For anyone who reads my blog you will know that I live very close to Liverpool and love spending time in the city. The things to do in Liverpool are endless and if you’ve never been then I would definitely recommend a visit. Not everyone will have the short distance to travel like I do, but for anyone who lives further afield; I would definitely suggest you stay for a day or two.
Hotels in Liverpool aren’t hard to come by and I have stayed in a few myself, whatever your price range, Liverpool has a mix of budget friendly, to high end hotels. For any of you who are planning a trip to Liverpool, I thought I would help by giving you some of the hotels I would recommend you take a look at.
My personal favourite is The Shankly Hotel. Designed with the great footballing manager Bill Shankly in mind, The Shankly Hotel offers a luxurious experience with décor reflecting the great man himself. Although this hotel has been created with a football aspect in mind, don’t let this put you off if you’re not a football fan.
A few months ago I stayed in Signature Living, a hotel located next to The Metquarter in the city centre. Signature living is great for large groups of people visiting the city as they have a number of party rooms, ideal for stag and hen do’s but don’t worry, they do have rooms which cater for couples and smaller groups of people.
Next on the list is the Titanic Hotel, located on Stanley Docks. I’ve wanted to stay here for a while now and I’m hoping to tick this one off my list next but I have heard great things about the hotel from other people. Similar to the Shankly, The Titanic offers, large, luxurious rooms, creatively designed with RMS Titanic in mind.
If you’re looking for a boutique hotel which is fairly close to the city centre the Hope Street Hotel is one to take look at. This hotel offers spacious bedrooms with a modern interior and is close to Liverpool Cathedral, so some of the cities famous sites are within walking distance.
As I said before, there are a range of hotels in Liverpool so make sure you have a good look around before you book anywhere. Most of the hotels are pretty central but the city centre can easily be accessed by train or taxi, if you don’t fancy the walk.