Places to stay in Liverpool
From big-name brands to quirky independents, posh hostels to luxury hotels, city-centre boltholes to country mansions, Liverpool city region has it all when it comes to places to stay. Whether you choose a hotel, B&B, serviced apartment or hostel, you’ll be sure of a warm welcome.
Liverpool is a small city 32 kilometres southwest of the Sydney CBD. It’s part of the Greater Sydney region while also being a unique cultural hub with its own identity. Whether you’re coming for work, a relaxing stay or just to explore a little more of Sydney than the main tourist sites, you'll find just the perfect place for you to stay.
Liverpool is a vibrant cultural scene, lovely Liverpool has something for everyone! Treat yourself to a luxurious stay at the cutting-edge Radisson Blu Hotel in the city centre or the Village Hotel or Hilton Liverpool. You can choose from many of citiy's budget hotel and guset houses like Albion Guest House, Ellan vannin, Soccer Suite etc. While you’re there, take a cruise on the River Mersey, stroll around the UNESCO-listed waterfront, enjoy world-class shopping, experience Tate Liverpool and take in a thrilling football game!
Liverpool is famous for its Merseyside Beat, the Beatles, its football teams and its ferries. It’s a bold daring port city, bursting with colour and culture and its story has been one of great ups and downs. Liverpool has a maritime history of over 800 years and for centuries the economy was centred on the docks. It grew into a major port for the British Empire, trading with the Far East, West Indies and Africa while at the same time it was successfully selling its cotton to the expanding textile factories in Manchester and Lancashire. When the industrial revolution hit the mills and shipping favoured container ships, the docks went from great loud and productive powerhouses to still ghostly warehouses, and Liverpool’s economy went into decline.