Luxury Hotels in Liverpool

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Liverpool Luxury Hotels

Best areas in Liverpool for luxury hotels

You’ll find a selection of luxury hotels right in Liverpool’s center, which has a pleasing mix of contemporary buildings and lovingly restored properties from the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Staying in the center, you’ll have many of the city’s attractions within easy walking distance, including some fine museums and galleries. The old docks, which have been extensively restored in recent years, is another location for luxury hotels in Liverpool. Staying there, you’ll be right beside the River Mersey and Liverpool’s most iconic Edwardian buildings, the Three Graces.

Top luxury hotels in Liverpool

Just on the edge of the city center, the Radisson Blu Hotel Liverpool occupies an elegant modern building with 194 rooms featuring stylish furnishings. The hotel has a spa offering massages and relaxation therapies. The boutique Hotel Indigo Liverpool City Centre’s central location puts you right at the heart of Liverpool. The hotel also offers exquisite fine dining in the shape of the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, Bar & Grill. The Crowne Plaza Liverpool is in the charming old docks area and guests there can use the exclusive on-site spa and health club.

Where to find the best fine dining in Liverpool

You’ll find some great fine dining options in the docks area, with some restaurants featuring romantic views across the River Mersey. Dining options include Japanese cuisine, as well as contemporary British, authentic Italian, and Asian fusion restaurants. The city center also has its share of top-end dining and international cuisines on offer include Argentinean, modern European, and contemporary Italian. Some of Liverpool’s best eateries are in the city’s hotels, and these are well worth checking out.

The most unique things to do in Liverpool

No visit to Liverpool would be complete without a pilgrimage to the Beatles Story, a museum dedicated to Liverpool’s best-known sons. The museum includes a replica of the famous Cavern nightclub, the venue where the Fab Four started their career before they went on to conquer the world. Also highly recommended is the Walker Art Gallery, which has an outstanding collection of artworks including paintings by historic greats such as Rembrandt and Degas, and contemporary figures like David Hockney and Lucien Freud. Liverpool’s prosperity in the 19th century was founded on its position as a port of world importance. You can learn more about the history of this at the Merseyside Maritime Museum at the lovingly restored Albert Dock.

Best ways to get around Liverpool

There are a good number of taxi ranks in central Liverpool, and you can also book cabs over the phone, or hail one of the city’s black cabs on the street. If you’ve got a smartphone with you, you can use the Uber service, which operates in the city. Chauffeur driven limousines are also available for rental, and you can also hire a car.

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