6 Best Areas Where to Stay in Liverpool in 2024 (w/Hotels!)

Liverpool's waterfront with the Museum of Liverpool and the iconic Royal Liver Building, under a cloudy sky with the message 'Imagine Peace' featured prominently

Whether you’re a Beatles fan, in town to catch a football match or just looking to explore the city, Liverpool is an incredible place to explore. And to help you make your trip to the UK even better (and easier), I’m here to help you find the best area where to stay in Liverpool! 

I’ve carefully handpicked the top areas, compared all the best hotels to stay at, and sorted the results according to interest and budget, so all you have to do is pick your favorite and get going!

The best area to stay in is the City Center, especially if you want to be in the heart of the city and close to all the main attractions. But if you’re looking for something a little different, I’ve also covered 5 more areas for you to choose from. 

A quick word of advice before we dive in, remember to book in advance as the good hotels sell out quickly! And the sooner you book, the better the price.

Quick Picks for Your Stay

Check out the best Liverpool hotels up for grabs in the City Center:


Watch my video, it will give you a visual explanation of all the areas:


Here is a map that will help you visualize all the areas where to stay in Liverpool that I will be talking about in this post:

A colorful map highlighting the best areas to stay in Liverpool, with numbered locations and labels for easy navigation
  1. City Centre: for first-timers
  2. Ropewalks: for art lovers & partygoers
  3. Baltic Triangle: for trendsetter
  4. Albert Dock: for budget
  5. KNOWLEDGE QUARTER: for history
  6. ANFIELD: for sports enthusiasts

1. City Center – where to stay in Liverpool for the first time

Shoppers and commuters walking on a bustling street in Liverpool city center with Liverpool Central railway station sign and the historic architecture in the background

Welcome to one of the most famous neighborhoods in town! Known for its music history (after all, this is the hometown of The Beatles) and unique architecture, the City Center is Liverpool’s “it” spot! 

If you’re coming to town by train, you’ll step right into the City Center as you exit the Central Station (map). Be prepared to see modern, chic buildings combined with some old, quirky ones, which give the impression that time has stood still here.

The City Center of Liverpool encompasses the area from the Lime Station to Albert Dock, including some neighboring streets.

The City Center (and notably the Cavern Quarter area here) is a huge draw for fans of the Beatles who want to see the bars like the Cavern Club (map), where they played 292 times! There’s even an International Beatles Week in August every year, attracting people from all over the world!

Other attractions include the St Johns Beacon Viewing Gallery, an observation deck offering a 360-degree view of the city. You can also explore the beautiful St. George’s Hall, a great place to catch an event, from concerts to theatre and even festivals. Other places you cannot miss include the Central Library, Walker Art Gallery Collections showcasing European artwork, and the World Museum about natural history. 

If you’re looking to catch a bit or indulge in a little retail therapy, you can explore the Liverpool One shopping area (map), which is filled with restaurants, cafes, and tons of stores.

As you walk around, you’ll also come across tons of old Victorian buildings. Most are located in the St George’s Quarter in the City Center of Liverpool.

Head towards Mersey River, and you’ll reach Princess Dock, an important part of the Liverpool Port and now an urban residential and commecrial center with leisure complexes and hotels.

And hey, if you have a few spare days in the city, why not take the train from Liverpool Lime Street Station and visit London (the trip only takes about 2 and a half hours)! I have a special guide on where to stay in London to help you plan further!

Definitely book your hotels here in advance, as the area is renowned for its attractions.

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Liverpool: a sophisticated lobby featuring a classic painting and a vibrant red scooter, a cozy bedroom with a large bed and artistic wall decor, and the historic exterior of a grandiose hotel building against a clear blue sky.

Enjoy the unique experience of staying at one of the most stylish hotels in the Liverpool City Center. With a modern design and perfect decor, this place looks like a piece of art. The rooms have charming wall decor, and you’ll love the fitness center!

Other accommodation options in the City Center

Mid-Range
A luxurious hotel room with dark wood paneling, a comfortable bed, and modern amenities

A welcoming mid-range hotel perfect for your stay in Liverpool, featuring a modern design and spacious rooms

Budget
A bright and stylish hotel lounge with modern decor, a red sofa, and retro-inspired chairs

Guests will love the trendy decor of this budget hotel located near Lime Street, offering delicious breakfast and free Wi-Fi

Airbnb
A cozy living room with a blue sofa accented with yellow pillows, a wooden coffee table, and a vibrant portrait on the wall

I love the urban design of this apartment that has a cozy room, self-catering options, and a small patio

Things to do in City Centre

  • Enjoy the nightlife in the Liverpool City Center
  • Have a beer at Cavern Club where the Beatles were discovered
  • Admire the architecture of the stunning St. George’s Hall
  • See some beautiful pieces at the Walker Art Gallery
  • Visit the National Museums in the Liverpool City Center
  • Take a day trip from the Liverpool Lime Station
  • Go shopping at Liverpool One Shopping Center

2. Ropewalks – best place to stay in Liverpool for art & nightlife

The striking traditional Chinese architecture of Liverpool's Chinatown gateway, with the grandiose Liverpool Empire Theatre to the left, under a clear sky.

Located South of the City Center, the history of this location goes way back to the 19th century when ropes and boats were very important in England. That’s how this lively neighborhood got its name. 

Liverpool is the place to be for anyone who loves to have something to do at any minute, and Ropewalks makes no exception to the rule. Plus, it’s super close to a train station (if you plan to go to Chester or to Northern towns) and a short 5-minute walk to the City Center.

Filled with street art along Bold Street, this is one of the best places to stay in Liverpool for creative people who want to experience the city’s artsy side. Just a few minutes walk away from Bold Street, you’ll spot FACT, a gallery with materials relating to video, film, and new media. 

And if you love taking photos of unique places, I’ve got the perfect spot for you! Right at the end of Bold Street, there’s a Church of St Luke’s, a beautiful historical landmark that was bombed in 1941 but still looks amazing even though it doesn’t have a roof!

Ropewalks will offer you such a fun experience. Just wait until you discover the Duke Street Food Market (map) and all the live music venues! The amount of bars, breweries and nightclubs here makes Ropewalks a great place to stay in Liverpool for nightlife, too!

Ropewalks is home to the oldest Chinatown in Europe! The first Chinese community in Europe settled here in the late 1860s!

And as an art lover, you’ll be thrilled to learn that Manchester also has a vibrant art scene, and it’s less than 1 hour away from Liverpool on a train! Check out my guide on where to stay in Manchester to plan your trip!

Now let’s see the best places to stay in Liverpool’s Ropewalks:

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Liverpool: an ambient bar area with disco balls and purple lighting, a spacious bedroom with a navy and orange color scheme, and an artistic depiction of a woman on a hotel room wall.

I love this luxurious hotel’s cool design with super spacious rooms! Chill out on the terrace of your room before heading out to explore the friendly Ropewalks. And if you’re too hungry to eat out, an on-site restaurant offers the most delicious breakfast.

Other accommodation options in Ropewalks

Mid-Range
Exterior view of 29 Seel Street, a red-brick historical building in Liverpool with clear blue skies in the background.

A mid-range hotel set in a historical, industrial building with amazing staff

Budget
A neatly arranged hotel room with a large double bed, white bedding, and flanking nightstands with lamps, creating a comfortable and inviting atmosphere

This budget hotel is perfect if you’re traveling with the family as it has big rooms and a great location

Airbnb
A modern lounge area with a black leather sofa, a bright yellow armchair, and a world map wall decoration, offering a vibrant and cozy space

A beautifully decorated apartment with 2 bedrooms and a full kitchen

Things to do in Ropewalks

  • Learn new things about film and new media at the FACT Liverpool Gallery
  • Take cool pictures of St Luke’s Bombed Out Church
  • Have fun and listen to live music at the friendly Concert Square
  • Enjoy the atmosphere at the Quirky Quarter (map)
  • Go on a city tour with the Hop On Hop Off Bus 
  • Eat and drink at the Duke Street Food Market
  • See Europe’s largest Chinese Arch

3. Baltic Triangle – the trendiest place to stay in Liverpool

A colorful mural of The Beatles painted on a brick wall in Liverpool, commemorating the iconic band's legacy in their hometown

Located between Ropewalk and Albert Dock, this location used to be the industrial side of Liverpool, England. But it has since evolved into a unique, up-and-coming neighborhood filled with warehouses hosting parties, street food, and graffiti.

If you’re looking for a good time after the sun goes down, you have to head to the Baltic Triangle and experience the incredible atmosphere. It’s also close to the Liverpool Arena, perfect if you’re heading to a concert or show.

The famous Baltic Market food court (map) is where everyone will be! Especially during brunch time. If you’re a foodie and love trying new dishes, this place will feel like paradise! And it’s super kid-friendly. 

You can also stroll in the giant 200-acre Sefton Park or even make a day out of it. There are cafés, attractions, tennis courts, and everything you need for a fun outing!

Make sure you explore the streets; there is tons of cool graffiti here, and while you’re at it, watch out for the vintage shops. I lived in England for a while, and to be honest, I loved thrift shopping here. It’s the best!

Baltic Triangle also has tons of attractions for older kids, like skate parks and creative workshops. And if you’re bringing the family but want some peace and quiet, Allerton is a good area to consider, with plenty of vacation homes, the stylish Manor Golf Club (map), and nearby Otterspool Promenade (map).

If you’re an Everton football fan, the Baltic Triangle is close to the Bramley-Moore Dock Stadium (currently under construction but should be completed by the end of 2024), making it an ideal place to stay if you want to watch The Blues.

Now, let’s see the hotels I picked for you in the trendy Baltic Triangle district:

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Liverpool: a plush bedroom with waterfront views and modern furnishings, a luxurious bathroom featuring a standalone bathtub, and a chic hotel lounge with a grand staircase.

With views over the Albert Dock through floor-to-ceiling windows from the comfort of your room, this luxurious hotel is one of the best places to stay in Liverpool. You can hit the gym anytime, but I’m sure you’ll want to spend more time at the restaurant and bar, especially after a long day of sightseeing!

Other accommodation options in Baltic Triangle

Mid-Range
A contemporary hotel room with a plush bed, white linens, a gray headboard, and framed artwork

Enjoy your stay in Liverpool at this friendly hotel that has family rooms, a restaurant, and a gym

Budget
Chic hotel lobby with a statement red couch, stylish mid-century modern chairs, and large-scale black-and-white photography

You can chill all day long in the lounge area or on the terrace of this budget hotel that has a bar on-site

Airbnb
Open-plan living space with artistic touches, featuring a comfy navy sofa, exposed beams, a modern kitchen area, and eclectic decor

One of the coolest loft apartments in Liverpool, I just love its decor

Things to do in Baltic Triangle

  • Eat, drink and listen to live music at the famous Baltic Market
  • Admire the best of Liverpool street graffiti art
  • Have dinner and stay for a live performance at Camp and Furnace Liverpool (map
  • Go for a beer at the Baltic Fleet pub at night (map)
  • Try the best restaurants in the Baltic Triangle
  • Stroll in the nearby Sefton Park (map)
  • Spend a unique evening at Bongo’s Bingo (map)

4. Albert Dock – best place to stay in Liverpool on a budget

The Liverpool waterfront showing historic architecture, including the Royal Liver Building and modern developments, alongside the calm waters of the River Mersey.

This Waterfront area was built in 1840 and, many years ago, served as one of Liverpool’s focal business points. Now, it’s an urban neighborhood a 15-minute walk West from the City Centre, where people come for a sunset stroll and to admire all the beautiful Victorian buildings. 

Many Liverpool hotels and apartments here are on the budget side, which makes the Albert Dock one of the best places to stay in the city if you’re looking for affordable accommodation.

This is one of my favorite parts of the city, I think it’s because I love the museums in England and the Albert Dock has plenty of them. I highly recommend the Museum of Liverpool so you can learn more about Liverpool’s fascinating history!

You’ll discover many restaurants and shops as you explore the friendly docks. Further along, you’ll spot the Tate Liverpool Art Gallery, which is a must-see attraction! I visited the one in London, and it was a fantastic experience.

Any Beatles fans will be happy to know that the Liverpool City Center is not the only spot where you can dive into the band’s history. The Beatles Story Museum is located in the Albert Dock and offers free entry!

The Merseyside Maritime Museum and International Slavery Museum are two important places you shouldn’t miss either!

As you walk around, you’ll find the Mersey Ferries Terminal, and if I were you, I wouldn’t think twice before hopping on a cruise ship along the Manchester Ship Canal. Plus you can even visit another country if you want! Dublin is just a ferry ride away from Liverpool, and I have a complete guide to help you pick the best area where to stay in Ireland’s capital!

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Liverpool: a hotel suite with a view of the Liverpool Wheel, a serene bedroom with soft lighting and a riverside view, and a spacious lounge with mustard yellow chairs and a large screen for presentations.

What a view! I can already see myself chilling in that reading chair, watching the sun going down over the Albert Dock. This luxury hotel located in Albert Dock Liverpool has a modern design and a very fancy restaurant, and don’t forget to go for a drink before bed at the bar!

Other accommodation options in Albert Dock

Mid-Range
Modern hotel room with a large bed, tufted headboard, teal accent wall, and sleek furniture

Enjoy your stay in Liverpool in this lovely modern hotel that has great views, a restaurant, and family rooms

Budget
Waterfront outdoor seating area with wooden benches, overlooking a calm canal with red-brick buildings and a clear blue sky in the background

Relax on the outdoor terrace of this budget hotel with a bar and free parking on the premises

Airbnb
A contemporary kitchen and dining area with a leather sofa, black countertops, and a wooden dining table set for a casual meal

A truly unique place to stay in Liverpool, right on the houseboat on the water

Things to do in Albert Dock

5. Knowledge Quarter – where to stay for history lovers

A view of Liverpool's Lime Street, featuring the neoclassical St George's Hall, with people walking along the wide pedestrian area under a partly cloudy sky

Located South of the Liverpool City Center, this location is one of the coolest places in town! Beautiful Georgian houses and fancy restaurants fill the iconic Hope Street of Knowledge Quarter. Any history enthusiast who wants to see the old part of this city in England in its full glory should book a hotel here.

One of the reasons for this is that Hope Street is home to the largest Anglican Cathedral globally, which was finished in 1978 by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, and is located in the Georgian Quarter. 

Also, don’t miss out on the Metropolitan Cathedral! Inside this magnificent building, you’ll find the Lantern Tower, a beautiful piece of architecture that contains the biggest area of colored glass in the world! And definitely visit the crypt. It’s magnificent!

Other points of interest include the Hot Water Comedy Club, which has live shows, the iconic Liverpool Cathedral in the Georgian Quarter, and, of course, the University of Liverpool.

This area is so rich in culture that there’s no chance you won’t want to spend at least a few days there. And if you’re lucky, maybe you can catch a concert at the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, that’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Liverpool: a loft-style bedroom with exposed brick walls and large windows, a minimalist living area with modern furniture, and a bathroom featuring a clawfoot tub and skylight.

Such a trendy hotel! I love a place that looks bright and airy and has large windows that boast the city’s best views, even from your room. You can relax on the rooftop terrace and maybe drink your cup of coffee here in the morning. The hotel also offers a restaurant and a bar.

Other options in the Hope and Knowledge Quarter

Mid-Range
A stylish bedroom featuring a large blue bed with gold and white pillows, bedside lamps

Some lovely and elegant apartments that have family rooms, private bathrooms, and a kitchen

Budget
An elegantly decorated living room with a gray sectional sofa, colorful cushions, and a modern dining area, bathed in natural light from large windows

A great value apartment for 4 guests with lovely decor and an excellent location just 5 minutes from the Center

Airbnb
A sleek, modern kitchen with gray cabinetry and a small dining area featuring a wooden table, black chairs, and colorful wall art

A centrally-located apartment, thoughtfully decorated with a full kitchen

Things to do in the Hope and Knowledge Quarter

  • See the beautiful Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral (map)
  • Walk around Hope Street and admire the unique Georgian houses
  • See a live comedy show at Hot Water Comedy Club (map)
  • Catch a concert at the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic
  • Attend a play at the Everyman Theatre (map)

6. Anfield – where to stay in Liverpool for sports fans

The iconic Anfield Stadium, home of Liverpool Football Club, with its vast, empty red seating and pitch, awaiting fans and players on a sunny day.

If you’re in town to catch ‘The Reds’, there’s no better area to stay than in Anfield! This Liverpool suburb is located 5.7 km from City Center, just a 20-minute car ride. Or it takes around 30 minutes to get from Anfield to the Center using public transport (which is plentiful).

Sports fans coming to town to see a football game will be pleased to know there are tons of hotels around the Anfield Stadium! Stay in this area if you want to be close to the sports action and blend in with the locals (also known as the Scousers). This neighborhood has a strong community spirit and will make you feel at home. 

You can attend a game, take a guided tour of the stadium, visit the Liverpool FC Museum, and also step inside the Liverpool Football Club premises. You can visit all the attractions near the stadium by yourself, but there are also plenty of tour options for a more immersive and educational experience!

Despite being the home of Liverpool FC, Anfield is not all about football! You can also visit the nearby Stanley Park (don’t miss taking pictures in the fabulous Isla Gladstone Conservatory!) and Walton Hall Park to enjoy some recreation outdoors. 

And although there aren’t many restaurants, you’ll find a nice selection of places to eat in the area! Arkles Liverpool (map) is a top pub just outside of the stadium where you’ll find both home and away fans cheering their teams on the game day!

Near Anfield, you’ll find Everton, another area known for its football team (Goodison Park is their home stadium until the end of 2024). It’s a quiet residential neighborhood if you’re looking for some peace and quiet.

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Liverpool: the inviting exterior of The Phoenix pub and hotel, a bedroom with a grey tufted headboard and maroon accents, and a desk area with elegant decor and natural light.

This 4-star hotel is 1.4 km away from the Anfield Stadium and is the best option for luxury seekers in the area. It’s set in a historic building and offers Double and Quadruple Rooms, making it a perfect option for couples, families, and fan groups.

Other accommodation options in Anfield

Mid-Range
A chic bar with a backlit liquor shelf, plush bar stools, and a modern design

I love this 4-star hotel with fabulous staff and super comfy beds, just a 5-minute walk away from the stadium

Budget
The exterior of a traditional English pub with a large outdoor seating area, picnic benches, and clear skies

A popular stay for football fans, this hotel is just 400 m from the stadium and offers free parking

Airbnb
A Liverpool-themed guest room with a double bed and a single bed, both adorned with football decor

This FC Liverpool-themed guest house is perfect for hardcore fans coming to town for a game

Things to do in Anfield

👑 Luxury price:US$250
💵 Mid-range hotel:US$180
🛏️ Budget:US$80
📍 Best area:City Center
🛎️ Best luxury hotel:Radisson RED
🧳 Mid-range hotel:Aloft Liverpool
👛 Best budget hotel:Ibis Styles Cavern Quarter

BONUS 1: Best hotels for Beatles fans

Bronze statues of The Beatles stride across Liverpool's waterfront, set against the backdrop of the iconic Liver Building, under a clear sky

The Beatles are Liverpool’s most popular export; there’s no doubt about that! And while you can easily find Beatles monuments and similar reminders of the Fab Four across town, it’s a bit harder to spot hotels that cater to Beatles fans specifically!

Below, I share the top 3 stays for Beatles lovers (and everyone else, really)! Note that the first 2 out of 3 come with Beatles-themed rooms, and I added the 3rd one because of its convenient location for all the attractions a Beatles fan would appreciate!

  • Hard Days Night Hotel ($$$) – Here is the top-rated Beatles-themed hotel in town and my personal recommendation! In fact, it’s the only 100% Beatles accommodation! This luxury hotel hosts live music weekends (guess which music they play?), an ample lounge bar, and posh furnishings like marble columns and Victorian facades!
  • Arthouse Hotel ($$$) – This movie-themed hotel has 2 rooms dedicated to the Beatles – the John Lennon room (number 306) that can fit 6 guests and the Yellow Submarine room (number 101) for up to 4 guests.
  • The Hilton Liverpool ($$$) – Although not a Beatles-themed hotel, the Hilton Liverpool is ideally situated near major Fab Four-related attractions in the City Center. Plus, you’ll be just a short walk from the bus station in case you want a ride to the Strawberry Fields! This hotel is perfect for relaxation, you can try their signature cocktails in the on-site bar, or enjoy the views from the large floor-to-ceiling windows!

BONUS 2: Best hostels in Liverpool

A historic street in Liverpool, lined with classic architecture leading towards the gothic tower of the Liverpool Parish Church under a blue sky

Although it may not be the first thing that comes to mind, Liverpool is a great destination for budget travelers! The city is packed with hostels across town, making it more accessible to a wider audience! 

I’ve compared all the hostels in the city (there are dozens of them) and will share my top 5 list with you below! 

All of the hostels below are budget-friendly so I sorted them according to ratings, starting from top-rated options!

  1. YHA Liverpool Albert Dock – This hostel is located in the middle of the action and is a top choice for backpackers to stay in Liverpool! You can walk to the City Center, the Mersey ferry terminal, and live music avenues! You can choose private or dorm rooms (male & female, no mixed), and best of all, the staff here will go above and beyond to make your stay comfortable! The place is spotlessly clean!
  2. The Liverpool Pod – Another one of the superb hostels in Liverpool with the home away from home vibe. This hostel offers beds in mixed dorm rooms for up to 6 people, and all beds have privacy curtains. The rooms have en suite bathrooms and lockers, and you can use free Wi-Fi across the property!
  3. Kabannas Liverpool – Pick between dorms and private rooms in this fabulous hostel located in the center of the action, next to the Cavern Club and the Liverpool Beatles Museum! They have a bar and café that’s open from early morning to evening, and they also serve breakfast. There are plenty of charging docks for laptops in the lounge areas, so you can work remotely without hustle!
  4. Liverpool International Inn – Set in the Knowledge Quarter, the International Inn hostel is developed inside a Victorian warehouse with clean and spacious rooms. Choose from private rooms or dorms (from 4-bed to 10-bed, female & mixed), grab a coffee or tea 24/7, or use the laundry room if you plan a longer stay!
  5. Selina Liverpool – Overall this is a pretty decent hostel (they also have tons of private room options), just 5 minutes from Liverpool Central Station. The main complaint here is about the noise, apparently, their rooms could use better soundproofing. For this reason, I’d only recommend this hostel for one-night stays if you’re traveling from the Central Station.

BONUS 3: Titanic Hotel Liverpool review

A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Liverpool: the Titanic Hotel's historic red-brick facade by the waterfront, a spacious hotel room with wooden beams and contemporary design, and an exclusive hotel spa with a unique underground pool and arched ceilings

Now, before I let you go, I wanted to tell you about one very special hotel in Liverpool! It’s outside the popular areas I talked about in the blog post, but it totally deserves an honorable mention!

The Titanic Hotel is a luxury hotel right at the Stanley Dock, a historic industrial complex 2.2 km North of Albert Dock. The hotel itself is situated inside an old warehouse from the 1850s, and it boasts the typical Victorian architecture from that period. But inside, you’ll be greeted with a fully modern interior, a spa and wellness center, a gym, and an on-site bar.

The rooms here are huge, everyone raves about the spa (although you do need to book beforehand to secure your spot), and the staff are apparently amazing, too!

At this point, you’ll probably wonder – but what’s the connection with the actual ship, Titanic? Well, Liverpool’s Stanley Dock was one of the most important hubs for international trade in the 19th century, and the city was actually the seat of the White Star Line, the owner company of Titanic. 

Also, 90 Titanic crew members came from Merseyside (the county in which Liverpool is located), and the ship itself carried the name “Liverpool” on its stern! So, Titanic has a very special relationship with Liverpool for sure!

Now, since I’ve become a travel writer, I’ve compared thousands of hotels across the world, but I hardly remember seeing a hotel with 9,000+ Booking reviews and with a 9.0/10 rating! So, dear friend, all I can say is – if your budget can afford it, you’re in for a truly memorable treat in Liverpool’s Titanic Hotel!

FAQs about where to stay in Liverpool

The iconic Liverpool waterfront, featuring the landmark Port of Liverpool Building with its distinctive dome and grand architecture, alongside the River Mersey under a cloudy sky.

🍸 Where to stay in Liverpool for nightlife?

If you’re looking for where to stay in Liverpool for nightlife, then the Baltic Triangle and Ropewalks are good places for you. Both are filled with live music spots and bars!

⚽ What is the best area to stay for football in Liverpool?

Anfield is one of the best places to stay in Liverpool if you’re a football fan. The area is known for its big stadium. And you can book a room at the popular Hotel Tia

👪 Which are the best hotels for families in Liverpool?

If you’re looking for where to stay in Liverpool with your family, then the Hilton Liverpool and The Liverpool Inn Hotel are two amazing hotels with lots of spacious rooms.

📅 When to book a hotel in Liverpool?

The ideal time to book a hotel room is two weeks prior to your stay, as this is when you’ll find the best prices. But avoid booking at the last minute, as this is when the prices are usually the highest.

💸 How much does it cost to stay at the Shankly Hotel?

A night at the Shankly Hotel, one of the best hotels in Liverpool, costs $145.; however, you should book a few months in advance because the hotel is always booked out. 

🍔 Where to eat in Liverpool City Center?

Shiraz Palace is a top-rated Mediterranean restaurant, while Villa Romana is the best place serving Italian cuisine!

🎙️ Where to stay in Liverpool for Beatles fans?

Hard Days Night Hotel is a Beatles-themed hotel in the Cavern Quarter that’s perfect for Beatles fans! You can book Lennon or McCartney Suites or chill in the bar & restaurant that matches the hotel theme!

Conclusion

Liverpool's Albert Dock at twilight, with historic warehouses reflected in the water, a vintage bus on display, and a vibrant blue hour sky.

Well, that’s it from me! I hope you enjoyed this visual trip around the city and I’m sure now you’ll be able to find where to stay in Liverpool without any trouble. 

Don’t forget that since these are the best Liverpool hotels, so they will disappear in a minute, so make sure you book them in advance if you want to get a good deal!

I know I’ve given you tons of options for hotels in Liverpool, but here are my top two favorites:

Enjoy an amazing trip in this cool city, stay at the best hotels in Liverpool City Center, and don’t forget to relax by walking around the Albert Dock and Pier Head! 

Leave me a comment if you have any questions or recommendations for our readers!

Safe travels,

Victoria


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