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Where to Stay in Liverpool – a neighbourhood guide

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With a long history as a trading port, travellers have been flocking to Liverpool for centuries. Whether you're here to party in the heaving nightclubs or amble around the museums, Liverpool has an array of attractions to keep you enthralled. For a touch of class you can indulge in the variety of luxury hotels, but similarly there are a range of lower cost alternatives with an array of facilities in addition to backpacker hostels.
Hotels in City Centre

 

 

The City Centre has more hotels than you can shake a keycard at. These include eye-catching boutique pads located close to the Cavern Club and the shopping complexes. Many offer modern perks like free WiFi and on site spa facilities, meaning you will have all of the comforts of home with an added touch of sophistication.

 

Toxteth

 

 

While it'll never be mistaken for a glamorous quarter, Toxteth does have its attractions such as Sefton Park, a Grade 1 listed park which sprawls for hundreds of acres. The district is perfect for anyone looking to be away from the hubbub of the central and dockland areas and would like an affordable, comfortable place to rest their head.

 

Hotels in Toxteth

 

 

There's not a huge range of hotels in the Toxteth area, but you will find a few dotted around offering cosy home comforts. Some are within strolling distance of Sefton Park, and you can look forward to handy amenities like free WiFi and free parking.

 

Albert Dock

 

 

Albert Dock is one of the most trendiest areas of the city and is where many of the chain hotels can be found. It's a buzzing cluster of distinctive red brick warehouses converted into chic hangouts for foodies and culture vultures. The Tate Liverpool and Beatles Story museum are just a few of the attractions drawing in the crowds.

 

Hotels in Albert Dock

 

 

The reliable chain hotels of Albert Dock cater for travellers on a budget as well as those looking to spoil themselves a little. Expect spacious, smartly decorated rooms, relaxed bars snacks and cocktails, and sparkling views over the River Mersey.

 

Princes Dock

 

 

The sleek and tranquil Princes Dock and its surrounding waterfront area is another part of Liverpool that's been gorgeously revamped thanks to energetic urban development. Overlooked by the twin birds of the Royal Liver Building, Princes Dock and the surrounding inland area is home to some of the more exclusive hotels that Liverpool has to offer.

 

Hotels in Princes Dock

 

 

Expect deluxe experiences, with the hotels boasting plush, romantic cocktail bars, expansive indoor pools, and heated spas. Waterfront views make many of the guestrooms memorable places to unwind after a day's shopping and sightseeing.