Hampton by Hilton Liverpool diningReasonably priced food
The Hampton by Hilton is one of the newest and most modern airport hotels at Liverpool airport. Its restaurant serves up mouth-watering classic dishes which are extremely reasonably priced - so there's no need to even leave the hotel. Travelling as a family? There's a superb two-course children's menu which costs just £4.95 per child. Why would you want to go anywhere else?
If you book the Hampton by Hilton Liverpool through HolidayExtras.com, continental and English breakfast is included in the price. If you've got an earlier flight, you can fill up on tea coffee, fruit juices, cereals, pastries, toast and fresh fruit from 4am to 6am. But if you can afford to leave for your flight a little later, you won't want to miss out on the delicious English breakfast. You can tuck into eggs, beans, sausages, bacon, tomatoes and toast - all for FREE.
Lunch and dinner
Take your pick from one of the restaurant's delicious specials - there's a different dish on offer each day of the week. Some of the meals include applewood fish cakes and chips, cumberland sausage and mash, Moroccan chicken with rice or steak pie with salad and chips. Don't forget to ask the waiter what the dish of the day is when you arrive.
If you're really hungry, or you just fancy a small snack, the range of appetisers will be hard to deny. There's soup of the day, antipasto, hot 'n' kickin' chicken wings, lamb mint skewers or cheddar cheese soufflé.
Dig into a range of favourites in this restaurant - there's something for everyone. Classic dishes include battered cod and chips, beef lasagne, beef and ale hot pot, angus beef burger with chips or roasted vegetable lasagne. If you fancy something a little more exotic, there's a Raj vegetable curry or chicken tikka masala - both come with rice and naan bread. If you like a pizza, there's five cheese, pepperoni, chicken supreme and meat inferno on the menu.
Full up? We're sure you'll be able to make room for pudding. With sticky toffee pudding, apple crumble, mango sorbet or dairy vanilla ice cream - who couldn't make room?