Green Park Hotel

4 - 6 Greenbank Dr, Liverpool, Greater Liverpool, England, L17 1AW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Kensington and Fairfield area of Liverpool, is near Mersey Ferries, Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre, Formby Beach, and Newsham Park.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGreen Park Hotel Liverpool

    Reviewed by julieparker

    On the rise

    Reviewed Jul 31, 2013
    by (33 reviews) Sydney Metropolitan Area, New South Wales , Australia Flag of Australia

    The team of this hotel have renovated and are still renovating, and are doing a good job. Clean, large rooms and nice bathrooms.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Green Park Hotel Liverpool

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Liverpool

    Sunshine, good day, sunshine in Liverpool

    A travel blog entry by julieparker on Aug 01, 2013

    46 photos

    We arose and the sun was shining, had breakfast and set off to catch the bus into the centre of Liverpool. We got out of the bus at the Adelphi Hotel at Brownlow Hill. We spied a hop on hop off bus tour - City Explorer Liverpool. We paid for two and waited on the bus to start our tour. The tour was great, we went around from our start point to …

    A day in the Medieval City of Chester

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Aug 12, 2014

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... to Chester are what they call the "Rows". These are several hundred year old first floor covered continuous walkways which form shopping galleries and originated in the 13th century. From the street level this allows for two tiers of shops, with the Rows being accessed by steps at various intervals. The four main streets of Chester are lined with Rows, most of them have been renovated during the 19th century to a predominant style of black and white Tudor building with ...

    St Andrew's, the Lake District and The Beatles

    A travel blog entry by jesspratt on Aug 11, 2014

    18 photos

    ... treat other human beings so badly?" - and then as an Australian you think 'how about the way we treat those people seeking asylum in our country?' Makes you think whether in a couple of hundred years people will be as disgusted by our actions as we were of the white folk owning black slaves. After the exhibition we were feeling a bit down (clearly - nothing like slavery to bring down one's mood) so we popped across to another exhibit combining the music life of Elvis ...

    North Wales, 4-7 Aug 2014

    A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Aug 11, 2014

    22 photos

    ... it “not for the faint-hearted”!

    We also visited Aberconwy House, a 14th Century merchant's house, and spent some time walking along the quay and along the river. One of the buildings on the quay measures only 3.05m high by 1.8m wide and is the smallest house in Britain. There are 3 bridges across the river – a railway bridge, a modern road bridge and a suspension bridge built by Thomas Telford in 1826. Conwy is a very interesting ...

    Buddha life

    A travel blog entry by jaschoy on Aug 10, 2014

    We found a book about the teachings of Buddha in our manchester hotel room. This occupied most of our evening. This morning we went to McDonalds to book our bnb for Barcelona. We had a seriously *************necting to the wifi there and a lady who worked their spent her time trying to help us connect. When we eventually gave up frustrated, we insisted it was ok. It was not ok... She replied with, "no it's not ok... I'll get a manager". Her dedication to helping us, was a really special ...