3 Feb 2020 - 4 Feb 2020

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Whether you're a fan of the Fab Four or footie, you can explore Merseyside for less with our excellent hotel deals in Liverpool.

Music, history and Irish heritage: discover it all from Liverpool hotels

With a strong Irish heritage, Liverpool has been nicknamed "the real capital of Ireland" (and you thought it was just Cork and Dublin who fought over that title). Over the past decade Liverpool has gone through a regeneration process, with the rejuvenated Albert Dock area boasting some of Liverpool's best boutique hotels and restaurants and the Liverpool One shopping centre adding a glitzy finish to the high street. Historic attractions, like the domineering Liverpool Cathedral and the famous Cavern Club, are worth a visit as is the city's impressive museums (particularly the Merseyside Maritime Museum).

Where to stay in Liverpool: a quick neighbourhood guide

You won't have much trouble finding Liverpool hotels in the city centre. There are lots of accommodation options in downtown Liverpool, ranging from boutique spa hotels and backpacker hostels to quirky Beatles themed hotels. If you like a room with a watery view, check out Liverpool hotels near Albert Dock. There are lots of big chains in this part of town, which is known for its converted red brick warehouses. In the past they would have held cargo ready to set sail for America, but today they're home to bars, restaurants and art galleries. Princes Dock, which is overlooked by the Liver Building, also has a good range of Liverpool hotels. This luxurious part of town is home to hotels with swimming pools and spas, perfect for a relaxed city break in Liverpool.

Hotels near Anfield and other attractions

Liverpool hotels near Anfield are super handy if you're heading over to watch the football. The stadium is a on the outskirts of the city, so you're more likely to find hotels with parking – perfect if you're planning to hire a car in Liverpool. When the final whistle blows, use your motor to explore nearby attractions like the Peak District National Park (80 minutes' drive). Hotels in Merseyside make a great base for discovering the English countryside, and are great for day trips into Manchester as well as Liverpool.

Styles of accommodation in Liverpool

Like all English cities, Liverpool has a diverse range of accommodation available. Hotels are often set inside Liverpool's gorgeous Victorian buildings, which have been converted into five star luxury hotels as well as into offbeat backpacker hostels. Liverpool is home to a number of themed hotels, with some focussing on art and others on the city's most famous sons: The Beatles. Modern chain hotels can be found in Liverpool's docklands, often in contemporary purpose-built buildings. Head out of the city centre and you'll find Liverpool golf resorts and spa hotels, offering the perfect balance between a city break and a laid-back countryside soujourn.

Exploring Liverpool from your city centre hotel

Liverpool has a small but perfectly formed metro line for dotting about between your hotel and the city's top attractions. This has four underground stops (Lime Street lower level, Liverpool Central, Moorfields and James Street) which cover most of the ground in the city. It's also easy to get around by bus: the main stations are at Liverpool ONE and Queen Square. If you book accommodation in Liverpool city centre, you'll find most of the major attractions within walking distance.

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charles mc gann
charles mc gann

what a wonderfull city ,super people and a real kick ass destination,music ,sites to see,shopping and a really great city .

Anne Lowrey
Anne LowreySan Francisco

There's lots to do and see in Manchester, but it's a quick one-hour trip (or less) to get to Liverpool -- a vibrant city I highly recommend visiting too if you've got the time.

Kevin Picholo
Kevin PicholoFoster City

I took a train from Manchester to Liverpool for a day trip and walked around the city for about 4 hours. Got to see the bar where Beatles originated.

Callum Soukup-Croy
Callum Soukup-CroyGlasgow

A really exciting and vibrant city, Liverpool has some great bars and restaurants to entertain younger visitors. However there is plenty to do for history buffs as well with some fantastic museums such as the World Museum and The Museum of Liverpool in the impressively designed waterfront building. Two amazing cathedrals round out the sights in this dynamic city.


The least expensive month is January, with an average of €103 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Liverpool is April, with an average price of €127 per night.
The average price of a hotel in January last year was €120 per night. This is the same as the average nightly price seen over the previous 12 months.
In Liverpool, the expected average temperature in January is 5.4°C/41.7°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 21.2°C/70.2°F. The coolest month is December, with temperatures averaging 2.0°C/35.6°F.
The nearest airport to Liverpool is Liverpool (LPL) (11.55km). Other nearby airports include: Manchester (47.76km)

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