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Titanic Hotel Liverpool

Most popular facilities

Spa
Free WiFi
very good Fitness Center
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
Non-smoking rooms
Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms
Bar

Hampton By Hilton Liverpool City Centre

Most popular facilities

Free WiFi
good Fitness Center
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
Non-smoking rooms
24-hour front desk
Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms
Bar

Radisson Blu Hotel, Liverpool

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1 swimming pool
Parking
Spa
Free WiFi
Family rooms
Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms
Bar

Jurys Inn Liverpool

Most popular facilities

Free WiFi
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
Non-smoking rooms
Room service
24-hour front desk
Bar

Adelphi Hotel

Most popular facilities

Parking
Free WiFi
Pet friendly
Restaurant
Non-smoking rooms
24-hour front desk
Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms
Bar

Staycity Aparthotels Liverpool Waterfront

Most popular facilities

Parking
Free WiFi
Family rooms
very good Fitness Center
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests
Bar

LIVERPOOL BREAKS

If you are a huge fan of the Beatles, then you know Liverpool!

With new hotels, two cathedrals, shopping and entertainment complexes and parks, Liverpool has become a favorite tourist hot spot… especially since Liverpool is where Beatlemania made its baby steps.

Huge Beatle fans from all over the world fly to Liverpool for the annual International Beatles Week, a 7-day celebration featuring concerts from bands all the way from Argentina to Sweden. If you are one of them, then you surely will not want to miss this extravaganza held only at Liverpool.

In The Beatles Story in Britannia Pavilion at Albert Dock, you will surely delight in looking at the memorabilia of this famous group. This museum even has a yellow submarine complete with live fish swimming past the portholes.

If you are one among those who are curious about Penny Lane and Strawberry Field, you would be surprised to know that the Beatle’s song about Penny Lane didn’t refer to the small lane itself but actually on the area at the top of the lane, the Smithdown Place. Today, though, this area has become a bustling thoroughfare for taxis and buses. Not quite the place for nostalgic memories that you have in mind.

But bear in mind though that this is the place where the great John Lennon passed by almost everyday. To get to Penny Lane and to the nearby area where John Lennon lived and attended school, head north of Sefton Park; from there Green Bank Lane leads right to Penny Lane itself. And at the junction of the roads of Allerton and Smithdown stands the Penny Lane Tramsheds… where you are standing right now, or what is left of it anyway is, John Lennon country.

But if you really call yourself only the most die-hard Beatle fan, then you might want to make the trip to Strawberry Field along Beaconsfield Road. Today, you are standing at the iron gates looking in at a children’s home ran by the Salvation Army, but in 1970, John Lennon himself played on the same grounds you are looking at.

When you are all done with immersing yourself on those Beatle sites, you can take a ride in the famous Mersey Ferry which travels from the Pier Head to both Woodside and Seacombe. If you are visiting Liverpool in the summer, you might want to take part in the summer special cruises that include trips along Manchester Ship Canal.

Then comes the fun part of every trip… shopping!

For shopping centers, drop by at the heart of Beatleland… Cavern Walks on Matthew Street or you can also choose to shop at Quiggins Center.
You can also wander through the Beatles Shop where Beatle memorabilia are all there for you to take home as your own.

If you’re into British crafts, then you will surely enjoy the Bluecoat Display Center which houses a gallery of creative pieces by some 350 British craftspeople. If art is more your type, go to Frank Green’s where you will find prints by Liverpool’s famous local artist whose work includes city secular buildings, churches and street life.
William Forbes and Thornton’s are also two great specialty shops to stop by. William Forbes specializes in nautical instruments while Thornton’s offer a sumptuous selection of continental and traditional English chocolates, toffees and mints that are sure to leave your taste buds craving for more.

At night, Liverpool will surely keep you busy. Liverpool Empire hosts stage productions like dramas, comedies, ballets and tributes while Philharmonic Hall is a great place to catch concerts by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra or by touring musicians.
If you’re craving for a Beatle night out, flock over to Cavern Club or Ye Cracke. You can even head to the Cavern Pub where many groups in England got their big break.
On the other hand, if dancing and music is more your cup of tea, Zanzibar and Baa Bar are great places to drop in.

Liverpool is also home to a number of gay bars like the Masquerade and G-Bar providing animated entertainment that will surely enliven your night away. But if you are looking for a quiet evening, The Lisbon should get you that calm atmosphere that you wanted.
For a trip that gets you the most varied entertainment day and night, come to Liverpool.
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