Looking for a hotel in the home of The Beatles, good football and funny accents? Check out our best value picks around Liverpool city centre.
TravelMag.com’s hotel team have trawled through more than 70 hotels to find the best three and four star hotels in Liverpool based on price, facilities and the reviews of clients over the last year. Those that made the grade are listed below. Can’t buy me love, but can buy me a decent hotel stay.
Located next to the iconic Albert Dock, and opposite the Echo Arena, Jury’s Inn is just minutes from the Liverpool Tate Gallery, and 5 minutes on foot from the city centre. Rooms are equipped with comfortable beds, flat screen televisions and a well stocked bathroom. Jury’s Inn also has its own bar and restaurant.
This is one for all you Beatles fans out there. Inside an old Grade II listed building, Hard Days Night is just around the corner from the Cavern Club where an unknown band called The Quarrymen first took to the stage in 1957. They would become The Beatles. Paying homage to home-grown talent, this classy hotel is liberally adorned with Beatles paraphernalia. From artwork in the rooms to memorabilia in the hotel’s swanky lounge bar.
A great choice for lovers of nightlife, Signature Living Hotel also has apartments for up to 10 people. Located right in the Cavern Quarter, famous for its nightlife, the hotel even has its own bar and signature nightclub, so a good night out is literally on the doorstep. Rooms contain iPod docking stations, LCD TVs and the bathrooms have spa baths. If that is not enough escapism, then Liverpool’s main shopping centre is only minutes away.
Located between Albert Dock and Liverpool ONE shopping centre, this hotel is within easy walking distance of all the major Liverpudlian landmarks. Hampton also has great amenities including an on-site bar and a fitness centre for anybody worried about missing their exercise whilst away. In addition to the amply sized rooms, a full cooked breakfast is included in the price.
Before being repurposed as a hotel, the building now housing The Nadler was an industrial building. But you would never guess from the inviting interior. The hotel is situated in the RopeWalks district, which includes the oldest Chinatown in Europe. Rooms come equipped with interactive TVs and free wifi. For those who don’t have time to eat out, a small kitchenette with a kettle, fridge and microwave is available to guests.