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Where to stay in Liverpool? Best districts + Hotels

Looking for the best place to stay in Liverpool?

Follow the guide, we have tested, listed and detailed for you the best areas to stay in Liverpool as well as the best accommodation in this city that we love visiting so much.

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Liverpool is a city in the United Kingdom that offers its visitors a thousand fun and unique experiences. The Mersey city owes its great reputation to its talented football team (Liverpool FC), but also to the legendary and mythical Beatles and, above all, to the hospitality of the local population.

What’s more, Liverpool is packed with monumental buildings that bear witness to the city’s history, restaurants for gourmets and friendly neighbourhoods.

Take a look at the list of our favourite places to stay in Liverpool. Enjoy your trip!

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Here are the best places to stay in Liverpool, with hotels ranging from upmarket to budget. They all have great reviews and are in great locations!

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Where to sleep for the 1st time in Liverpool: The city centre

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The city centre area remains the best area to stay when you first land in the city of Liverpool. It’s one of the most popular areas for travellers.

Known for its musical history and unique architecture, this area of Liverpool is the best place to stay your first time in Liverpool! If you’re arriving by train, you’ll enter the city centre straight from Central Station. Be prepared to see chic modern buildings combined with quirky old buildings, giving the impression that time has stood still here.

The city centre is full of Beatles fans who want to see the bars like the Cavern Club where their story began. There’s even an International Beatles Week which attracts people from all over the world to Liverpool city centre.

That’s why you should book your hotels here in advance, the area is world famous for its attractions. And if you have a few days free in the city, why not take the train from Lime Street station to visit London and stay in some of the best places in the beautiful capital?

Best hotels to stay in Liverpool city centre

Upscale

DoubleTree by Hilton:I hope you enjoy the unique experience of staying in one of Liverpool city centre’s most stylish hotels. With its modern design and perfect decor, this place is like a work of art. The rooms are perfect and you’ll love the spa services. Don’t forget to go for a swim and check out their restaurant! See price and availability.

Best value for money

❤️ Aloft Liverpool By Marriott : A welcoming mid-range hotel, perfect for your stay in Liverpool, with modern design and spacious rooms. See price and availability.

Cheap hotels

Ibis Styles Cavern Quarter: Guests will love the trendy decor of this budget hotel near Lime street, which offers breakfast and free wifi. See price and availability.

Flat

Stylish Apartment: I love the urban design of this flat, which has a cosy bedroom, dining options and a small patio. See price and dispos.

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Top 5 things to do in Liverpool city centre

  • Check out three of the city’s most famous landmarks (Port of Liverpool Building, Royal Liver Building and Cunard Building). The architecture of these buildings is exceptionally beautiful.
  • Visit the Albert Dock, the largest group of Grade I listed buildings in the UK. It is home to several of the city’s museums and restaurants.
  • Visit Tate Liverpool. It is one of the finest art galleries in the region.
  • Waterfront is home to a building called The Merseyside Maritime Museum, which recounts the life of the docks and exhibits items reminiscent of the Titanic… This museum is well worth a visit!
  • You can also visit the Museum of Liverpool, which is a marvellous example of the history of this magnificent English city.

Where to stay in Liverpool to visit: Saint George

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Tourism is very important in Liverpool. If you’re coming to Liverpool for sightseeing, we really suggest you put St George’s at the top of your list of places to stay. It’s Liverpool’s capital of cultural tourism.

As you walk around, you’re likely to come across tons of old Victorian buildings, most of which are located in the St George’s area of Liverpool city centre. History buffs will probably spend a whole day in the magnificent St George’s Hall, home to the Central Library, the Walker Art Gallery collections and the World Museum. Once you’ve finished with the history, you can explore the Liverpool One shopping area, which is packed with restaurants, cafés and shops.

Best hotels to stay in when visiting Liverpool

Upscale

DoubleTree by Hilton:I hope you enjoy the unique experience of staying in one of Liverpool city centre’s most stylish hotels. With its modern design and perfect decor, this place is like a work of art. The rooms are perfect and you’ll love the spa services. Don’t forget to go for a swim and check out their restaurant! See price and availability.

Best value for money

❤️ Aloft Liverpool By Marriott : A welcoming mid-range hotel, perfect for your stay in Liverpool, with modern design and spacious rooms. See price and availability.

Cheap hotels

Ibis Styles Cavern Quarter: Guests will love the trendy decor of this budget hotel near Lime street, which offers breakfast and free wifi. See price and availability.

Flat

Stylish Apartment: I love the urban design of this flat, which has a cosy bedroom, dining options and a small patio. See price and dispos.

🌃 Find other accommodation at the best price

Top 5 things to see in Saint Georges

  • Consider visiting Saint Georges Hall, which is in the heart of Liverpool and is located opposite Lime Street Station. Once at the Hall, you’ll discover some impressive-looking architecture.
  • Discover the World Museum Liverpool, located in William Brown Street, L3 8EN. The museum is open to visitors free of charge.
  • Don’t hesitate to take the Beatles to the Blitz Walking Tour. We really suggest you take the tour on foot. This is your chance to discover Liverpool’s history and culture on a bilingual tour with a guide.
  • Extend your visit to the City Game & Walking Tour for unforgettable thrills in Liverpool!

Where to stay in Liverpool as a couple

Hope Street

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Are you looking for a place to stay in Liverpool as a couple? If so, we suggest Hope Street. Hope Street is an area of Liverpool through which the famous street of the same name runs. It’s also the most romantic area of Liverpool!

Together you can discover a number of restaurants and enjoy some exquisite walks… all in a breathtaking setting.

Best hotels to stay at in Liverpool city centre

Top of the range

DoubleTree by Hilton:I hope you enjoy the unique experience of staying in one of Liverpool city centre’s most stylish hotels. With its modern design and perfect decor, this place is like a work of art. The rooms are perfect and you’ll love the spa services. Don’t forget to go for a swim and check out their restaurant! See price and availability.

Best value for money

❤️ Aloft Liverpool By Marriott : A welcoming mid-range hotel, perfect for your stay in Liverpool, with modern design and spacious rooms. See price and availability.

Cheap hotels

Ibis Styles Cavern Quarter: Guests will love the trendy decor of this budget hotel near Lime street, which offers breakfast and free wifi. See price and availability.

Flat

Stylish Apartment: I love the urban design of this flat, which has a cosy bedroom, dining options and a small patio. See price and dispos.

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Top 5 things to see in Hope Street

  • See The Blakes Restaurant with its menu offering traditional English dishes enhanced with a contemporary twist, giving you a romantic setting for dinner in Liverpool.
  • Visit the Italian restaurant Piccolino which offers a wide range of foods, snacks, desserts…
  • Visit Liverpool College Art to find out more about Liverpool’s rich artistic heritage
  • Go to the Gambier Terrace in the morning to get a better look at the local assets and find out more about its special features.
  • The Everyman Theatre offers a range of plays on a variety of themes… great evenings out with your other half in Liverpool!

Where to stay in Liverpool with your family

Ropewalks

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For a great family holiday, we suggest you head to Liverpool’s Ropewalks district. This is Liverpool’s bohemian district, located near Central Station.

In this area, all the city’s old luxurious and chic buildings have been renovated and transformed into trendy boutiques housing numerous restaurants, art galleries and places where children can have fun in complete safety.

Best hotels to stay in Liverpool city centre

Upscale

DoubleTree by Hilton:I hope you enjoy the unique experience of staying in one of Liverpool city centre’s most stylish hotels. With its modern design and perfect decor, this place is like a work of art. The rooms are perfect and you’ll love the spa services. Don’t forget to go for a swim and check out their restaurant! See price and availability.

Best value for money

❤️ Aloft Liverpool By Marriott : A welcoming mid-range hotel, perfect for your stay in Liverpool, with modern design and spacious rooms. See price and availability.

Cheap hotels

Ibis Styles Cavern Quarter: Guests will love the trendy decor of this budget hotel near Lime street, which offers breakfast and free wifi. See price and availability.

Flat

Stylish Apartment: I love the urban design of this flat, which has a cosy bedroom, dining options and a small patio. See price and dispos.

🌃 Find other accommodation at the best price

Top 5 things to do in Ropewalks

  • Visit the Jeffs of Bold shopping street. Here you can find some awesome souvenir gifts to take home.
  • Take the whole family to FACT Liverpool. It’s a family-friendly venue that’s sure to delight and amaze.
  • Take a trip to Amalia, an Italian restaurant where you can sample a variety of gourmet dishes and enjoy the warm, friendly, family atmosphere.
  • Stop off at Ropewalks Kitchen if you’re a chicken fan. This Liverpool restaurant is ideal for enjoying local flavours.
  • The Coffee Shop in Ropewalks is also a great place to visit after a family stroll!

The best area to go out

Albert Dock

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The Albert Dock is the best place to go out in Liverpool. It has been redeveloped and is now home to a number of historic sites, trendy restaurants and a number of Liverpool’s leading cultural institutions.

Being right in the centre of the city, Albert Dock is certainly a great place to go out in Liverpool.

Top 5 things to do at Albert Dock

  • Don’t forget to go out to the Lunyalita restaurant, located in Albert Dock. It offers a menu rich in recipes with original touches.
  • Grab a bite to eat at The Maray. They serve dishes inspired by Middle Eastern flavours alongside delicious cocktails.
  • You can also visit the Merseyside Maritime Museum, a maritime museum in the city of Liverpool in the metropolitan county of Merseyside in England.
  • We suggest a visit to The Beatles Story, a museum devoted essentially to the magnificent story of Liverpool’s “children”: the Beatles. It is located on the historic Royal Albert Dock.
  • Finally, visit Liverpool Pictures to find out more about the city’s past

Neighbourhoods to avoid in Liverpool

Liverpool is widely acknowledged to be a safe city, with a strong police presence at all times of the day and evening. If you’re careful in any area, it shouldn’t cause any problems.

However, fights do sometimes break out in certain areas in the evenings. So we really recommend avoiding the Kensington and Toxteth areas at night to be on the safe side.

Where to stay near Liverpool

Baltic Triangle

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Whether you choose to stay in the city or in the countryside, you can easily find what you’re looking for around Liverpool.

If you decide to stay near Liverpool, we recommend the Baltic Triangle. The Baltic Triangle is an alternative district with independent start-ups based in refurbished warehouses around Jamaica Street. It is home to studios, friendly cafeterias and a garden for outdoor events at the Constellations arts centre.

Top 5 things to do in Baltic Triangle

  • Visit Baltic Market, a place that offers a rich and appetising menu. In fact, it’s Liverpool’s premier street food market.
  • Burn calories at Yogacita, a purpose-built studio that provides the perfect gym environment.
  • Take a trip to The Baltic Social, a restaurant renowned for its delicious recipes. It’s a place that offers quality and good hygiene.
  • Fancy tasting teas with exotic and aromatic flavours? Take a trip to the Liverpool Tea Warehouse!
  • Go to the sevenstoe boutique for your shopping sessions and change your wardrobe!

Now you know almost everything about the best places to stay in Liverpool! We really hope that our review of the best areas in Liverpool will help you to prepare for your stay. Now all you have to do is take off for the Mersey!

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