Hotels in Liverpool
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4-star Liverpool hotels from £440
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Museums, shops, bars, football, music – Liverpool is a mecca for lovers of culture and art.
A key trading port since the 1700s, Liverpool is a city rich with history, some of which can be seen on display at the Merseyside Maritime Museum and the Liverpool Museum. Although the city takes great pride in its history, Liverpool is also thoroughly modern. The warehouses of the old Albert Dock have now been converted into shops, apartments and restaurants and there is also a Beatles museum.
Where to explore?
The city caters for all types of visitor, with budget city centre hotels as well as top-class five-star hotels and luxury hotels.
With a great selection of Liverpool hotels to choose from you can always find somewhere to suit, though the city’s year-round popularity means you’ll have to plan ahead if you want to secure the best deals. This will be especially true if you visit during a major sporting event such as the Grand National, which takes place at the Aintree racecourse, or when Liverpool are playing at Anfield.
What to see?
You’ll wish you had “eight days a week” when you attempt to pack in the attractions of lively Liverpool.
You could certainly call Liverpool’s list of attractions diverse. From a look at the world’s biggest band to modern art, maritime monuments and religious buildings – you’ll never be bored in this exciting city.
You can’t visit the city without taking a trip across its famous river. Book a 50-minute cruise to get the best views of Liverpool’s iconic waterfront, while listening to a talk about its history.
There is much to see and do in Liverpool, no matter what time of year you choose to take your break.
This cultured city features an impressive line-up of events, with the following annual highlights always expected to fill the hotels in Liverpool city centre; book early during these times.