Family Friendly Hotels in Liverpool

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Family friendly travelling in Liverpool

Most popular areas in Liverpool for family-friendly hotels

You’ll find some good family-friendly hotels right in the very center of Liverpool. Staying here means you’ll have many of the city’s main attractions within walking distance including an excellent selection of museums and galleries. Liverpool’s old docks, a short walk from the city center, is another place to find family-friendly accommodation. The docks have been extensively refurbished over the years and Albert Dock, in particular, is home to a variety of attractions such as the Beatles Story and the Merseyside Maritime Museum.

Top family-friendly hotels in Liverpool

Adjacent to Liverpool’s main rail terminus, Lime Street Station, the Holiday Inn Liverpool City Centre is hard to beat for convenience. Accommodation and food are free for children under 17 sharing with parents. The Radisson Blu Hotel Liverpool is set in a modern building on the edge of the city center and it has an indoor pool for family swims. Under-16s stay for free in their parents’ room. Hotel Indigo Liverpool City Centre is near many of Liverpool’s principal attractions. The hotel has spacious family rooms in the shape of 2 interconnecting double rooms.

Where to find the best restaurants in Liverpool

The city center is a good place to find dining options that will suit families. There’s a selection of internationally branded fast food restaurants and you’ll also find cafés, which are a good option for breakfasts and lunches. More dining options are available around the old docks where you’ll find family-friendly restaurants offering either separate children’s menus or child-friendly portions. Some of the city’s museums also have cafés offering children’s menus, so you can combine family entertainment with a relaxing snack or meal.

The most popular things to do in Liverpool

Liverpool’s Walker Art Gallery has an outstanding collection of artworks from right back in the 13th century until the present day. Admission is free and the museum’s café offers a children’s menu. The museum also has a children’s Gallery, Big Art for Little Artists, which has supervised activities for children under 9. The Merseyside Maritime Museum offers a children’s menu in its restaurant. The Sea Urchin’s Play area for under 9s offers free activities including dressing up and crafts. If you’ve got little ones with you’ll be happy to know that changing facilities are available, and there’s also pram storage. Children will love The Wheel of Liverpool, a 192-foot Ferris wheel in the center of the city. The wheel’s enclosed capsules slowly rotate giving passengers spectacular views across the city and the Mersey.

Best ways to get around Liverpool

Liverpool has a good public transit system, which includes buses, urban trains and ferries on the River Mersey. Saveway tickets give unlimited travel on buses, trains, and ferries for one day at all times except during the weekday rush hour. You can buy Saveway tickets in many shops or at travel centres located in Liverpool ONE and Queen Square bus stations, where you can also get information about routes and schedules. Liverpool even has Uber cabs, as well as conventional taxi services.

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