Liverpool City Centre is one of the most architecturally significant locations of the United Kingdom and boasts some impressive buildings like the St George’s Hall, Liverpool Cathedral, Oriel Chambers, The Royal Liver Building and the West Tower.
Located within the city center lies the Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City, which is a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site. The site comprises out of six locations in downtown Liverpool.
The Pier Head located at Liverpool waterfront, dominated by The Liver Building, Cunard Building and The Port of Liverpool Building.
The Albert Dock just south of the Pier Head at the waterfront. It’s a complex of warehouses and dock buildings designed by Jesse Hartley and Philip Hardwick and opened in 1846. The Tate Liverpool, Merseyside Maritime Museum and The Beatles Story can be found there. The Albert Dock area is surrounded by many hotels and excellent restaurants.
The Stanley Dock Conservation Area, located north of Pier Head, includes several docks such as the Stanley Dock, Collingwood Dock, Salisbury Dock and Clarence Graving Dock and parts of the Leeds Liverpool Canal and associated canal locks. Among the buildings listed in this area are the Victoria Clock Tower and Stanley Dock Tobacco Warehouse.
Duke Street Conservation Area, known as the Ropewalks area, consists out of the south western part of the Duke Street conservation area, as well as two warehouses on College Lane and Bluecoat Chambers on School lane. It’s situated near the Old Dock and includes Bluecoat Chambers, which is the oldest surviving building in Liverpool city centre, dating back to 1715.
The Castle Street Conservation Area or Commercial Quarter includes Castle Street at one end and the Town Hall at the other end. It links Old Hall Street by Exchange Flags, Victoria Street, Water Street and Dale Street. Many buildings listed by UNESCO are found in this area such as the Town Hall, Tower Buildings and Hargreaves Building.
The William Brown Street Conservation Area or Cultural Quarter includes St George’s Hall, Lime Street Station, the Walker Art Gallery, the World Museum Liverpool, the former Great North Western Hotel and the entrance the Queensway Tunnel.
We offer you numerous excellent accommodation right in Central Liverpool. Stay close to the university, the cathedrals, theatres, restaurants and all famous landmarks of the city centre. Cheap or luxury hotels, and apartments for rent in the bustling city centre, cultural quarter and business district of inner city Liverpool, with all of its shops, bars and leisure attractions, and the city’s ever-expanding business and commercial districts. Stay near Matthew Street, the Beatles Museum, the historic Albert Dock, the museums, cathedrals, theatres (the Empire, Everyman, Liverpool Playhouse, Neptune, Royal Court and the Unity Theatre), the Beatles Tours, Liverpool Town Hall, The University of Liverpool, etc..
Main squares located in Liverpool City Centre, England UK
Concert Square — central city square surrounded by bars, pubs and nightclubs.
Derby Square — was once the site of the city castle, and now contains Liverpool’s Victoria Monument.
Queen Square — city centre plaza surrounded by many pubs and restaurants.