Hampton by Hilton Liverpool John Lennon Airport
The 3-star Hampton by Hilton Liverpool John Lennon Airport hotel is conveniently located across from the airport terminal, with easy access to the city centre. The comfortable, modern guestrooms have flat panel televisions with cable channels and pay movies. Guestrooms provide complimentary weekday newspapers. All guestrooms provide desks and ergonomic chairs. Guestrooms feature coffee/tea makers. Bathrooms offer hair dryers. Additional amenities include irons/ironing boards and clock radios. Complimentary WiFi is available throughout the hotel including in guest rooms. A continental breakfast is complimentary to guests. The hotel also provides a fitness centre, bar/lounge and a 24-hour snack area. Business amenities including a business center, meeting rooms for small groups, and audio visual equipment. Easy transportation links into the city centre puts the hotel close to all Liverpool top attractions such as the Docks area (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Anfield or the Beatles Story Museum as well as Speke Hall, Clarkes Gardens, and Paul McCartney's Childhood Home. Regional attractions include Norton Priory Museum.
NameHampton by Hilton Liverpool John Lennon Airport
AddressSpeke Hall Avenue, L24 1YD, Liverpool United Kingdom | 7.5 miles from city center | Show on map
Telephone: +44(845)1226787 | Fax:+44(845)1226778 | Official Homepage
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The Beatles Fab Four Taxi Tour
The Beatles Fab Four Taxi Tour takes you on a 2 1/2 hour ride through the streets of Liverpool and past many locations that are related to the Beatles. The tours can start from anywhere in the city and you can request to be picked up directly from your hotel. Each of the taxis is named after a Beatles song and can accommodate up to 5 guests at one time. The guided audio tour is available in 7 languages and during your journey Beatles songs will be played. The journey will lead you to the childhood homes of John, Paul, George and Ringo and the former family home of Beatles manager Brian Epstein. You will see St Peter's Church and Church Hall were Paul first met John, the maternity hospital where John was born and the college they attended. Also many places which inspired the Beatles to some of their most famous songs will be on the itinerary, such as Eleanor Rigby's Tombstone, Penny Lane and the red gates to the Strawberry Fields Park. Further Beatles attractions you will see include the Empress Pub and many more. On-line reservation is possible via the website, each tour costs £45 per taxi.
A River Explorer Cruise lasts approximately 50 minutes and not only affords visitors the opportunity to discover the waterfront which has been declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site, but can also be combined with visits to other attractions such as Spaceport and Play Planet in Seacombe, effectively making it a day trip. A visit to the Woodside Café in Birkenhead is also an option. Departures are on the hour from 10h00 till 15h00 on weekdays, extended until 18h00 on weekends. Tariffs and recommended itineraries as well as details of events and special cruises can be found at the website.
Magical Mystery Tour
The Magical Mystery Tour is a two hour long guided trip on a bus which is similar to the one from the 1967 film. The itinerary covers various places such as Penny Lane which influenced the music of the Beatles and stops include some of their childhood homes and schools. There are daily departures from the Gower Street Bus Stop (14h10) and the Tourist Information Centre at 08 Place (14h30) with additional tours on weekends, details of which are available at the website. Tariffs are £12.95 and pre-booking is advised.
City Sightseeing Liverpool
This City Sightseeing tour offers a 55-minute itinerary with pre-recorded English commentaries and buses depart roughly every half hour between 10h15 and 16h15. The route includes the Cathedral, Chinatown, Albert Dock, the Cavern and more in its twelve stops. For details of pricing and timetables please visit the website.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport
Liverpool Airport is one of the oldest in the UK, having been officially opened in 1933. It was renamed Liverpool John Lennon Airport in 2001 when extensive refurbishment was undertaken, and a statue of Lennon is in the main passenger walkway. It is the first airport in the UK to be named after an individual. The airport now handles more than 5 million passengers a year with scheduled services to 69 UK and Europe destinations. Holiday charter flights increase the traffic in the summer season. Two of Europe's largest low-cost airlines - easyJet and Ryanair - use Liverpool as a base. Motorway links are close to the airport and regular bus services operate to the centres of Liverpool and Manchester, and surrounding towns. Liverpool city centre is only 7 miles. The terminal provides the usual range of shops, taxis and car hire outlets, as well as a conference centre on site. Wi-fi has recently been introduced throughout. The terminal is often used for art and photography exhibitions. The Friends of Liverpool Airport provide tours of the airport (bookable in advance) which consist of a 45 minute presentation of the history of the airport and a one hour walking tour of the facilities.
The Liverpool Museum & Tour Centre is situated at the Anfield football stadium. If offers information about the clubs successes and history. The stadium tour takes you behind the scenes at Anfield and offers a chance to visit the dressing room, the trophy room, to walk down the tunnel to the sound of the crowd and to sit in the team dug-out. Tour guides will then accompany you on to The Kop. The tour also includes a view of a 10 minute film about the history and most recent successes of the club. It is advisable to book in advance for stadium tours. The museum is open every day of the week from 10am until 5pm. Last admission to museum is 4pm.