Hotels in Liverpool, United Kingdom
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- Liverpool City Center
- Anfield Road Stadium
- Liverpool ONE
- Echo Arena Liverpool
- Royal Birkdale Golf Club
- University of Liverpool
- Cavern Club
- Aintree Racecourse
- O2 Academy
- Liverpool Empire Theatre
- ACC Liverpool
- Royal Liverpool University Hospital
- Knowsley Safari Park
- Goodison Park
- Philharmonic Hall
- Southport Pier
Best hotels in Liverpool
This Merseyside, England city is famous for football, The Beatles and its vibrant nightlife, and was crowned the European Capital of Culture in 2008. Business visitors, tourists and football fans will find plenty of Liverpool hotels at the city center, as well as at Chinatown, the Docks and elsewhere around the area. Hotels.com's hotel comparison and booking website makes it easy to find the perfect Liverpool accommodation. You can read reviews posted by previous guests for an idea of what to expect. Hotels.com also provides several photos of rooms and facilities of each hotel for a clearer picture of each listing. A map marks the exact locations of every hotel, so you can plan how to arrive and get around town, and learn other details such as WiFi availability, hotel restaurants if any, parking etc. to make an informed decision.
What is Liverpool Like?
Liverpool is vibrant and full of history and culture. The local, also known as scousers after the 'scouse' stew that was adapted from northern sailors to Liverpool's important old port, are known for their wit and passion for football. The culture is cosmopolitan, and there are plenty of UNESCO World Heritage Sites like the Pier Head Waterfront, Albert Dock on the river Mersey, and others. Museums like the Museum of Liverpool, galleries like the Walker Art Gallery and the famous Tate Liverpool, and the Liverpool F.C. Museum at Anfield stadium are only a few of the other must-sees. A Mersey Cruise is a must-do, and the Liverpool Cathedral will give you a glimpse of one of Britain's most spectacular cathedrals. Finding a place to stay in one of England's most unique, with Liverpool hotels welcoming tourists with open arms. Of course Penny Lane and other Beatles-related attractions need no introduction.
Fitting in, in Liverpool
The easiest way to fit in with the Liverpudlians is to talk about football, though understanding the local accent could be difficult. Liverpudlians love heated discussions about the two teams; Liverpool and Everton. People are friendly, and love to talk. They'll be more than willing to answer questions, especially in a bar or pub, and more so if you're a tourist. Don't visit Liverpool with preconceived notions about its reputation: look beyond the iconic tourist sites and you'll find plenty of warmth and wit to carry back with you as memories. Have a drink with the Kopians, a local slang for football fans named after the famous Spion Kop stand at Anfield, and you'll very likely make some friends. Book your Liverpool hotels with Hotels.com and start planning your trip.
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