With its world-class culture and heritage, spectacular event programme and famously friendly inhabitants, Liverpool is the ideal destination for a short break.  


By Day

Just up river from Malmaison you'll find Albert Dock, Liverpool's number one visitor attraction and a UNESCO world heritage site. Stunning waterfront meets stylish shops, cafés and clubs, The Beatles Story and Tate Liverpool, home of the National Collection of Modern Art in the north. And just across the road is Liverpool ONE: 160 high street stores in the largest city centre regeneration project in Europe. Take a ferry across the Mersey or join the sea of fans heading to Anfield and Goodison Park to watch the city's two famous football clubs; and don't forget the world's greatest steeplechase, the Grand National at Aintree.


By Night

From high culture to underground drinking dens, Liverpool city centre comes alive at night. The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic holds world-class performances throughout the year, or if you want to party, join the hoards in world-famous Mathew Street, home of The Cavern, take your pick from the many ultra-stylish clubs or take your seat at the Liverpool Echo Arena and enjoy the sights and sounds of world-famous bands and performers.