Hotels near Anfield
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Anfield is smack-dab in the city center of Liverpool, in a largely residential area. Although it’s located in what was just a few years ago a rather impoverished part of the city, urban renewal projects have made great strides and the area has much improved. With over a hundred years of history, it’s well worth visiting.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Anfield

Pullman Hotel Liverpool
Pullman Hotel Liverpool
|
9.1
Excellent
Kings Dock, Liverpool
from $70
The Knowsley
The Knowsley
|
6.7
Good
329 Stanley Road, Liverpool
from $31
Beech Mount Hotel
Beech Mount Hotel
|
7.0
Good
1-3 Beech Street, Liverpool
from $44
Village Liverpool
Village Liverpool
|
7.3
Good
Fallows Way, Liverpool
from $40
Marlborough Hotel
Marlborough Hotel
|
8.7
Excellent
21 Crosby Road South, Liverpool
from $36
The Liverpool Pod
The Liverpool Pod
52 County Rd, Liverpool
from $17
Formby Hall Golf Resort & Spa
Formby Hall Golf Resort & Spa
|
8.7
Excellent
Southport Old Road Formby, Liverpool
from $135
Liverpool Lodge
Liverpool Lodge
|
5.9
Fair
187 Kensington 1 Coleridge Street, Liverpool
from $36
Titanic Boat
Titanic Boat
Liverpool Marina, Liverpool
from $71
Hard Days Night Hotel
Hard Days Night Hotel
|
8.7
Excellent
North John Street Central Building Liverpool L2 6R, Liverpool
from $77
More About Hotels near Anfield...

What’s Anfield?

It’s the seventh largest football — soccer to Americans — stadium in England. It’s been around since 1884, and has been home to Liverpool F.C. since 1892.

Which Hotels Have the Best View Near Anfield?

Hotel Anfield is one of the closest hotels to Anfield, and gives you lovely views over Stanley Park. The surrounding streets also offer some interesting period buildings, and it’s only a little over a mile from Sandhills train station.

What are the Benefits or Draw-Backs from Staying at a Hotel Near Anfield?

The neighborhood around Anfield is a rather poor and run-down part of the city. Revitalization efforts are underway, but it’s still not the best part of town. However, most hotels are still several minutes away, and the area does have some sweet but affordable boutique hotels on offer.

What Do I Need to Know About Anfield?

Anfield is handicapped-accessible, with 33 spaces available for wheelchair users; it has recently undergone some renovations. The nearest train station is Lime Street Station.