62 Castle Street Hotel is located in the heart of Liverpool City Centre, making it easy for all of our guests to reach, whether you’re travelling by road, rail, or aeroplane. Being so close to the city’s main shopping centres, restaurants, bars, and attractions, means there’s no shortage of things to do during your visit.
On this page, you can find out how to get here safe and sound, and also get a feel for the city itself.
As a major port city, Liverpool is serviced by exceptional transport links. However you choose to travel, finding our hotel could not be easier.
Our address is
62 Castle Street
If you’re traveling by car and using a SatNav, click on the following link for directions.
You can also enter our postcode – L2 7LQ – into your SatNav to guide you here safely.
There are plenty of parking opportunities available around 62 Castle Street Hotel. From multi-storey NCP car parks to smaller private parking sites, you should have no problem finding a vacant spot for your car within walking distance of the hotel. The parking website Parkepedia will show you the latest availability and prices, updated in real-time.
Liverpool is well-served by train links. The national City Line brings travellers from all over the country into Merseyside, terminating at Liverpool Lime Street. It’s only a brief walk of 2 km, or 1.24 miles to the hotel, but there is a rank of black cabs outside the station, if you’re carrying luggage or would rather catch a lift.
From Liverpool Lime Street, you can jump on any train on the Wirral Line and be at James Street station in two stops. From here, 62 Castle Street Hotel is just down the road, less than half a kilometre, or under a third of a mile.
Flights to the North West tend to land at Manchester (MAN) or Liverpool John Lennon (LPL) airport. From Manchester Airport, it’s a distance of 75 km, or 46.6 miles to the hotel. From Liverpool John Lennon Airport, it’s 17 km or 10.56 miles. If you’re hopping into a taxi for the rest of your journey, they should have no trouble finding us. If travelling by train, or hiring a car, follow the directions above.
Liverpool is one of the most diverse and vibrant cities in the country, and nowhere is that more apparent than in the vast array of food and drink establishments. From the front of the hotel, you can see at least a dozen bars, cafes, and restaurants. As you head further into the city, you’ll find everything from global fast-food chains, to family-run restaurants featuring any cuisine you might fancy. These are some of our favourites, all right outside our front door.
Located on the same site as the 62 Castle Street Hotel, you couldn’t ask for a more convenient place to eat and drink than Neighbourhood. Luckily for our guests, the food is exceptional and the service outstanding. This New York-inspired bar and restaurant offers a little something for everyone – from sushi rolls and sharing plates to indulgent desserts and signature cocktails.
Gino D'Acampo’s My Restaurant
One of the country’s most famous celebrity chefs, Gino D’Acampo opened up his My Restaurant just down the road from 62 Castle Street Hotel. Offering sit down meals and takeaway food, as well as special event nights, you can guarantee high quality food cooked by some of the best chefs in the region.
Across the road from the hotel is the Bouchon Bistro De Luxe & Bar. Part of the Salt House Hospitality Chain – a local firm with popular restaurants across the city – you can expect fantastic dishes on both their a la carte and set menus.
Located on nearby Dale Street, Moose Coffee offers American-style breakfasts for diners with a hearty appetite. From pancakes and waffles to French toast and eggs Benedict, there’s no better way to start your day. They also serve their own blends of tea and coffee to wash it all down.
Words can’t do justice to the dining experience you will have at the Alchemist. The building itself lives up to the name, with its steampunk atmosphere and the sense of wonder and magic in the air. The food is excellent, but the cocktails are nothing less than sensational. If you want to experience something truly different, the Alchemist is the place to go.
With a city charter dating back more than 800 years, Liverpool has a rich and varied history. Over the centuries it has been known as a melting pot of art, sport, music, and industry. Its blending of cultures and ideas is what gives Liverpool its unique character and makes it one of the most exciting cities in the UK. Here are just some of the attractions you can find in the city, all within a short distance of the hotel.
Situated at the Royal Albert Dock in a converted warehouse, the Tate Liverpool is one of the largest galleries of contemporary art in the country. It houses its own extensive permanent collections, as well as regular exhibitions from some of the world’s most respected artists.
Cavern Club/Matthew Street
Cavern Club/Matthew Street
One of Liverpool’s most popular nightlife destinations, the city’s musical heritage is wrapped tightly around Matthew Street. Home to the original Cavern Club, made famous by the Beatles, and Eric’s that hosted hundreds of bands at the height of the seventies punk explosion, today you will find more bars and nightclubs than anywhere else in the city.
One of Liverpool’s most famous landmarks, its spires are home to a pair of Liver Birds – the emblem of the city. The birds face in opposite directions – one looking over the city and the other looking out to sea.
The largest shopping centre in the city, this open-air retail complex houses some of the biggest national and global brands, selling everything from toys and games, to fashion and electronics. Spanning five storeys, Liverpool ONE includes an entire floor of bars and restaurants, as well as a cinema and an indoor golf course.
Anfield & Goodison
Anfield & Goodison
Liverpool is lucky enough to have two top-flight football teams in the Premier League – Liverpool and Everton and a trip to their respective grounds is a must for any fan of the game. Whether you’ve managed to score tickets to the match, or want to take a tour of the ground and visit the club shop.
Royal Albert Dock
Royal Albert Dock
This historic collection of dock buildings and warehouses has undergone significant regeneration since the late 80s and is now a major tourist destination. Home to dozens of shops and restaurants, as well as the Liverpool Maritime Museum and the Tate Liverpool art gallery.
Liverpool has two cathedrals, representing both its Anglican and Catholic citizens. Liverpool Cathedral was built in the early 20th century in the Gothic Revival style, while the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral was completed in 1967 to a more contemporary design.
World Museum in Liverpool was established in 1851 and has exhibits covering five floors. These include archaeology and Egyptology, world history, natural history, world culture, prehistory, space, and more. A popular attraction is the planetarium, with its regular space-related shows running daily.
Walker Art Gallery
Walker Art Gallery
Established in 1877, the Walker Art Gallery is home to one of the largest art collections in England outside of London. Featuring examples of all major art styles and periods from medieval paintings to contemporary art, there is something for everyone.
Perhaps Liverpool’s most famous exports, The Beatles are an important part of the city’s history. Every souvenir shop has Beatles memorabilia for sale to tourists and locals alike, while fans can visit the Beatles Story Museum or learn more about the band and their influence by taking the Magical Mystery Tour around the city.
Whether you’re visiting our beautiful city for a night or an extended stay, make 62 Castle Street Hotel your home from home for the duration of your visit. Use our booking form to reserve a room, or give the team a call on 0151 725 1300, if you have any queries about your stay.