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Hanover Hotel
62 Hanover Street
Liverpool
Merseyside

L1 4AF | View map

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The spirit of the Mersey scene lives on at the Hanover Hotel in Liverpool, the home of Rock and Blues - loved by all our visitors from throughout the UK and around the World.

Our friendly welcome includes comfortable rooms for parties of any size, a wealth of local attractions, fantastic live music and superb food and drinks. The Hanover has recently been refurbished to a high standard and is the ideal base to explore the rejuvenated city of Liverpool - being situated right at the heart of the tourist centre. Explore the home of the Beatles and the Mersey scene, Liverpool's historic docks and superb museums and art galleries. World famous for football teams, comedians and musicians, Liverpool was once Britain's principal port and is steeped in history. Everything the vibrant city of Liverpool has to offer is just a few steps away from the Hanover Hotel.

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