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Eurovision arrives to The Resident Liverpool.

As the eyes of the world firmly land on Liverpool, why not pay a visit to the city everyone is talking about?

  • Eurovision Song Contest - Confetti
  • A cityscape photo of Liverpool, England.
  • Eurovision Song Contest - Concert
  • A statue of the band Beatles, in Liverpool.

Liverpool takes centre stage!

With the highly anticipated Eurovision Song Contest rapidly approaching, Liverpool eagerly awaits it’s turn on the world stage…Following a spell of nearly 25 years away, Eurovision is at last set to arrive to the UK this spring in a landmark collaboration between Great Britain and Ukraine. The event is set to strike a careful balance of paying tribute to host country, while honouring last years winners, who are sadly unable to host this year.

9th of May:

The Festivities Begin

The festivities are expected to begin from the week of Monday the 8th of May 2023, as performers, fans and the international press arrive ahead of the semi-finals on the 9th. Over the weekend excitement will reach a fever pitch with the grand finale taking place on the 13th of May.


The event is set to feature performances from more than 37 nations, with only 26 countries reaching Saturday night’s final before a 2023 winner is at last crowned.

With an exquisite selection of luxury rooms tirelessly designed to suit your every need, make yourself at home at The Resident Liverpool, located just moments from the heart of the action. Whether you are looking to explore the city’s unrivalled musical legacy, take in a local gig in the lead-up to the competition or relax under our expert care following the hustle and bustle of the event, Liverpool is sure to delight.


Discover Liverpool this May

As masses of Eurovision fans descend on the city, Liverpool has every intention of rising to the occasion and throwing one incredible party. Whether or not you manage to get tickets, there are ample activities for Eurovision fans in the city both during and in the weeks surrounding the celebrations. In the lead-up to the contest, Liverpool will unveil their new Eurovision Village along the city’s iconic waterfront, a devoted fan zone featuring an array of activities and celebrations to mark the occasion. Liverpool’s very own Baltic Triangle will be transformed into a special ‘Euro Club’, the ultimate party destination for fans staying in the city.

Those looking to explore the city’s hidden wealth of local attractions and restaurants while in town may find themselves sampling Liverpool’s excellent selection of local bars and restaurants including atmospheric Italian restaurant Gusto or the exhilarating tableside displays at local Japanese restaurant Sapporo Teppanyaki, perfect for guests seeking a more theatrical dining experience.

With all of this to enjoy and more, Liverpool is predicted to be the UK’s top destination for 2023!

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