Liverpool Cheap Hotels in Liverpool

Best known for its music and nightlife, Liverpool offers visitors the chance to experience a fantastic vacation in a lively and vibrant city. Quality accommodations have multiplied and improved in recent years, meaning they serve as the perfect home base after a great night out.

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Liverpool was named the European Capital of Culture in 2008 and rightly so for the history, culture, and entertainment that any visitor can experience here in this city in Northern England. Because of its history as a once-thriving maritime port, Liverpool is home to a diverse community. It does not hurt that the city is also the birthplace of many popular musicians, the best-known of which are the members of The Beatles. The city's lively music scene continues today in the city's nightlife.

Key attractions
Taking in Liverpool's history is easily done in any of the six areas of the city alluding to its past as a maritime power. One of these areas is Albert Dock, a collection of warehouses and dock structures which is now home to museums, galleries, and restaurants. Fans of The Beatles should not miss the Beatles Story museum, which is located in the dock area. The Royal Liver Building is another riverside landmark that has become one of the city's architectural icons. Another of these icons is the Liverpool Cathedral, the largest Anglican church in the world.

Having fun
Being the home of Liverpool FC, whose fan base stretches the globe, Liverpool is the perfect place for visitors to catch a football match. The matches at Anfield Stadium, the stomping grounds of Liverpool FC, are said to among those with the liveliest atmosphere. As for nightlife, you can begin by dining out in any of the many restaurants and pubs in the city center, as well as on Lark Lane in Aigburth, located farther south. Some of the best places to get a drink include Seel Street, Concert Square, Mathew Street, and Albert Dock.

Shopping
There are many places in Liverpool where you can quench your retail thirst. It is, after all, a city with a great variety of shops and merchandise. Right in the city center is St John's Shopping Center where visitors can get everything from clothing to food. Also in the city center, right by the Albert Dock area, is Liverpool One, a waterfront complex dedicated to shopping, dining, and entertainment. Other recommended shopping areas include The Bluecoat for clothing, crafts, and home ware, as well as Cavern Walks, a boutique shopping area.

Nearby
While Liverpool offers some great city delights, it is simple to take daytrips to the many other interesting spots in the region. Just across the River Mersey from Liverpool is the Wirral Peninsula. The scenic coastline with its great beaches is the must-see here. South of the Wirral is Chester, a historic town with historic sights dating as far back as Roman times. Sporting traditional Tudor architecture, the beautiful center of Chester is reason enough to visit this city.

Days Inn by Wyndham Liverpool City Centre



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$52

Holiday Inn Express Albert Dock



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$53

Hope Street Hotel



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$85

Radisson Blu Hotel Liverpool



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$61

Hampton by Hilton Liverpool City Center



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$51

The Liner Hotel



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$55

Liverpool City Centre by BridgeStreet



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$61

Novotel Liverpool Centre



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$63