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Liverpool Hotel Guide

Hotels in Liverpool

Weather, the best time to travel:

Liverpool is a city and metropolitan 283 km from London’s Northwest region, in Merseyside, England. It is the UK's sixth most populous city. Liverpool is known for its thriving culture – especially its arts and music scene. As a port city, it has a diverse population from a wide range of cultures, including Scandinavia, Ireland, and Wales. Located atop the Liverpool Bay of the Irish Sea, Liverpool experiences a moderate oceanic climate with mild to warm summers, cool winters and rainfall throughout the year. Spring is from March to May with temperatures ranging from 9°C to 17°C. Summer extends from June to August and the days are comfortably cool and pleasant with 6-10 days of rainfall in a month. Fall starts from September and ends in November with high temperatures ranging from 8°C to 18°C. Due to the weather conditions, it gets less crowded during Autumn. And, if you want to avoid the crowd and expensive hotel prices, this is the best time to visit Liverpool other than Christmas time. It gets very cold during the winter in Liverpool. 

Airport / nearby airport:

Liverpool is an industrial capital and a major seaport and is served by Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL). This airport is highly accessible and one can easily reach the city centre by using frequent and convenient public transport links. Serving more than 5 million passengers each year, the airport is quite modern. It is located within the city on the banks of the River Mersey, 12 km southeast from the city centre. Transportation means available are underground trains (Merseyrail), taxi, city bus or coach (National Express). However, the buses are the most convenient option and Arriva Buses operate services to and from the airport. The AirLink 500 or Arriva 86A bus goes to the city centre, Liverpool One Bus Station every 30 minutes, and takes about 25 minutes, with a single ticket price for £3.00.


Liverpool has so many transports means to get around the city, including underground subway(Merseyrail), Light Rail, ferries, double-decker buses, coach bus, CitySightseeing bus and the airport express. While double-decker buses offer a quick, convenient, and cheap way with plenty of sightseeing opportunities, the underground trains are a popular means for natives to travel to and from central Liverpool. The Mainline rail services in Liverpool connect the city with the rest of England and are centred on Lime Street station in the city centre. The Northern Line (Merseyrail) serves between parts of North and South Liverpool and local trains travel across the city underground. The boats are also considered as the best way to get around without getting caught in the traffic. You can also take a taxi or hire a car to get around the city. Most locals and tourists prefer to ride a bike which is an economical and convenient option.

How to Get to Liverpool:

Named after the legendary Beatles band member, the Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL) serves the city of Liverpool. It is located about 12 km away to the south of the city centre. You can be sure to find direct flights to Liverpool on most days. When travelling from anywhere to Liverpool, you will arrive at the Liverpool John Lennon Airport, which is the only airport in the city. KLM, Philippines Airlines, Emirates, Flybe Airlines, British and Aer Lingus are the popular airlines that service this airport. For instance, when you are travelling to Liverpool from London, Scoot, EasyJet or WizzAir provide daily flights on this route. It takes 7 hours on average and costs about £128 for a one-way ticket. If you want to get cheap flights to Liverpool, make sure to book your flights a few months in advance. 

 Hotel info, prices for different hotel range: 

The hotels in Liverpool that are located in the posh and popular neighbourhoods like City Centre, Albert Dock, RopeWalks and Hope Quarter will cost you around £80 to £100 per night on an average. This is an average estimated cost for a 5-star hotel that offers excellent services. If you are aiming to get any Liverpool Hotel deals or cheap hotels in Liverpool you need to visit places like Albert Dock. In these places, you will find hotel deals between £30 to £60. A decent 3-star Liverpool hotel will cost you anywhere between £35 to £60. And, to book Liverpool Hotels of the 4-star category, you need to spend around £80 and £130. As you go beyond that budget for Liverpool Hotel deals, you can find the most luxurious and high-end hotels which will cost you at least £100 or even more. 

Liverpool Tourist Information: 

Top Tourist Attractions in Liverpool:

Being the cultural capital of England, there are so many exciting and amazing Liverpool attractions to explore. 

For the Beatles fans, you will be amazed to be able to experience the 60s vibe with The Beatles Story. It offers a walk-through adventure where you will be able to find out everything there is to know about the band. You can also get Beatles merchandise here. Sefton Park is 250 acres green haven Victorian Palm House and lush green gardens, is a perfect place for a lazy afternoon. 

Liverpool Cathedral, the city's most popular attraction, is something you shouldn’t miss to see. You can see the highest Gothic architecture in the world with beautiful stained glass windows and vibrant art exhibitions inside this cathedral. 

The city centre is also filled with many interesting places like the Merseyside Maritime Museum, St. George’s Hall and World Museum Liverpool. Don’t forget to visit the fancy downtown area of Albert Dock that has numerous museums and art galleries in Liverpool to get a full experience of all that Liverpool has to offer. 

Top food places in Liverpool:

When you are taking a trip to this iconic city of Liverpool, you might not wanna miss out on its amazing delicacies. For a delicious brunch fine fix of caffeine, head over to the Bold Street. Famous for its fine shops and cafes that serve delicious breakfast, bakery items, vegan dishes, and brioche buns, this place is the best hangout area for locals in the City Centre. This place also has many places for cheap eats and casual dining options. 

Wood Street is another great place filled with cafes to get a taste of the rich flavour of espresso after a day of wandering around the city centre. Falkner Street has some of the best restaurants serving European and Asian delicacies. This vibrant street also has some very lively pubs and bars.

Liverpool has the UK’s largest open-air shopping centre, called Liverpool ONE that has more than 170 shops, bars and restaurants right in the city centre, where each store has a distinct look. This place has high street shops, quirky independent boutiques, and many decent places to eat and drink. 

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