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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 11447 reviews
A super night
By Chr1sG
We stopped here as it was about halfway between Dorset and our destination in the west of Scotland and we had started late to miss traffic hold-ups through road-works, getting here about 2230. It [More] was easy to find from the M6 and we were pleasantly surprised by everything! One of the most comfortable beds ever. And the breakfast was excellent too. [Less]
Overnight stop
By MrsJG
Very comfortable and value for money stay. Ideal for us as we were only staying overnight and easy access to M6. [Less]
Great
By Zippyotter2
very friendly service, pleasant greeting, lovely food but the eating area is a bit too small for the number of people using it I think. Would definitely stay here again [Less]
Great Hotel in the wrong place
By Paul 1962
Avoid at the moment because of the roadworks The hotel was great but difficult to find with the Bridge works. [Less]
good business bolt hole
By JonM1973
easy to find, parking good, team good, food good beer local. clean rooms, ok gym [Less]
A good nights sleep!
By Nodger
great friendly staff who all seem to go that extra bit to help anyone around them, reasonable choice from menu to fulfill most needs with a courteous service, great facilities in house which I never [More] managed to use due to time but I'm sure for a more leisurable stay these would be most appreciated. had two weddings in one day whilst there but neither seemed to distract or bother other guests which was a surprise but well organised by the hotel! [Less]
nice hotel
By ericka656
Easy stay - nice area for lounge/bar service and breakfast. Dinner in the restaurant did not have enough vegetarian options then found more in the bar afterwards.. a consistent menu would have been [More] more practical. The room-service is average and they do not bring change/card machine or receipt with them so ask for this when placing the order. Staff otherwise are incredibly friendly and the bed's are lovely. [Less]
Our stay at Ellesmere Port
By Welshfargo
We stayed at this Holiday Inn on the 11th and 16th of September. Both visits were very comfortable and the staff were very helpful and pleasant. Both our evening dinner and breakfast were very well [More] presented and very good value for money. We will certainly recommend the hotel to family and friends and look forward to our next visit. [Less]
Beautiful location
By Lynn2121
The location of this hotel is beautiful. Started off with a walk by the canal. coffee overlooking the canal. A meal in a nearby restaurant followed by drinks in the hotel. Although we did not eat [More] there, the food looked really good and smelt delicious. The room was spacious and the bathroom spotless. We would definitely go back. Lynn from Durham [Less]

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