Looking for somewhere to stay that tells a story? Liverpool has hotels filled with history and heritage, whether that’s a music themed hotel to simply beautiful spaces, you can find a space that’s truly special to start your Liverpool adventure in.




Liverpool has not one but two Titanic Hotels. Registered in the city, and carrying its name on her stern, Liverpool and the Titanic were closely linked (in fact there’s a special exhibit about the connections at the Merseyside Maritime Museum).

The Titanic Hotel Liverpool is built on what was once a bustling port at Stanley Dock. An old rum and tobacco warehouse (which inspired the name of the hotel’s conference and exhibition centre) and built in 1846, the old dockside has been lovingly restored. With huge rooms covering 56sq metres, the hotel is a slice of luxury. Original features have been kept and restored, so it’s a hotel with enormous character.

Over at 30 James Street is a striking building which was once the headquarters of the White Star Line, where the Titanic was registered. With themed floors and a “cabin” like feel, the hotel offers views over the waterfront and River Mersey.




Nestled in the heart of Wirral’s countryside, under an hour from Liverpool city centre, is the Hillbark Hotel and Spa. In a sumptuous Grade II listed building it is the UK’s smallest five star hotel. A celeb favourite, especially when the Open Golf Championship is in town, it’s a stunning place to stay.

A short distance away is the Leverhulme Hotel, in the historic Port Sunlight Village. Just a twenty minute train ride from Liverpool Central, Port Sunlight was created by William Hesketh-Lever as a home for his Sunlight soap factory workers in 1888. A four star hotel featuring a fine dining restaurant and a spa, it’s the perfect place to relax.



Architectural wonders

Liverpool’s a place of beautiful buildings. For a striking stay opt for Aloft Liverpool, in the city’s Royal Insurance Building in the Commercial District. This baroque style building was built in 1896 as the head office of the Royal Insurance Company. The architects added detail to the building to suit its tenants; on the front is a frieze depicting themes relating to insurance. Many of the building’s original features remain, so look up when you arrive.

Nearby at Hatton garden is The Richmond. Formerly a transport building the space has been restored and decadently transformed. With high ceilings and grand staircases it’s a building with plenty of character.




The Hard Day’s Night Hotel is the world’s only Beatles inspired hotel, and where better than in the heart of Liverpool, and just a stone’s throw from the famous Cavern Club and Mathew Street. A four star hotel in a Grade II listed building with over 110 individually designed rooms, it nods to the building’s character while celebrating the Fab Four. Beatles artwork adorns the walls and the dedicated staff offer a memorable stay. Make sure you look up when you’re outside to see the four Beatles’ statues on the front of the hotel itself.

For more ideas, visit our accommodation section.


Titanic Hotel
All of the rooms at the Titanic Hotel offer bed linen that is of the highest quality

The Titanic Hotel is part of the redevelopment of the historic Stanley Dock.

30 James Street
Rooms at 30 James Street Hotel are themed by floor - The Cabins, Fortune, London, New York, Oceanic and Titanic

Signature Living's latest venture, offering the perfect location, unparalleled luxury and classic grandeur.

Aloft Liverpool
Aloft hotel features ultra-comfortable platform beds

Aloft Liverpool offers an unforgettable stay in the heart of the city. Rates start at £59 per night.

Richmond Hotel - Best Western Premier Collection
The hotel features a range of air-conditioned accommodation, with Hotel Rooms, Suites and Apartments

The Richmond Hotel & Spa is a centrally located four-star accommodation provider, situated in the up-and-coming area of Hatton Garden.

Hard Days Night Hotel
Hard Days Night Hotel

This fantastic deluxe boutique hotel is a converted Grade II listed building, retaining all the character of its original form.


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