If you are looking for good accommodation while visiting the city of Liverpool, take a look at the following options. This guide lists five of the best places to stay in Liverpool.
Hard Days Night Hotel
This is a four-star boutique hotel in the centre of Liverpool and is the only hotel in the world themed exclusively around the legendary Beatles. Set in a tastefully restored Grade II listed building, the hotel is located in an area famous for being frequented by the Beatles. Within the hotel, there are 110 rooms, including luxury suites and penthouse. Any true lover of the Beatles will be in awe of the pieces of art and items pertaining to this iconic group that are on show throughout the hotel. There is even original artwork from Sir Peter Blake, the artist credited with the design of Sergeant Pepper album cover and whom one of the restaurants is named after. Link
Stay overnight at the venue that has recorded the voices of some top artists over the years, including the Stereophonics and Take That. Whilst continuing to operate as a large music recording studio, Parr Street in Liverpool City Centre also houses a 12-bedroom hotel on the premises. Equipped with two bars, luxury en suite rooms with LCD TVs and top of the range mattresses, the hotel offers double and twin rooms alongside single mini rooms and a double mini room. Rest assured, the rooms have adequate sound protection to ensure that guests are not disturbed by the studio business. Link
The Malmaison chain of hotels has built up an exquisite reputation. Located on the waterfront, the Malmaison hotel at Liverpool’s Princes Dock is housed in a purpose built building. Unique attributes of this hotel include an atrium, a yellow submarine and football themed rooms. Luxury food offerings, such as Champagne breakfasts, add to the decadence of this accommodation. Link
Sir Thomas Street Hotel
Located near to the financial district of Liverpool, the Sir Thomas Street Hotel is perfectly positioned for guests to enjoy the city’s vibrant nightlife. Housed in a renovated building that used to be the head office of Bank of Liverpool, the hotel has retained its corporate feel and portrays this through clever placement of dark wooden furniture. While attracting the rich and famous, standard rates at the Sir Thomas Street hotel are surprisingly affordable. Rooms are well equipped to satisfy all the needs of the modern guest, including flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi. There is also a bar and restaurant on site. Link
Staying in purpose built university accommodation is perfect for anyone planning a trip to Liverpool. Vine Court has been designed to be eco-friendly. Room rates for a double room including breakfast are very reasonable. Vine Court, which forms part of the University of Liverpool city centre campus, is located within easy reach of the main railway station and ferries. Nearby attractions include cathedrals, the Tate Liverpool and Beatles-related landmarks.
Within the main tourist and business areas of Liverpool lie some of the best places to stay that the city has to offer. Quality accommodation is plentiful, with some of the best outlined above.
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