Hotels in Liverpool

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About Liverpool

How can I find hotels in Liverpool?

Located on the banks of the River Mersey, Liverpool is a historic city in North West England. The home of the Beatles, two world-famous football teams, and a bustling port, the city is steeped in history. Liverpool was also the port of registry for many of the 20th century's greatest ocean liners - including RMS Titanic. The city centre is one of the most recognisable in the UK. The famous stone Liver Birds greet ships as they enter the city's docks area. The area was granted World Heritage Status by UNESCO in 2004 because of its cultural significance. Liverpool is also a centre for sporting excellence. Not only is the city home to two Premier League football teams, but it's also the home of Aintree Racecourse - where the Grand National horse race is staged every year. Today, the city is the seventh most visited in the UK and thanks to Opodo, you can find the perfect hotel in Liverpool. Search by area, number of rooms, number of guests or various other criteria to find great hotel deals in Liverpool. 

What must I see in Liverpool?

Find the right hotel in Liverpool, and you can enjoy some of the city's most loved attractions. Liverpool has a longstanding affinity with music. Home to The Beatles, several areas of the city are in some way connected to the Fab Four. But a great place to start is The Beatles Story Museum on the Albert Docks. Just a short walk away is the Tate Liverpool which is home to a range of contemporary artworks. Liverpool has a strong connection to sport and the city's most iconic sporting location is Anfield, home of Liverpool F.C. Here you can learn about the famous club's history by taking the official stadium tour. Nearby is Goodison Park - the home of Everton F.C. Located in the south of the city is Sefton Park. This beautiful park enjoys Grade I listed status, thanks in part to the stunning Victorian Palm House. Close by you'll find waterfalls, walkways, caves and beautifully maintained lawns - making it the perfect place for a relaxing family day out. You can get a spectacular view of the entire city with a trip up Radio City Tower. Standing at more than 130 metres tall, the tower offers panoramic views of Liverpool and Merseyside. Keep an eye out for the famous Royal Liver Building. Another iconic structure is Liverpool Cathedral, which is a 20th-century structure that boasts the world's highest and widest Gothic arches. If you're looking for a little retail therapy, there's no better place for shopping than Bold Street. You'll find everything from leading department stores to vinyl record shops here, as well as a large selection of independent cafes. Learn about the city's association with the sea at the Merseyside Maritime Museum. Located at Albert Dock, this fascinating museum is home to a range of Titanic artefacts, including a lifejacket that was worn by one of the doomed liner's survivors. Just a short distance away is the Museum of Liverpool, which displays archaeological finds, footballing memorabilia and historic recreations. If you're interested in architecture, a visit to RIBA North is a must. This is where you'll find a range of displays detailing the city's affinity with modern architecture. For a great evening of dining and entertainment, head to The Baltic Triangle - everything you could possibly wish for in a relatively confined area. This popular development rose from the ashes of an area that was devastated during WWII bombing raids. Several of the area's original warehouses are now home to music venues, art galleries, bars, restaurants, and boutiques. There's also an extensive choice of street food vendors in the area. Look for cheap hotels here if you want to experience the best nightlife Liverpool has to offer.

Where should I stay in Liverpool?

Some of the best hotel deals in Liverpool can be found around the Liverpool One shopping area. Staying in this area puts you close to landmarks such as The Cavern Club and Liverpool's main railway stations. There's a cluster of great hotels in and around the Royal Albert Dock, too. If you want to visit Liverpool's main museums and art galleries, this is the perfect place to base your stay. Many of Liverpool's cheap hotels are located slightly away from the city centre in Vauxhall, Kensington and Toxteth. But if you stay in these more residential areas, you're likely to need public transport to reach the city's main attractions. Head towards Stanley Park and Orrell Park for some real bargains. These areas are perfect if you're visiting Liverpool to watch a Premier League football match. Book a hotel with the help of Opodo to ensure you find the accommodation that can enhance your trip. Results can be filtered using a range of different search criteria. Book a hotel room with a credit or debit card in seconds - the process is simple and secure.

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