Hotels in Liverpool
Since its year as European Capital of Culture in 2008, the city has been transformed. 37 new hotels and guest houses have opened since then and there’s now accommodation to suit any taste and budget.
From high-end luxury hotels to serviced apartments, from big name brands to something altogether more boutique, from all manner of guest houses and B&Bs to youth hostels – Liverpool has it all!
The city is an ideal place to lay your head – whether you are here as a large group or coach party, on a romantic break or travelling individually. There’s a comprehensive range of conveniently located accommodation throughout the city.
Many of the newer hotels have been opened by beautifully refurbishing former warehouses, banks and even the former White Star Shipping Line Headquarters who famously built the ill-fated Titanic. These buildings outwardly retain their character yet inwardly are modern and comfortable with gymnasiums and some even have pools. This careful urban regeneration and reuse of buildings have enabled Liverpool to retain its ability to impress visitors with its buildings which represent its formidable maritime history.
We encourage visitors to stay in a quality city centre hotel for at least two nights and then have a city tour and then explore further afield and our favourite excursion is to North Wales which is little more than 90 minutes away. We know the locations of the hotels very well and whilst you can see the best prices on Booking.com and Laterooms, we can advise on things like suitability for your group, location, coach drop off, coach parking and lots more things that a local specialist can help with and that information can really make a huge difference to your visit.
Above all, Liverpool is renowned for its friendly and welcoming service and we’d be delighted to help you find the very best accommodation for your group.