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Crowne Plaza Hotel Liverpool
St. Nicholas Place, Princes Dock
Liverpool, L31QW

Holiday Inn Liverpool City Centre
Lime Street
Liverpool, L1 1NQ

Express by Holiday Inn Liverpool-Albert Dock
Britannia Pavillion
Liverpool, L34ad

Britannia Adelphi Hotel
Ranelagh Place, Merseyside
Liverpool, L3 5UL GB

Marriott Liverpool
Queen Square
Liverpool Merseyside, L1 1RH

Hope Street Hotel
40 Hope Street
Liverpool, L1 9DA

Radisson SAS Hotel Liverpool
107 Old Hall Street
Liverpool, L3 9LQ

Ibis Liverpool City Centre
27 Wapping
Liverpool, L18DQ

Atlantic Tower by Thistle
Chapel Street
Liverpool, L3 9RE

Campanile Liverpool
Chaloner Street, Queens Dock
Liverpool, L34AJ

Jurys Inn Liverpool
31 Keel Wharf
Liverpool, L3 4FN

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About Liverpool

Liverpool was established when King John signed patents in 1207. According to historians, the king also laid out the original seven streets of the town. The city grew slowly until the arrival of the Triangular Trade at the advent of the 18th century. Raw materials from America and the West Indies arrived in the port and finished goods were shipped to Africa. The goods were exchanged for slaves who were then sent to the Americas to complete the trade. At the height of the slave trade, Liverpool controlled over 40 percent of the European slave market. The port and industrial might of the city continued to prosper for several centuries. In recognition of its status, Liverpool was the homeport for the RMS Titanic. It was also the embarkation point for millions of Europeans headed for the New World. Liverpool is home to the oldest Chinese community on the European continent and the oldest African immigrant community in the UK.

During World War II, Liverpool sustained heavy damage from air raids and was one of the main disembarkation points for American GIs. American music, particularly rhythm and blues, influenced Liverpool's rock and roll music scene known as the Merseybeat. Liverpool was the birthplace of the Beatles and other renowned musical groups that comprised the British Invasion of the 1960s. It is home to UK's oldest existing symphony orchestra. There are numerous well-known landmarks, museums, and performing arts venues. The port facilities enable cruise ships to dock close to the city center.

The city's economy is built on the service sector with a heavy concentration in education, healthcare, finance, and tourism. Liverpool is the second largest economy and the sixth most visited metropolitan areas in the UK. The city was designated a European Capital of Culture in 2008.