Best party hotels in Liverpool for a night out on the tiles

Home to the Beatles and an eclectic menu of pubs, clubs and bars, the city of Liverpool has a real buzz – so it should come as no surprise that you’ll find some of the best party hotels here.

We’ve selected just a few of our favourite hotels and apartments to help you plan for the ideal party weekend, whether you’re going for a glamorous night out or a fun-filled stag or hen party.

Among our favourite selections you’ll find sleek, self-catered apartments, quirky Beatles-themed accommodation and luxury hotels complete with pools and spas to help you unwind after dancing into the early hours.

A party hotel with serviced apartments in Liverpool

Discover an alternative to city centre hotels with EPIC Apart Hotel serviced apartments, which sleep between two and ten guests. Here, you’re within striking distance of plenty of Liverpool’s attractions – avid shoppers should head to the Liverpool ONE shopping centre just a 2 minute walk away.

Interiors here are sleek and contemporary, with plenty of polished chrome touches, soft neutral hues and scattered pops of bright colour. Open plan living and dining areas offer plenty of space for families or parties. There’s also a fully-equipped kitchen so that you can create some culinary masterpieces during your weekend away in Liverpool.

Bedrooms are warm and welcoming, with soft leather headboards and a soothing plum colour scheme for a home-away-from-home feel. Luxury bed linen and fluffy premium towels ensure you start your day or night of exploring feeling calm and refreshed. You’ll find free Wi-Fi throughout, as well as a smart TV with internet and games.

Seel Street Apartments by EPIC

Top rated
8.7 Excellent (1476 reviews)

A party hotel in Liverpool with a bar to match

Hotel Indigo sits close to the thriving Ropewalks area of Liverpool, with its galleries, music venues and 19th-century warehouses. In fact, the hotel is inspired by Liverpool’s industrial cotton heritage, with striking manufacturing imagery covering the walls. Its position, close to so many bars, restaurants and clubs, makes it the ideal place to stay for a weekend away, or a stag or hen party.

And we haven’t even mentioned the bar, the aptly named Cotton Lounge. Sip expertly mixed cocktails while you lounge in retro leather chairs, accompanied by a playlist of some of Liverpool’s finest musical talent. If you’re hungry, try a juicy ribeye at the hotel’s Marco Pierre White Steak House restaurant.

The inviting rooms are decorated with jewel-bright paint and soft furnishings, as well as modern artwork referencing the city’s textile history. Wake up to views across the city before getting ready in your en-suite bathroom, where you’ll also find a rainfall shower.

Hotel Indigo Liverpool, an IHG Hotel

Top rated
9.0 Excellent (2452 reviews)

A party hotel in Liverpool with a private Jacuzzi

When you enter the Liner Hotel, you embark upon a nautical-themed voyage through Liverpool’s maritime history without leaving the city centre. Interiors take their cues from the golden age of cruising: expect plenty of ship memorabilia, themed restaurants and ‘cabins’ rather than rooms.

Inside your cabin, you’ll find on-theme stripes and ultra-soft bed linen – ideal for sinking into after you’ve been out exploring Liverpool’s bar scene. Check into the Penthouse Suite to take advantage of the Jacuzzi and super king bed.

Begin your night out at the hotel’s Castaway Bar, inspired by a tropical island beachcomber drinking hole. Take advantage of two-for-one cocktails in the cosy ambience, with fun ropes and ship wheels adorning the walls, and portholes in the doors.

The Liner at Liverpool

Top rated
8.7 Excellent (3256 reviews)

A Liverpool party hotel with a pool and sauna

The Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre strikes the balance between relaxation and entertainment. It’s ideally placed for you to discover all that Liverpool has to offer, but it also features amenities like a fitness centre and spa to help you take care of yourself.

In the Urban Peace Health and Beauty spa, you can detoxify with a body scrub or wrap, unwind with a massage, or get a beauty boost with waxing or a mani/pedi. Premium products by Decléor, Jessica and Mii are on the menu. There’s also an indoor pool, sauna and gym.

At the heart of the Hotel is the Brew Bar Lounge, where you can grab a drink before heading out. The morning after your night out, wander down to the hotel’s restaurant. There you’ll find a hearty buffet breakfast full of English favourites, like plump sausages and grilled tomatoes.

Delta Hotels by Marriott Liverpool City Centre

Top rated
8.8 Excellent (2286 reviews)

A Beatles-themed party hotel in Liverpool

Why not spend your weekend in Liverpool in the world’s only Beatles-themed hotel? You’ll find it in the Grade II listed Central Buildings, the original features of which have been carefully considered in the design of all 110 rooms. The hotel is just next door to the hallowed Cavern Club, where the Beatles were first spotted by their future manager Brian Epstein.

There are also three bars and restaurants to try at Hard Day’s Night. On a Friday or Saturday, tuck into tender Vietnamese pork kebabs at Blake’s Restaurant, before unwinding with some live music in Bar Four.

Sit back in your spacious room amid Beatles-themed artwork and memorabilia. In the McCartney Suite, you’ll have your own private balcony where you can drink a glass of champagne while looking out over the city. Choose the Luxury Room to relax under a monsoon shower then curl up on the ultra-soft premium mattress.

Hard Days Night Hotel

8.4 Very good (6635 reviews)

A central party hotel in Liverpool

At the Nadler, you’re surrounded by Liverpool’s top bars and clubs, as well as being only a 5 minute walk from the train station. Culture-wise, don’t miss the Beatles Story – the world’s first permanent exhibition dedicated entirely to the Beatles – or Liverpool’s two drastically different cathedrals, all within a 15 minute walk.

Rooms in calming, earthy hues are designed for comfort and relaxation. Pocket sprung beds are ultra-soft and supportive, while oversized showers will have you feeling revitalised in the morning. You can use the room’s mini-kitchen to make your own meals before you set off, too.

If you’d prefer, try the hotel’s Fridge Fill service. They’ll custom-stock your room’s fridge with whatever items you’d like for just £1, plus the cost of your items. They also offer heavy discounts with plenty of local bars and restaurants for you to experience during your stay. Did someone say two for one?

The Resident Liverpool

Top rated
9.6 Excellent (2596 reviews)

A Liverpool party hotel close to the waterfront

The rooms at the Jury’s Inn Liverpool are ideal for relaxing in after a long day (or night). Choose your preferred pillow from the pillow menu and recline on your cosy bed, perhaps with a view out over the wharf. Rooms are bright and airy, with vibrant turquoise accents popping against snow white sheets and wooden furnishings. At night, soft lighting creates a peaceful atmosphere.

When you’ve worked up an appetite, head down to ODDSOCKS Bar and Kitchen. Surrounded by eclectic décor including painted brickwork and exposed filament lighting, try one of the kitchen’s signature burgers – the extra-peckish can tuck into a double (or even triple) patty with a variety of toppings.

If you like being close to the water, Jury’s Inn Liverpool is the hotel for you. It sits on King’s Waterfront, and is also just opposite the Echo Arena, which hosts world-renowned artists and music events throughout the year.

Leonardo Hotel Liverpool

8.4 Very good (3254 reviews)

A Liverpool party hotel within the city’s shopping hub

When you stay at the Mercure Liverpool Atlantic Tower Hotel, you’re ideally positioned to explore the city’s shopping scene. Head to the Albert Docks to find an eclectic mix of independent boutiques and upscale designers.

Now you have a new outfit, begin your night at the Vista restaurant, which serves up classic British dishes with a view of the Liver Building. Make the hotel’s own Vu Bar and Terrace your next stop before you hit the town. Not only can you sample a fresh cocktail mixed by expert bartenders here, you’ll also see panoramic views over Liverpool in the late evening light.

Finally, retreat into one of the hotel’s spacious bedrooms, some of which have a music theme – you might also spot some of Liverpool’s most famous architecture hiding within the artwork. Slip on your fluffy slippers and soft bathrobe, and watch a movie on the flat-screen TV from your ultra-comfortable double bed.

Mercure Liverpool Atlantic Tower Hotel

7.8 Good (2415 reviews)

A luxurious Liverpool party hotel

Give your weekend away in Liverpool a decadent edge at the Best Western Premier Collection Richmond. The elegant outside gives way to a stylish inside with intricate wallpaper, cascading light fixtures and plushly upholstered furnishings in the lobby and public areas.

This sense of grandeur also extends into the hotel’s rooms. King-sized beds with crushed velvet headboards create a luxurious haven in which to unwind and disconnect from everyday life. Suites feature kitchens to give your party a little extra privacy during your time away.

Munch on a mouthwatering British classic at the R Brasserie, cooked using seasonal produce, before rounding off your evening in the refined R Bar. White leather, dark wood and a grand piano work together to create an atmosphere as lavish as it is cosy. Let one of the in-house wine connoisseurs help you choose a wine from a list that includes tipples from around the globe.

The Richmond Hotel, Best Western Signature Collection

7.8 Good (3333 reviews)