Popular budget hotels in Liverpool include Hatters Hostel Liverpool in Liverpool City Center district, Palatine Hotel in Liverpool City Center district as well as others out of 31 budget deals. A short walk from Greenbank Halls of Residence, Casa Fresa Franks Serviced Accommodation is a good budget option for visitors of Liverpool who would like to save up.
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Where to stay in Liverpool?
Best cheap hotels in Liverpool
Liverpool airports & Subway stations
For a stay near one of the Liverpool's train stations, consider booking accommodation at Holiday Inn Liverpool City Centre, which is set 900 feet away from Lime Street train station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If it's your first time visiting Liverpool, consider staying downtown at Citystop Apartments - Trueman Street or Euro Hostel Liverpool, where you'll be near Lark Lane. Bridgestreet At Liverpool One and Premier Suites Liverpool are good apartments that will place you within a 10-minute walk of the city center. If you're planning a family trip to Liverpool consider a stay at Baltic Triangle Business And Leisure Apartment apartment in Baltic Triangle district which features complimentary parking and free private parking.
Printworks Hotel, as well as The Liverpool Inn Hotel, are two accommodation options worth checking out near Lark Lane and not far from the city center of Liverpool. If you're traveling to Liverpool to visit Philharmonic Hall, there are 43 good hotels close by, such as Hampton By Hilton Liverpool City Centre and 62 Castle Street.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Liverpool
If you're looking to pamper yourself with a bit of luxury in Liverpool then enjoy the hospitality of The Nadler Liverpool in Liverpool where you can enjoy a casino and a golf course. Hope Street Hotel is a charming choice of a boutique hotel that is set less than a 15-minute walk from The Cavern Quarter.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you are visiting Liverpool with their families, book an apartment next to Lark Lane, such as Albert Court, Campus Living Villages and Atlantic Apartments. If you're looking for a homey place to stay, consider Albany Apartments B&B apartment, situated beside Sefton Park Palm House. Lord Nelson is family-friendly accommodation situated within walking distance to Kingdom. Aparthotel Adagio Liverpool City Centre is a popular resort to stay in Liverpool, it comes with a Jacuzzi and a night club as well as views of the lake.
City Guide: Discover the best of Liverpool
Liverpool is the home of Beatlemania.
This compact city could hardly dream of the fame worldwide brought to Liverpool by a group of four young lads who became pop music pioneers. The birthplace of the legendary The Beatles, Liverpool is still thrives on the fortunes of these guys who propelled the city to the heights of the popular music scene.
On your trip to Liverpool you can relive this story again. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Liverpool to one abundant with luxuries all available at Booked.net. Our listings include maps, photos and secure forms to book your stay in advance.
Whether you are a Beatles fan or not, in Liverpool there is too much to cover in one stay. You should start in the city with its Georgian-style Chinatown, the oldest of its kind in Europe and move on through a cluster of Victorian buildings and the world-class Albert Dock restored in the 1980s. Regarded as a second-to-none attraction in the city, Albert Dock is followed by the Merseyside Maritime Museum and the Tate Liverpool.
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For its full range of culture from Gothic cityscape to single baroque examples, Liverpool won the ranking of the European Capital of Culture for 2008 that drew millions to the city. For instance, its Paradise Street attracted more than £920 million for its development, while the entire waterfront in Liverpool is designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.
But fun in Liverpool is not limited to culture only as the city boasts of the world-class football clubs like Liverpool and Everton. You can indulge in football along with other sport fans flocking the city. But this is not enough about iconic draws in Liverpool as the city attracts legions of the Beatles' fans with its Beatles-related museums and galleries. In addition, there is even the International Beatles Week held every August to celebrate the legendary band and its contributions to global music.
In fact, Liverpool's strong links to music obscured its true essence. At a close look Liverpool is not only a tourist playground, but the source of the Industrial revolution in England and its powering engine mainly sustained through shipping of textiles, cotton and sugar. It is in 1960s that its grimy urban sprawl was disturbed by the explosion of pop.
From a birthplace of global pop to its industrial face, Liverpool is up to you and you can hit it easily with Booked.net.