Liverpool three most expensive and opulent hotels

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Get to know the three most luxurious hotels in Liverpool, places where elegance and glamor are present

Liverpool three most expensive and opulent hotels

The landscape of the city has changed drastically in recent years since the city was named the European city Capital of Culture in 2008. Now it is a cultural center full of museums, galleries, excellent restaurants and fantastic night life. But where would you stay to appreciate all that Liverpool has to offer?  full offer? Pamper yourself and book in one of the best hotels in the city. From stunning rooms to beautiful spas, from world-class restaurants to incredible views from penthouse suites, here are my Favorite luxury hotels in Liverpool.

Unique luxury hotel located within a UNESCO World Heritage Site

1.Titanic Hotel

One of the best hotels in Liverpool, the Titanic is where you can be sure of a great stay. what it was once a depot at Stanley Dock serving the port of Liverpool is now a stunning luxury hotel, part of a huge redevelopment with the aim of breathing new life into this fantastic UNESCO World Heritage Site. The location is perfect, the sea is located just ten minutes walk from the city center and therefore offers the best of both worlds - easy access to the hustle and bustle of shopping and nightlife, but in a quieter and most decadent to come back to after a busy day.

The rooms are among the best in Liverpool - luxurious beds, flat screen TVs, premium toiletries and excellent
Views of Stanley Pier. However, my advice is if you have a few extra hours, don't waste it between the Egyptian cotton sheets, and head to the thermal suite of the hotel & spa, Maya Blue Wellness. Located below the Stanley Basin, the surroundings are stunning, and the Twilight wellness package is on my list the next time I visit: treatments, access to the thermal suite, and two Of course, dinner at the hotel's bar and grill. Whichever package you choose, don't leave without trying a luxurious foot bath - I promise you won't regret it.

Luxurious interiors and stunning views of Liverpool famous waterfront

Luxurious interiors and stunning views of Liverpool's famous waterfront

2. On Calle Santiago 30 is one of the most beautiful buildings in Liverpool, the fantastic combination of red brick and white stone is very decorative next to the most modern structures built in the last years. It is the former home of the White Star Line Shipping Company. Hence the hotel's motto, "The Home of the Titanic" and Signature Living Collection have done a good job of preserving vintage luxury associated with first-class cruises. For the ultimate in luxury, book the Presidential Suite. It has a bed sleeps six comfortably and a double steam room.

Now, the north is not known for its good weather - 20 degrees is a hot day for us - but if decide to stay at 30 James Street, even if the sun isn't shining, head to the Carpathia Champagne hotel & spa Bar & Restaurant located upstairs. The balcony has some of the best views in Liverpool, including The Three Graces - the Royal Lever Building, the Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building - in Spring head. Try to schedule cocktails or dinner as the sun goes down for a truly fantastic experience.

Luxurious rooms in a Grade II listed building right in the heart of Liverpool

3. Hard day night hotel

If you are looking for a luxury hotel in Liverpool with a slightly more festive touch, Hard Day?s Night Hotel
is the perfect place for you. If you haven't guessed it by name yet, the decor is inspired by the Beatles and celebrates their incredible careers and the impact they had on the city.

Located in the beautiful Grade II listed Central Buildings (look for the Beatles standing proudly on the
outside the building), the rooms are luxurious and feature specially commissioned Beatles-inspired designs.
artwork If you want to immerse yourself in a little stargazing, head down to the floor where the event is taking place are the pavilions and see how many famous faces you can recognize on the wall of photos. They all are
former guests of the hotel, which shows how attractive it is for anyone looking for a great place to stay in the

But one of the best things about Hard Day's Night Hotel is its location. It's just a jump and jump from the bars and restaurants of Matthew Street and the famous Cavern Club of The Beatles, while it is also only a hotel of two  minutes walk from the Met Quarter, Liverpool's luxury shopping destination. With the perfect combination of the main brands and boutique stores, offers a sophisticated shopping experience.