Liverpool is a unique city, boasting rich history and culture, a vibrant nightlife, famous sports teams and unrivalled music heritage. You won’t struggle to find your fair share of Liverpool hotels to choose from, but if you’re planning a visit to Merseyside, then you’ll want to stay in a place that’s as unique as the port city itself. Here’s our pick of the most unique overnight stays in Liverpool.
A luxurious and striking hotel located right on UNESCO World Heritage Site, Stanley Dock; the Titanic Hotel is a former warehouse that’s been exceptionally transformed into a first-class place to stay. Distinguished and stylish in every way, the hotel keeps all of its character and many of its original features, such as vaulted ceilings and exposed brickwork. And, thanks to the size of the warehouse, the rooms are huge. There’s an excellent on-site spa and wellness centre, as well as a rum bar and restaurant too.
Hard Days Night Hotel
Located right in the heart of Liverpool’s Cavern Quarter, the luxury Hard Days Night Hotel is the only Beatles inspired hotel in the world. Fans of the ‘Fab Four’ will love the various exclusive pieces of Beatles artwork that’s on display around the public areas and inside the stylish rooms. The hotel has its own restaurant and cocktail bar, and the legendary Cavern Club is just across the street too.
The Joker Boat
When it comes to unique Liverpool hotels, this one has to be way up there as one of the most fun. Moored in the Albert Dock, right in the city center, The Joker Boat is a lavish, 5-star barge, themed entirely around Joker from Batman. The accommodation sleeps up to six people and features bright and stylish purple and red décor throughout. It has its own bar and grill, a fully-equipped Italian kitchen and is close to all the city’s main attractions. It’s the perfect place to stay for an unforgettable weekend away with friends.
If you’re planning a big celebration while in Liverpool, then this is the place to be. With space for up to twenty people to sleep, Morgan’s Vault provides the ultimate in luxury and extravagance. It’s built in the basements of 30 James Street, where the White Star Line vaults used to be. There’s access to a luxury pool, a dance floor, bar, sauna and steam room and it can cater for up to 150 visiting guests. Oh, and you’ll get your own concierge for the duration of your stay.
Hope Street Hotel
Ranked one of the top boutique hotels in Liverpool, the Hope Street Hotel prides itself on its individuality. Built in a former 1860s warehouse, the beautiful rooms have a white, city chic style, featuring pine beams, wooden floors and stunning open brick walls. Situated in the city’s Georgian Quarter, you’ve got the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, the Everyman Theatre and Liverpool Cathedral close by.
Which of the above unique accommodations stands out to you? Whichever one you choose is bound to add to the great experience you’ll have on a city break to Liverpool.