There’s no shortage of hotels in Liverpool, but you don’t have to go far to find something a bit more stylish than a Travelodge.
Our guide ranges from classic buildings steeped in history, to more modern and eye-catching structures, all with their own unique qualities. You might have been to Liverpool, but you’ve never seen it like this before.
Here’s our expert guide to some of the most luxurious, must-stay destinations in this beautiful city.
Titanic Hotel, Stanley Dock, Regent Rd, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 0AN - Visit now
The Titanic Hotel, situated on Stanley Dock, is a fifteen-minute walk from central Liverpool. The rooms are as elegant as you’d expect from a hotel named after one of the swankiest ships in history. This is the very definition of a special occasion destination, and one you owe it to yourself to try at least once.
The Nadler Liverpool Hotel, 29 Seel St, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 4AU - Visit now
The Nadler is chic, surprisingly affordable and situated right in the heart of the city, meaning you’re merely a hop, skip and jump away from everything you need. Dubbed as ‘affordable luxury’, the four star rooms include a mini-kitchen, and the hotel can provide exclusive offers at local restaurants and bars.
30 James Street – Albion House, Corner of James St & The Strand, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 1DD - Visit now
If you fancy spending the night immersed in a bit of Liverpudlian history, pay a visit to 30 James Street, ‘Home of the Titanic’. There you’ll find rooms themed around the infamous liner’s opulent first class cabins (only without any pesky icebergs). You’ll be in sight of Pier Head and ‘the three graces’, one of Liverpool’s most impressive architectural gems.
Epic Apart Hotel, 25-27 Seel Street, Manchester, Merseyside, L1 4AU - Visit now
The Epic Apart Hotel offers 14 serviced apartments – and is bang-slap in the middle of the Ropewalks district, right behind FACT. There’s a 24-hour reception service, and the elegantly-appointed rooms come with a range of kitchen, dining and lounge areas.
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