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Hotels in Liverpool Central

Liverpool's history reaches right back to medieval times, but real changes have taken hold of the city over the last century. The city was blitzed during World War II, and its major shipping industry faced decline.

But today, Liverpool is a buzzing tourist destination, with flocks of people from around the world being drawn by its historic and cultural sights, world class shopping, and lively nightlife hotspots.

And despite the damage caused in the Second World War, there are still some top architectural must-sees in the beautiful city,, from the early 20th-century Gothic Revival Liverpool Cathedral, to the Grade II listed Liverpool Central Library, built in the 19th century.


Perhaps the most famous Liverpool export of all time has to be The Beatles. The city is credited as being the heart of the Merseybeat rock and roll sound in the 1960s and many of the Fab Four's old haunts are still around. Whether you're a fan or not, make time to see The Cavern Club. One of the first venues the band played, it's an intriguing glimpse into the past and a buzzing venue.

There are lots of museums to dip into too. Walker Art Gallery always has interesting exhibits, and the Merseyside Maritime Museum is a great day out.

Liverpool nightlife

Finding places to dine at, be entertained in or just grab a drink couldn't be easier in Liverpool.

The comedy scene is a busy one with top clubs including the Laughterhouse and the Hot Water Comedy Club. And you can catch a theatre show at the unique and characterful Ma Egerton's Stage Door.

Liverpool Docks are undoubtedly the best place for a fun night out. Packed with fashionable restaurants and bars, there's something to suit everyone. If you're wandering through the city centre, see if you can drop in at Kelly's Dispensary for an ale, or the Igloo Cocktail Bar for fancy drink.

Lovely restaurants are on every corner too. Popular spots with locals and tourists are Neon Jamon tapas bar, The Art School serving vegetarian dishes, Fazenda Rodizio Bar and Grill, and Yukti for Indian cuisine.

Staying over

For the best Liverpool central hotels take time to explore your options. You'll be able to find your perfect match with no problems, there's so much choice. Favourites include the contemporarily-styled Signature Living, the Premier Inns at Liverpool One and Moorfields, Hampton by Hilton and the Crowne Plaza.

So for a real trip to remember in a place with everything on the doorstep, check out Liverpool city centre.

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