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hotel or bnb with parking

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hotel or bnb with parking

Hi coming to Liverpool in Feb next year so loads of time to plan .etc just want somewhere to stay with parking . Born n bred in city but haven't been in a long time x Not bothered re getting transport when parked up x I know it's good Advise?

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1. Re: hotel or bnb with parking

The Hotel Campanile at Queens Dock next to Albert Dock has free parking.

campanile-liverpool-queens-dock.co.uk/en/ind…

The Dolby Hotel a bit further up also has free parking.

dolbyhotels.co.uk/Home/tabid/36/Default.aspx

Both hotels are a 10 minute walk down the Strand to Liverpool One and the rest of the city centre so no need to get a bus or even taxi. ; -)

Edited: 03 August 2012, 23:10
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2. Re: hotel or bnb with parking

The Ibis is closer again to the city centre, just across from the Albert Dock and has its own car park. Several of the city centre hotels have car parks nearby eg Malmaison, Jurys and those at the Albert Dock but obviously for a fee, whilst Atlantic Tower has one round the corner and Crowne Plaza has its own also. Many of the out of town chains have car parking eg Premier Inn Aintree.

Whilst Feb is a while off it is worth checking whether Liverpool FC are at home when you are coming - especially if a weekend as rooms will book up quickly in advance.

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3. Re: hotel or bnb with parking

Where abouts are you from..Its always better to start at a place that you know

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