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Discover the many charms of this vibrant city when you book an unforgettable stay at one of our luxury hotels in Liverpool. Within easy reach of the city centre, you will have access to all the most famous sights as well as a wealth of boutique shops.

Things to do in the Liverpool

Whether you’re a fan of music, sport, culture or history, you will always find things to do in Liverpool. From historic buildings to the vibrant nightlife, there is a wealth of gems scattered throughout the city that will make your stay here one to remember.

Out and About

Maybe you could enjoy a day at the races during your hotel break in Liverpool. Aintree Racecourse has undergone a £35 million redevelopment and there are many races that take place during the year, including the world-famous Grand National.

Theatre lovers will be pleased to hear that there are many theatres dotted around the city of Liverpool. The Empire, 02 Academy and the Everyman are among the popular theatres as well as The Playhouse, Echo Arena, Philharmonic Hall and St George’s Hall. From well-established musicals to alternative fringe festivals, there is something to suit everyone’s taste.

Shopping is a must when visiting Liverpool. If you can’t wait to hit the stores on your hotel break, you will find every shop imaginable in the impressive Liverpool One. But if you prefer to avoid the hustle and bustle of the city centre, wander down to the Albert Dock, where you will find so much more. 

There is a wide choice of bars and restaurants for different palates or you could idle away the hours around the museums and galleries. Most famously, the Beatles Story gives an insight into the history of this phenomenal pop group.

Why not explore the city by boat and enjoy a relaxing cruise? This is a great way to see Liverpool’s waterfront, which has been granted UNESCO World Heritage status. If you like to see wonderful architecture, you will be in your element in Liverpool as it has countless historic buildings that are famous for their design and rich past. The Royal Liver Building is arguably the most recognised along with Liverpool Cathedral, the Port of Liverpool Building and Albert Dock.

For anyone who likes to socialise in the evening, the city is brimming with clubs, bars and restaurants. At night time the city really comes to life and is a bustling hotspot where you can dance the night away.