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Best Luxury Hotels in Liverpool

Best areas in Liverpool for luxury hotels

There's a reason that the city was recognised as City of Culture in 2008. Packed with museums, art galleries and live music, not to mention friendly locals, you'll find a city easily as stimulating as the capital. Looking for a stylish break in Liverpool? Try one of the lavish hotels that surround Liverpool Central station, in the historic core. There are more to be found around the revitalised docks, with glassy design-led hotels popping up at a staggering rate. Alternatively, score a stay in one of the extravagant properties that dot the streets around the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic.

Top luxury hotels in Liverpool

For those with deep pockets, there are some lavish properties to pick from in Liverpool. A good place to start is the Malmaison Liverpool, a towering 4-star hotel with a fitness centre, restaurant and bar. Expect immaculate service, from the front desk to the restaurant staff. Then there is the Titanic Hotel Liverpool, a waterfront property housed in an historic red-brick building, with design-led interiors, a health club and a spectacular indoor pool. Or you could pick a stay at the extravagant 30 James Street, which houses a rooftop terrace, full-service spa and 63 fabulous guestrooms.

Where to find the best fine dining in Liverpool

If it's fine dining you're after, you can't beat the restaurants which surround Moorfields train station. Exquisite plates of Italian classics, innovative French cuisine and the odd celebrity-owned restaurant line up along Chapel and Tithebarn Streets. There are more clustered just south around Cavern Quarter, which specialise in British cuisine cooked using some of the country's best produce and served in spectacular settings. If all else fails, you can't help but find somewhere to eat along Hanover Street, particularly good for fusion Asian cuisine, authentic Mexican dishes and even US barbeque, accompanied by classic cocktails.

Most unique things to do in Liverpool

Liverpool teems with fine things to do and see, perhaps the reason is was crowned the City of Culture in 2008. A perfect introduction to the city comes with walking its historic streets. Amble around Albert Dock, take a stroll around the magnificent Sefton Park, or walk along the UNESCO World Heritage waterfront. Then there are the cultural sites, like the Museum of Liverpool, where you can learn about the city's history, or the Tate Liverpool, where you can immerse yourself in art. Don't leave without taking a selfie with the iconic Beatles statue.

Best ways to get around Liverpool

For style and convenience, you can't beat arriving into Liverpool by private helicopter. Plus, you'll get to spot some of the most iconic spots in the city while you circle overhead. Getting around the centre doesn't need to be a pain. Its compact centre and proximity to the attractions means walking is often the best way to get from A to B. Alternatively, you could hire a driver and see the city from the back of a private limousine. If that's all a bit too flash for you, try the regular Merseyrail, which can whisk you around the city in moments.

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