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Express by Holoiday Inn Knowsley Liverpool
Ribblers Lane
Knowsley
Merseyside

L34 9HA | View map

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Express by Holiday Inn, Knowsley Liverpool is located on the outskirts of Liverpool just twenty minutes from the city centre and twenty minutes from John Lennon Airport. The hotel is ideally situated for Anfield Football Ground, Aintree Race Course and Knowsley Safari Park. The city centre attractions such as The Beattles Story, Liverpool One and the Albert Dock are easily reached by car, taxi, train or bus. The Express by Holiday Inn, Knowsley Liverpool features a fully licensed late bar and lounge area with sky television. The 86 speacious bedrooms have been designed to provide maximum comfort for you our guest, including black out curtains for a good nights sleep. Our bedroom amenities include, power shower, TV/Pay movies, wireless internet access, Tea/Coffee tray, hairdryer.The Great Room offers our complimentary continental breakfast and in the evenings an in-house snack menu. There are also several local restaurants just a short drive away.The Express by Holiday Inn, Knowsley Liverpool also has 4 versatile air-conditioned meeting rooms, which can accommodate up to 40 people.A warm and friendly Knowsley welcome awaits.

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