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Hotels in Liverpool

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How can I find hotels in Liverpool?

Vibrant, creative and forever associated with pop music's most famous export, Liverpool is a superb city to visit for a weekend break or holiday. Officially recognised with the Capital of Culture award, you'll be spoilt for choice with entertainment, attractions, culture, retail and nightlife. If you're looking for a hotel Liverpool also doesn't disappoint either. The city centre, Docks and surrounding districts all offer excellent accommodation for visitors. To find the best hotel deals in Liverpool, head online to eDreams where you can book a hotel in just a few clicks. Just enter the details of your travel party and your preferred travel dates. The eDreams server will instantly interrogate the huge database for all the latest hotel deals and instantly return all hits for your search. Look at photos of the properties listed, read about their offer in detail and see what other customers have said in reviews. When you've picked your preferred hotel, simply secure your reservation in just a few clicks. You can then log on to your secure eDreams account at any time to manage your booking.

What must I see in Liverpool?

Bag yourself one of the many hotel deals in Liverpool and prepare for a jam-packed trip. If you're arriving by train, you'll land directly next to the main shopping district and a stone's throw from the luxurious development of Liverpool One. Wander down to the waterfront to take in the buzz and atmosphere of Albert Dock. Here you'll find the Tate Art Gallery, the Maritime Museum, the Museum of Liverpool Life, various restaurants and bars, and fantastic views. Take a ferry tour to see the city in its glory from the water and stop for a snack at one of the various street food vendors that have popped up alongside the watersports zone. A walk across the centre will also take you up to the impressive Catholic and Anglican cathedrals, as well as Chinatown, which is the oldest in any British city. In the evening, visit the eternally-buzzing Matthew Street for cheap drinks and chatty locals, and visit the legendary Cavern Club.  If you fancy heading out of the city centre, a short bus journey to Sefton Park is well worthwhile, and the historic worker's town of Port Solent in the Wirral is a must-see if you have an interest in Liverpool's social history. If sport is more your thing, head to Aintree Racecourse or watch Liverpool FC at Anfield.

Where should I stay in Liverpool?

Take your pick for a hotel in Liverpool. The city centre is the obvious choice for a central spot and there are some excellent large and big-name cheap hotels near Liverpool One and in view of the Liver Building. For more affordable and budget style accommodations, look for the streets that run parallel to Albert Docks and around the train station. Each of the main Liverpool districts also has plenty of excellent hotels, from large chains through to small boutique hotels and private B'n'B's. Business travellers will find hotels dotted along the main road networks into the city and near Liverpool Airport. Look too at areas such as Knowsley - with its well-known animal safari park, and the coastal towns of Crosby and Formby; both of which have fantastic walks, cycle paths and views to enjoy along with local pubs, restaurants, cafes and other visitor attractions. 

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