base2stay Liverpool

Housed in an old industrial building, this contemporary hotel is highly sophisticated and reasonably priced.

High-tech, eco-friendly and replete with mini-kitchen areas in each room, this lively (although not overly so) hotel is very tranquil, yet is in the heart of one of Europe's major cities. base2stay is probably Liverpool's best hotel.


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The European Capital of Culture for 2008, Liverpool is known the world over as a port, a first class football team, and of course, for The Beatles. There can't be any other city that attracts so many tourists because of a four-piece band from 40 years ago, but it remains a major reason for visiting the city.

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You can still take the ‘Magical Mystery Tour' around the Beatles related sites in the city, on board the brightly painted bus used by the band in the film of the same name. The Beatles Story Museum , on the banks of the river is the starting place for this, but also draws people to the newly regenerated areas around the docks. Modern shops and apartments are replacing dark and grubby warehouses, and other attractions such as the Tate Liverpool are providing an ultra modern feel to the 800 year old city.

The Beatles Story, Britannia Vaults, Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AD (0151) 709 1963

No visit to Liverpool would be complete without a trip through The Beatles Story.
Located in Liverpool’s historic Albert Dock, this fascinating museum provides an atmospheric journey through the heady times of the ‘Fab Four’.

The Beatles Story contains a further site that builds on the history of the band with the Fab4D Experience. Located at the Beatles Story Pier Head in the Mersey Ferries Terminal, this magical exhibition takes the visitor on 3D and 4D journey through the music of the Beatles.

The Cavern Club, 10 Matthew Street, Liverpool L2 6RE (0151) 236 1965
The Cavern Club is billed as ‘the most famous Club in the World’ and it’s easy to understand why.
Opened in 1957 as a jazz club, the Cavern quickly turned to ‘skiffle music’ and one of the first groups booked to perform this new craze was ‘The Quarrymen Skiffle Group’; a band fronted by John Lennon. Now the stuff of legend, the Cavern first hosted the Beatles on their return from Hamburg in February 1961. The group went on to become a club favourite and global phenomenon.
Open daily, the Cavern is now a place of homage for many music fans.

Walker Art Gallery, William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EL (0151) 478 4199
The Walker Art Gallery has housed Liverpool’s art collection since the late 19th century.
Presented to Liverpool by its former Mayor and local brewer, Andrew Barclay Walker, the gallery has since collected famous works such as, ‘And when did you last see your father?’ by WF Yeames and ‘Dantes Dream’ by Rossetti.

Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4BB (0151) 702 7400
Opened in 1988 and displaying work from the Tate collection in the north of England, the Tate Liverpool has since become a major venue for modern art exhibitions.
A special exhibition programme brings work from other collections and the Tate Liverpool has exhibited over 150 different displays from all around the world.

Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AQ (0151) 478 4499
Liverpool has a rich maritime heritage and it’s celebrated here in the Merseyside Maritime Museum.
Housed in a number of galleries are hundreds of exhibits detailing Liverpool’s secret smuggling past. There are also stories of Liverpool’s emigrants to the ‘New World’ and artefacts and pictures of three tragic ships associated with Liverpool; the Titanic, Lusitania and Empress of Ireland.


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