Thursday 6 August 2020

5 hotels to book in Liverpool

Maybe it's the dawn of the 'staycation' - something that I find eye-wateringly expensive, but hey we are in a global pandemic and foreign travel is kind of out the window right now for a lot of people. I definitely don't want to travel on a plane until 2021 (no judgement if you are planning to go away, or have done so already, by the way - you do you and I applaud you for that!) so it seems like it'll be British breaks for me this year. With that in mind, I was thinking about people travelling to Liverpool; it's such an amazing city, and one I'd recommend everyone should visit. So here are 5 hotels to book in Liverpool right now!

Urbanista, Bold Street

If you're planning a girls trip or a romantic weekend, Urbanista on Bold Street is perfect - it offers rooms with multiple beds for group trips, and the decor is just stunning. The white and grey, pops of neon and so much more. The beds are some of the comfiest I've ever stayed in, and if you can bag the Secret Garden suite you'll have your own terrace area too! Bold Street is one of the best areas of the city, too, full of bars & restaurants and with easy access to train stations, shops and more. Definitely one of the most stylish hotels to book in Liverpool right now...

easyHotel, Castle Street

If you want to travel on a budget and don't mind a smaller room, the easyHotel in Liverpool is the one for you. I'm actually booked to stay here next week and I'll be writing a blog post about my experience staying in a hotel post-lockdown, so keep your eyes peeled for that. easyHotels are cheap and cheerful (I've paid £19 for a Tuesday night with free WiFi) and the hotel is really central in terms of places to eat and things to do. They're really basic rooms but if you're just there for a night or two and just plan on sleeping there, you can't go wrong!

Caro Short Stay, Parker Street

If you want or need something with a bit more space, the Caro Short Stay apartments on Parker Street are ideal. They have a kitchen-diner with a little living room, spacious bedroom and big bathroom. Bright, clean decor and really comfortable furniture paired with the central location make this a great option. There's WiFi, kitchen equipment and a lift between floors. If you're planning a few days in the city and want the option to cook for yourself, this is one of the best hotels to book in Liverpool right now.

Ibis Styles, Dale Street

I love an Ibis, and the Ibis Styles hotels are really funky. When I stayed there, the room was themed around 'Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds' which is fun if you like the Beatles - plus the hotel itself is warm, comfortable, not too small and in a good location. They pride themselves on being family-friendly with a kids' area in the lobby, bottle-warming facilities and more so it's great if you're travelling with a little one.

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Titanic Hotel, James Street

If you're visiting Liverpool and want something that ties into the history of the city, then the Titanic Hotel is a great choice. There's a spa if you want some luxury (I can vouch for the back massages) and the rooms are huge and bare brick and lovely. The hotel has a gorgeous restaurant, is well located and overall just one of the best hotels to book in Liverpool right now if you want something special!

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So there's 5 hotels to book in Liverpool right now - let me know if you're planning a trip to the city and want any recommendations. There are plenty of restaurant reviews on my blog, and here's where you can "eat out to help out" in Liverpool too!

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