Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool

Guide to Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool (2024 Updated)

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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland & Wales have evolved dramatically over time.

Today, LGBT citizens have most of the same legal rights as non-LGBT citizens and the UK provides one of the highest degrees of liberty in the world for its LGBT communities, although the UK has recently fallen behind other counties in international rankings. In ILGA-Europe‘s 2015 review of LGBT rights, the UK received the highest score in Europe, with 86% progress toward “respect of human rights and full equality” for LGBT people and 92% in Scotland alone.

Liverpool has a long history of being a  gay friendly resort and in downtown we can find a few gay friendly bars as well as The Lisbon Bar or OMG Liverpool are  the most famous gay place in Liverpool, UK.

Liverpool is a maritime city in northwest England, where the River Mersey meets the Irish Sea. A key trade and migration port from the 18th to the early 20th centuries, it’s also, famously, the hometown of The Beatles. Ferries cruise the waterfront, where the iconic mercantile buildings known as the “Three Graces” – Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool Building – stand on the Pier Head.

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1. The Z Hotel Liverpool 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool

The Z Hotel Liverpool
The Z Hotel Liverpool

In the city centre and within a 10-minute walk of Liverpool ONE Shopping Centre and the port, The Z Hotel Liverpool offers compact and luxury accommodation in a contemporary design. With city views, the hotel is also within 2 minutes’ walk of Liverpool Central and Liverpool James Street railway stations.

All rooms include hand crafted beds, 40-inch Samsung HD TV with free Sky Sports and Movie channels, free WiFi and an en suite shower room with complimentary toiletries. Each room also has under-bed storage for an overnight bag, and wall-mounted hanging space for clothing. The Z Hotel Liverpool also offers wheelchair accessible rooms.

Continental breakfast is served in The Z Café every morning, including fresh croissants, pastries, cereals, fresh fruit salad and bacon rolls. A selection of salads, sandwiches and hot savoury dishes are on offer throughout the day.

A 3-minute walk from the Moorfields train station and multiple music venues in the Cavern Quarter, this budget hotel featuring sleek design elements in a converted office tower is a 0.5-mile drive from the Tate Liverpool’s art exhibitions.

Compact rooms feature in-room bathrooms separated from the bedrooms by opaque glass partitions, and include simple decor and bespoke beds, along with flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, tea and coffee making equipment, and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms add chic leather seating. Internal rooms are windowless.

A casual cafe offers breakfast and light lunches, plus champagne, wine and snacks in the evenings.

See why so many travelers make Z Hotel Liverpool their hotel of choice when visiting Liverpool. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a trendy setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.

Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Mathew Street (0.1 mi) and Royal Liver Building (0.3 mi), guests of Z Hotel Liverpool can easily experience some of Liverpool’s most well known attractions.

The rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.

Z Hotel Liverpool features a 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and express check-in and check-out. In addition, as a valued Z Hotel Liverpool guest, you can enjoy a lounge that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid public parking available nearby.

While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the cafes, including Moose Coffee, Rococo Coffee House, and Leaf, all of which are a short distance from Z Hotel Liverpool.

If you are interested in exploring Liverpool, check out one of the monuments and statues, such as Beatles statue, Cilla Black Statue, and A Case History.

Really enjoyed our stay at this hotel. Rooms are small but perfectly formed with everything you need for a busy city break. Very good location, 5 mins.walk from the waterfront attractions like the Tate Gallery or about the same in the other direction for shops. Very helpful staff and beautifully clean throughout. We went for the Tate, Walker Gallery, Cathedral, architecture etc. and the pubs for two nights but we still have things to see and will be back!

Plenty of places to eat near the hotel – the Thai that the staff recommended and which gives a discount for hotel guests was excellent. Evening wine and cheese and bacon roll for breakfast were a nice touch and I enjoyed my ‘continental’ option. It’s near the ‘Beatles’ area and there are a lot of gay venues round about so it’s busy but not threatening at night. We didn’t have any trouble with noise.

The hotel is basic but does more profess to be anything other. It’s very comfortable bed, incredibly clean, fabulous shower, so much so we’ve bought the same shower head and it’s brilliant. We used the NCP car park nearby and got the ticket swiped at hotel reception which only had us pay £18 for 3 days!!!!!!

We opted for breakfast in hotel on the last morning and it was excellent for £7 if booked in advance. The Cheese and Wine each night for hotel guests is a fabulous extra – free of charge – it really was super. Not cheap wine – choice of 4 white and 5 reds or beer. We are now planning our next Z hotel, maybe Glasgow or Bath next.

Frill free but excellent hotel, which does what it says on the tin. For those complaining about cardboard box or bathroom surely that is down to lack of research as the inside rooms clearly state no windows and the pictures on the rooms are clearly visible on here and the official website.

The rooms are smaller than normal but given the price it it excellent value, breakfast was extra £7.50 per person but with that you can also request a late 12.30 checkout, car parking was £8 per 24 hrs in the NCP if reception validate your ticket you are also entitled to a FREE glass of wine plus cheese crackers chutney olives bread Etc each night.

Tremendous value, service and room was great but we chose a queen size with window.

My Queen room was perfect size for me on my own, bed was comfy – I slept like a log! Room was equipped with the usual tea & coffee making facilities, water and a hairdryer. If I was sharing – not sure how I’d feel about the frosted glass toilet /shower cabinet?

It also had air conditioning thankfully as it was nearly 30 degrees outside. Nice touches are the Sky TV, WiFi throughout the hotel and the nightly free cheese and wine tasting. After a glass of wine, you can buy a bottle at a reduced rate or get a large glass for the price of a medium one. Special mention of the gorgeous artisan bread and chutneys that accompany the cheeses.

I didn’t have breakfast in the hotel but there is a deal if you purchase in advance. Staff are friendly and helpful and I would definitely stay again for a few days when back in Liverpool.

Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool
Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool

How much does a room costs at The Z Hotel Liverpool?

Prices start 61$/night for Double Room without Window. The Superior Queen Room is  96$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This double room features a satellite TV and air conditioning.

Where to book online – The Z Hotel Liverpool – Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool UK you can find the best hotels deals in Liverpool during Pride in Liverpool which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Liverpool on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


2. Hotel Indigo Liverpool 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool

Hotel Indigo Liverpool
Hotel Indigo Liverpool

A 10-minute walk from Lime Street Rail Station, this stylish boutique hotel has free WiFi. The hotel lobby, Cotton Lounge and Marco Pierre White Steakhouse restaurant are inspired by the local area. Albert Dock is just 16 minutes’ walk away.

The rooms at Hotel Indigo have been inspired by Liverpool’s history and culture. Each has a flat-screen TV with Sky channels, and facilities for making tea and coffee. There is also an iPod docking station, a rainfall shower, a work desk, and a mini fridge.

Guests can dine in the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill, which offers cocktails, wines and hearty food. Breakfasts are also available in the morning.

This contemporary hotel is set a 5-minute walk from Liverpool James Street train station and 1 km from Albert Dock, a complex with museums and galleries including The Beatles Story and Tate Liverpool.

The colourful, modern rooms and suites come with free Wi-Fi, TVs and iPod docks. They also include desks and mini fridges.

There’s a trendy steakhouse bar and grill, as well as a relaxed cocktail lounge. There are also fitness and business centres.

A stone’s throw away from Liverpool’s historic and vibrant waterfront, this luxury boutique hotel is located in the heart of the city. Hotel Indigo is unique and designed to reflect the local culture, character and geography of the surrounding area while the brand hallmarks of being part of the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) ensure consistent and reliable services.
Hotel Indigo isn’t just another place to stay. It’s an intriguing, inclusive, inspiring experience specifically designed for travellers who aspire to something more than run-of-the-mill accommodations. It offers 151 bedrooms coupled with excellent facilities. The hotel features cosy, airy and inviting guest rooms with oversized beds, plush bedding with throw pillows, hard-surface flooring with area rugs and signature murals.

Great location, within walking distance of all the sights and parking just a couple of minutes away. The Hotel offers a discount on the parking, so don’t forget to give them your ticket before you leave.

Each Hotel has a theme in keeping with the neighbourhood; Liverpool was at the centre of the cotton trade, and this theme is carried through the hotel and the rooms. Our room had modern furniture, bright colours with cotton reels wallpaper. The room was very clean with a lovely walk-in shower and nice fluffy towels. Very comfortable bed with good quality linen.

As well as tea, coffee making facilities, there is a fridge with complimentary water, crisps and chocolate bars, which is a nice touch. There is also a safe which is always good to have. The wardrobe is big enough to hang up your clothes and drawers for everything else. We found robes and slippers too.

There is a restaurant and you can get breakfast. We had breakfast last time but thought it was expensive and we were not really impressed with it, so didn’t bother this time.

Overall we had an enjoyable stay and can’t really fault this hotel. It offers a high standard and good value for money. We would recommend and would stay here again.

The room was big and very comfortable. Great bed and nice complimentary items in mini bar. The breakfasts were massive and very good quality and filled you up all day. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Shirley was a lovely lady serving at breakfast times. Very clean hotel.
The room was a little on the warm side though. Great big bathroom and good shower and nice toiletries to use which are replenished everyday. You get robes and slippers too.
We didn’t want to leave and will stay there again. I recommend this hotel highly. We didn’t have an evening meal at the Marco Pierre White restaurant there but it was lovely. Very modern hotel and a 5 minute walk down to the Mersey river, very central to everything. Great stay.
 The room was well maintained and spacious. The shower/bathroom was really nice. The room had a large good quality TV 2 Twin beds and all the usual facilities (Fridge, Ironing board, Iron etc etc) The beds were very comfy and there were more than enough Plug Sockets.
The Internet was average approx 45 Mbps which is very good for a hotel. The cleaners did an excellent job and couldn’t ask for more. I had the food in the Marco Pierre White Restaurant which was quite excellent I can not recommend the House Burgers enough as they were brilliant. You can order a hot breakfast or get Pastries etc. I had the Egg Benedict which had to be one of the best I have had.
Overall I found this hotel excellent.
Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool UK
Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool UK

How much does a room costs at Hotel Indigo Liverpool?

Prices start 98$/night for Double Room. The Superior Double Room is  114$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

Free WiFi and a selection of complimentary minibar items are included in each air-conditioned room. each room also has a private bathroom with rainfall shower and free toiletries.

Guests enjoy a 40% discount on food from the a la carte menu in the hotel’s Marco Pierre White Steakhouse.

Where to book online – Hotel Indigo Liverpool- Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool UK you can find the best hotels deals in Liverpool during Pride in Liverpool which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Liverpool on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


3. Heywood House Hotel, BW Signature Collection 4* – Gay Hotels Liverpool

Heywood House Hotel, BW Signature Collection
Heywood House Hotel, BW Signature Collection

Carefully restored from what was the first bank in LiverpoolHeywood House Hotel, BW Signature Collection combines original elegance with modern luxury. Located within the heart of Liverpool, WiFi is free for guests to use, and there is a 24-hour front desk.

Each air-conditioned room at Heywood House Hotel, BW Signature Collection features tea/coffee making facilities, a luxurious en suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries and a flat-screen TV.

Heywood House Hotel, BW Signature Collection is in the Brunswick area of Liverpool and just over 10 minutes’ walk from the Albert Dock, with its chic bars, restaurants and shops. St James Street Rail Station is only a 2-minute walk away. Liverpool Lime Street Station is 15′ minutes walk away. Sightseeing tickets are also available at the hotel at a discounted price.

Situated in the bustling heart of Liverpool, the Heywood House Hotel combines original elegance with modern luxury. Our hotel has been carefully restored from what was the first bank in Liverpool, blending old with new.

The hotel is surrounded by a vibrant restaurant, pub & bar scene making this hotel the perfect place to stay, enjoying great evenings out within Liverpool city center. Heywood House is a 5 min walk from the beautiful world heritage site; The Albert Docks and waterfront. Only a 5min walk to Liverpool One shopping center and a 3min walk from Matthews Street & the famous Cavern Club.

Great deal for a fabulous hotel in the heart of the city. Great location close to the Cavern quarter, Liverpool One and the waterfront. Just around the corner from James Street Railway station. Easy link from Lime St via the underground. Lovely helpful staff and the room was clean and modern. Would definitely stay again for a great city break.

The entrance is very unassuming, very easy to miss, but just around the corner from James Street station so very convenient for travel and location. The rooms are big with a huge comfortable bed, good toiletries and hospitality tray, nice decor, very clean No noise internally at all in the hotel from other guests, street outside not too bad either.

The staff were very nice and helpful, will definitely be going back, really compares well to other hotels in Liverpool that charge an awful lot more.

This hotel is very close to the main shopping centres, restaurants and tourist attractions around the old docks. It is also very close to James Street station – only a couple of stops from Lime Street.

The building is old and interesting and our room was well appointed, reasonably spacious (for a city centre hotel) and very comfortable.

The hotel is situated in a small one way street and we were unable to hear any noise at all
The room itself was quite large comfortable bed and warm bathroom was spotless and well equipped with toiletries a nice touch is the small rubber duck in the bath!

Staff are very helpful and any needs are sorted immediately Location is good short walk to the city or Albert. Loads of restaurants near by and discount is given for hotel guests.

We would have no hesitation recommending this hotel and would certainly stay there again on our next visit to Liverpool.

We had a double room that looked like a dream. Clean, lots of light and charm.

They make sure you feel relaxed and enjoy your stay. The bed was awesome, and all the toiletries first class. They even put a little rubber duck on your shower, which to me was a win-win from the PR and marketing team. It is a sign of “Hey, we’re like you. You can ask us for anything you need. We are classy but modern.

The hotel is located just around the corner (3 min walk maximum) from James St Station and is a stone’s throw away from Liverpool 1, Cavern Club, Albert Dock, Liverpool Museum, LiverBird Building, Pier Head and all the other attractions. Check in was quick and trouble free, James was very helpful and explained a few things about the hotel and where you could have breakfast in the neighbouring Alchemist Bar & Restaurant. We were allocated a room on the 3rd floor at the front of the hotel.

This is a boutique hotel, rooms are very well presented spotless clean and comfortable. Double bed, fitted wardrobes, a small seating area, a small fridge, toiletries & tea and coffee making facilities, fresh towels daily. We also had a small balcony with 2 chairs and a table so lots of space inside and out. The bed was really comfortable, noise levels were minimal and I would expect it to be louder over the weekend (we stayed Wed – Sat).

Could not fault this hotel and the location and would stay again and recommend to others.

Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool
Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool

How much does a room costs at Heywood House Hotel, BW Signature Collection ?

Prices start 96$/night for Standard Double Room. The Double Room with Balcony is  166$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This double room features a tea/coffee maker, iPod dock and air conditioning.

Where to book online – Heywood House Hotel, BW Signature Collection- Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool UK you can find the best hotels deals in Liverpool during Pride in Liverpool which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Liverpool on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


4. Quest Liverpool City Centre 4* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Liverpool

Quest Liverpool City Centre
Quest Liverpool City Centre

Set in Liverpool, near Albert Dock, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral and Liverpool ONE, Quest Liverpool City Centre features free WiFi.

Guests at the aparthotel can enjoy a continental or a à la carte breakfast.

Quest Liverpool City Centre features a gym and a business centre, which offers a fax machine and photocopier.

Popular points of interest near the accommodation include Liver Building, The Cavern Quarter and Royal Court Theatre. The nearest airport is Liverpool John Lennon Airport, 11 km from Quest Liverpool City Centre.

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Quest Liverpool City Centre brings a new standard of Apartment Hotels to the United Kingdom. Perfectly positioned in the heart of Liverpool with easy and fast access to local attractions and businesses. Quest Liverpool City Centre offers choice and convenience for both short and long stay travellers to the area.

Arrived with short notice and was pleasantly surprised from moment of arriving at check in, great location and a very deceiving entrance leads you to a welcoming reception with attentive staff to help.

We had a one bedroom apartment which has all the amenities you’d need; added laundry facilities in the room was a great bonus. Bathroom was immaculate, contemporary and sleek fittings with a very large shower was superb.

Bedroom space was ample with practical storage space and the lounge/ kitchen area was very welcoming and a great place to relax and unwind.

Super location and really nice apartments are perfect for business / pleasure.

Location was perfect, right in the city centre! Discounted parking which was less than a 5 minute walk away.

The staff were so welcoming and polite and nothing was too much trouble. Carmen in particular was lovely! She really made us feel at home!

The apartment we stayed in was great value for money and had everything you could need. You could make a full on meal if you wanted to and use the dishwasher afterwards. There’s a washing machine and dryer in the bathroom which we didn’t use but is a lovely touch if you needed it.

Checked in on Saturday and the process was seamless, the room was beautiful, bright and big, I loved the separation of the window/blinds from the living room and bedroom too!

Staff were so friendly, they even took photos of us before we went out which is such a nice gesture.

There were great facilities in the room, the fridge was nice and cold which usually is not a thing in most aparthotels! We even made some ice, the little things make such a huge difference! I will definitely be back to stay again, great location and great team!

Absolutely perfect hotel smack bang in Liverpool city centre. Great for access to everything the city has to offer.

The hotel itself is wonderful. Beautiful room, equipped with everything you need for a wonderful stay. Super King sized bed, bathroom with washer and dryer, living room and kitchen with dishwasher, fridge, microwave. Amazingly comfortable as well as bright and light, super modern.

And finally – the staff. Super friendly, helpful and couldn’t do enough for you. An asset to the hotel!
We would definitely look to stay there again for a short or long term stay.

This apartment was amazing! We had a great stay, we only stayed for 1 night but the staff were very friendly and helpful, the room was just how it described itself, it was lovely and fresh and clean with big comfy bed, a small kitchen with everything you need, a small coffee table with a double chair, a view of the Liverpool town centre, a safe which was handy to leave valuables in, a clean bathroom, lovely shower, the location was perfect for us!

Smack bang in the centre, plenty of shops and shopping centres around! Nightclubs, pubs, food, all walking distance, and also the albert dock, which is a 10min walk.

The car park was also around 10 mins away from hotel but it was a secure car park and also at the hotel if you ask the staff, they will give you a discount card to take a few £££ of your parking stay, overall this apartment/hotel was perfect, and will definitely be returning when i visit Liverpool again.

Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool
Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool

How much does a room costs at Quest Liverpool City Centre ?

Prices start 104$/night for  Studio Apartment. The One-Bedroom Apartment is  132$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This apartment features a kitchenware, washing machine and air conditioning.

Where to book online – Quest Liverpool City Centre – Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool UK you can find the best hotels deals in Liverpool during Pride in Liverpool  which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Liverpool on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


5. ibis Liverpool Centre Albert Dock – Liverpool One 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool

ibis Liverpool Centre Albert Dock – Liverpool One
ibis Liverpool Centre Albert Dock – Liverpool One

This hotel is in Liverpool city centre, opposite the Albert Dock and 300 m from the Liverpool One shopping centre. It offers affordable rooms, a restaurant, a soft drink service, a bar and affordable parking.

Rooms are decorated in light colours and feature a satellite TV, Wi-Fi access and a work desk. They include tea/coffee-making facilities, radio and a private bathroom with shower. Hair Dryers are available from reception.

Breakfast at the hotel is a hot and cold table service menu, including full-English and continental options. The restaurant is open from 17:00 to 22:00 daily and serves a variety of international dishes, whilst the bar offers light snacks.

Opposite the museums and eateries in the Albert Dock complex, this modern budget hotel is an 8-minute walk from Tate Liverpool and a 12-minute walk from The Cavern Club.

Simple rooms with low-key decor feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks. They also come with tea and coffee making facilities. Kids age 11 and under (1 per room) stay at no extra cost with an adult.

Amenities include an airy cafe with floor-to-ceiling windows, and a relaxed bar.

The ibis Liverpool Centre Albert Dock – Liverpool One is located 5 km from the airport and a 10 min walk from the city centre. With pubs, theatres, historic buildings, nightspots and the Everton FC and Liverpool FC stadia all within the immediate vicinity, the hotel is ideal for weekends as well as longer business or holiday stays. Offers 192 rooms including 10 for guests with limited mobility, a restaurant, a bar offering snacks 24 hrs and secure outdoor parking (chargeable). Business guests will appreciate use of complimentary WiFi Internet.
 The location is great.. just opposite the dock, with its own car park outside which is a massive plus for a city centre hotel. The staff are always welcoming and the food there is lovely. Rooms are basic but clean.. that’s all I want for a short stay hotel.
 The rooms are quite basic and have pod style bathrooms but They were more than adequate for our needs. Maid service every day was good. We had room 422 so had a lovely view of the Albert Dock. Drinks and food was served by pleasant staff . We ate in the hotel on our last night and the food was tasty and cooked to our liking. Breakfast in this hotel is more than adequate with hot and cold food to try out. I would have loved a fried egg though.
The hotel itself is presumably the current boutique style, very basic rooms but ideal for one or two nights. Common areas, bar & breakfast are clean and well laid out but if busy it’ll be chaotic. Nice patio area if weather is in your favour. Staff were very busy but always helpful & friendly.
First of all, the location was exactly where we wanted to be, across the road from the Albert Dock, with easy access to the tourist attractions we wanted, all within a 20 minute walk. There is also a hotel car park which is just for the hotel, which i prefer to using one open to the public. There is an additional charge, but not unreasonable at £10 a night from arrival until 12 noon on your day of departure, with the option to pay to stay longer..
I think this is quite reasonable in a city centre, where a high percentage of guests are arriving without cars. hotel rooms and facilities are basic but more than adequate, and clean. Staff were all friendly and welcoming. Breakfast is extra, and i didn’t enjoy it at all on my first morning, but that was probably down to my own choices. Better the next morning. I would definitely choose to stay here again in Liverpool.
The room was your basic hotel rooms with shower, kettle and a relatively comfortable bed, and it clean but a little tired looking. We had breakfast the first morning which was a nice buffet breakfast and a coffee machine dispensing latte, cappuccino, etc, (in fact the machine was available dispensing hot drinks all day but a donation to a cancer charity was appreciated), and we also had a couple of meals during our stay and the food was very nice.
The hotel is excellently located opposite the Albert Dock with its amenities, and close to the M&S Bank Arena and Liverpool Museum, and a short walk from the Mersey Ferry Port so you can take that Ferry Across the Mersey! The Liverpool One shopping centre is a 5 to 10 minute walk and you can easily walk to the city centre and must-see Cavern Club – it’s actually quite a compact city so you can cover a lot of ground in a day. The staff at the hotel were extremely helpful and very pleasant, particularly Aaron who made us feel very welcome. Liverpool was a wonderful city and we hope to return again and would have no hesitation staying here again.
Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool
Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool

How much does a room costs at ibis Liverpool Centre Albert Dock – Liverpool One ?

Prices start 63$/night for Standard Double Room.

With free Wi-Fi, this room has a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and a work desk. The en suite bathroom has a hairdryer.

Where to book online – ibis Liverpool Centre Albert Dock – Liverpool One – Gay Friendly Hotels Liverpool UK you can find the best hotels deals in Liverpool during Pride in Liverpool  which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Liverpool on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

by Sorin

Sorin is a freelance travel writer. He is an experienced travel writer and traveller. Since 2012 he explored more than 60 countries on 4 continents: Asia, Europe, Africa and North America. Currently is based in Romania after spending the last 7 years in Myanmar.