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BEST WESTERN Feathers Liverpool Hotel

117-125 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 5TF

Ratings & Awards


3 stars Hotel inspected by the Tourist Board (Visit Britain) for level of service and facilities. (Reflected in the number of stars awarded)
Gold CSR award from Green Tourism.

Hotel Amenities


  • Free Internet
  • Charged parking onsite (24 spaces)
  • Parking On Site
  • Restaurants
  • Bars
  • WIFI
  • No Lift
  • 24hr service
  • Hotel And Bedrooms All Completely Non Smoking

Get in touch


08445 76 76 76
*local rate

Attractions
near the BEST WESTERN Feathers Liverpool Hotel, Liverpool


Everyman Theatre

The Everyman Theatre was opened in 1964 in a former 19th-century chapel in Liverpool city centre and became renowned for its pioneering theatre productions. Today, with the Playhouse, it presents plays by mostly local writers with several premières each year.

Available : Daily

The Side Door

The Side Door is an ideal pre-theatre restaurant in Liverpool city centre, and is simply decorated in cream and red with wooden floors. The bistro's weekly changing menu places an emphasis on local produce, especially fresh fish straight from the boat. The chef is also renowned for English desserts like bread and butter pudding.

Available : Daily; not Sun

The Magnet

Opened as The Magnet in 1998, this city centre bar and club has a relaxed mood and low lighting, attracting Liverpool's music lovers and arty types. You can expect jazz, soul, funk and rare groove from DJs and live bands.

Available : Daily

60 Hope Street

60 Hope Street is a simply styled city centre restaurant located in an elegant Georgian building. In the main restaurant, the tables are dressed with fresh flowers and the menu includes dishes like roast Cumbrian venison and grilled fillet of sea bass. Save space for indulgent hot chocolate fondant or British and Irish cheeses.

Available : Daily; not Sun

The Egg Café

The Egg Café is located in a Liverpool city centre gallery with panoramic views of the city. Bohemian types meet here for exhibitions and vegetarian food. The daily changing menu might include veggie burgers, vegetable dahl or vegan shepherd's pie. There's no drinks license, but you can bring your own for a small corkage fee.

Available : Daily

Chameleon Bar

One of the highlights of Liverpool's busy city centre bar scene, the contemporary Chameleon Bar is a place to let your hair down. Bar staff show off their cocktail-mixing skills and live music provides entertainment throughout the evening.

Available : Daily

The Zanzibar Club

Small, low-key and independent, Liverpool's Zanzibar Club has a reputation for promoting up-and-coming bands and staging a wide variety of eclectic club nights. Ever-changing wall murals and comfortable seating areas to sprawl in add to the underground feel.

Available : Daily

FACT

Liverpool's Foundation for Art & Creative Technology (FACT) is a major cultural project for the 21st century. It aims to promote new visual artists, particularly in the spheres of film, video and new media.

Available : Daily

Baa Bar

Famous for its selection of £1 shots, Liverpool's Baa Bar is a popular bar-cum-club near nightlife hot spot Concert Square. Upstairs you can chill out, hit the main dance floor or take a breather in the open-air courtyard.

Available : Daily

Alma de Cuba

Set in former St Peter's Catholic Church, Alma de Cuba is a fashionable Liverpool bar with a mezzanine restaurant and remaining elements of religious design. Sip a martini or mojito while enjoy Sunday Gospel Brunch or the weekend Brazilian dancers.

Available : Daily

Chinese New Year in Liverpool

Liverpool is home to one of the oldest Chinese communities in Europe. Chinese New Year is celebrated in the streets around the Chinese Arch on Nelson Street, and 2011 is the Year of the Rabbit.

Available : Jan 2014 (annual)

Liverpool Cathedral

Liverpool Cathedral is the biggest in the UK and has the highest Gothic arches in the world. Built by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in the early 20th century, the spectacular building is a living church and used for daily worship.

Available : Daily

The Krazyhouse

Liverpool's Krazyhouse combines three rooms of indie, rock and dance music with plenty of cheap drinks and so attracts a lively crowd with plenty of students. Throw your best moves on the dance floor from Thursday to Saturday.

Available : Thu, Fri, and Sat only

Bluecoat Display Centre

This Liverpool gallery is located inside the Queen Anne-style Bluecoat buildings, which date back almost 300 years. The Bluecoat Display Centre opened in 1959 to showcase the best in design, and today it still promotes leading and emerging craftspeople.

Available : Daily

Walker Art Gallery

Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery is home to a fine collection of paintings, drawings, sculpture and decorative art from the 14th to the 20th centuries. It is also one of the city's most important venues for temporary exhibitions.

Available : Daily

Mandarin Restaurant

Located in the city centre, Mandarin Restaurant is an established Peking and Cantonese eatery, its walls adorned with Eastern images. Tuck in to mixed plates of seaweed, spare ribs and pancake rolls, followed by classic mains such as fried beef in yellow bean sauce, sweet and sour king prawns or Chinese chicken curry.

Available : Daily

Cavern Club

Liverpool's legendary Cavern Club is most famously associated with the Beatles, who were discovered here by Brian Epstein. The club was rebuilt in the 1980s and prides itself on being a contemporary live music venue, showcasing up-and-coming bands.

Available : Daily

International Beatle Week

The annual International Beatle Week is a celebration of the music and lives of one of the best pop groups of all time, held in their home town, Liverpool.

Available : 20 - 26 Aug 2008 (annual)

Liverpool ONE

Modern Liverpool ONE shopping centre links the city centre with Albert Dock and is set over several levels, mostly outdoors. There's a good selection of high-street fashion stores, along with John Lewis department store, Tesco supermarket, restaurants and a cinema.

Available : Daily

Delifonseca

Delifonseca is both a restaurant and delicatessen with a bistro menu of Mediterranean favourites like serrano ham, hummus and tabbouleh. You can share a few plates or opt for freshly made falafel wraps, toasted cheese and ham croque monsieur or ciabatta sandwiches. There's also a selection of salads and daily specials.

Available : Daily; not Sun

Magical Mystery Tour

The Magical Mystery Tour takes Beatles fans on a bus trip around Liverpool visiting places associated with the Fab Four. Starting from Gower Street, Albert Dock, the tour visits Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields and ends at the Cavern Club.

Available : Daily

Babycream

A chic hotspot in Liverpool's Albert Dock, Babycream is a contemporary restaurant, bar and nightclub with views over the water and DJs playing lounge music. The styling combines brick, slate and wood with soft sofa seating and curtains of lights.

Available : Daily

G-Bar

Liverpool's G-Bar is a gay/mixed bar that hosts one of the most popular after-hours clubs in the city. Two rooms of deep and dirty grooves keep on rocking until dawn and are filled with a friendly crowd every weekend.

Available : Thu, Fri, Sat, and Sun only

International Slavery Museum

Based in the Merseyside Maritime Museum at Liverpool's Albert Dock, the International Slavery Museum explores the historical and contemporary aspects of slavery. Exhibits address the slave trade's many legacies and relate stories of bravery and rebellion among the enslaved people.

Available : Daily

Merseyside Maritime Museum

The Merseyside Maritime Museum in Liverpool's Albert Dock showcases the city's seafaring history over the last two centuries with a myriad of themes. The museum's collections look at the international importance of Liverpool as a gateway to the world, including the city's role in the transatlantic slave trade and emigration.

Available : Daily

Tate Liverpool

Highly acclaimed Tate Liverpool is the northern outpost of the Tate Gallery, opened in 1988. Bright white walls are lit by generous windows, looking out onto the water of the Albert Dock and high-profile temporary exhibitions complement those of the Tate's permanent collection.

Available : Daily; not Mon

The Beatles Story

The Beatles Story, in Liverpool's Albert Dock, traces the incredible tale of the four musicians and others that helped shape their musical destiny. The exhibition recreates a Sixties atmosphere, and presents personal testimonies of people who knew the band first-hand.

Available : Daily

Mersey Ferries

Mersey Ferries are a Liverpool institution, with boats travelling between Pier Head and Seacombe, on the Mersey River. As well as regular commuter ferries, visitors can choose the River Explorer Cruise, with a commentary providing insight into riverside attractions.

Available : Daily

Underwater Street

Underwater Street in Liverpool is a hands-on, learning environment for children from 2-10 years and their parents. Interactive exhibits in six themed zones appeal to different aspects of children's personalities providing an ideal balance between fun and education.

Available : Daily; not Mon

Panoramic

Panoramic boasts spectacular 360-degree views of Liverpool, being located on the 34th floor of a city centre building. Leather tub chairs are arranged beside the windows for aperitifs, while the elegant carpeted restaurant provides intimate sky-high dining. The chef combines the best ingredients to produce dishes like 24-hour cooked suckling pig and spiced monkfish.

Available : Daily

Lark Lane Farmers' Market

The Lark Lane Farmers' Market comes to the Sefton Park area of Liverpool each month. Stalls line the street, selling a range of locally produced vegetables, organic meat and poultry. You'll also find pies, cakes, preserves and handmade crafts.

Available : Sat only

The International Guitar Festival of Great Britain

The annual International Guitar Festival of Great Britain attracts performers from all over the world. A plethora of guitarists perform in a wide variety of styles at the Pacific Road Arts Centre and venues around the Wirral.

Available : Nov 2013 (annual)

Anfield Tour and Museum

Guided tours take you behind the scenes at Liverpool football club. Visitors are taken through the dressing rooms, down the tunnel to a cheering crowd, underneath the famous "This Is Anfield" sign and onto the pitch, finishing in the legendary "Kop".

Available : Daily

Liverpool FC 2012/13

Liverpool FC play their home matches at Anfield Stadium. The Premier League runs between August and May and full fixture lists can be found on the club websites. Please note: games may be rearranged due to cup or television commitments.

Available : 25 Aug 2012 - 19 May 2013 (annual)

Liverpool Food and Drink Festival

The Liverpool Food and Drink Festival is held annually in the picturesque Sefton Park. Over 60 of the city's bars and restaurants showcase and sell their specialities, while there is also live music, cookery demonstrations and appearances by celebrity chefs.

Available : Sep 2013 (annual)

Bonfire Night Fireworks Displays

Fireworks explode to music during Liverpool's spectacular Bonfire Night events, which take place at Sefton Park, Walton Hall Park and Newsham Park. Up to 100,000 people come from all over the city and the surrounding area to enjoy the displays.

Available : Nov 2008 (annual)

Africa Oyé

The sounds of Africa hit Liverpool's Sefton Park each summer during the Africa Oyé festival. This showcase of live African and Caribbean music presents world-class artists and is the UK's major African music event.

Available : Jun 2013 (annual)

Hub Festival

The Hub Festival at Liverpool's Wellington Dock is the UK's largest free urban culture event. The weekend features extreme sports, break-dancing and live music. A huge skate park and dirt jump host breathtaking skateboarding and BMX stunts.

Available : May 2013 (annual)

Everton FC 2012/13

Everton FC play their home matches at Goodison Park. The Premier League runs between August and May and full fixture lists can be found on the club websites. Please note: games may be rearranged due to cup or television commitments.

Available : 18 Aug 2012 - 19 May 2013 (annual)

Pacific Road Arts Centre

Birkenhead's largest multi-purpose arts & exhibition centre, the Pacific Road Arts Centre shares the former storage and transit warehouse which stretches between the River Mersey and Shore Road with a postal sorting office.

Available : Daily; not Sun


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BEST WESTERN Feathers Liverpool Hotel
117-125 Mount Pleasant
Liverpool
Merseyside
L3 5TF

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