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Liverpool Boutique Hotels

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As the birthplace of a number of iconic bands -- Gerry & the Pacemakers, Frankie Goes to Hollywood and, oh yeah, The Beatles -- Liverpool has long been recognized as one of the world's top musical incubators. However, its status as a port city has also fashioned Liverpool into a diverse destination, imbuing the city with a host of intriguing cultural, artistic and dining options. Stay at one of our distinctive boutique hotels in Liverpool and you'll be ideally placed to explore all this vibrant city has to offer.

In terms of British cities, Liverpool didn't become a major player until the 19th century, when transatlantic trade became a main economic driver. Not surprisingly given its role as a crossroads for innovations and ideas as well as goods, the city has given rise to a number of important firsts, and even pioneered the world's first skyscraper. Explore this fascinating history and more at the World Museum Liverpool, the Merseyside Maritime Museum, and the International Slavery Museum. Or, for a review of more contemporary pop culture history, a tour of the Beatles Story or a modern art or dance performance at the Bluecoat are just the place to head.

While you're on your art kick, the Victoria Gallery and Museum, Sudley House, the Static Gallery, the Tate Liverpool and the Wolstenhome Creative Space are sure to satisfy, boasting fine collections of historical, folk and contemporary art. Alternatively, taking a stroll past the Royal Liver Building, St. George's Hall, the Liverpool Cathedral, Princes Road Synagogue will provide an excellent look at the city's varied architectural history, from Greco-Roman facades to Gothic and Moorish building styles.

Fans of Downton Abbey will enjoy getting their outdoor fix at Croxteth Hall and Country Park, a once vast estate with ample grounds and historical buildings to explore. And of course, for sports aficionados, catching an Everton or Liverpool football (soccer) game is a must, as they are two of the most respected, popular and storied teams in the sport today.

While in town, you won't want to miss the opportunity sneak in a little retail therapy. Situated in the heart of London, the Metquarter provides all of the high end brands you could wish for, while the Bluecoat will provide a little more quirk for your retail adventures. The relatively new Liverpool One is also not to be missed, with three levels of shopping and entertainment.

As the lights go down, choose from diverse cuisine offerings in the particularly bopping City Centre, Lark Lane and Seel Street areas. Pizza, noodle spots, and eclectic Asian offerings all abound, as do a surplus of classic pubs serving fish and chips. Once you've dined, choose from theaters, comedy venues, and music clubs for a lively evening. The Liverpool Empire Theatre and Philharmonic Orchestra Hall are always bound to have something good on, but you're much more likely to discover the next John Lennon in a tucked away club.

Liverpool is well connected to the rest of the UK via boat, train, bus and air. Guarantee a friendly greeting once you debark by booking into a boutique hotel in Liverpool. With world class amenities, well-appointed rooms and a staff that aims to please, you'll have the trip of a lifetime when you book today.



Latest Liverpool Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Liverpool Hotel
(4.3 / 5) of 10171 reviews
Great hotel
By Congleton bear
Great stay, breakfast area a bit crushed but it was OK [Less]
Great over-night stay
By JMG3
The room was excellent and well-equipped. The bed was clean and comfortable. I would have liked a bath but there was only a shower. No rush as check-out time was generous. There was no vegetarian [More] option at breakfast and the toast machine was not working properly. However, food was good, hot and well presented. Thoroughly good value for money (we had late booking discount) and we will definitely use this hotel again. [Less]
Clean, comfortable hotel, and lovely staff
By paulapad
I stayed here with my 2 children. We were looked after very well by the staff, who were all friendly and attentive. We loved the buffet breakfast - lots of choice. The hotel was clean and comfortable. [Less]
great service 7 Hotel
By photopix
Holiday Inn Bolton all ways good value for money, in centre of the town handy for shops etc [Less]
bathroom NOT suitable for disabled
By AMRAT
although there were handle bars and easy wheelchair access in and out of the bathroom, THE TIOLET SEAT WAS VERY VERY LOW AND BATH TUB NOT SUITABLE FOR PERSON LIKE ME WHO HAS WALKING DIFFICULTY. [More] COULD NOT GET IN AND OUT. YOU SHOULD CONSIDER INSTALLING WALK IN SHOWER WITH FOLDING SEAT. [Less]
Not Quite a Celebration
By Alexander13
Parked up easily on the upper car park, on check when the receptionist asked if we had plans for dinner and then looked at me oddly when I mentioned if we could have the bottle of Prosecco with our [More] evening meal. I than I realised we may have a problem. We went to our room on the 2nd floor and it was fine nicely decorated, clean and good size bathroom but we had booked the Celebration Package and there was no Prosecco or chocolates waiting for us. I had noted the bar was offering a happy hour so sent hubby down to clarify things and bring back a drink. Again Receptionist was lovely and quickly resolved the matter stating the fizz would be available with the evening meal along with the chcos. It was a surprise therefore when at 7pm we got a knock on the door with a gentleman offering us the chocolates. The meal as always was outstanding in the restaurant as were the staff. We love the hotel and will be back but it is a bit off putting having the confusion. [Less]
Weekend Stay
By davec72
Regularly use Holiday Inn Hoylake when visiting family in the area. As always the hotel was clean, comfortable and friendly. Thoroughly recommended. [Less]
Great service Great location
We have stayed at the Holiday Inn Hoylake on many occasions and it has always been perfect. [Less]
Easy going
By Ibilux
the hotel is welcoming, clean and fresh and has a liveliness about it but not noisy. [Less]

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