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Serviced apartments in Leeds

There are no shortage of great places to stay in Leeds, ranging from low-cost hostels to expensive hotels. The city is popular with tourists all year round and accommodation is as abundant as would be expected. However, if you are planning a longer visit, then the most practical and cost-effective way of arranging a place to stay might be a serviced apartment.

Choosing to book one of our luxury apartments means you have the peace of mind that you will be staying in a property that meets our exacting standards. All of our venues are decorated to the highest standard and feature all the elements required for discerning guests. With fully equipped kitchens and all the mod cons to ensure a delightful self-catered experience.

Culture & shopping in Leeds

Leeds is a modern city that simultaneously celebrates its rich history. The Royal Armouries Museum and Thackray Medical Museum are great opportunities to explore the city’s contribution to those respective industries, whilst Roundhay mansion is an important heritage site open to the public. For those who are looking for something a little more active, Leeds also has some of the best sporting and leisure facilities in the UK and the surrounding areas offer stunning countryside.

The Leeds Corn Exchange, named for its former function, is the fashionable shopping hub that showcases independent fashions and crafts in the city, whilst Crown Point shopping park and Trinity Leeds are home to the more mainstream stores, including supermarkets and sports outlets.

Getting around in Leeds

Getting around in Leeds is a simple affair, as the city is served by a comprehensive bus system, covering each neighbourhood with regular and reliable routes. Day tickets can be purchased for around £4 and provide unlimited travel around the centre and suburbs. There are also regular serviced to Manchester, Bradford and Sheffield. For those spending longer in the city,

MCards give virtually unlimited travel on buses and trains and are usually the best value for multiple journeys.

As a major city, Leeds is also well served by mainline railway services, with regular routes into Manchester, Doncaster, Sheffield and Bradford, as well as direct fast services into central London - a journey time of as little as two and a half hours.

The city also has numerous taxi firms licensed by the city authorities, which provide a convenient way of making shorter trips, if taking the bus is not practical.