Hotels in Merseyside

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Average price in Merseyside:$109/night
Cheapest price found:$31/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Friday
$83 - $159
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$92 - $146
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The Bold Hotel, BW Signature Collection
8.9 Excellent
583 Lord Street, Southport, United Kingdom
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0.3 mi from city centre, Southport, ENG, United Kingdom 

Boasting a bowling alley, The Bold Hotel is located in Southport and provides charming accommodation. It is ideally positioned for guests wanting to sightsee in the area.

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Gateway Lodge
9.4 Excellent
1 Speke Church Road, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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7.1 mi from city centre, Liverpool, ENG, United Kingdom 

Gateway Lodge provides a comfortable setting while in Liverpool. Those staying at the property can also take advantage of free Wi-Fi during their stay.

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Printworks Hotel
7.6 Good
13 Renshaw Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.7 mi from city centre, Liverpool, ENG, United Kingdom 

Situated less than a 10-minute walk from Queen Square Bus Station, Print Works Hotel provides guests with a convenient base while visiting Liverpool. This hotel is set in the heart of the city.

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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Spa Liverpool
8.0 Excellent
6 Sir Thomas Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.2 mi from city centre, Liverpool, ENG, United Kingdom 

Located in the centre of Liverpool, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Spa Liverpool is a short walk from Queen Square Bus Station, and just a few steps from local restaurants and bars. It also offers a sauna, an indoor pool and a Jacuzzi.

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The Resident Liverpool
9.1 Excellent
29 Seel Street Merseyside, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.6 mi from city centre, Liverpool, ENG, United Kingdom 

Situated less than a 10-minute walk from Liverpool One Bus Station, the hotel offers guests a convenient base when in Liverpool. It is ideally located in the city centre.

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Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre
8.5 Excellent
One Queen Square, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.4 mi from city centre, Liverpool, ENG, United Kingdom 

Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre is situated amongst Liverpool's popular restaurants and eateries, just a short stroll from Queen Square Bus Station. It also offers a Jacuzzi, a private beach and a sauna.

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Heywood House Hotel, BW Signature Collection
8.5 Excellent
No. 11 Fenwick Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.2 mi from city centre, Liverpool, ENG, United Kingdom 

Heywood House Hotel is situated conveniently in Liverpool and is within a 10-minute walk of Liverpool One Bus Station. It is set in the area's vibrant nightlife district, just a short walk from Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City, Liverpool Town Hall and The Cavern Club.

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ibis Liverpool Centre Albert Dock - Liverpool One
8.0 Excellent
27 Wapping, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.7 mi from city centre, Liverpool, ENG, United Kingdom 

The hotel is located amongst Liverpool's popular shops and boutiques, just a brief stroll from Liverpool One Bus Station. It is situated a short walk from Albert Dock and Liverpool One.

Cheapest hotels in Merseyside, England

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Embassie Backpackers Liverpool
7.3 Good
1 Falkner Square, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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1.4 mi from city centre,  

Embassie Backpackers is located in Liverpool and features free Wi-Fi. It is ideally positioned for those wanting to sightsee in the area.

$19
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Euro Hostel Liverpool
8.1 Excellent
54 Stanley Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.3 mi from city centre,  

Located in the heart of Liverpool, Euro Hostel Liverpool is a short walk from Queen Square Bus Station, and provides easy access to local restaurants and bars. It also offers free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour reception and a coffee bar.

$22
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Regent Maritime Hotel
6.5 Good
58-62 Regent Road, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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2.3 mi from city centre,  

This unique 2-star hotel provides a range of accommodation options throughout the old city of Bootle. It also offers meeting rooms, a 24-hour reception and an express check-in and check-out feature.

$30
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Tl Liverpool Ctl Exchange St
8.2 Excellent
38 Exchange Street East, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.1 mi from city centre,  

Travelodge Liverpool Central Exchange Street Hotel provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in Liverpool. It also offers wireless internet, a 24-hour reception and a lift.

$38
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Travelodge Liverpool Central The Strand
8.6 Excellent
The Strand Liverpool L2 0pp United Kingdom, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.4 mi from city centre,  

This cosy Liverpool hotel is located within a 10-minute stroll of Liverpool One Bus Station. It is conveniently situated in the city centre.

$43
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The Metro
9.0 Excellent
3 Portland Street, Southport, United Kingdom
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0.2 mi from city centre,  

Less than a 20-minute walk from Birkdale Railway Station, The Metro provides guests with a convenient base when in Southport. It is ideally positioned for guests wanting to discover the area's attractions.

$43
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Lord Nelson Hotel
8.3 Excellent
1 Hotham St, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.6 mi from city centre,  

Located within a 10-minute walk of Queen Square Bus Station, Lord Nelson Hotel Liverpool is an ideal base when in Liverpool. It is conveniently situated in the city centre.

$44
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Selina Liverpool
7.4 Good
56-60 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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0.8 mi from city centre,  

Centrally located, Hatters Liverpool offers easy access to Liverpool's main tourist and retail hot spots. The multiple amenities this modern hostel features include meeting rooms, free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception.

$44
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Hotel prices in Merseyside

2 stars and under
Lord Nelson Hotel
#1 Most popular

Lord Nelson Hotel

1 Hotham St, Liverpool, United Kingdom

8.3 Excellent
$44

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Campanile Liverpool
#2 Most popular

Campanile Liverpool

Chaloner Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom

7.5 Good
$52

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Embassie Backpackers Liverpool
Best value

Embassie Backpackers Liverpool

1 Falkner Square, Liverpool, United Kingdom

7.3 Good
$19

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3 stars
Signature Living At The Shankly Hotel
#1 Most popular

Signature Living At The Shankly Hotel

60 Victoria Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom

9.2 Excellent
$92

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Arthouse Hotel
#2 Most popular

Arthouse Hotel

61-69 Seel Street, 1 Arthouse Square, Liverpool, United Kingdom

8.2 Excellent
$78

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Travelodge Liverpool Central The Strand
Best value

Travelodge Liverpool Central The Strand

The Strand Liverpool L2 0pp United Kingdom, Liverpool, United Kingdom

8.6 Excellent
$43

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Aparthotel Adagio Liverpool City Centre
#1 Most popular

Aparthotel Adagio Liverpool City Centre

1 Fairclough Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom

8.6 Excellent
$80

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Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre
#2 Most popular

Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre

One Queen Square, Liverpool, United Kingdom

8.5 Excellent
$129

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The Resident Liverpool
Best value

The Resident Liverpool

29 Seel Street Merseyside, Liverpool, United Kingdom

9.1 Excellent
$69

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Where to stay in Merseyside

About Merseyside

Merseyside is a county located in North West England. The area comprises five boroughs incorporating the City of Liverpool, St. Helens, Sefton, Knowsley and Wirral. It is known as one of the friendliest and historically significant regions in the country. With world-class shopping, cultural exhibits, seaside towns, a rich maritime history and an abundance of local attractions, it’s a fascinating area to visit.

In the centre of Merseyside, sits the city of Liverpool. Its museums and cultural attractions are second to none. Highlights include the Cavern Club where The Beatles began their career, Albert Dock with museums and galleries and William Brown Street, peppered with buildings of historical significance. Visitors will be treated to incredible shopping, lively nightlife and an abundance of cultural attractions. The borough of Sefton steps away from the hustle and bustle of the city and to the seaside. One of its largest towns is Southport. The town is home to botanical gardens, a pier, Pleasureland amusement park and a Model Railway Village. Keen golfers can indulge in a round of golf at the world famous Royal Birkdale Golf Club. Visitors interested in art should head for Crosby Beach, where sculptor Antony Gormley showcases one of the most intriguing and eerie exhibits ever seen. In other areas, St. Helens is home to the famous Haydock Park Racecourse and the North West Museum of Road Transport. Wirral is an upmarket area with coastal and country parks, art galleries and luxury boutiques. Knowsley is perfect for families as it is home to the famous Knowsley Safari Park.

The easiest way to begin an exploration of Merseyside is from Liverpool. Most cities in the UK offer rail and bus transport into the city. Trains from Liverpool Central Station operate to Southport, Formby and Crosby. Buses also run from Queen Square bus station to the coastal towns and the borough of St. Helens. To reach Knowsley Safari Park and Wirral, visitors will find that trains operate from Liverpool Lime Street Station. A ferry service also runs from Liverpool Waterfront to Wirral. Renting a car is a great option for getting around, as all boroughs and attractions are well signposted. Alternatively, taxis and Uber are available.

The county of Merseyside was created in 1974 when governments merged some towns of Lancashire and Cheshire with the Liverpool area. The region is divided by the Mersey estuary, with Wirral located on the west side and the remaining boroughs to the east of the river. They are linked by two Mersey tunnels, the ferry and railway. Merseyside is a popular place for visitors of all ages, as it incorporates seaside fun, cultural attractions and city life.

Merseyside travel FAQs

Merseyside is a county located in North West England. The area comprises five boroughs incorporating the City of Liverpool, St. Helens, Sefton, Knowsley and Wirral. It is known as one of the friendliest and historically significant regions in the country. With world-class shopping, cultural exhibits, seaside towns, a rich maritime history and an abundance of local attractions, it’s a fascinating area to visit.

In the centre of Merseyside, sits the city of Liverpool. Its museums and cultural attractions are second to none. Highlights include the Cavern Club where The Beatles began their career, Albert Dock with museums and galleries and William Brown Street, peppered with buildings of historical significance. Visitors will be treated to incredible shopping, lively nightlife and an abundance of cultural attractions. The borough of Sefton steps away from the hustle and bustle of the city and to the seaside. One of its largest towns is Southport. The town is home to botanical gardens, a pier, Pleasureland amusement park and a Model Railway Village. Keen golfers can indulge in a round of golf at the world famous Royal Birkdale Golf Club. Visitors interested in art should head for Crosby Beach, where sculptor Antony Gormley showcases one of the most intriguing and eerie exhibits ever seen. In other areas, St. Helens is home to the famous Haydock Park Racecourse and the North West Museum of Road Transport. Wirral is an upmarket area with coastal and country parks, art galleries and luxury boutiques. Knowsley is perfect for families as it is home to the famous Knowsley Safari Park.

The easiest way to begin an exploration of Merseyside is from Liverpool. Most cities in the UK offer rail and bus transport into the city. Trains from Liverpool Central Station operate to Southport, Formby and Crosby. Buses also run from Queen Square bus station to the coastal towns and the borough of St. Helens. To reach Knowsley Safari Park and Wirral, visitors will find that trains operate from Liverpool Lime Street Station. A ferry service also runs from Liverpool Waterfront to Wirral. Renting a car is a great option for getting around, as all boroughs and attractions are well signposted. Alternatively, taxis and Uber are available.

The county of Merseyside was created in 1974 when governments merged some towns of Lancashire and Cheshire with the Liverpool area. The region is divided by the Mersey estuary, with Wirral located on the west side and the remaining boroughs to the east of the river. They are linked by two Mersey tunnels, the ferry and railway. Merseyside is a popular place for visitors of all ages, as it incorporates seaside fun, cultural attractions and city life.

  • Where is the best place to stay in Merseyside?

    When visiting Merseyside, consider checking out Liverpool, Southport, and Waterloo as some of the most sought after locations.

  • What are the best hotels in Merseyside?

    Travelodge Liverpool Central The Strand is a very popular hotel in Merseyside with a score of 8.6 from 49 reviews. The Resident Liverpool (9.1 from 3,939 reviews) and Hilton Liverpool City Centre (8.4 from 4,917 reviews) are also highly rated Merseyside hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.