Affordable hotel overlooking the banks of the Mersey
Overlooking the Queens Dock and the River Mersey, the Dolby Hotel Liverpool offers guests an intriguing view as well as a reasonably budgeted stay in the city.
Located just outside of the busy city centre, but still within easy reach, this hotel provides visitors with the amenities you might expect of a hotel. As well as including en-suite bathrooms that each have an individual shower and WC as well as towels and toiletries, guestrooms also feature LCD televisions, hairdryer, and tea and coffee making facilities. Each of the 64 rooms is simply decorated and comfortable.
Guests can make use of the hotels restaurant and bar area. Breakfast is served daily and features a choice of dishes including full English and Continental equivalent. During the day a limited menu of snacks and light meals is offered. During the evening, a full menu of dishes is available including burgers, pasta, curries, and a wide range of affordable options. The bar, which makes for a nice location to unwind, offers a range of hot and cold, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks as well as a few light snacks. All of these can be enjoyed whilst looking out on the river and its vista views.
With its central location, guests at the Dolby Hotel Liverpool will find that a wide range of attractions are within easy reach, regardless of the guests tastes.
Those looking to enjoy a spot of city life can roam around the many shops and stores found within the city centre including Liverpool One, an open air complex that combines residential, entertainment, and shopping districts into one. Shoppers are highly likely to find whatever it is theyre looking for here.
Those in search of a little history will find a large number of fascinating attractions to peruse. The Royal Liver Buildings, the Albert Docks, and the Cathedral are all locations that offer intriguing architecture and a sense of the historic whilst the Cavern Club and the Beatles Museum offer a modern cultural influence (both celebrate the world famous pop band, The Beatles).
The Neptune Theatre, Playhouse Theatre, and Philharmonic Hall are all traditional concert halls that provide some of the finest in entertainment, including opera, ballet, and orchestras, whilst the Echo Arena brings things bang up to date as it hosts the likes of pop and rock concerts and professional wrestling cards.
Those with an interest in sports can visit Goodison Park, home of Everton football club, or Anfield, home of Liverpool FC. Aintree racecourse is also close by. This is the course that the Grand National, the most famous of UK horseraces, is run. The event takes place early in April for those hoping to visit.
Those willing to venture out a little further may be enticed by the likes of historic Chester or metropolitan Manchester. Particularly interesting for families is Knowlely Safari Park (on the city outskirts), the Blue Planet Aquarium (near Cheshire), or Chester Zoo, all of which can be reached with a comfortable car journey from the Dolby Hotel Liverpool.