We have 5 Liverpool hotels, including city centre locations and a hotel on the bustling Albert Dock, so whatever the nature of your visit we can put you up close to the action!
Liverpool was the 2008 Capital of Culture, shaking off stiff competition from Oxford, Bristol, Birmingham, Newcastle and Cardiff. This accolade was, in part, down to its art and museum scene. The city is home to the International Slavery Museum, the Lady Lever Art Gallery, the Maritime Museum, the Walker Gallery and the Museum of Liverpool.
Football fans are spoilt for choice too. Both Liverpool and Everton football clubs play their Premier League football at Anfield and Goodison Park respectively. And if a day at the races is more your thing, you might choose to treat yourself to a day at Aintree. The world famous racecourse, most well known for hosting the annual Grand National race each April, also hosts 5 other race days during the year. See if you can time your visit to clash with one.
If you fancy a bit of retail therapy, St John’s Shopping Centre may be just what you’re looking for. You’ll find it right in the city centre and boasting over 100 different retailers. There are also plenty of shops to choose from at leisure complex, Liverpool One. We’ve got Liverpool hotels within very easy reach of both for shopaholics!
If you’ve any energy left after a day enjoying the city, then you should make time to sample the nightlife. Craft beer and real ale lovers will thoroughly enjoy the city’s traditional pubs including Thomas Rigby’s and the Fly in the Loaf. If you’ve a head for heights, Panoramic 34 can offer cocktails and a view over the city from its 34th floor West Tower premises. If you can handle a late night, you’ll be able to choose from Liverpool’s many night clubs.
Getting to Liverpool is simple from the M62 and M57 motorways. Its train stations also connect the city with Manchester, London and Birmingham directly, amongst others. Liverpool John Lennon airport services national flights too.
If you’re tempted by the bustling nightlife, cultural brilliance and sporting prowess of the 2008 Capital of Culture, stay in one of our superb Liverpool hotels right in the heart of the action.
Hotel Indigo Liverpool is situated a stone’s throw away from the vibrant waterfront area, close to Liverpool Lime Street Station. You can enjoy spacious bedrooms, warm service and modern facilities, including invigorating spa-inspired rain fall shower, iPod docking station and free Wi-Fi. Why not enjoy a delicious meal or relax with a cocktail in our Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill?
Discover the beat of Liverpool at Crowne Plaza Liverpool City Centre. Liverpool's most successful football team, play at Anfield Stadium less than 3 miles away. The BT Convention Centre, The Echo Arena, Liverpool One and the Beatles’ Museum are all less than a mile away along the waterfront.
Ideally located in the heart of the City Centre and is directly opposite Lime Street main line station. All hotel bedrooms fully refurbished to high standard in 2014. In Liverpool's historical St. George's Quarter, next to the wonderful St. George's Hall and five minutes’ walk from Liverpool One retail and entertainment district.
Book a Suite at Staybridge Suites Liverpool and enjoy a comfortable home-from-home with tiered rates, so the longer you stay, the less you pay. We welcome guests for 1 night or 1 year or more, but our cheapest rates are available to those staying over 28 days.
Crowne Plaza Liverpool-John Lennon Airport's Ambassador Suite offers extra space and luxury over 2 floors. Beatles memorabilia complements the Suite's original Art Deco features, and you can relax with drinks on the veranda overlooking the runway where the Fab Four took off.
Marco's New York Italian Restaurant developed by Marco Pierre White encompasses his passion for excellent food in relaxed surroundings, is a unique added extra to the Holiday Inn Express. Specialising in a wide variety of Italian classics and New York American inspired dishes, Marco's has been a huge success since its opening.
The National Waterways Museum brings together a unique fleet of historic boats with rich collections and archives to tell the story of Britains canals and waterways. The historic docks at Ellesmere Port provide the perfect setting.
With its stunning location on the banks of the Mersey and the Manchester Ship Canal, extensive in-door displays, boat trips and historic buildings.