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Welcome to Premier Inn Birkenhead Town Centre

Address: Conway Street, Birkenhead, CH41 5AP

Hotel Description

Offering a restaurant, Premier Inn Birkenhead Town Centre is situated 3 miles from Liverpool city centre and a 15-minute walk from Hamilton Square train station. Liverpool can be reached via ferry from Birkenhead Terminal which is a 4-minute walk from the hotel. Each room comes with a 40-inch flat-screen TV, a modern en-suite shower room and air conditioning. At Premier Inn Birkenhead Town Centre you will find a 24-hour front desk and a bar. The restaurant offers a mix of traditional and contemporary dishes, as well as a kid's menu. A variety of high-street shops, places to eat and drink can be found in the surrounding area. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is a 30-minute taxi ride away.

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Tranmere Rovers Football Club - Football Club

Tranmere Rovers Football Club - Football Club

Distance 1.37 miles (2.19 km)
Tranmere Rovers Football Club Formed in 1884. At one end there is the Kop Stand that replaced a former open terrace. This end used to house both home & away supporters, but has now been changed to home fans only. At the opposite end, away fans are housed in another stand called the Cowshed, which has an electric scoreboard on its roof. One side of the ground has a large, older Main Stand, while the John King Stand (formerly the Borough Road Stand) opposite is smaller, running the entire length of the pitch.

Liverpool Centre - Town Centre

Liverpool Centre - Town Centre

Distance 1.9 miles (3.03 km)
Liverpool is unusual in that it has 2 cathedrals - the gothic anglican cathedral built in 1904 and the modern roman catholic cathedral built in 1967. The city has many fine art galleries including the Tate, Walker and the Sudley Art Galleries. The Merseyside Maritime Museum on the restored water front quays, contains a fine collection of full-sized ships and boats. The City Library is one of England's largest with over 2 million books. Liverpool is also famous for the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, the Beatles, Aintree Racecourse - the home of the Grand National and its 2 major football teams. Liverpool is linked to Birkenhead via the famous Mersey Tunnel.