During your session at the Motor Museum you may need local accommodation. We've scouted the city to pick out a selection of hotels ranging from budget to higher-end. The nearby hotels are more-or-less within walking distance from The Motor Museum, and are mostly found on the suburban roads around the edges of Sefton Park. We have also listed a selection of hotels which are based in the city centre; a short journey from the studio by car or public transport.
A very popular bed and breakfast just off Lark Lane where many Motor Museum clients have happily stayed in the past. Casa Da Ana is only 20 yards from the studio.
The Park Lane is based in a classic Victorian Grade II listed building overlooking the beautiful Sefton Park 5 minutes East of the studio. There are 17 en-suite rooms taking a modern twist on Victorian interiors. There is a full English Breakfast served to guests each morning.
This restored Victorian villa sits at the bottom of Sefton Park and overlooks the Boating Lake. It is the former home of original Beatle Stuart Sutcliffe. Today it acts as a good value hotel with a range of prices across its rooms. Other features include a breakfast room, lounge and Stui's bar which regularly shows live sport.
You'll find a trusty Best Western also on the borders of Sefton Park. It is perfectly positioned between The Motor Museum and city centre and features the acclaimed Glasshouse Restaurant and Edwardian Bar.
On the North side of Sefton Park is The Solna. The hotel is suitably located for both the city centre and the studio, and benefits from having stunning park views. Its moderate size helps create a more personable feel, whether you're staying in one of the luxury deluxe suites or one of the standard rooms. There is a selection of bars and restaurants.
The Malmaison is situated on Princes Dock by the River Mersey, and stands as one of Liverpool's more upscale hotels, and is designed in a modern, chic style. The hotel includes a brasserie and champagne bar, and the luxury rooms come with features such as drench showers.
In the heart of the city you'll find the Liverpool Marriott. It comes with all the home comforts expected within the Marriott chain, plus a swimming pool, leisure centre, restaurant, bar and lounge. The suites have their own marble-tiled bathrooms, satellite TV and pay-per-view film service. Liverpool Lime Street Station is within walking distance.
Surrounded by vibrant nightlife and shopping centres, the Sir Thomas is in the thick of the action. There is a range of premium luxury suites and standard rooms catering for all budgets, plus a stylish champagne and cocktail bar and the very popular St John restaurant.
A fitting tribute to The Beatles is this 4-star Grade II listed hotel, one of the finest in the city. Besides the numerous classy bars and restaurants, you have the choice of standard, luxury and deluxe rooms. Or, if you really want to push the boat out why not book either the Lennon or McCartney suite?
The 402-bedroom Adelphi is right in the centre of town, just 3 minutes walk away from Lime Street Station. Each of the beautiful Edwardian-style rooms have their own en-suite, TV and free WIFI service. There's a whole host of bars and eateries too: WAVE Bar and Pizzeria, Friday's Bar, Residents' Bar, Jenny's Carvery and Crompton's French Restaurant.
The Crowne Plaza is located next to the world famous Royal Liver Building in the Liverpool Docks overlooking the River Mersey. The 149 guest rooms have Mini-bars, TVs and radio, high speed internet access, satellite and in-house movies. There is a gym and health spa on site.
The Premier Inn is also located in the docklands, close to bars, restaurants, The Echo Arena and Liverpool Tate. Like most Premier hotels, the Liverpool branch provides good value for money with modern facilities and decent catering services.