Sometimes when you’re visiting a new city, picking a hotel is just as important as the things you do while you’re there. If you’re looking for somewhere a little bit different stay, then we think this list of 7 hotels in Liverpool city centre might be just what you need!


Hard Days Night

The Beatles themed hotel is a stones throw away from Liverpool One and oozes Liverpool spirit. Inspired by the fab 4, Hard Days Night Hotel is one of the cities most popular spots for international visitors as it’s located next to the iconic Mathew Street.

Mal Maison

Mal Maison have hotels across the country so it’s highly likely you’ve heard of and possibly even stayed at one of the boutique hotels before. The reason it makes the cut for us, though, is that as well as being in a great location, the on-site restaurant (Chez Mal) is one of our favourite places to eat.

Hope Street Hotel

Hope Street Hotel is located on Hope Street (fairly obvious…) at the quieter end of town, the Georgian Quarter. This independently owned boutique hotel is a favourite of the Liverpool football team so you can often find the crowds gathering outside to catch a glimpse! The rooms have a Manhattan loft feel to them and ooze luxury.

The Nadler

The Nadler is located in the heart of Liverpools night life quarter, Concert Square and has over 100 stylish rooms. The hotel has loads of exclusive offers available with lovely bars and restaurants in the area making sure their guests get the best out of their stay.

Aloft Liverpool

Aloft Hotel is probably our favourite hotel in the city in terms of appearance. The building is a true representation of the architecture in Liverpool. Aloft have maintained the original features whilst giving it the love and care it needs to bring it up to date.

Easy Hotel Liverpool

If you’re looking for something at the lower end of the pricing spectrum, but don’t want to sacrifice location and style, then Easy hotel Liverpool is the perfect choice. You’ll find it on Castle Street along with some of the cities finest restaurants.

Lock & Key Boutique Hotel

Last on our list is the hugely anticipated Lock and Key Hotel on Duke street, right in the heart of the boho area of town.  Lock and Key bar opened late 2017 and has been a favourite with locals since. The intimate setting is perfect for couples and friends alike who want to sit, relax and enjoy good food, drink and music (and possibly judge people who walk by). Keep an eye on The Scouse Diaries for more details of the hotel coming soon!


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