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Most popular areas in Liverpool for 4-star hotels

You’ll find a choice of 4-star hotels in Liverpool’s center, which combines modern architecture with some splendid Victorian buildings, many of which have been restored in recent years. There are also some good options just to the south of the city center in the Georgian Quarter. Liverpool’s old docks also offer some attractive accommodation options. Lodging there means you’ll have many of the city’s principal attractions on your doorstep. Just across the River Mersey is Birkenhead, with good access to the city center and a selection of hotels.

Top 4-star hotels in Liverpool

On the northern edge of the city center, the Radisson Blu Hotel Liverpool is set in a contemporary building and offers views across the Mersey from rooms on the upper floors. The impressive rooms have contemporary, designer decor. Hotel Indigo Liverpool City Centre is right in the heart of things. This modern, boutique-style hotel has great amenities including fine dining at the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, Bar & Grill. The Crowne Plaza Liverpool is set in the docks area, overlooking the River Mersey, and its comfortable guestrooms have stylish furnishings.

Where to find the best restaurants in Liverpool

Liverpool’s city center has a good choice of restaurants with a variety of international cuisines on offer such as Japanese, Italian, and Chinese. The old docks area is another place where you’ll find some excellent eateries with everything from modern British to contemporary Mediterranean cuisine on offer. It’s also worth heading to the Georgian Quarter where you’ll find Pan-Asian, French, and Indian restaurants. More dining options are to be found just across the Mersey in Birkenhead, including Greek and Thai restaurants.

The most popular things to do in Liverpool

Visit the World Museum, set in a splendid example of Neo-Classical architecture from the Victorian era. Its entrance features a sweeping stone staircase leading up to an imposing Grecian portico. Opened in 1853, the museum is dedicated to natural history, science, and technology. Down at the waterside, you’ll find the Three Graces, Liverpool’s pride and joy. These are 3 magnificent buildings from the Edwardian era, when Liverpool’s prosperity was at its height thanks to international trade. If you’re in Liverpool, you’ll be thinking about the Beatles, and you can immerse yourself in the tale of the band at the Beatles Story, a museum dedicated to the Fab Four. Set in the beautifully restored Albert Dock, the museum exhibits memorabilia and photographs and has a replica of the Cavern nightclub, where the band started their career.

Best ways to get around Liverpool

You can get around Liverpool via the comprehensive network of buses that serve the city, on the regular overground train services, and by water on the passenger ferries that sail on the River Mersey. Buy a Saveway ticket for unlimited single-day travel on buses, ferries, and trains during the week – the only restriction is that you can’t use it during morning rush hour. You can buy tickets in shops or at Travel Centres located in Liverpool ONE and Queen Square bus stations. Uber cabs operate in the city and conventional taxis are available.

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