Holiday Inn Liverpool - City Centre
Liverpool - City Centre Lime Street
Distance from Hotel:
1 MI/ 1.61 KM West
0.1 MI/ 0.16 KM
8 MI/ 12.87 KM
6 MI/ 9.66 KM
0.5 MI/ 0.8 KM
- The Royal Albert Dock
- Walker Art Gallery
- Liverpool Cathedral
- Cavern Club, Liverpool
- Aintree Racecourse, Liverpool
- Liverpool Football Club
- Tate Gallery
- Everton Football Club
- The Beatles Story
- Liverpool John Lennon Airport
- Arena and Convention Centre Liverpool
- Royal Birkdale Golf Course
- The World Museum
- Crosby Beach - Anthony Gorm
- Royal Liverpool Golf Club
Liverpool Cathedral is less than a mile from the hotel. Its grand Gothic arches are the widest in the world, and you can get a panoramic view across the city from the tower. The Hope Street Quarter, lined with well-preserved Georgian buildings, extends outward from the Cathedral. It's a busy, trendy district with great places to eat, from Asian fusion bistros to cosy cafés.
Liverpool is world-famous as the home town of The Beatles. Get the full story of the Fab Four at The Beatles Story exhibit on Albert Dock, while the Magical Mystery Tour takes you to Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields, and other local landmarks immortalised in their songs, with commentary from a Beatles expert. Round out the day with live music at The Cavern Club, where the band got their start.
The River Mersey is vital to Liverpool's history and culture, and its impressive waterfront skyline is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A Mersey Ferries cruise is a great way to take in riverside landmarks like the Liver Building, and view of the revived Albert Dock from the water. The dock is home of the city’s top museums and galleries, and when you disembark you can visit Tate Modern Liverpool.
The Baltic Triangle is one of Liverpool's coolest corners, a creative hub brimming with homegrown businesses. Foodies can find trendy pop-up snack bars and artisanal coffee shops here, and the tucked-away Botanical Garden is a great spot for an al fresco gin and tonic on a sunny day. At Baltic Social you can hang out with local artists and musicians, and tuck into a roast dinner on Sunday nights.