The city was founded as a borough in 1207 and became a city officially in 1880. This city is North West England has an estimated population of around 440,000. Liverpool has a long and interesting history that dates back to 1190 when the city was called 'Liuerpul. The locals in Liverpool are also known as Liverpudlians or Scousers which is more colloquial. Liverpool is also home to the two of the top ten clubs in the English Premier League namely Liverpool F.C and Everton F.C. You can book great hotel in Liverpool and get to experience what it is like when these two teams meet. The coastal positioning of Liverpool belies its historical importance to Britain and beyond. Those wishing to check into some of the finest hotels in Liverpool can do so quickly and easily with HRS.com
The city has held importance in many areas throughout the centuries. From being the major port of the British Empire, the city is now a centre of financial services, with Barclays, JP Morgan and HBOS having offices here. Hotels in Liverpool are amongst some of the finest in Europe. Whether you seek the lavish and luxurious or the simple and affordable, the city has all you would think of. Liverpool is also a leader in computer technology, with Sony having it’s only European research and testing facility here. Besides the notable organizations, Liverpool has a number of amazing attractions which brings visitors to this part of the UK yearly. There are hundreds of landmarks and listed buildings that are well worth seeking out. For example, you can visit the Liverpool Cathedral, of Speke Hall. If you enjoy museums, you must check out Merseyside Maritime Museum, or the Walker Art Gallery. You can step out of your centrally located hotel in Liverpool and the visit the Mendips, the home where John Lennon of the Beatles lived during his youth.
The city’s economic and tourist attractions make hotels in Liverpool extremely popular. The city’s cultural heritage is second to none. Whilst you are here, make sure you take a stroll around the Tate gallery, or pop into the Cavern Club, where The Beatles made their name. The city has great transport links, from John Lennon Airport and ferry crossings to Ireland, the fantastic road and rail routes linking the city with the rest of the UK. Liverpool lies directly on some of the key motorways in the UK. You can travel on the M62 between Liverpool and Manchester. The city is also connected to the M1 and M6 linking the city with the rest of the UK. Within the city, you can choose from buses and the metro rail network. Whatever your reason for visiting Liverpool, hotels can be booked quickly and efficiently with HRS.