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Liverpool, England, United Kingdom
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Britannia Adelphi Hotel
Britannia Adelphi Hotel
5.7 Okay
Ranelagh Place, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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1.0 km from city centre, Liverpool 
OkayBased on 17,188 reviews
5.7

Located within a 10-minute walk of Queen Square Bus Station, Adelphi Hotel & Spa is a convenient base when in Liverpool. It is conveniently situated in the city centre.

Mercure Liverpool Atlantic Tower Hotel
Mercure Liverpool Atlantic Tower Hotel
7.7 Good
30 Chapel Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.3 km from city centre, Liverpool 
GoodBased on 7,866 reviews
7.7

Set in the heart of the city, Mercure Liverpool Atlantic Tower offers easy access to Liverpool's main sightseeing and retail areas. It also features a roof terrace with water views.

The Z Hotel Liverpool
The Z Hotel Liverpool
8.5 Excellent
2 North John Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.2 km from city centre, Liverpool 
ExcellentBased on 5,730 reviews
8.5

Only two minutes from The Cavern Club, The Z Hotel Liverpool is centrally located in Liverpool. Surrounded by local bars and restaurants, it is within walking distance from Queen Square Bus Station.

Jurys Inn Liverpool
Jurys Inn Liverpool
8.3 Excellent
No. 31 Keel Wharf, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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1.2 km from city centre, Liverpool 
ExcellentBased on 9,363 reviews
8.3

The hotel provides relaxed accommodation in Liverpool and is a few minutes on foot from Liverpool One Bus Station. It is steps from Albert Dock, restaurants and nightlife options.

Crowne Plaza Liverpool City Centre
Crowne Plaza Liverpool City Centre
8.7 Excellent
2 St Nicholas Place, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.4 km from city centre, Liverpool 
ExcellentBased on 4,234 reviews
8.7

Commanding views of River Mersey and Royal Liver Building, Crowne Plaza Liverpool City Centre is near Liverpool's well-known landmarks. It is conveniently located in the city centre.

Radisson Blu Hotel, Liverpool
Radisson Blu Hotel, Liverpool
7.8 Good
107 Old Hall Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.4 km from city centre, Liverpool 
GoodBased on 5,732 reviews
7.8

Conveniently situated, Radisson Blu Hotel Liverpool allows for easy access to Liverpool's best tourist attractions. Guests also have exclusive access to the ARK and ARK Spa and Fitness Centre.

Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre
Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre
8.5 Excellent
One Queen Square, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.7 km from city centre, Liverpool 
ExcellentBased on 1,601 reviews
8.5

Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre is situated amongst Liverpool's popular restaurants and eateries, just a short stroll from Queen Square Bus Station. It also offers a Jacuzzi, a private beach and a sauna.

Hampton by Hilton Liverpool John Lennon Airport Hotel
Hampton by Hilton Liverpool John Lennon Airport Hotel
8.2 Excellent
No 1 Speke Hall Avenue, Speke, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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12.0 km from city centre, Liverpool 
ExcellentBased on 2,969 reviews
8.2

Conveniently located minutes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, the hotel provides modern accommodation in Liverpool. It also features meeting rooms, 24-hour room service and a 24-hour reception.

Hotel Indigo Liverpool
Hotel Indigo Liverpool
8.6 Excellent
10 Chapel Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.2 km from city centre, Liverpool 
ExcellentBased on 4,097 reviews
8.6

Strategically located in the middle of the city, this 4-star hotel makes for an excellent base in Liverpool. It is moments from Liverpool Town Hall, restaurants and nightlife options.

Hard Days Night Hotel
Hard Days Night Hotel
8.2 Excellent
41 North John Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.4 km from city centre, Liverpool 
ExcellentBased on 4,116 reviews
8.2

Hard Days Night Hotel is situated conveniently in Liverpool and is within walking distance of Liverpool One Bus Station. It is set in the area's popular nightlife district, just a short walk from Liverpool Town Hall and Liverpool One.

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Cheapest month:July
Most expensive month:October
Average price in Liverpool:€125/night
Cheapest price found:€22/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Saturday
€94 - €174
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€71 - €197
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About Liverpool

Liverpool loves to boast about its favourite sons, The Beatles, and there’s even a yellow submarine standing proudly outside the city’s John Lennon International Airport. But this vibrant northern city isn’t just about the “Fab Four”. It’s an unmissable journey into urban England, where the attractions are both exemplars of modern pop culture and symbols to past glory. It’s all wrapped in an easy to explore package, with great public transport and some of the UK’s most welcoming and enthusiastic locals.

Liverpool Europe’s 2008 Capital of Culture and the city centre is awash with heritage buildings, most notably those around Albert Dock. This is all protected as the World Heritage Maritime Mercantile City, a celebration of when Liverpool was one of the world’s most important ports. Many of the buildings have been converted into free museums, and Liverpool has more museums than any city in the UK outside London. Those with only a day in the city shouldn’t miss the World Museum, Merseyside Maritime Museum, and International Slavery Museum, all found around Albert Dock.

Other outstanding buildings include Liverpool Town Hall, The Cunard Building, Port of Liverpool Building, Victoria Gallery, and Liverpool Cathedral, England’s largest place of worship. A contract to the dominant Victorian style is the neoclassical St George’s Hall. Like most of Liverpool, all these attractions are free to visit. The favourite attraction for most visitors is the famous band from the 1960s, with the Beatles Story museum as a natural first stop. A Magical Mystery Tour relives the life and times of the band, visiting their working class terraced homes and stopping at legendary places from the songs, like Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields. These are usually seen on a guided tour, but visitors can also use public transport to see the attractions.

John Lennon International Airport is a few kilometres outside the city centre, and regular buses are available. Taxis can be found next to the yellow submarine. From Liverpool Lime Street there are long-distance and local trains, although those heading south by train will probably need to change in nearby Manchester. Liverpool is compact enough to explore on foot, and the attractions are exceptionally signposted. Tourist information offices are found at Liverpool Lime Street and Albert Dock.

The Cavern Club is the perfect way to end a day in Liverpool. This dungeon bar is where The Beatles played their first gig and little has changed. Cover acts recite the classics all day and into a hard day’s night.

Liverpool travel FAQs

Liverpool loves to boast about its favourite sons, The Beatles, and there’s even a yellow submarine standing proudly outside the city’s John Lennon International Airport. But this vibrant northern city isn’t just about the “Fab Four”. It’s an unmissable journey into urban England, where the attractions are both exemplars of modern pop culture and symbols to past glory. It’s all wrapped in an easy to explore package, with great public transport and some of the UK’s most welcoming and enthusiastic locals.

Liverpool Europe’s 2008 Capital of Culture and the city centre is awash with heritage buildings, most notably those around Albert Dock. This is all protected as the World Heritage Maritime Mercantile City, a celebration of when Liverpool was one of the world’s most important ports. Many of the buildings have been converted into free museums, and Liverpool has more museums than any city in the UK outside London. Those with only a day in the city shouldn’t miss the World Museum, Merseyside Maritime Museum, and International Slavery Museum, all found around Albert Dock.

Other outstanding buildings include Liverpool Town Hall, The Cunard Building, Port of Liverpool Building, Victoria Gallery, and Liverpool Cathedral, England’s largest place of worship. A contract to the dominant Victorian style is the neoclassical St George’s Hall. Like most of Liverpool, all these attractions are free to visit. The favourite attraction for most visitors is the famous band from the 1960s, with the Beatles Story museum as a natural first stop. A Magical Mystery Tour relives the life and times of the band, visiting their working class terraced homes and stopping at legendary places from the songs, like Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields. These are usually seen on a guided tour, but visitors can also use public transport to see the attractions.

John Lennon International Airport is a few kilometres outside the city centre, and regular buses are available. Taxis can be found next to the yellow submarine. From Liverpool Lime Street there are long-distance and local trains, although those heading south by train will probably need to change in nearby Manchester. Liverpool is compact enough to explore on foot, and the attractions are exceptionally signposted. Tourist information offices are found at Liverpool Lime Street and Albert Dock.

The Cavern Club is the perfect way to end a day in Liverpool. This dungeon bar is where The Beatles played their first gig and little has changed. Cover acts recite the classics all day and into a hard day’s night.

  • What are the best hotels in Liverpool?

    Mercure Liverpool Atlantic Tower Hotel is a very popular hotel in Liverpool, with a score of 7.7 from 7,870 reviews. The Z Hotel Liverpool (8.5 from 5,730 reviews) and Jurys Inn Liverpool (8.3 from 9,346 reviews) are also highly rated Liverpool hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.

  • What is a good hotel near Liverpool City Centre?

    A good hotel close to Liverpool City Centre is Mercure Liverpool Atlantic Tower Hotel (rated 7.7/10 from 7,870 reviews).

  • What is a good hotel in Liverpool near Liverpool ONE?

    Mercure Liverpool Atlantic Tower Hotel is the most recommended hotel near Liverpool ONE on HotelsCombined (scoring 7.7 over 7,870 reviews).

  • Is there a good hotel near Albert Dock?

    If you’re visiting Albert Dock then the nearby Mercure Liverpool Atlantic Tower Hotel is a popular hotel with HotelsCombined users (7,870 reviews scoring it at an average 7.7/10).

  • How much do hotels in Liverpool cost?

    Hotels in Liverpool cost an average of €297/night according to HotelsCombined data in the last 72 hours. A 4- or 5-star hotel in Liverpool had higher average prices of €268/night and €415/night, respectively.

  • How much is a cheap hotel in Liverpool?

    HotelsCombined users have found cheap hotels in Liverpool starting from €21 per night in the last 3 days. Prices for this weekend in Liverpool start from €95 per night when checking in on 20 May and out on 22 May.

  • How much is a hotel in Liverpool tonight?

    Liverpool hotels start at €31 for tonight; however, the average price of accommodation is about €157. Many 4-star stays can be found in Liverpool tonight, with prices starting at €63. These prices were found on HotelsCombined within the last 72 hours.