The hotel is very basic, no fancy picture on the walls etc and just woodchip on the walls. But it is clean, tidy and comfy. The shower was excellent and the girls on reception/bar were fabulous. Smiling and chatty and helpful at all times. Excellent value for money!!
Good location and good value. Room could have done with a hoover before we checked-in. Bed was very comfortable!
Room was cold on arrival. Room was noisy due to maintaince. Could do with new carpets and bathroom was small. Bar was good and very helpful staff
It was a good place to stay for the amount of money that I paid. The only thing that I will say are need a good pair of legs and feet because there are no elevators or lifts in that hotel. The staff gave a hotel on the 3rd floor from the ground floor, and I climbed 4 flights of stairs daily. I really ...
Very nice staff and excellent continental breakfast, close to lots of good shops, Lime St station and St. George’s Hall as well as the World Museum, Walker Art And the library. Room was modest but clean. Just what I needed. Thank you!
This hotel is located in a nice place and the building is a lovely old one. The staff/owners are really nice and friendly and couldn’t do enough to help. The breakfast was very tasty. I was only staying for one night and booked a single, which turned out to be very cramped. Also the room was quite ...
This hotel deserves a far better reputation than previous reviews! It was not perfect; the WiFi did not work, there was a light bulb missing and a few other relatively minor irritations. But I was made to feel very welcome by staff and my room was clean and secure. The location cannot be questioned. ...
I stayed at the Euro Hostel in Liverpool with my husband and 4 children enroute to Liverpool Airport. It's in a great location to do a bit of last minute holiday shopping with loads of places to get a decent meal, we also found the nearby parking very reasonably priced. The room was a good size and ...
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The city of Liverpool may be known for its music and culture - and of course, its most famous export, The Beatles - but it's also a popular holiday destination for couples, families and groups of friends enjoying a short break. There's plenty to see and do, and a whole range of affordable two-star hotels to choose from, whether you prefer to stay in a hostel, book a room in a traditional B&B or opt for an independent hotel in the city centre.
Liverpool's two-star hotels offer excellent value-for-money accommodation but are still packed with all the modern amenities you would expect. Even smaller hotels generally offer breakfast, sometimes complimentary and sometimes at an additional cost, although the compact city centre is packed with hundreds of cafés and delis where you can enjoy breakfast on a budget. Other amenities on offer vary depending on whether you choose a chain hotel, B&B or hostel, but free WiFi seems to be an essential at most hotels, with some chain hotels offering extras such as laundry facilities, handy for those travelling with babies and toddlers. You'll generally find smaller, family-run hotels and B&Bs in the city centre have staff who are happy to provide advice on the best things to see and do in the area, as well as offer assistance with booking tours and tickets.
There's so much to see and do in Liverpool that it can be hard to know where to start. Families, couples and groups of friends on a budget will find plenty of attractions where you can enjoy a free day out in the city centre. Head for the Albert Dock area and you can stroll around the art collections of the Tate Liverpool, look at photographs in the Open Eye Gallery, the only gallery dedicated to photography in the North-West or explore the Museum of Liverpool. These all offer free entry, except for special exhibitions. Many two-star hotels provide a complimentary breakfast, and there are plenty of options for an affordable lunch in the city centre. The cafés around Bold Street are a popular choice; you'll find everything from continental-style cafés to traditional tearooms.
Liverpool city centre is fairly compact, making walking one of the best ways to see the city's sights. The local bus service is also a reliable choice for getting from A to B, and with the majority of hotels providing parking for guests, you can even bring the car on your family holiday.
Two-star hotels in Liverpool offer affordable accommodation, with a range of excellent amenities designed to appeal to families. Larger chain hotels boast climate control and luggage storage facilities, but even small independent hotels offer free infant beds/cribs on request, free WiFi and coffee/tea makers in guest rooms, for a comfortable stay. Most city-centre hotels also have parking available, sometimes free and sometimes for a small daily charge, which takes the stress out of hunting for a parking space if you're bringing the car on holiday.