Cheap hotels in Liverpool
Liverpool is a great place for those who want to learn about the Beatles, stroll through the many museums or head straight to Anfield for a big match. Since you most likely won’t be spending too much time in your hotel, why not find a budget hotel that is in a great location and can save you a few pounds while you are at it.
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Travel Lodge Central the Strand is centrally located directly across from Albert Dock and next to One Shopping Centre. Though the rooms are small, only paying £32 a night might be a decent tradeoff for you. There is limited space for luggage though so it might not be the best place if you are hoping to spend a good few nights in the city.
Those of you who have a vehicle or will be renting one may want to look into Days Inn Liverpool City Centre. There is a secure underground car park available for guests and it is conveniently located within walking distance of the docks. This means easy access to the city centre with great restaurants nearby. The rooms here have a modern look and are clean with prices starting at just £42 per night.
Britannia Adelphi Hotel is a beautiful and historical building that is within walking distance of the Clayton Square Shopping Centre. It is just a 3 minute walk from Liverpool Lime Street train station and is near the Liverpool Playhouse. While the rooms are not the best for £44 per night, this is another ideal place for those looking to stay in the city centre for a reasonable amount.
The Nadler Liverpool was another old historic building that has been transformed into a boutique hotel right downtown. Unlike the other hotels, each room here contains a mini-kitchen in the room allowing guests to save a few more pounds and do their own cooking instead of having to eat out. There is no bar or restaurant on-site, so some may find this an extremely convenient way to save money. With rooms starting at £49 per night, this place offers clean small rooms, friendly staff and decent Wifi.