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Liverpool Hotels and Apartments
Hotels and Apartments in Liverpool
Whether you are visiting Liverpool for its historical attractions, love of football or sheer admiration for the Beatles, the city will live up to your expectations. Choose an accommodation that will add some extra charm to your Liverpool getaway and will keep you close to all the actions. The city boasts a plenty of hotels to choose from and you can easily find some of the best places to stay, which are close to the attractions, restaurants and shopping centres.
Some luxury hotels in Liverpool that are equipped with world-class amenities include Novotel Liverpool, Mercure Liverpool Atlantic Tower, The Richmond and Beech Mount Executive Accommodation, among others. You’ll get it all, from all-inclusive to half board hotels, self-catering home stays and economically priced hotels in Liverpool that will fit in to your idea of perfect abode. Luxury properties have the perks like free Wi-fi, full service spa and comfortable space to rest. If you’re looking for cheap hotels in Liverpool, Lord Nelson Hotel, Hanover Hotel and Epstein House can be some good choices.
Liverpool is officially the World Capital of Pop and is famous world-wide for its rich musical heritage. One of the England’s friendliest cities, Liverpool city continues to evolve and is trying to keep building its creative legacy.
The city is nestled in the northwest England, which is the meeting point of River Mersey and Irish Sea and is the fifth-largest metropolitan area in the UK. This former European capital of the culture is also famous for being the footballing epicentre and being the birthplace of Beatles. Apart from these, the city’s galleries, museums are amongst the best in the country. In 2004, the docklands and several areas of the historic centre were collectively designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. The city has lot many things to see and explore for every type tourist or traveller. So plan your Liverpool getaway to enjoy best of both the world. Accommodation in Liverpool are plenty from luxurious hotels to budget-friendly home stays to ensure visitors get what they want.
Where to stay
A maritime city in Northwest England, Liverpool is a popular city with holidaymakers looking for history, cultural attractions and relaxing gateway. Tourists visiting the city will find many luxury all-inclusive hotels to variety of economically priced properties, which caters to all taste and budget. The range of hotels in Liverpool are mostly nestled in City Centre, Toxteth, Albert Dock, and Price Dock.
If you’re on low cost city break to Liverpool, Albert Dock neighbourhood can be the best pick, as many budget-friendly yet spacious hotels, which offers views over the River Mersey. For homely comforts, there are many self-catering apartments in Liverpool in Toxteth area while Prince dock neighbourhood is where all plush hotels are situated with all deluxe amenities.
What to see
Visiting Liverpool? There is so much to do in the city that will amaze you! From being the birthplace of The Beatles, Cultural capital and the home to UNESCO world heritage site, the city boasts an extensive list of exclusive attractions that you can’t miss out on your Liverpool trip. Your UK city gateway is going to be wonderful in Liverpool where you can explore beautiful outdoor spaces, a proud sporting history, museums, galleries to cathedrals.
Visit Liverpool’s iconic landmark the Radio City Tower to enjoy 360-degree view of the city, know about the award-winning ‘The Beatles Story’, which is the world’s largest permanent exhibition devoted to Beatles Band. Also, discover the art of architecture at RIBA north, enjoy a ferry ride across the Mersey and plan a tour to the Anfield stadium to know about the club’s history. If you love open outdoor spaces, then a stroll through the Sefton park that has a wealth of things to explore which can be a perfect break for you.
Liverpool is known for its vibrant and cool nightlife and there are many excellent places to visit to enjoy it. The major hub of the city’s nightlife, Concert Square is popular for its face beats while the Seel Street’s laid back indie vibe, is truly mesmerizing, offering something for every taste. Other neighbourhoods where Liverpool’s best nightlife can be experienced are ropewalks, matthew street and rainbow quarter.
Many cool bars are located in the Baltic Triangle. You’ll find it all here from old-fashioned boozers to bright bistros that makes Liverpool's nightlife a great hit and helping to earn the reputation as being one of the UK's best night out destination. Apart from the bars and clubs, there are host of theatres, live music programs and entertainment venues so that you can party away the way you like it. Some top bars in the city includes Krazyhouse, Cream, Underground, o2 academy. Etc.
Wining and dining
The popular city is packed with some of the best restaurants, cool cafes and quirky bars, offering you a perfect opportunity to try out a diverse selection of cuisines and exotic drinks from around the world. Enjoy your food in a beautiful intimate surrounding in award winning restaurants and lively cafes that are sure to impress every type of foodie.
There are endless options for afternoon tea, a la carte, a few cocktails and a light snack, in the neighbourhoods like Bold street. Some cool restaurants where you can enjoy scrumptious local as well as international dishes are TriBeCa, Camp and Furnace, Almost Famous, Oh Me Oh My, Saffron, Da Mount Gurkha etc. From extravagant and Liverpool favourites, there are plenty of hidden eating out joints that will tickle your taste buds.
Shopping in Liverpool
No holiday to Liverpool is complete without taking a day out for enjoying a great shopping experience in the city. The city is home to UK’s favourite department stores – John Lewis and Debenhams apart from the popular high street brands like Zara, Victoria’s Secret, Hollister etc. Literally, Liverpool has an amazing collection of every possible store that you can imagine, catering to all taste and budget.
Whether you’re a shopaholic or casual shopper, the gleaming new city centre shopping stores and farmer’s markets will lure you with its range of products. The shopping district, Liverpool ONE, which is located close to the iconic waterfront is an open-air shopping market, offering 170 stores, bars and restaurants, including the only Beauty Bazaar Harvey Nichols in the country. Some of the best shopping venues you can’t miss out on your Liverpool holiday includes Cass Art Liverpool, Clayton square shopping centre, Wayfarers shopping arcade, Lord street and Southport market.