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Liverpool, city and metropolitan borough in Merseyside, England, along the eastern side of the Mersey Estuary. Built across a ridge of hills rising up to a height of around 230 feet (70 metres) above sea-level at Everton Hill, the city's urban area runs directly into Bootle and Crosby in Sefton to the north, and Huyton and Prescot in Knowsley to the east. It faces Wallasey and Birkenhead across the River Mersey to the west. Liverpool is governed by one of five councils within the Metropolitan county of Merseyside, and is one of England's core cities and its fifth most populous - 441,477 in 2002, with 816,000 in the Liverpool Urban Area, which includes suburbs on the Liverpool side of the Mersey but not those on the Wirral. Inhabitants of Liverpool are referred to as Liverpudlians and nicknamed "Scousers", in reference to the local meal known as 'scouse', a form of stew. The word scouse has also become synonymous with the Liverpool accent and dialect.
In the 1960s Liverpool became a centre of youth culture. The "Merseybeat" sound which became synonymous with The Beatles and fellow Liverpudlian pop bands of the era catapulted the city to the front of the popular music scene. From the mid-1970s onwards Liverpool's docks and traditional manufacturing industries went into sharp decline.
The Beatles - Liverpool, England
The advent of containerization meant that Liverpool's docks became largely obsolete. In the early 1980s unemployment rates in Liverpool were amongst the highest in the UK. In recent years, Liverpool's economy has recovered and has experienced growth rates higher than the national average since the mid-nineties.

In 1974, Liverpool became a metropolitan district within the newly created metropolitan county of Merseyside, it had previously been in Lancashire. At the end of the century Liverpool was concentrating on regeneration which still continues today, with the city winning the accolade of European Capital of Culture for 2008. Capitalising on the popularity of the 1960s pop group The Beatles and other groups of the Merseybeat era, tourism has also become a significant factor in Liverpool's economy.

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Atlantic Tower Hotel Liverpool  (Waterfront)
This modern, deluxe hotel overlooking Liverpool’s famed UNESCO World Heritage Waterfront Site, offers everything you need for a fabulous stay whether you’re on business or a short break. Transformed last year by a multi-million pound refurbishment programme, the hotel has 225 bedrooms and 8 flexible air-conditioned meeting rooms accommodating up to 120 guests making it an ideal venue for business and conferences, weddings and parties.  And when you fancy a bite to eat or a relaxing drink, our bars and restaurants offer unique and magnificent views over some of the city’s greatest landmarks.  You’ll find plenty of things to do in Liverpool, its packed with history, culture and shopping and the Atlantic Tower is the ideal base from which to discover them.
Britannia Adelphi Hotel Liverpool  (City Centre)
The internationally famous Adelphi Hotel is a luxurious and superbly appointed property offering comfortable accommodation and excellent function rooms in the heart of Liverpool.  Just 3 minutes walk from Liverpool Lime Street Train Station and within easy motorway reach via the M6 and M62, the Britannia Adelphi is a premier hotel in Liverpool for business, leisure or shopping.  This hotel boasts 402 well-appointed guest rooms that are equipped with an array of standard elements intended for your comfort.  The Cromptons and Jenny's Carvery Restaurant offer fine cuisine in elegant surroundings for you to feast on. You can also sip your favourite drink at the Jenny's Bar.  During leisure, guests can workout in the gymnasium, take a refreshing dip in the swimming pool and later relax at the sauna or jacuzzi.
Campanile Hotel Liverpool(Queens Dock)
With views over the docks, Campanile Hotel Liverpool is one of the best-located hotels. The property is 10 minutes walk to the centre and local attractions. The train station is 1.6 kilometres away, while the Liverpool airport is 16 kilometres away from the property. Whether it is for business or leisure, the hotel welcomes you to come and enjoy Campanile's friendly and relaxing atmosphere.The hotel boasts 100 guestrooms, and everything in your room is designed to ensure relaxation and comfort.  Have a drink in the onsite bar before enjoying a meal in Cafe Bistro Restaurant. The talented chef is ready to satisfy your taste buds with one of the house specials or any of the other quality seasonal menu items. Moreover, the meeting rooms are well equipped and with natural day light to provide a friendly and efficient setting. 
Crowne Plaza Hotel Liverpool City Centre
Crowne Plaza Hotel's central location, fantastic views and convenient facilities ensure that guests are treated to a pleasant stay in Liverpool.  Perfectly situated in the heart of the city, with fantastic views of the river, the Crowne Plaza Hotel is ideally located only a short walk from the city's commercial district and 20 minutes drive from Liverpool John Lennon Airport. The hotel is close to Anfield, Liverpool Golf Club, Aintree Racecourse and the Arena and Convention Centre Liverpool.  Guests are provided with the comfort of luxurious air-conditioned bedrooms that are facilitated with standard in-room amenities. Specially adapted rooms for the guests with disabilities are also available.  The award-winning Plaza Brasserie serves international dishes combined with traditional British favourites in a bright and contemporary setting. The property also offers a cocktail lounge, which is an ideal place to relax after a tiring day.
Hard Days Night Hotel Liverpool(Beatles Quarter)
This long awaited Beatles themed hotel opened its doors in February 2008, revealing one of Liverpool’s classic city centre buildings transformed into a luxurious 4 star hotel, with a ‘twist’. Situated in the heart of the ‘cavern quarter’ adjacent to the famous Cavern Club, Hard Days Night Hotel is ideally located whether you are a business or a leisure traveler.  Each room has its own specially commissioned piece of Beatles art work. The Blakes restaurant offers seasonal and classic British cuisine in a contemporary and comfortable atmosphere. The lounge offers a cosmopolitan and vibrant environment with a versatile menu to suit the time of day. At last, bar Four will provide the perfect anecdote to a hard day’s work or play with a chic and stylish vibe.  The Hard Days Night Hotel is located in the 'Beatles Quarter' of the city adjacent to the world famous Cavern Club.
Holiday Inn Express Liverpool-Albert Dock
The Express by Holiday Inn Liverpool has been developed within the Britannia Pavillion, Albert Dock. A group of 19th Century Grade one listed warehouses, made entirely from cast iron & red brick. The Albert Dock is now the largest group of Grade One listed buildings in the UK and as such the Express by Holiday Inn Liverpool has retained many of the original features.  Today the Warehouse has been beautifully renovated and now offers 135 bedrooms, which offer choice and flexibility to business and leisure clients alike. All rooms feature Wi-Fi, modem points, direct dial telephones, power showers, hairdryers, tea/coffee making facilities and fully interactive colour TV's showing Sky TV & Pay Movies. also located in The Albert Dock are numerous quality restaurants and bars all within a minutes walk. We are located just five minutes walk from Liverpool's vibrant town centre where you will find one of the busiest and friendliest nights out in the country.
Radisson Sas Hotel Liverpool
The 9-story Radisson SAS Hotel Liverpool offers guests 194 stylish Rooms in Ocean and Urban themes, 4 Junior Suites and the luxurious River Suite including lounge and meeting/dining areas. The award winning IAA Rosette Filini Restaurant seats up to 95 guests and serves the famous Radisson SAS Super Buffet Breakfast, lunch and dinner with fantastic views over the River Mersey. With its striking interior and elegantly designed rooms, the Radisson SAS Hotel is the ideal base from which to visit the exciting city of Liverpool. Ideal for business and leisure travellers, our hotel is located in the business district close to the city’s major attractions.
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