The vibrant city of Liverpool has countless hotel options to suit all budgets and travellers. So whether you’re on a romantic getaway with your other half, a stag do or a girly weekend away, we’re sure you’ll love our top hotel picks for your next weekend city break in Liverpool.
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Dedicated to legendary football manager Bill Shankly, this elegant city-centre hotel is perfect for couples going on a romantic city break to Liverpool.
The luxury rooms combine tasteful sports memorabilia and lush furnishings like Jacuzzis and 50″ smart TVs. Treat yourselves to a night in the Bridal Suite with its huge 7ft bed, opulent in-room tub and double shower.
The trendy footie-themed Bastion Bar & Restaurant is the place to be on match days with its very own Bill Shankly museum within the restaurant. The bar also serves up a delicious cocktail menu and afternoon tea.
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If you’re a group looking for affordable accommodation in Liverpool’s city centre, then the budget-friendly Euro Hostel Liverpool is exactly what you’re looking for.
Check into the VIP Suites with their very own private TV lounge area and ensuite bathrooms, as well as GHD straighteners and free Wi-Fi. There are also private bedrooms for up to 8 people and shared dorms.
Visit The Hatch Bar for the daily happy hour, or downstairs there are club nights as well as big screens with BT Sports and Sky Sports, games machines and pool table.
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A converted 19th century warehouse, this trendy upmarket hotel is situated in the historic Stanley Dock complex just five minutes to Liverpool city centre.
The hotel has been beautifully restored with original windows looking over the Port of Liverpool, exposed brick walls and vaulted ceilings, channeling a cool loft studio vibe.
Enjoy the oasis of peace in the underground Maya Blue Wellness centre, a first-rate spa which boasts a hydrotherapy pool, steam room, sauna and sanarium.
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When you arrive at this newly renovated historic hotel in Liverpool, you’re greeted with a warm chocolate chip cookie, so you know you’re here to treat yo’self.
Go all out with one of the spacious suites – we especially love the luxurious Presidential Suite, which sleeps up the three people and features a walk-in closet, roll-top bath and double steam shower.
Then enjoy a decadent champagne afternoon tea with the girls in the sophisticated 19th century Library Lounge, or pay a visit to the aroma steam room, sauna and whirlpool for some well-deserved TLC.
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A stylish mix of the old and the new, the Aloft Liverpool hotel is situated in the iconic former Royal Insurance Building, one of the city’s most beloved landmarks.
Each of the contemporary and chic rooms feature high ceilings, platform beds, giant bean bags and walk-in showers. Upgrade to the Savvy Room for even more space coupled with impressive city views.
Dine New-York style in the hotel’s split-level restaurant, enjoy a cocktail in the atmospheric W XYZ bar with DJs and live music, or treat yourself to the brand-new fashion-themed afternoon tea.
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Set in a magnificent Grade II listed building, the Hard Days Night hotel sits next to the world renowned Cavern Club where the Fab Four first rose to fame.
Located right in the heart of Liverpool’s ‘Beatles Quarter’, the hotel boasts exclusive artwork in all 110 individually designed rooms, as well interactive LCD TVs, monsoon showers and Hypnos beds.
In keeping with the theme, the hotel’s hip restaurant is named after the godfather of British pop art, Sir Peter Blake, who designed the sleeve of the Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album.