Premier Inn Liverpool City Centre (Moorfields) Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn Liverpool City Centre (Moorfields) Hotel
Location was central, attractions an easy walk away. Price was great and the breakfast was one of the best we've had.
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... history this city has gone through over the many years.
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