Located in the heart of the city centre, the Liverpool City Centre Aparthotel is within walking distance of Albert Dock where you will find a huge range of attractions. St Georges Hall is also within a few minutes walk. This apartment hotel offers 126 apartments ranging from studios for two people through to apartments for 4 people. To ensure your comfort, the apartments have air conditioning, a seating area, a desk, a fully equipped kitchen and all the rooms are non-smoking.
Located next to the Central Station in the iconic Lewis Building, the Adagio Liverpool City Centre offers 126 new fully equipped apartments. Studio 2 people to 3 rooms for 6 people, the apartment is perfect for leisure or business. It also has a fitness room, laundry and two meeting rooms and offers a full range of services such as free Wi-Fi access and a flat 24h/24 reception.Book now
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If you do not have time to cook in the morning, the Aparthotel Liverpool City Centre offers breakfast and has a vending machine for sandwiches/drinks. There is also a 24hr reception area, laundry room, parking and shoe cleaning which are all part of the services. There are also two meeting rooms and a gym. Perfect for either a short business trip or a long stay leisure break, a television, broadband internet access and telephone are available in every room. The Aparthotel Liverpool City Centre also welcomes your pet. Situated close by Liverpool Central Station, there are excellent public transport links to easily access all the tourist attractions of the City.
England conjures up all sorts of images. It has a very long history dating back almost to the dinosaurs and, being an island, it can boast coastline and beaches, mountains and lakes, rolling countryside and busy urban centres. Each region of the country offers a different feel, for instance, the North West has Liverpool at its centre. Famous for being the home of the Beatles in the 60s, it is also home to the Albert Dock, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Dock was the first building to be built in England from cast iron, brick and stone and is now the the most visited multi-attraction in Britain outside of London.
For sporting fans the city boasts two football clubs - Liverpool FC and Everton FC - and the world famous Grand National horse race takes place on Aintree racecourse, which is situated on the outskirts of the city. England has excellent rail, road, bus and air links and therefore travel within the country is extremely easy. It takes just under 30 minutes to fly from Liverpool to London or Edinburgh, so making a long term base in one city makes sense if you are a business traveller, and what better place than the Aparthotel in Liverpool?
* Price "from" by night for a stay from 4 to 9 nights