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    Liverpool Hotel with secure parking for.the bike?

    Afternoon all.

    Headed for the Manx next year and thought I might combine it with a couple of days in Liverpool with Mrs Sb.

    Any suggestions for a hotel with secure parking to save me a bit of time in phone calls, internet scouring etc?

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    Nice hotel good prices central and underground parking, and just around the corner for your ferry, the Hampton.

    https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_...e_England.html

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    Looks good Bob! Many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotboxer View Post
    Looks good Bob! Many thanks.
    You will be fine there, stayed in it twice, nice and friendly unless you are from Scotland............... joking Glasgow and Liverpool twin cities

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    Glasgow! :Eek! How very dare you? Embra!

    Scouser gets pulled over by traffic cop ...

    Do you realize your wife fell out of the car back there sir?

    Thank God for tha' officer. Ah thought a'd gone deaf!


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    Quote Originally Posted by scotboxer View Post
    Glasgow! :Eek! How very dare you? Embra!

    Scouser gets pulled over by traffic cop ...

    Do you realize your wife fell out of the car back there sir?

    Thank God for tha' officer. Ah thought a'd gone deaf!

    peace and quiet

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    I used Staybridge Appartments last December for a week.

    https://www.ihg.com/staybridge/hotel...B-_-GB-_-LPLKW

    Very good, would use again. They do charge for a secure parking space in their secure car park, but might do a cheap rate for a bike space

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    This is a good one. Very central and less than a mile from the ferry terminal. Posh Pads.

    https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_...e_England.html

    If you choose it there's a very popular Italian resteraunt in a side street opposite. They don't serve deep fried Mars Bars though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smogbob View Post
    Nice hotel good prices central and underground parking, and just around the corner for your ferry, the Hampton.

    https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_...e_England.html
    Agreed...stayed here a couple of months ago; there just happened to be a Spanish group there who had flown in & collected their bikes which were parked in the underground car park (RT's, GS's, GSA's)....not far to wander into town for a few scoops/bite to eat
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