Liverpool is an exciting and diverse English city, and it has an exciting and diverse hotel collection to match. There are more than 100 Liverpool hotels to choose from and hotels in Liverpool occupy every lodging style imaginable -- from Beetles-themed hostels to plush luxury high-rises, and just about everything in between. Wondering where to stay in Liverpool? Hotels are clustered downtown and along the waterfront, but are spread across the outer business district into residential areas, and more Liverpool accommodations dot the countryside. Like the rest of England, Liverpool lodging is not particularly cheap, though places to stay in Liverpool do offer bargains at times. Liverpool hotel deals are most easily found during the off season. Prices for lodging in Liverpool definitely go up in the summer tourist high season, holiday periods, and during festivals. Since many international chain hotels may have high prices, look into alternative Liverpool lodging options, such as apart hotels, serviced apartments, bed and breakfast inns, and private homes for rent. To learn more about this fascinating English city, visit Minube. Also on Minube, you can read reviews from travelers who have already been to Liverpool and shared their recollections. On Minube you can search for Liverpool hotels deals by date and neighborhood.
Finding a hotel in Liverpool on the day of a Real Madrid game is no easy task, but we ended up staying at the Britannia Adelphi Hotel. This is a fairly old hotel, know for its spectacular exterior and exceptional location. Liverpool is a very small town, and the hotel is only a 2 minute walk from the train station and 5 minutes from the shopping areas. As a hotel, I think it has had better moments, but it's not bad for a three star. It has all the amenities you'd expect (except wi-fi, that's true), and at least you can get some rest. Be careful though, because you can't check in until early afternoon, but they leave you a space for your luggage if needed.
This hotel is just great, especially for young travelers on a budget. Inexpensive and hospitable, the hotel lobby comes complete with a pool table and games. You can cook in a common area, with food you buy yourself. There is of course a great pasta place on the ground floor. A continental breakfast is included in the price. It's really a nice place where you can easily meet people from all over the world, and have a great time for really cheap!
Good place for a group trip...very centrally located and cheap. We stayed in a room for five with a separate bathroom. Everything was nice and clean, and the only drawback was that the heating didn't work and the breakfast was a bit scarce and you had to make it yourself.
The Hostel Liverpool YHA is strategically located close to all the main sights in Liverpool: Albert Dock, the Beatles Museum, The Cavern Club, and many others. You can really go just about anywhere on foot. One of the things that set this hostel apart is that all the rooms are spacious and all have private bathrooms. The breakfast is wonderful with plenty of options and the staff very helpful and willing to give you all the information you need to enjoy your stay in Liverpool. Without doubt, it's the best hostel I've ever stayed in.
These apartments are on Mount Pleasant St., home of Liverpool's trendiest bars and restaurants, and is just a few minutes walk from the Lime Street station. The hotel offers free wi-fi throughout the building and has a modern interior design that meshes well with the modern look of the city. All of the apartments are elegantly furnished and have a TV and DVD player.
The Liner Hotel is in Liverpool, UK. It is strategically located, just 200mts from the center. There's 24-hour reception and a safe to store your valuables. The staff can give good tourist advice, and the rooms are comfortable and clean.
The Campanile Liverpool Hotel is 7.5 miles from John Lennon Airport and offers on-site parking. There are facilities for playing tennis within five miles of the hotel. The hotel has 100 rooms and handicapped access.
The Dolby Hotel is located a 10-minute walk from the city centre and is well-connected to the airport (line 500 stops right outside). It's not exactly a luxury hotel and the rooms and bathrooms are not very large, but it's clean and the staff is friendly. It also has restaurant.
Best Western Alicia Hotel (Liverpool, UK) is located only a few feet from downtown Liverpool and Sefton Park. It offers good-quality lodging near the main highways. It a 3-star hotel with 41 rooms and a restaurant, bar, 24 hour reception, garden, non-smoking rooms, place to drop off your baggage. It's gay-friendly and the entire hotel is non-smoking.
The Airport Apartments at Liverpool Airport (Liverpool, UK) have 18 apartments spread over three floors, all decorated in a stylish, modern way with wooden floors, TVs, DVD players, hair dryers, safes, tea/coffee machines, microwaves, and fridges.They also have good breakfast and speedy check out. There's a supermarket nearby and paid parking as well.
The Malmaison Hotel Liverpool is well-known for its unique architecture. This is the tenth hotel run by the Malmaison family, and each of its rooms is faithfully decorated in a particular style. You have all the usual amenities for a comfortable stay. The service is fast and personal.
The hotel is located in Liverpool, England, just 2 miles from the Walker Art Gallery, 2.5 miles from Albert Dock, and only 7 miles from Liverpool John Lennon Airport. It offers daily housekeeping and a parking lot. Rooms have separate living areas and dining tables with chairs. The decoration is contemporary, with modern kitchen appliances ,microwaves, and refrigerators.