Meeting Information2018-09-13T16:03:03+00:00

The City of Liverpool

Liverpool is a modern, vibrant city, proud of its rich heritage and world trade roots, famous for its friendly people, and known worldwide for football and a particular pop foursome. Only by visiting can you fully appreciate how much this wonderful place has to offer.

Liverpool is blessed with some of the finest restaurants, bars, bistros and cafes found anywhere in the UK. Within its lively streets you will find cosy cellar bars, live music bars, family-friendly pubs, award-winning restaurants and quirky cafes and bistros offering an eclectic mix of dishes and cuisine. Of course, international food features heavily on the Liverpool menu, but you can discover local recipes too – including Scouse, a delicious lamb or beef stew from which the nickname for Liverpudlians comes from.

Why not stay over in Liverpool during your conference? You will find more than 6,000 bedrooms within walking distance, in hotels with a range of facilities and budgets. Working with the Liverpool Hoteliers Association and in partnership with the Liverpool Convention Bureau, we’ll ensure your accommodation needs are covered.

Remember, too, that our special Delegate Card scheme offers exclusive discounts on hotel rooms, restaurants,  attractions and more. This gives you significant extra value, enabling you to make the most of your time here.

Where to Stay

Why not stay over in Liverpool during your conference? You will find more than 6,000 bedrooms within walking distance, in hotels with a range of facilities and budgets. Working with the Liverpool Hoteliers Association and in partnership with the Liverpool Convention Bureau, we’ll ensure your accommodation needs are covered.

Remember, too, that our special Delegate Card scheme offers exclusive discounts on hotel rooms, restaurants,  attractions and more. This gives you significant extra value, enabling you to make the most of your time here.

Heritage & History

Liverpool’s World Heritage status ranks the city alongside other internationally known historic cities such as Vienna and Venice. It stretches along the waterfront from The Royal Albert Dock through The Pier Head and up to Stanley Dock, and up through the historic commercial districts and the RopeWalks area to the historic cultural quarter around William Brown Street. The port and the city’s buildings are an exceptional testimony to mercantile culture.

What to see

For a compact city, Liverpool features an impressive collection of attractions. The waterfront is a fascinating mix of the historic and modern, while the city itself similarly boasts historic quarters and modern shopping and entertainment areas. With plenty of open space, much of it landscaped and pedestrianised, Liverpool is a joy to wander – you will find pleasant surprises around many corners. We have listed a few attractions here, but visit Liverpool’s official tourism website at www.visitliverpool.com for more information.

Venue Information

ACC Liverpool
Kings Dock,
Liverpool Waterfront,
Liverpool, Merseyside,
L3 4FP

Just in case your satellite navigation device doesn’t recognise ACC Liverpool you can try one of the following actions:

Use the postcode L3 4BX, with the following co-ordinates – LAT:53.396007   LONG:-2.99118 (all satellite navigation units have this function)
Enter the city as ‘Liverpool’ and the road name as ‘Queen’s Wharf’
Company Name:  The ACC Liverpool Group Limited

VIEW The ACC Liverpool WEBSITE

How to find the venue

Arrive by land, air, or sea. Two international airports, 20 minutes from the UK motorway network, and closer still to trains and ferries, ACC Liverpool is a venue that’s easy to reach, but such a special place that it’s always harder to leave.

Our address is Kings Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 4FP.

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