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Selfies in hotels are back on your Instagram feed. Boomerangs at brunches are back on the stories. Nature is healing.

There’s plenty of places to get pics for the gram in Liverpool, hotels, apartments and hostels included. 

Here’s some of the most insta-worthy places to stay in the city.

Before your visit we would always recommend checking ahead with each venue to make sure they are open and what booking systems they have in place. 


iStay has a number of apartments in the city centre that sleep between 4 and 24 guests. Their newest apartments located in Temple Court have gone viral on TikTok thanks to their light bulbed mirrors, illusion wall-art, vaulted skylight, chandeliers and modern interiors. 

Temple Court is located in Liverpool’s Cavern Quarter - a popular nightlife spot close to the world-famous Cavern Club. It is walking distance to Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool ONE and popular streets Castle Street, Bold Street and Seel Street. 

Other iStay locations include Water Street, Rodney Street and Duke Street. Visit their website here for more information. 


Lock and Key is a boutique hotel inside a beautiful Georgian Townhouse. Throughout the 14-bedroom hotel the original building features can be seen, carefully restored in each room, reception area and speakeasy style bar. 

Each room has been individually designed in partnership with House of Sloane. Think period- style decoration with a modern twist - velvet headboards, spirit trolleys, botanical wallpapers AND rainfall Burlington Showers in each bathroom. 

Lock and Key is in the heart of the city just metres from Liverpool ONE. Nightlife hive, Seel Street is just around the corner and the thriving Baltic Triangle is just a stone's throw away too. Visit their website here for more information. 


The Titanic Hotel Liverpool has bedrooms that are THREE times bigger than your average hotel room, starting at 56sqm. The 4-star hotel sits on Stanley Dock inside what was once a busy warehouse serving the port of Liverpool. 

The Victorian warehouse architecture has been preserved and is a key feature of the hotel. The rooms have the original warehouse windows,exposed brick ceilings and original metal supporting beams. The dockside rooms have insane views out onto the water and across to the colossal Tobacco Warehouse next door. 

Underground Stanley Dock is Maya Blue Wellness Spa. A thermal suite and ten treatment rooms, foot baths, experience shower, relaxation areas and a tea garden. 

Basically the Titanic is LUXURIOUS and to be honest you don’t even need to leave the hotel. Visit their website here for more information. 


There is a hot tub in the room!! The Skyline Suites, the largest rooms in the Arthouse hotel have a HUGE tub with ceiling shower, terrace and sleep up to 14 guests. Rooms have huge velvet headboards, dressing tables, mirrors and sound systems. 

Rooms at the Arthouse Aparthotel are themed on films like Rocky Horror Show, Wizard of Oz, Grease and Chicago to name a few. 

There are other themed rooms including a number inspired by Andy Warhol, the Empire room inspired by New York and the Easy Virtue room, styled in the 1920s. 

Located on Seel Street, you really couldn’t be any closer to nightlife, culture and the best of Liverpool. Visit their website here for more information.


You can spot 30 James Street Hotel from a distance. It’s a beautiful and iconic building looking over Liverpool’s Pier Head. The former headquarters of the White Star Line - the shipping line the Titanic was registered to - the hotel pays tribute to both the White Star Line and Titanic. 

Inside, you’ll be transported to the glamour experienced by those on-board the Titanic first class. 

The bedrooms have huge beds with ornate headboards and crushed velvet details. Large mirrors and dressing tables make for the perfect pre day/night out preparation. 

On the roof you’ll find Carpathia, a restaurant with an outdoor terrace that overlooks the waterfront. Visit their website here for more information. 


The Phoenix Hotel is just outside the City Centre close to the home of Liverpool Football Club - when you book a stay with them, you get a free Uber into the city each night! 

It is a recently refurbished Victorian Building, one of the oldest standing buildings in the area of North Liverpool. 

The building has been transformed into a luxurious boutique hotel. Each of the 19 rooms are contemporary and sophisticated with tasteful decor, 55” televisions with Sky TV, King Size beds, walk-in shower, built-in wardrobes and tea and coffee making facilities. 

The residents bar downstairs is the perfect place to start your night and the outdoor seating area is a sun trap on a summer's day. 

Don’t forget to get your selfie next to the Fab Four wall-art outside the hotel. Visit their website here for more information. 


You’ve never seen a prettier hostel!! The Selina in Liverpool is filled with pastel colours, florals, art and plants! Lots of plants. Inside, there’s a coffee shop, a secret beer garden and fantastic views of the city. 

The Selina is situated on Mount Pleasant a short walk from Lime Street Station and the city centre. Visit their website here for more information. 


Prestige Aparthotels is like your dream apartment, like something you create on an interior design app. Stylishly decorated, exposed brick, original beams, plants, a juliet balcony and modern open plan kitchens. The pre-drink, post day-out, social haven for you and your mates. 

Prestige has apartments in Mathew Street, Lord Street, Cavern Quarter and Stanley Street so you’re never far from the action! 

Visit their website here for more information. 


Duke Street Boutique is once again in amongst the action. Who doesn’t LOVE staying in a loft? The loft room at the tippy top of Duke St Boutique hotel has views out across the city.

If you’re coming for a special occasion you can pre-book balloon clusters, bottles of prosecco and buckets of beer to make the room look and feel even more fabulous. 

The beds are huge, perfect for if you went too hard the night before. But there’s not just that to help your head. You can pre-order a hangover kit from the hotel too!

P.S In your room, open the ‘Marshall’ amp because it’s a fridge where inside you’ll find Liverpool Gin! There’s also beer and snacks inside. (If you pre-book the not-so-mini fridge you’ll get the whole contents of the fridge at a discounted rate.)

Visit their website here for more information.


Manager of the Reds, Klopp loves it at Hope Street and you’ll see why. 

Hope Street is in the heart of Liverpool’s Georgian Quarter, bookended by our two cathedrals. The Philharmonic Hall is opposite the hotel and the famous Philharmonic Dining Rooms (with grade I listed toilets inside) is next door. Just down the street is the Everyman Theatre and the Pen Factory bar and restaurant. So if the location isn’t already enough, then wait until you see inside. 

The chic and sophisticated hotel is characterised by its pink Cheshire brick, iron pillars and pine beams. Each room has cherry and walnut bespoke furniture and solid oak floors. Beds have crisp and plump white linen. 

If you want to go all out, book a room at the top. Being at the top of Hope Street means you’re on a hill - you can see right across the city from your balcony (or hot tub). Visit their website here for more information. 



Coming soon to Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle, its first ever hotel! The revitalised, once industrial area of the city is now booming with recycling yard gin gardens, food markets, real ale and gin distilleries and plenty of colourful street art.

The hotel was once a working warehouse and its interiors will acknowledge that throughout with its edgy and eccentric decor. 

Visit their website here for more information. 

We look forward to seeing your pics on the gram. If you’re looking to book some things to do while on your stay then take a look at visitliverpool.com/getawayliverpool for some inspiration. 

Due to venues having different guidelines, booking systems and opening hours we would always recommend checking ahead with each one before your visit. 

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Lock & Key Hotel
Lock & Key Hotel

Gorgeous 14-bed boutique hotel set within a Grade-II listed Georgian townhouse in the heart of Liverpool city centre. If you like marble-clad bathrooms and amazing rainfall Burlington showers then look no further.

Hope Street Hotel
A King Sized bed with plush white bedding inside a large, bright hotel room. The walls are exposed brick and the floor is a light oak.

Hope Street Hotel is an independent 4 star boutique hotel. 147 rooms are divided between Standards, Deluxes, Studios and Suites all with an urbane and fresh, cool style.

Titanic Hotel
A large room with neutral colours, inside a converted warehouse. Exposed brick and beams can be seen on the ceiling. The bed has an extra thick mattre

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