Nov 24, 2019 - Nov 25, 2019
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Where to stay in Liverpool
It says a lot for their musical achievements that any mention of the English city of Liverpool inevitably turns to talk of the Beatles and the global success of John, Paul, George and Ringo.
But there is much more to this seafront city in the northwest than the Fab Four, even just on the music scene, while Britain's largest cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the largest collections of Grade 1 listed buildings are on its doorstep.
As well as the historic attractions around the Mersey, the city is also home to an enviable range of nightlife options – including the famous Cavern where the Beatles started their extraordinary journey – first-class shopping and dining outlets.
Liverpool is a compact city so getting around is not a major challenge with bus and taxi services in abundance, while renting a car in Liverpool also opens up the north of England and nearby cities such as Manchester, which is around 30 miles away.
Liverpool City Center Hotels
Liverpool has a wide range of accommodation choices to suit every budget and every taste. Visitors who want to explore its famed nightlife can opt to stay on the waterfront yet still be within walking distance of its many world-class shopping, dining and entertainment options.
Located in the city center just a 15-minute walk from the famous attractions of Albert Dock, the Marriott Hotel is also just over a mile from The Beatles Story Museum and around two miles from Liverpool FC's famous Anfield football stadium. As well as complimentary Wi-Fi, the hotel also offers an indoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, a fitness center and a spa.
A less expensive option located in a converted warehouse overlooking Albert Dock and with easy access to Liverpool city center, the Holiday Inn Express is close to James Street subway station and offers access to nearby Chester as well as local services around Liverpool. Guests can take advantage of free Wi-Fi and a buffet breakfast or explore the area and discover attractions such as the Tate Liverpool Museum, the Echo Concert Arena and the interactive Beatles Story exhibit or enjoy the nightlife available along the city’s UNESCO World Heritage waterfront.
The budget Podworks Hotel is set in the city center just five minutes from Liverpool One shopping mall, and within ten minutes of both Matthew Street and the entertainment options at the Albert Dock buildings. Rooms are streamlined and cosy offering free Wi-Fi and an informal accommodation choice in the heart of Liverpool.
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what a wonderfull city ,super people and a real kick ass destination,music ,sites to see,shopping and a really great city .
There's lots to do and see in Manchester, but it's a quick one-hour trip (or less) to get to Liverpool -- a vibrant city I highly recommend visiting too if you've got the time.
I took a train from Manchester to Liverpool for a day trip and walked around the city for about 4 hours. Got to see the bar where Beatles originated.
A really exciting and vibrant city, Liverpool has some great bars and restaurants to entertain younger visitors. However there is plenty to do for history buffs as well with some fantastic museums such as the World Museum and The Museum of Liverpool in the impressively designed waterfront building. Two amazing cathedrals round out the sights in this dynamic city.