Liverpool

Liverpool over the last decade has become a major tourist destination, making the most of its history ancient and modern – its maritime past and the Beatles for instance – and its architecture, the Albert Dock development in particular a landmark again, Tate Liverpool just one feature there... Read More

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Liverpool Events

April
The Grand National
May
Liverpool Military Show
Writing on the Wall Festival
June
Africa Oyé
Liverpool Comedy Festival
Liverpool International Tennis Tournament
August
International Beatles Week Festival
Mathew Street Festival
September
DaDaFest International
Liverpool Food and Drink Festival
Liverpool Working Class Music Festival
October
Liverpool Design Festival
November
Liverpool Music Week
The Merseyside Guitar Show
December
Carols By Candlelight
Ice Festival
Liverpool Santa Dash
Winter Arts Market
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Hotels in Liverpool - 112 places to stay

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Printwork Hotel

Printwork Hotel
Take a look at this stunning boutique Hotel in the heart of bustling Liverpool. The Printwork Hotel is a new and exciting stylish addition to Liverpool and has recently undertaken a full refurbishment to the whole ... More | visit website
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Regent Maritime Hotel

Regent Maritime Hotel

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Now under new management, this 19th-century dockside hotel is just 3 miles (5 km) from Liverpool city centre and a 10-minute drive from the M57 and M62 motorways. With free private ... More

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Devonshire House Hotel

Devonshire House Hotel

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The Devonshire House Hotel is located just one mile from the M62 and 2 kilometres from Liverpool city centre. The impressive Georgian building is set in one and a half acres ... More

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62 Castle Street

62 Castle Street

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Built in 1868 in the traditionally grandiose manner of a civic banking headquarters, the imposing Victorian building that houses 62 Castle Street belies the contemporary warmth within. The Liverpool boutique ... More | visit website

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Racquet Club

Racquet Club

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We are an intimate and friendly hotel with 8 bedrooms and 2 apartments. Frank the resident Jack Russell helps the team to really look after you so that you feel ... More

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Liverpool Marriott Hotel

Liverpool Marriott Hotel

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Beautifully decorated, this hotel was opened in 1998 and could not be better positioned for your Liverpool stay. An impressive modern hotel located in the heart of the city. Modern city-centre ... More

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Express by Holiday Inn Albert Dock Liverpool

Express by Holiday Inn Albert Dock Liverpool

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The Express by Holiday Inn Liverpool has been developed within the Britannia Pavillion, Albert Dock. A group of 19th Century Grade one listed warehouses, made entirely from cast iron & ... More

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Novotel Liverpool Centre

Novotel Liverpool Centre

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This 4 star New Generation Novotel offers state of the art facilities and a stylish, contemporary design in the Paradise Liverpool 1 area of the city centre. Its 209 Novation ... More

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Radisson BLU Liverpool

Radisson BLU Liverpool

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This 4-star luxury hotel is in Liverpool city centre and has free Wi-Fi and views of the River Mersey. It offers a pool, a gym, an award-winning Italian restaurant and stylish, ... More

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Hotel Indigo

Hotel Indigo
Hotel Indigo Liverpool is set in the Cities Historic Centre , a stone’s throw away from the vibrant waterfront. Take in the story of the city’s growth which is driven by its mercantile activity and ... More | visit website

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