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      Hotels & Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Oct 30, 2008 05:58:22 pm
      Information on staying in Liverpool



      For those of you who travel to attend Liverpool FC games or are making that trip of a lifetime it is about to time that we offered some help and guidance on those of you planning to make a night, or a few nights of your trip to Liverpool.

      Liverpool is not only home to the greatest football club on the planet, but is also one of the great European cities for architecture, shopping, museums, sightseeing and, of course, partying.

      The city has some fantastic hotels in some amazing locations across the city and you will be sure to have a great time when you stay over.

      You can search for hotel availability in Liverpool for the dates you want here - all results are ordered in relation to the distance from Anfield with Liverpool city centre, the waterfront and docks only around 2 miles from the ground.

      Please be aware that Liverpool hotels are exceptionally busy whenever Liverpool play at home - the earlier you book the better.

      You can also order official matchbreak packages.

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      Re: Hotels near Anfield
      Reply #1: Jan 24, 2009 09:55:56 am
      hi i come up 2 anfield all the time from hemel hempstead and every time i use liverpool north hotel on perimeter road its about 5 miles from anfield taxi costs about 7 pound great beefeater there and easy to get back onto the m6.id recomend to all reds.
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      Reply #2: Jan 24, 2009 12:50:54 pm
       I'd recommend this one, only about 5-10 mins away from the ground in a taxi, not a bad price, very easy to get to (On Queens Drive, which is continuation of M62) and excellent food in the attached restaurant (Carvery and cheap).    ;D

      http://www.innkeeperslodge.com/lodgedetail.asp?lid=58
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      Re: Hotels near Anfield
      Reply #3: Jan 24, 2009 01:01:25 pm
      I always stay south of Liverpool, Chester sort of way, then travel in and park in the school for a fiver, always worked for me, plus you can always get a room
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      Re: Hotels near Anfield
      Reply #4: Jan 26, 2009 03:39:46 pm
      Premier Inn and Beefeater on Queens drive.  it;s a doddle from there.  used it loads of times when i can't be bothered to drive back from a midweek game.
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      Reply #5: Jan 26, 2009 06:13:01 pm
      I usually stay at the Innkeepers Lodge on Queens Drive, and a nice Toby Carvery right next door, dead handy for the M62, and not to far to get to Anfield either.
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      Reply #6: Mar 21, 2009 03:39:34 am
      Good B&B only 10 mins walk from the ground , Handy for town

      All modern rooms & full english brekkie , spot on .
      Contact Ritas B &B 0151 2649482
      Mobile :0044 (0)7530061813
      118 Sheil Rd , Lpool 6
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      Reply #7: Jun 29, 2009 07:30:39 pm
      every time we come down frlom edinburgh we get the train down to either york preston or wigan then to liverpool lime street as we use the phone booking and could be on the phone all day we have last choice of hotels. over the years we have been coming down to the best city well after edinburgh we stay in that shhh hole of warrington travelodge cheap but miles away from liverpool anyone got any b&b numbers or suggestions for my next trip
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      Re: Hotels near Anfield
      Reply #8: Jul 02, 2009 11:25:04 pm
      The formula one at the docks or even the International inn off hardman st is quite good if you`re looking for the basics
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      Re: Hotels near Anfield
      Reply #9: Jul 02, 2009 11:34:55 pm
      I stayed at the IBIS on the Docks earlier in the week.
      About a 20 minute bus journey from Paradise Street.
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      Reply #10: Jul 03, 2009 09:52:27 am
      Theres quite a few hotels on the Queens and Albert Docks,taxi not to bad to ground neither plus your in town,bus journey not to bad neither.
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      Reply #11: Jul 04, 2009 02:25:30 pm
      Every time i get tickets for match i phone hotels and b&b but cant get one in liverpool i have to stay in warrington
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      Reply #12: Jul 04, 2009 05:15:53 pm
      I know what you mean,you have to be quick,lots of stag and hen do's going on,so most weekends there always full.
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      Reply #13: Jul 11, 2009 01:24:43 pm
      I was thinking on booking my hotel before i get my tickets but it could backfire if dont get tickets but every time i phoned for tickets i  get through in the morning
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      Reply #14: Jul 12, 2009 11:13:29 am
      Thats probably your best bet,because you don't have to pay up front when booking a hotel room,if you do get let down for tickets just ring the hotel and cancel your room.
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      Reply #15: Jul 27, 2009 02:27:20 pm
      just looked at the 12 of september for hotels and there are booked already whats happing and the tickets are not on sale for the burnley game yet
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      Re: Hotels near Anfield
      Reply #16: Mar 08, 2010 12:06:21 pm
      3 B&Bs in the Old Swan Area, central for M62, City Centre and Anfield, a few lads are staying on the HJC night in The Glass House, great brekky in there as the managers a chef also, only £20 PP pr night and a decent pub.

      The Wellington Green Lane is my local, he always has space and again, central to what you need thats £25 pp per night

      The Paraffin Oil shop Edge Lane Drive £25 PP Per night thats the next pub to the Glass House above last 2 bookable online Glass house I have the mobile.
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      Reply #17: Apr 11, 2010 01:17:20 pm
      Am coming down for the Liverpool vs West Ham game on the 19th of April me and my Dad the past 3 times we have stayed at the Liverpool Centrel Travelodge. and before that it had to be Warrington as the hotels were fully booked Next monday we are staying in the Aldelphi hotel near the Train Station happy days 5 star hotel $59 pound for both.
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      Reply #18: Apr 12, 2010 06:50:52 pm
      5 star hahaha
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      Reply #19: Jul 21, 2010 07:15:00 pm
      Coming down for Carr's and been looking at Hotels over £90 WTF every time we have came down we have got a room for just under £50. Liverpool City Centre Travelodge in April we paid £38 pound they want £90 for a Room am not spending that and Sleeping on a Crap Sofa while my Auld man take's the double bed . Has anyone got a hotel in Mind in the region of £40 and £70 pound .
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      Reply #20: Jul 21, 2010 07:47:23 pm
      I never realised Tom and George bought the Travelodge chain.
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      Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Reply #21: Jan 19, 2011 01:35:17 pm
      Hey guys,

      Myself and a few mates are heading over to Liverpool for the Man Ure league game (6th March) and we're currently looking into the short stay apartments in the city centre!
      I was just wondering if anyone on here knew of any good ones at a reasonable price and are nice enough to stay in?
      We've looked at one and it's on Pilgrim St, it's 140 quid a night and looks spot on! So between 3-4 of us it's not to bad!

      Any help would be much appreciated,

      Cheers, Andy
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      Reply #22: Jan 19, 2011 01:47:48 pm
      Andy, if you don't mind I'd also like to use this thread to ask for similar help: I'll be in Liverpool for the Birmingham match in April and I'd like to know any cheap hotels or hostels where I could stay for 2 or 3 days. I'll be all by myself and I don't intend to stay in the best places in the city, a decent one for a reasonable price is more than ok. Spending much time in my room isn't on my plans anyway :P
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      Re: Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Reply #23: Jan 19, 2011 01:50:26 pm
      I think this site might be able to help you both: http://www.airbnb.com/
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      Re: Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Reply #24: Jan 19, 2011 01:54:12 pm
      No Diego, this is my thread ;)
      No problem at all mate, hope we both get sorted!
      Cheers Dex I'll have a look now!
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      Reply #25: Jan 19, 2011 02:10:08 pm
      Haha cheers Andy :P

      And thanks for the link Dex
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      Reply #26: Jan 19, 2011 02:15:05 pm
      Heres another thread that might help

      http://www.lfcreds.com/reds/index.php?topic=10213.0
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      Reply #27: Jan 19, 2011 02:17:23 pm

      Thanks mate haven't seen it before
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      Reply #28: Jan 19, 2011 02:23:07 pm

      Apologies Venison, never realised there was already a thread about! Feel free to merge!
      Cheers
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      Reply #29: Jan 19, 2011 04:22:50 pm
      No worrys mate I will merge it and amend the title just to ease my OCD
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      Re: Hotels & Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Reply #30: Jan 19, 2011 11:59:48 pm
      Hi guys. When I'm over I usually stay in either the Dolby Hotel or the Campanile Hotel. Both are just by the Albert dock and are close to Paradise street bus station and about 10 minute walk to the city centre. You can find them on the web but, from my experience I sometimes find I get a better price if I phone them up. Also, even if their website says they are fully booked you can usually get a room by phone. Best prices are to be had if you book well in advance. Prices are usually about £40-£45 a night although, I've managed to get a room for £29 per room per night recently. Rooms are basic (TV, on-suite toilet, shower and bath, kettle) Both have either double beds or twin single. Rooms are always clean which is one of the reasons I stay there.

      Dolby Hotel Details: Tel: +44 (0)151 708 7272.              Hotel Campanile LIVERPOOL - Queens Dock
      CHALONER STREET QUEEN'S DOCK                                                     L3 4AJ LIVERPOOL +44 151 709 8104
      Queen's Dock | Liverpool | L3 4DE

      Or try this link to see if you can get one of the Campanile £29 deals (includes breakfast):

      http://www.campanile.com/en/specials/index.aspx?WT.mc_id=NBCAUKPROMO&ls=1
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      Reply #31: Jan 20, 2011 08:04:37 am
      Cheers Dave mate, will look into it!
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      Reply #32: Jan 23, 2011 04:52:03 pm
      Got sorted, booked the Adelphi last night! About 285 for 3 nights, between 3 of us is'nt too shabby! Cheers for helping out folks!
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      Reply #33: Jan 23, 2011 05:05:12 pm
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      Reply #35: Jan 25, 2011 05:29:54 am
       Hey there, Lifetime Liverpool supporter. I live near Vancouver Canada, the old man is a born and bread Scouser, a mate and I are heading to the UK Apr 29 to May 19th. We will be in the Leighton Buzzard area, and are looking to go to the LFC v Fulham match on May 7 at Craven then we're planning on making a pilgramage to Anfield for the Spurs match on the 15th.  My cousin is a season ticket holder on The Kop and I'm trying to cover all angles.   If anyone could provide me info regarding tickets for both matches, hoping to be on The Kop for the 15th match but directions for purchasing tickets seem quite the hassle. That being said we'll also be looking at spending a few days in the Pool so if anyone could recommend reasonable spots to stay and ticket info I'd really appreciate it.  This is my first post, and I'm no plastic fan, I watch every game and have done since I was a little kid.  The last time I was at Anfield was a 1-1 draw in 1984 vs QPR pretty sure it was one of Jan Molby's first games with the team.  I was 6 then ;D.  Anyhow cheers guy's been looking forward to getting on here but it was locked for ages

      YNWA!!
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      Reply #36: Jan 25, 2011 10:28:54 am
      If you don't mind staying outside of the city, the bridge inn over in port sunlight is cheap as chips. As far as I remember it is 60 a night for a family room. Double bed, single bed and sofa bed. food is quite nice too actually.

      Only a short train journey to the city.
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      Reply #37: Jan 25, 2011 01:24:37 pm
      I are heading to the UK Apr 29 to May 19th. We will be in the Leighton Buzzard area, and are looking to go to the LFC v Fulham match on May 7 at Craven then we're planning on making a pilgramage to Anfield for the Spurs match on the 15th.

      Your best bet for the Fulham game would be to get Fulham tickets they have a large neutral section get registered and keep checking for details.

      http://shop.fulhamfc.com/events.aspx?section=eve&eventfilter=home

      You might struggle for the Spurs game as its the last home game of the season, so hopefully your Cousin can sort you out.

      http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/tickets/latest-ticket-news
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      Reply #38: Apr 11, 2011 08:54:16 pm
      Still don't have a place to stay from April 21th to 24th :( Any tips? It's hard to find something on the internet
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      Reply #39: Apr 11, 2011 10:24:01 pm
      My biggest problem at the moment is to find somewhere to stay on Saturday night, most hostels have no availability for this day
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      Reply #40: Apr 11, 2011 11:29:41 pm
      I'm not sure if you want something in town Diego, but there is a Guest House near Anfield, called Newsham Park and its very reasonable, the phone number is 0151 263 9400, and it costs £25 a night, also check out the thread on the forum about places to stay.
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      Reply #41: Apr 12, 2011 01:56:21 am
      If money isn't too much a deal, stayed in the Staybridge Suites on the docks with an ex few years back and it was boss. Pretty quiet as well.

      Think it was like £70 a night.
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      Reply #42: Apr 12, 2011 04:09:22 am
      I'm not sure if you want something in town Diego, but there is a Guest House near Anfield, called Newsham Park and its very reasonable, the phone number is 0151 263 9400, and it costs £25 a night, also check out the thread on the forum about places to stay.

      Thanks Cas. To be honest I preferred something closer to the city centre but it seems like I don't have much option now, left it too late. But how far is it from the center, exactly? Is it alright to come and go from there?

      If money isn't too much a deal, stayed in the Staybridge Suites on the docks with an ex few years back and it was boss. Pretty quiet as well.

      Think it was like £70 a night.

      No availability either :(
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      Reply #43: Apr 12, 2011 10:53:45 am
      Hi guys. When I'm over I usually stay in either the Dolby Hotel or the Campanile Hotel. Both are just by the Albert dock and are close to Paradise street bus station and about 10 minute walk to the city centre. You can find them on the web but, from my experience I sometimes find I get a better price if I phone them up. Also, even if their website says they are fully booked you can usually get a room by phone. Best prices are to be had if you book well in advance. Prices are usually about £40-£45 a night although, I've managed to get a room for £29 per room per night recently. Rooms are basic (TV, on-suite toilet, shower and bath, kettle) Both have either double beds or twin single. Rooms are always clean which is one of the reasons I stay there.

      Dolby Hotel Details: Tel: +44 (0)151 708 7272.              Hotel Campanile LIVERPOOL - Queens Dock
      CHALONER STREET QUEEN'S DOCK                                                     L3 4AJ LIVERPOOL +44 151 709 8104
      Queen's Dock | Liverpool | L3 4DE

      Or try this link to see if you can get one of the Campanile £29 deals (includes breakfast):

      http://www.campanile.com/en/specials/index.aspx?WT.mc_id=NBCAUKPROMO&ls=1

      Diego, have you checked out the above places that Dave posted?

      Thanks Cas. To be honest I preferred something closer to the city centre but it seems like I don't have much option now, left it too late. But how far is it from the center, exactly? Is it alright to come and go from there?



      Its on a main road, so buses are very frequent, it takes about 10/15 minutes to get into town.
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      Reply #44: Apr 12, 2011 02:36:27 pm
      Diego, have you checked out the above places that Dave posted?
      Yes, fully booked :(

      Its on a main road, so buses are very frequent, it takes about 10/15 minutes to get into town.
      I was thinking of booking for Thursday and Friday in this hostel near the city center and stay only the Saturday there, maybe. I sent them an email asking about their availability, they haven't replied yet.
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      Reply #45: Apr 12, 2011 04:14:59 pm
      Have you tried using a website like Laterooms.com?
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      Reply #46: Apr 12, 2011 04:29:59 pm
      Yeah, can't find anything for a reasonable price though :/

      I'm almost confirming a reservation at the Hatters Hostel for my first 2 nights there, it's very close to the center and the train station so it works perfectly for me when I arrive there. I can drop my bags there and go to the Anfield Experience.

      But then I'll have to find a place to sleep in the Saturday night, the guest house Cas mentioned still haven't replied my email yet
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      Reply #47: Apr 12, 2011 04:39:51 pm
      / \ Done it. If I find somewhere else I can cancel my reservation, but it's a relief to have somewhere to sleep for at least my first days there :D Asked them to let me know if anyone cancels a reservation for the Saturday April 23rd. Will try to call the Guest House later.

      Thanks a lot LFC-LCFC and Cas for trying to help me!
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      Reply #48: Feb 02, 2012 08:24:07 am
      Thank you for the information.
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      Reply #49: May 12, 2012 04:51:24 pm
      Come to my place and treat it like a hotel, you might as well everybody else does!
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      Reply #50: May 12, 2012 05:41:50 pm
      Come to my place and treat it like a hotel, you might as well everybody else does!

      Thanks Neil, see you for the start of the season  ;)
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      Reply #51: Aug 12, 2012 05:34:47 pm
      Hey all,

      I'm comming over from Ontario, Canada I'm a big time Liverpool supporter. I've been one other time to watch the home opener against burnley back in 09, but I only had time to watch the match then I had to leave. This trip I'm spending the weekend in town and was hoping someone could give me advice where I could stay for cheap. Thanks!
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      Reply #52: Aug 12, 2012 06:37:08 pm
      Somewere cheap but nothing special is formula one hotel its in town near the echo arena. Easy walking distance into town for shops,bars etc
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      Reply #53: Dec 22, 2012 10:44:17 am
      Had some friends up last week and they stayed in the Beech Mount Hotel and they recommended it highly as a great location to get to the ground and also access for going into town,they jumped the 27 bus to the ground which took 8 mins from Shiel Rd just over the road from the hotel.They rated the hotel as 4star+
      and will be staying there again as the accommodation and food we're spot-on and the price was good compared to some city center hotels and availability.

      The Beech Mount 1-3 Beech St Liverpool 7 L7 0HT 0151 264 9189.

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      Reply #54: Apr 18, 2016 01:54:41 pm
      Usually stay in the classic Travelodge in the city centre. Easy access to everything the beautiful city has to offer, and for the time I'm there, I'm not even worried what the room's like - so long as the sheets are clean! Not tried the Liverpool North Hotel, any good mate?
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      Re: Hotels & Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Reply #55: Jan 22, 2018 10:05:17 pm
      Will be travelling down next week for Spurs game, any suggestions? Probably be doing Saturday - Monday and ideally close to city centre. Everywhere I look is mega expensive.
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      Re: Hotels & Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Reply #56: Jan 25, 2018 04:46:02 pm

      Will be travelling down next week for Spurs game, any suggestions? Probably be doing Saturday - Monday and ideally close to city centre. Everywhere I look is mega expensive.

      Go for somewhere just outside town,  somewhere you could get a cab to the ground from.
      Hotels in town charge crazy prices, a straight rip off.
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      Re: Hotels & Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Reply #57: Jan 25, 2018 05:32:29 pm
      Go for somewhere just outside town,  somewhere you could get a cab to the ground from.
      Hotels in town charge crazy prices, a straight rip off.
      Managed to get decent accommodation close to Anfield for a good price. Now all that remains is picking up the tickets when I’m down there. Fell through last time so hopefully I’m set this time. Will be spending the weekend, any recommendations for places to go?
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      Re: Hotels & Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Reply #58: Jan 25, 2018 09:17:21 pm
      Managed to get decent accommodation close to Anfield for a good price. Now all that remains is picking up the tickets when I’m down there. Fell through last time so hopefully I’m set this time. Will be spending the weekend, any recommendations for places to go?

      Anywhere in town mate is good, leave concert square out, get some bad kick offs there, glad you got sorted..
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      Re: Hotels & Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Reply #59: Apr 20, 2018 03:58:05 pm
      I'm beginning to plan my trip. I've done a little research and have found a lot of very reasonable AIRBNB rooms and apartments. A lot of them are cheaper than just about every hotel I've priced out.

      If anyone is interested, if your flying into London I saw that you can take the Virgin Train up to Liverpool and they have multiple trains running at all times. A round trip ticket is about $120 U.S. Apparantly the Virgin Trains cost more than others but, they're nicer and faster. If anyone can verify this i would like to know for sure.
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      Re: Hotels & Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Reply #60: Apr 20, 2018 04:43:36 pm
      I'm beginning to plan my trip. I've done a little research and have found a lot of very reasonable AIRBNB rooms and apartments. A lot of them are cheaper than just about every hotel I've priced out.

      If anyone is interested, if your flying into London I saw that you can take the Virgin Train up to Liverpool and they have multiple trains running at all times. A round trip ticket is about $120 U.S. Apparantly the Virgin Trains cost more than others but, they're nicer and faster. If anyone can verify this i would like to know for sure.

      Yeah it's probably the best way of getting to Liverpool, although with connections to and from the airport you land it, there is a flight from stansted - John Lennon Airport for around the same price, although I don't know how regular the flights are.
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      Reply #61: Apr 30, 2018 10:42:27 pm
      Yeah it's probably the best way of getting to Liverpool, although with connections to and from the airport you land it, there is a flight from stansted - John Lennon Airport for around the same price, although I don't know how regular the flights are.

      Ok. Thanks .If you dont mind can I PM you about my trip planning? I found places to stay on AirBNB but i know nothing about the areas. I dont want to rent a room in some place that is like Trainspotting or in the middle of nowhere where I cant use a train or bus. Im also want to try and find someone who can hook me up with match tickets thats a legit seller or someone trustworthy.

      Thanks again for the info on the Virgin Trains.
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      Re: Hotels & Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Reply #62: May 01, 2018 01:01:07 pm
      I'm beginning to plan my trip. I've done a little research and have found a lot of very reasonable AIRBNB rooms and apartments. A lot of them are cheaper than just about every hotel I've priced out.

      If anyone is interested, if your flying into London I saw that you can take the Virgin Train up to Liverpool and they have multiple trains running at all times. A round trip ticket is about $120 U.S. Apparantly the Virgin Trains cost more than others but, they're nicer and faster. If anyone can verify this i would like to know for sure.

      I use them enough to know this is your best way to get between Liverpool and London. About 2 hours 10 mins journey which is excellent and the option to get on the ale? No brainer.

      Just make sure you get the direct and not the one that changes at Crewe. And obviously, plan your journey for the off peak or you'll be paying a fortune
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      Re: Hotels & Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Reply #63: May 02, 2018 09:05:21 am
      A round trip ticket is about $120 U.S.

      If you book enough in advance you can get two single tickets for around half of that.

      London to Liverpool on train is a lot less of a ballache than from a London airport to London IMO.
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      Re: Hotels & Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Reply #64: May 02, 2018 03:37:57 pm
      I use them enough to know this is your best way to get between Liverpool and London. About 2 hours 10 mins journey which is excellent and the option to get on the ale? No brainer.

      Just make sure you get the direct and not the one that changes at Crewe. And obviously, plan your journey for the off peak or you'll be paying a fortune

      I planned on getting a late, off peak ticket. I figured on trying to set it up where I can fly in and land early in London. Around 10am. Spend the day in London checking out the Military Museum, grab a late lunch and then get up to Liverpool on one of the post rush hour trains. But of course well thought out vacation plans usually get fu**ed up about 20 min after you land, so who knows. I pray to god that my trip doesn't coincide with Trumps London visit. If it does Ill just say I'm a Canadian.
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      Re: Hotels & Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Reply #65: May 02, 2018 03:41:00 pm
      I planned on getting a late, off peak ticket. I figured on trying to set it up where I can fly in and land early in London. Around 10am. Spend the day in London checking out the Military Museum, grab a late lunch and then get up to Liverpool on one of the post rush hour trains. But of course well thought out vacation plans usually get fu**ed up about 20 min after you land, so who knows. I pray to god that my trip doesn't coincide with Trumps London visit. If it does Ill just say I'm a Canadian.

      If on a budget and you don't mind the longer travel, consider National Express or Megabus coaches. I've done the Liverpool - London route a few times when saving money and it can be ridiculously cheap, like 5 pounds. It takes about 6 hours, so that's not for everyone, of course. But I think the coaches are fairly comfortable and you could travel over the night if you want.
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      Reply #66: May 02, 2018 05:13:37 pm
      If on a budget and you don't mind the longer travel, consider National Express or Megabus coaches. I've done the Liverpool - London route a few times when saving money and it can be ridiculously cheap, like 5 pounds. It takes about 6 hours, so that's not for everyone, of course. But I think the coaches are fairly comfortable and you could travel over the night if you want.


      Yep, well worth noting the advice of a fully fledged Gypo like Diego 😊
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      Re: Hotels & Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Reply #67: May 02, 2018 05:37:18 pm
      I planned on getting a late, off peak ticket. I figured on trying to set it up where I can fly in and land early in London. Around 10am. Spend the day in London checking out the Military Museum, grab a late lunch and then get up to Liverpool on one of the post rush hour trains. But of course well thought out vacation plans usually get fu**ed up about 20 min after you land, so who knows. I pray to god that my trip doesn't coincide with Trumps London visit. If it does Ill just say I'm a Canadian.

      London is now the murder capitol of the world so be careful you don't get shot, fly into London and get straight down to Liverpool would be safer and a lot more fun, we have a museum down here with some militaria.
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      Re: Hotels & Short Stay Apartments in Liverpool
      Reply #68: Mar 11, 2019 08:51:13 pm
      Stayed two nights at The Premier Inn, West Derby.
      Really nice hotel and very handy to get to the ground, here's the google maps link ;
      https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Premier+Inn+Liverpool+West+Derby,+Queens+Drive+West+Derby,+Liverpool+L13+0DL,+UK/Anfield,+Anfield+Rd,+Liverpool+L4+0TH,+UK/@53.4304188,-2.9564941,14z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m14!4m13!1m5!1m1!1s0x487b218da470adf7:0x2320af767b5da897!2m2!1d-2.9182116!2d53.4263479!1m5!1m1!1s0x487b21654b02538b:0x84576a57e21973ff!2m2!1d-2.96083!2d53.4308294!3e0
      There was lots of Scandinavian Reds staying in the hotel, very friendly atmosphere and good banter with them all.
      Beefeater pub right next door too ;)

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