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Where to go and what to do on a spa break in Liverpool

Famous for The Beatles, Liverpool FC, as a City of Culture, for its arts scene and as home to Europe's oldest Chinatown, Liverpool is a diverse city of opportunity and exploration.

For foodies, music lovers, sports fans, families, friends and couples, it's a destination ripe for exploration and enjoyment. Here are just some of our favourite things to do and places to stay.

Things to do in Liverpool

This maritime city where the River Mersey meets the Irish Sea has both a rich history and a forward-thinking mentality, whether you want to go on a magical mystery Beatles bus tour, party the night away or shop 'til you drop, Liverpool is a tough place to beat.

Tate Liverpool

A former warehouse, Tate Liverpool is one of the most impressive art galleries in the UK, located at Albert Dock and providing an opportunity for art lovers to see both exceptional art and architecture at the same time.

Sefton Park

For a moment of open-air beauty in the heart of the city, Sefton Park is 250 acres of green space complete with hidden caves, waterfalls and a Victorian Palm House, all worthy of its Grade I-listed status.

Shakespeare North Playhouse

A city famous for its arts culture, it's fitting that the brand new theatre and community hub, the Shakespeare North Playhouse is such a popular attraction. In the Prescot area, it's worth the trip to enjoy plays by Shakespeare as well as contemporary theatre, comedy and other live events.

The Cavern Club

You can't go to Liverpool without popping into the legendary nightclub that's hosted illustrious musical heroes including the Beatles, the Hollies, Rolling Stones and the Kinks. The Cavern Club dates back to 1957 when it opened as a jazz and skiffle joint, and then it reopened in 1984, once again a vibrant live music venue. You may just see the next big thing.

The Baltic Triangle

An industrial district of warehouses that have been reinvented as the bustling home of start-ups, street food and stunning arts venues, The Baltic Triangle is all independent boutiques, craft brewers and culinary experimentation - Prosecco ice lolly anyone?


Liverpool spa hotels to stay in

This buzzing city is worth spending a couple of nights in, taking in the atmosphere and exploring the sites. Amongst its appeal are some beautiful spa hotels - here are a few favourites.

The Municipal Hotel Liverpool - MGallery

A brand new hotel in an iconic heritage building, The Municipal Hotel Liverpool - MGallery is located in the former home of Liverpool City Council. Today its vast ceilings, indoor palm trees, impressive architectural features and a state of the art spa are all indicators of its luxury offering. Relax, unwind, dress up and go all out - it's a destination worthy of celebration.

Book a spa break at The Municipal Hotel Liverpool - MGallery

Hope Street Hotel

In Liverpool’s Georgian neighbourhood, Hope Street Hotel is a four-star hotel with industrial chic style. Perfect for romantic escapes, behind the 1860s Venetian palazzo facade you will find an achingly modern retreat. The Rooftop Suites boast some of the best views in the city, and the spa is a tranquil, luxury haven. One of our favourite features is the 15-metre pool with underwater music.

Book a spa break at Hope Street Hotel
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Spa Liverpool

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Spa Liverpool

In one of the best locations in the city, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Spa Liverpool sits within easy reach of top attractions like Liverpool Cathedral. Inviting you to enjoy the best of modern hospitality, it's popular for its on-site brasserie, Layla, as well as a two-storey spa with state-of-the-art facilities.

Book a spa break at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Spa Liverpool

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