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One of the UK’s best destinations for arts, culture, restaurants and nightlife, Liverpool is a must-see city, and Marriott Liverpool is set right in the centre, bringing the best of Liverpool to the doorstep.
Marriott Liverpool hotels are part of one of the best known brands in the industry, and they’re all about comfort and convenience. So it’s no surprise that the Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre is no different.
Set in the heart of this buzzing destination, it’s surrounded by arty and cultural venues, so you have everything close at hand. To help you get your bearings, the hotel overlooks Queen Square, right near Liverpool Lime Street Station, so you couldn’t ask for a more central spot.
The best way to get into the swing of a city is to stay somewhere comfortable and homely in the centre of the action.
It also helps to have great facilities right there on site, so you can really relax into your trip in style. At the 4-star Liverpool Marriott Hotel you can spend a well-deserved afternoon in the Urban Peace spa, book yourself in for a treatment, or simply enjoy the peaceful surroundings.
There’s a pool, whirlpool, sauna and steam room, so if you fancy a dip at the end of a long day sightseeing, it’s the perfect escape. And fitness fans can enjoy the gym.
The hotel’s designed to fit with business travellers too, with meeting rooms, dedicated event planners, a business centre and handy car parking.
To kick start the morning, you can pop to the hotel restaurant whether you’re there on business or pleasure and grab a hot, continental or an American breakfast. And at the end of the day there’s a cosy lounge area where you can order a snack or a drink.
One of the best things about staying in the centre of town is that you have easy access to all the top destinations.
If food is your thing, discover some of the popular local restaurants like Brazilian BBQ place, Fazenda, go for something a little different at Japanese eatery, Sapporo Teppanyaki, or dine out on Italian cuisine at Piccolinos.
To work up an appetite, soak up some pop culture at The Beatles Museum or The Cavern Club, famous for hosting the Beatles in their early days among other artists, and now a museum and music venue.
If you’re a football fan, you might decide to watch a match at Anfield Stadium while art enthusiasts can visit world-class galleries like the Walker Art Gallery. Or, for a really fun night out, head to the trendy restaurants, bars and entertainment venues on Albert Dock like Smugglers Cove, The Pump House and Liverpool Comedy Central.