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Liverpool (Ville)

Historically a major port at the forefront of the English industrial revolution, Liverpool has relied on the renown of the Beatles and other “Mersey beat” artists, as well as on its prestigious football clubs, to place itself on the global map of tourism destinations.

Beyond culture and sports, the Merseyside port remains a major economic centre, notably hosting companies active in the sectors of finance, insurance, trade, education and health care.

The city hosts 6,206 chain rooms as of January 1, 2018, stabilising from 2017 after a strong increase in 2016. Even more than in other UK cities, the local category breakdown is dominated by the budget and economy segments.

Key information

6,206 rooms Corporate operated chain supply as of 01/01/2018 (rooms)

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