Hotels near Royal Liver Building
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Liverpool is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, due to its importance as a port throughout the centuries. Its waterfront district is a bustling hub of activity featuring everything from museums and entertainment venues to working docks.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Royal Liver Building

The Joker Boat
The Joker Boat
Liverpool Marina, Liverpool
from $53
Formby Hall Golf Resort & Spa
Formby Hall Golf Resort & Spa
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8.5
Excellent
Southport Old Road Formby, Liverpool
from $137
Sefton Park Hotel
Sefton Park Hotel
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7.5
Good
37 Aigburth Drive Sefton Park, Liverpool
from $38
Marlborough Hotel
Marlborough Hotel
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5.9
Fair
21 Crosby Road South, Liverpool
from $36
Ullet Suites
Ullet Suites
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6.6
Good
85 Ullet Road, Liverpool
from $52
Holiday Inn Express Liverpool Hoylake
Holiday Inn Express Liverpool Hoylake
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7.9
Good
The Kings Gap Hoylake, Liverpool
from $46
Hope Street Hotel
Hope Street Hotel
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9.0
Excellent
40 Hope Street, Liverpool
from $105
30 James Street
30 James Street
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8.4
Excellent
30 James Street, Liverpool
from $152
Titanic Hotel Liverpool
Titanic Hotel Liverpool
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8.9
Excellent
Stanley Dock, Regent Road, Liverpool
from $117
L3 Living - Merchant Quarters
L3 Living - Merchant Quarters
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7.9
Good
William Jessop Way, Liverpool
from $82
More About Hotels near Royal Liver Building...

What’s the Royal Liver Building?

Built in 1911, the Liver Building is one of Liverpool’s “three graces,” buildings that dominate the waterfront and form the most recognizable part of its distinctive skyline.

Which Hotels Have the Best View Near the Royal Liver Building?

The Crowne Plaza Liverpool and Malmaison Liverpool are both right on the waterfront, which means glorious views.

What are the Benefits or Draw-Backs from Staying at a Hotel Near the Royal Liver Building?

The closer you are to the waterfront, the less affordable hotels in Liverpool will be—and the Royal Liver Building is less than a block from the water. On the plus side, the waterfront is a cultural hub with numerous museums and entertainment venues, and an endless supply of other attractions.

What Do I Need to Know About the Royal Liver Building?

The Royal Liver Building still serves the purpose it was originally built for—it’s the headquarters of the Royal Liver Assurance, an insurance company. It’s also home to more than a dozen businesses, and one whole floor, called “The Venue,” is available for meetings, dinners, balls, and other events.