Visit one of the UKs most vibrant cities and be at the heart of the action
Location. Location. Location. You’re visiting Liverpool, one of Britain’s most exciting cities with a Unesco listed centre and rich seam of history and modern culture. Understandably you want to be close to the heart of the action – and the Hallmark Inn Liverpool (formerly known as the Best Western Feathers Hotel) is definitely the right place to be.
Our many highlights at a glance
- 81 quality bedrooms.
- Prime city centre location.
- Free super fast WiFi.
- Secure onsite parking, charged at £10.00 per night.
- Everything you could wish for on an adventurous break to Liverpool.
We occupy a row of converted Grade II listed Georgian terraces, built during the city’s maritime boom years. Tucked into the impressive University District close to the Metropolitan Cathedral, we’re just a mile from the famous Albert Docks. That means you’re within easy reach of the Tate Modern and other museums, theatres like the Empire, Everyman and Royal Court, and the fabulous shopping of Peter’s Lane and the Cavern Quarter, alongside a smorgasbord of top notch cafes, bars and restaurants.
An ideal night’s sleep when travelling to Liverpool on business
When it comes to accommodation, the Hallmark Inn Liverpool is nothing if not flexible. We’ve 81 great value bedrooms including versatile family rooms, alongside a couple of poster suites. Whatever your choice you can expect a warm tasteful mix of cream, ochre and gold interiors drizzled with abstract artworks, along with really comfortable beds, crisp white linen and those modern essentials: free fast WiFi to make sure you don’t miss an email, flat screen TVs and i-pod docking stations.
Our city centre hotel is situated in the heart of the University district of Liverpool neighbouring the splendour of both Liverpool Cathedral (Anglican) and Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King (Catholic). The new Museum of Liverpool is dedicated to the history of a city, and what a history! Explore Liverpool’s industrial past and cultural heritage, from its early days as a port city through the music, culture and football that have ensured the city’s name has resonated around the world. Albert Dock is one of Britain’s top heritage attractions, situated in a spectacular riverside setting as part of Liverpool's UNESCO designated World Heritage Site.
Famous for sport
The city region boasts three historic football clubs; Everton and Liverpool are two of the Premier League’s finest and most decorated, while Wirral’s Tranmere Rovers play in League One. St Helens (Saints) are the most successful rugby league club of the Super League era, and Aintree and Haydock racecourses offer top-quality racing including the world-famous Grand National Festival at Aintree each spring.
Shopping & Nightlife
If you love shopping, you’ll fit in well here; Liverpudlians like to look good and set trends. Shoppers are spoilt for choice between gleaming new city-centre shopping centres, boutique arcades, bohemian streets and farmers markets. The Cavern Club is the world famous music venue where the Beatles played in the early 1960s.