Experience the urban buzz of Liverpool with our wide range of Liverpool hotels, which bring the airport, train stations, lively waterfront, and city center all within your grasp.
Located in northwestern England and bounded by the Irish Sea and the River Mersey, Liverpool has been an important British city since the Middle Ages. It came to special prominence during the 19th century when its status as a major trading port led to an explosion in wealth, expansion, and technological innovation. Once a rival to London itself in reach and influence, Liverpudlians still like to highlight its beautiful architecture, creative music tradition, and sporting spirit.
Visitors to Liverpool can expect to experience an energizing range of architectural landmarks, with thousands of historic buildings spanning centuries of habitation. In addition to grandly impressive civic buildings such as the Liverpool Town Hall, the waterfront at Albert Dock brings the beating heart of Liverpool’s maritime past to life. Also on the Mersey waterfront is Pier Head, where a trio of spectacular buildings known as “The Three Graces” were constructed to house some of the largest names in shipping and industry at the turn of the last century.
Dubbed a World Capital City of Pop due to its most famous musical exports, Liverpool honors that tradition today with a thriving nightlife scene, the annual Liverpool International Music Festival, and, of course, The Beatles Story museum at Albert Dock. Liverpool is no slouch when it comes to rarefied culture, either, with branches of the National Museum and the Tate Modern Art Museum.
Indulge in a little retail therapy with a visit to the splashy Liverpool ONE center downtown, which features a plethora of shops and entertainment. The swanky Metquarter and Cavern Walks offer luxury brands in a luxurious setting, while funky Lark Lane is known for its vintage finds and teeming street markets. For fresh produce, head across the river to Wirral and browse a fine selection of farmers’ markets.
Soccer fans will love Liverpool, which holds not one, but two, of the most successful English teams of all time. Get your cheering section together and catch the Liverpool Football Club at Anfield or the Everton Football Club at Goodison Park. When the two teams go head to head, it’s known as the Merseyside Derby, and emotions run high on both sides.
Liverpool’s Lime Street Station features rail connections to major cities across the U.K., and its port provides ferry services across the Irish Sea. The Liverpool John Lennon Airport jets passengers to destinations throughout Europe. While inside the city limits, find your way around on the busy Merseyrail service.
Hit the right note during your stay in Liverpool by selecting one of our Liverpool hotels. Our comfortable rooms, fantastic values, and convenient locations mean that you’ll be perfectly poised to experience the best of the city and all it has to offer.
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 is Liverpool former Speke Airport, which dates back to 1933. Art Deco in design but now with a modern twist. Come and marvel at our vintage aircrafts out on the former apron, and hear the stories of when the Beatles famously landed here after conquering the music scene in USA back in 1965. The hotel is superb choice for leisure/corporate stays & events.
Enjoy free Wi-Fi in your bedroom, meet colleagues in the Great Room. Take advantage of our breakfast for no extra charge in the restaurant. And don't forget, the animal kingdom is on your doorstep at Knowsley Safari Park. The Holiday Inn Liverpool-Knowsley family package includes tickets for 2 adults and 2 children.
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.
Excellent stay at this hotel. Always something different about the Indigo Hotels. Food excellent at the the restaurant for both dinner and breakfast. Only down for us was no goose down pillows which[More]
we are used to at home but you can't have everything. Would recommend hotel for it's location - ideal for everything you would need to do in Liverpool. [Less]
Good hotel. Very clean if a little tired. The local friendly staff were very helpful and were willing to assist.The bar area had a nice atmosphere and the prices were reasonable The Internet[More]
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