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85 Anfield Road
1.6 Miles from the centre

Make yourself at home in one of the 6 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Housekeeping is provided on a limited basis, and irons/ironing boards can be requested.

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6 Ancaster Road
2.9 Miles from the centre
per night from £28
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4 South Hunter St off Hardman St
0.7 Miles from the centre

Featured amenities include luggage storage and laundry facilities.

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37 Aigburth Drive Sefton Park
3 Miles from the centre

The 3-star Sefton Park Hotel is well known for its perfect location, just a 10-minute drive from Liverpool City Centre. Surrounded by parklands, it offers amazing views. Dine in O'Connor's Bar & Grill which offers a warm friendly and relaxing atmosphere overlooking Sefton Park boating lake. Alternatively, Lark Lane, with it’s 23 bars and restaurants is just 10 minutes walk from the hotel and is very popular with guests. The rooms are fitted with free wi-fi and flatscreen TV. Plus, something to tell your friends… Whether you’re a fan or not – if you stay with us, you’ll have stayed in the home of one of the original members of The Beatles… Stuart Sutcliffe.

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per night from £33
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2 N John St
0.5 Miles from the centre

A modern hotel filled with chic contemporary style, the Z Hotel Liverpool sits in the city centre, close to Moorfields Street underground station, the Town Hall and Cavern Club. Relax in the hotel’s café and bar, and stay connected with the hotel’s free wi-fi. Compact and contemporary, Z Hotel Liverpool’s rooms are air conditioned and have en-suite wet rooms with complimentary toiletries and 40” Samsung HDTVs with Sky TV – including sports and movie channels.

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per night from £35
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Ranelagh Place Merseyside
0.4 Miles from the centre

The Edwardian 3-star Britannia Adelphi Hotel City Centre is found in the heart of Liverpool, a short walk from Lime Street Train Station. It retains its original 19th century features including the marble halls and magnificent chandeliers. there is free wifi throughout. You can enjoy French cuisine at Cromptons restaurant and sip drinks at Jenny’s cocktail bar. Stylish en-suite rooms include free wifi, tea and coffee making facilities and a TV.

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per night from £38
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89-91 Mount Pleasant - L3 5TB
0.5 Miles from the centre

This Georgian building is in the city centre, 600 metres from Liverpool Lime Street Rail Station. It offers free Wi-Fi, cooked English breakfasts and rooms with flat-screen satellite TVs. The rooms have flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and DVD players. Each room has a trouser press, hairdryer and tea/coffee. The Aachen is family run and offers tasty, all-you-can-eat breakfasts. There is a small on-site bar. Liverpool Central Rail Station is 500 metres away.The Aachen Hotel is within the University of Liverpool complex, in the city's Georgian Quarter. The shops, bars, restaurants and attractions are a short walk away.

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per night from £39
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62 Hanover Street - L1 4AF
0.5 Miles from the centre

Hanover Hotel is in the nightclub district of Liverpool city centre, close to Liverpool Central Rail Station. There are en suite rooms and a lively music bar. The Hanover Hotel Liverpool is an easy walk from the Cavern Quarter shopping area. Albert Dock and The Beatles Story attraction are close. All rooms at The Hanover include a safe, hairdryer and power shower. McCartney's Bar serves a range of continental lagers, a wide selection of spirits and wines along with homemade food. Sports events are shown on a big screen. The bar has photos of The Beatles and other Liverpool bands. There is live entertainment every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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1-3 Beech Street Kensington
1.4 Miles from the centre

Just a few minutes’ drive from Liverpool city centre and its many historic sites, the 3-star Beech Mount Hotel is ideal for visitors to the city whether for business or pleasure. Housed in a Grade II listed building the hotel's characterful rooms are complete with flatscreen TVs, tea and coffee-making facilities, complimentary wi-fi and a mini fridge. Ample parking, exclusive to its guests, makes this hotel perfect for intercity commuting.

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Hotels in Liverpool

Liverpool is one of Britain's, nay the world's, most vibrant and exciting cities, and is an incredibly rewarding place to visit. The city is a former maritime centre located in the north-west of England. With a history stretching back over 800 years and a stunning setting at the mouth of the River Mersey, Liverpool has something for everyone.The city's famous music scene has seen it labelled the ‘World Capital City of Pop' by the Guinness Book of World Records, and it is still a hotbed of exciting new sounds. Add to this the beautiful Georgian architecture, its fabulous shops and restaurants and its wealth of cultural attractions and you'll never be stuck for great things to see and do while staying at one of our Liverpool hotels.

Maritime Mercantile City

Liverpool achieved wealth and fame as an important trading city in the 18th and 19th centuries. Its former status is reflected in the many extravagant and grand buildings constructed at the time. A walk around the city is the best way to take in all of its marvelous architecture.The Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City constitutes the city's UNESCO-designated World Heritage Sites. These include the old Pier Head, the Albert Dock and William Brown Street. All are within walking distance from one another and each is worth a visit.

Merseybeat and the Fab Four

Liverpool is well known as the home of The Beatles, probably the world's best-loved band. The Beatles epitomised the Merseybeat sound that came out of the city in the late 50s and early 60s and saw Liverpool bands top musical charts the world over.Music is still integral to Liverpool's identity and there are plenty of excellent venues in which to watch live bands and orchestras. The Bluecoat, in the city centre, contains a state-of-the-art performance space showcasing talent from an array of creative disciplines including dance, music and visual art.For diehard fans of the Fab Four, The Beatles Story, in the Albert Dock, is the world's only museum that is entirely devoted to the band. The museum contains rare memorabilia and other artefacts and is well worth a visit, even if you're more of a Rolling Stones fan!

Art and culture

In 2008, Liverpool was awarded the title of European Capital of Culture, and this legacy still continues to this day. The city has an incredible array of museums and galleries filled with exciting collections and exhibitions.The Tate Liverpool's collection of modern art is on a par with its partner institutions, while the World Museum Liverpool houses one of the finest Egyptian permanent exhibitions in the world.

Excellent restaurants

As the home of Europe's oldest Chinatown, it is unsurprising that Liverpool is a foodie paradise. If you're after some of that aforementioned Chinese food, The Tea House is a great place for a tasty and affordable meal.

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