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Top Serviced Apartments in Liverpool

The birthplace of The Beatles is one of the UK’s go-to cities for many travellers. Held up in the same cultural appreciation of Manchester, York, and Birmingham, Liverpool boasts a rich plethora of history and attractions for those that want to go beyond the realms of London. Whether travelling to Liverpool for a leisure vacation or for business, our serviced apartments provide the cosy atmosphere that everyone needs to experience the city.

Those looking for the best-serviced accommodation in Liverpool should book:

All the serviced apartments mentioned above have facilities that include free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV and a fully equipped kitchen and bathroom. They create an ideal, homely atmosphere when guests need to take a break from roaming around.

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Where to Stay in Liverpool

Liverpool may not be as vast as London, but there is still a lot of areas to be covered. To the uninitiated, Liverpool can be a bit daunting, but thankfully it can be simple to get around and discover the perfect spot. But obviously, all travellers are different. Some want to be close to everything, whilst others want a bit of space from the hectic atmosphere. From the likes of the centre to the much-adored Albert Docks, there’s somewhere.

Here are the best places listed to stay in Liverpool:

  • City Centre.
  • Albert Dock.
  • Croosby Beach.
  • Baltic Triangle.
  • Toxteth.
  • Wirral Peninsula.

Each place mentioned above has its characteristics, which gives a clear picture to guests so they can choose the kind of place that appeals to their interests.

Facts About Liverpool

Heading off to a new destination is always exciting and even a bit nerve-racking. But knowing a bit about the new city will ease tension and make it easier to relax in the new surroundings. Before packing the bags, here are a few facts about Liverpool that travellers should be aware of:

  • Liverpool used to be the "Second City of Empire", casting a shadow on London for commerce.
  • Liverpool is home to the Beatles.
  • In 1830, the world’s first passenger railway line from Liverpool to nearby Manchester was built.
  • Liverpool’s Chinatown has Europe’s largest Chinese Arch, standing at 14 metres over the entrance to Chinatown.
  • The clocks on the Liver Building are the biggest in the country.
  • Arthur Wynne, a journalist from Liverpool, created the Crossword puzzle on December 21st 1913.
  • The 51st State, Sherlock Holmes, Nowhere Boy, Harry Potter, and the Deathly Hallows and The Dark Knight were extensively shot in Liverpool.
  • Pier Head, Albert Dock, and William Brown Street are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  • Sir Giles Gilbert Scott designed The Anglican Cathedral in 1904.
  • Inaugurated in the year 2007, with the feet of 1,150, the Liverpool Cruise Terminal is a floating structure located on River Mersey.

A few trivial facts include:

  • Liverpool was founded in 1207.
  • Region – North West England.
  • Area (City) - 43.2 sq mi (111.8 km2).
  • Area (Urban) - 77.1 sq mi (199.6 km2).
  • Demonyms – Liverpudlian.
  • International airports - Liverpool John Lennon.

Here are a few facts about the city’s economy:

  • Just like other UK cities, Liverpool is ruled by the service sector economy.
  • It is the 6th most visited city in the UK.
  • Liverpool is the hub for the UK headquarters of shipping lines like NYK and Maersk Line.
  • In 2006, the city's GVA was 7,626 million pounds.
  • The city is known as the second most filmed city in the UK outside London due to the city’s rich architectural base.

Things to Do in Liverpool

Once the travelling is planned and bags are packed, one obvious question that arises in every traveller’s mind is what should be done in the city. Liverpool is a city that has been a hub spot for centuries due to its rich history, architecture and an array of other attractions. Travellers can divide their interests by visiting museums and architecture and then becoming a party animal at night. Whatever the visitor chooses, Liverpool can deliver for all.

What are the most popular things to see in Liverpool?

The top 10 attractions to see in Liverpool are:

  • Albert Dock
  • The Beatles Story
  • Tate Liverpool
  • St George’s Hall
  • Liverpool Cathedral
  • National Waterways Museum
  • Museum Of Liverpool
  • Croxteth Hall
  • Walker Art Gallery
  • Pier Head

What are some of the free things to do in Liverpool?

Here are some of the free activities you can do in Liverpool:

  • Head to the Liverpool Central Library.
  • Treat yourself to lavish works of modern art at Tate Liverpool.
  • Take a stroll around the two cathedrals – Anglican Cathedral and Metropolitan Cathedral.
  • Explore Chinatown, the oldest settlement in Liverpool and entire Europe.
  • Spend the day at Sefton Park, spread over 235 acres.
  • Explore the Strawberry Field gates, one of the big spots for fans of The Beatles.
  • Experience a colourful floral display at the Victorian garden opened in 1874.
  • Don’t forget to take a picture with the Fab Four on the Waterfront.
  • Get a fresh breath of air along the banks of Mersey.

Where should you spend your nights in Liverpool?

This is where guests need to spend their night in Liverpool:

  • For a night of entertainment, catch a play or a show at the Everyman Theatre.
  • Head to Echo Arena Liverpool for comedy acts, plays, dancing and even boxing and mixed martial arts fights.
  • Gp to ‘The Slaughterhouse’ to have food and fun.
  • Laugh away to the glory at the Laughterhouse Comedy.
  • Enjoy the UNESCO World Heritage waterfront and sunset over the Mersey River.
  • Explore Camp and Furnace, host to many entertainment events such as screening live sports, comedy shows, concerts, and bingo.
  • Experience a carnival-like atmosphere in the Alma de Cuba.
  • Laugh away at the Hot Water Comedy Club.
  • Visit Invisible Wind Factory to experience some of the best musical and theatrical events.
  • Witness the fun and chaos at Bongo’s Bingo.

Places to Visit in Liverpool

Liverpool doesn’t leave any stone unturned in ensuring visitors to explore every nook and corner of the city. Well, when it comes to visiting the best places in Liverpool, the list below is more than useful.

  • Albert Dock - bustling with multi-use leisure complexes, such as bars, restaurants, and museums, this is a must for every trip to Liverpool.
  • The Beatles Story - make a tour to The Beatles Story to know every detail about the fab four who inspired thousands of musicians around the world.
  • Tate Liverpool - featuring a large collection of sculptures, ceramic works, and painting, this is the ideal spot for art lovers.
  • St George’s Hall - considered one of the oldest buildings in Liverpool, the huge hall is often used for concerts. 
  • Liverpool Cathedral - built using red sandstone with a copper roof, there are a total of 2500 bells, with the biggest bell weighing almost 4 to 5 tons.
  • National Waterways Museum - once an old dock, National Waterways Museum has now transformed into a must-visit museum, equipped with the latest interactive technology and hands-on exhibitions.
  • Museum of Liverpool - inaugurated in the year 2011, this museum is a physical encyclopedia as it showcases Liverpool’s geography, history, and culture.
  • Croxteth Hall - a beautiful Edwardian mansion, this place will leave the visitors breathless with its numerous rooms decorated with furniture and figures of rich owners and their staff. 
  • Walker Art Gallery - this lavish gallery has a collection of paintings and sculptures by renowned artists from Italian, Flemish, and French masters in the 14th century. 
  • Baltic Triangle - an old industrial area once upon a time, this place now bustles with energy and fun with a bunch of cafes, restaurants and art centres.

Places to Eat in Liverpool

Sometimes just sight-seeing and exploring don’t do justice. Instead, delving into the local cuisine can give extra weight to the trip. Though Liverpool has restaurants that serve food from across the globe, trying authentic food always makes a difference. And in case if one misses the home food, some restaurants promise to feed the traveller with the food of their choice.

What foods should visitors try in Liverpool?

Here are 10 foods that every traveller should try:

  • Scouce.
  • Bubble and squeak.
  • Wet nelly.
  • Potted shrimp.
  • Liverpool gin.
  • Chip pizza.
  • Everton mints.
  • Toad in the hole.
  • King scallops.
  • Mac and cheese.

What are the best restaurants in Liverpool?

Here are the best restaurants in Liverpool:

  • Oktopus.
  • The Art School Restaurant.
  • Pen Factory.
  • Mowgli.
  • Roski.
  • The London Carriage Works.
  • Malmaison Brasserie.
  • Down the Hatch.
  • Sapporo Teppanyaki.
  • Tribeca.

What are the poshest restaurants in Liverpool?

For a bit of style and glamour to go with the hunger, these are the restaurants to visit:

  • Panoramic 34.
  • The Art School.
  • London Carriage Works.
  • Marco Pierre White Steakhouse.
  • Alma De Cuba.
  • Ziba.
  • The Smugglers Cove.
  • Spire Restaurant.
  • Lunya.
  • Sticky Walnut.

What are Liverpool’s cheaper dining options?

To save a little with every meal, these are the restaurants to consider:

  • Carlisi.
  • Lucy in the Sky Liverpool.
  • Georgie Porgy Café.
  • Your Thai Café.
  • Dale Street Kitchen.
  • Café Latino.
  • Baltic Bakehouse.
  • Bean There Coffee Shop.
  • Rough Hand Made.
  • The Old Hardware Shop.

Street Food in Liverpool

When the cash is low or the hunger gets too unbearable, everyone looks out for a safe option and when it comes to food, what can be better than street food? With small snacks and bites from across the globe and decent prices, Liverpool’s streets and stalls await for appreciation.

Here are a few street foods options:

  • Down the Hatch.
  • Wahaca Liverpool.
  • Change Burrito Bar.
  • Olive Branch.
  • Go Falafel.
  • Parmogeddon.
  • Guerrilla Guerrilla.
  • Duke Street Food and Drink Market.
  • Frost Burgers.
  • Panna.

Shopping in Liverpool

Any destination attracts tourists not only for its parks and museums but also for the shopping opportunities that it provides. Liverpool is no just limited to its architectural beauty, but it has infinite places to boast where travellers can go on a shopping spree and buy stuff that makes them happy.

Visitors should head to the following shopping attractions when they need to spend and spend:

  • Beauty Bazaar 
  • Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet
  • Bold Street 
  • Wesley Street  
  • Liverpool One

Transport in Liverpool

Transport in Liverpool is well connected and basically, the transport facility is concentrated on the city's road and rail networks. The extensive local public transport network, managed by Merseytravel, allows locals and tourists to travel far and wide to explore the city. Public transport in Liverpool includes buses and trains, with tickets and passes naturally varying in price depending on the destination being travelled too.

Merseyrail trains run throughout the day across 68 stations with 4 city centre underground stations - Lime Street lower level, Liverpool Central, Moorfields, and James Street. Tickets include Day Savers for individual day travel and the Merseyrail Family Ticket. An unlimited off-peak travel ticket can cost £5.30 for travelling around the city area.

Weather in Liverpool

Liverpool has a maritime climate, which means it experiences mild summers, cool winters and rainfall, spread fairly evenly throughout the year. December is considered to be the coldest month and a good amount of rain is expected around July-August. Snowfall is common, and it occurs between December and March.

Liverpool may not be as vast as London, but there is still a lot of areas to be covered. To the uninitiated, Liverpool can be a bit daunting, but thankfully it can be simple to get around and discover the perfect spot. But obviously, all travellers are different. Some want to be close to everything, whilst others want a bit of space from the hectic atmosphere. From the likes of the centre to the much-adored Albert Docks, there’s somewhere.

Here are the best places listed to stay in Liverpool:

  • City Centre.
  • Albert Dock.
  • Croosby Beach.
  • Baltic Triangle.
  • Toxteth.
  • Wirral Peninsula.

Each place mentioned above has its characteristics, which gives a clear picture to guests so they can choose the kind of place that appeals to their interests.

Facts About Liverpool

Heading off to a new destination is always exciting and even a bit nerve-racking. But knowing a bit about the new city will ease tension and make it easier to relax in the new surroundings. Before packing the bags, here are a few facts about Liverpool that travellers should be aware of:

  • Liverpool used to be the "Second City of Empire", casting a shadow on London for commerce.
  • Liverpool is home to the Beatles.
  • In 1830, the world’s first passenger railway line from Liverpool to nearby Manchester was built.
  • Liverpool’s Chinatown has Europe’s largest Chinese Arch, standing at 14 metres over the entrance to Chinatown.
  • The clocks on the Liver Building are the biggest in the country.
  • Arthur Wynne, a journalist from Liverpool, created the Crossword puzzle on December 21st 1913.
  • The 51st State, Sherlock Holmes, Nowhere Boy, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and The Dark Knight were extensively shot in Liverpool.
  • Pier Head, Albert Dock, and William Brown Street are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  • Sir Giles Gilbert Scott designed The Anglican Cathedral in 1904.
  • Inaugurated in the year 2007, with the feet of 1,150, the Liverpool Cruise Terminal is a floating structure located on River Mersey.

A few trivial facts include:

  • Liverpool was founded in 1207.
  • Region – North West England.
  • Area (City) - 43.2 sq mi (111.8 km2).
  • Area (Urban) - 77.1 sq mi (199.6 km2).
  • Demonyms – Liverpudlian.
  • International airports - Liverpool John Lennon.

Here are a few facts about the city’s economy:

  • Just like other UK cities, Liverpool is ruled by the service sector economy.
  • It is the 6th most visited city in the UK.
  • Liverpool is the hub for the UK headquarters of shipping lines like NYK and Maersk Line.
  • In 2006, the city's GVA was 7,626 million pounds.
  • The city is known as the second most filmed city in the UK outside London due to the city’s rich architectural base.

Things to Do in Liverpool

Once the travelling is planned and bags are packed, one obvious question that arises in every traveller’s mind is what should be done in the city. Liverpool is a city that has been a hub spot for centuries due to its rich history, architecture and an array of other attractions. Travellers can divide their interest by visiting museums and architecture and then becoming a party animal at night. Whatever the visitor chooses, Liverpool can deliver for all.

What are the most popular things to see in Liverpool?

The top 10 attractions to see in Liverpool are:

  • Albert Dock
  • The Beatles Story
  • Tate Liverpool
  • St George’s Hall
  • Liverpool Cathedral
  • National Waterways Museum
  • Museum Of Liverpool
  • Croxteth Hall
  • Walker Art Gallery
  • Pier Head

What are some of the free things to do in Liverpool?

Here are some of the free activities you can do in Liverpool:

  • Head to the Liverpool Central Library.
  • Treat yourself to lavish works of modern art at Tate Liverpool.
  • Take a stroll around the two cathedrals – Anglican Cathedral and Metropolitan Cathedral.
  • Explore Chinatown, the oldest settlement in Liverpool and entire Europe.
  • Spend the day at Sefton Park, spread over 235 acres.
  • Explore the Strawberry Field gates, one of the big spots for fans of The Beatles.
  • Experience a colourful floral display at the Victorian garden opened in 1874.
  • Don’t forget to take a picture with the Fab Four on the Waterfront.
  • Get a fresh breath of air along the banks of Mersey.

Where should you spend your nights in Liverpool?

This is where guests need to spend their night in Liverpool:

  • For a night of entertainment, catch a play or a show at the Everyman Theatre.
  • Head to Echo Arena Liverpool for comedy acts, plays, dancing and even boxing and mixed martial arts fights.
  • Gp to ‘The Slaughterhouse’ to have food and fun.
  • Laugh away to the glory at the Laughterhouse Comedy.
  • Enjoy the UNESCO World Heritage waterfront and sunset over the Mersey River.
  • Explore Camp and Furnace, host to many entertainment events such as screening live sports, comedy shows, concerts, and bingo.
  • Experience a carnival-like atmosphere in the Alma de Cuba.
  • Laugh away at the Hot Water Comedy Club.
  • Visit Invisible Wind Factory to experience some of the best musical and theatrical events.
  • Witness the fun and chaos at Bongo’s Bingo.

Places to Visit in Liverpool

Liverpool doesn’t leave any stone unturned in ensuring visitors to explore every nook and corner of the city. Well, when it comes to visiting the best places in Liverpool, the list below is more than useful.

  • Albert Dock - bustling with multi-use leisure complexes, such as bars, restaurants, and museums, this is a must for every trip to Liverpool.
  • The Beatles Story - make a tour to The Beatles Story to know every detail about the fab four who inspired thousands of musicians around the world.
  • Tate Liverpool - featuring a large collection of sculptures, ceramic works, and painting, this is the ideal spot for art lovers.
  • St George’s Hall - considered one of the oldest buildings in Liverpool, the huge hall is often used for concerts. 
  • Liverpool Cathedral - built using red sandstone with a copper roof, there are a total of 2500 bells, with the biggest bell weighing almost 4 to 5 tons.
  • National Waterways Museum - once an old dock, National Waterways Museum has now transformed into a must-visit museum, equipped with the latest interactive technology and hands-on exhibitions.
  • Museum of Liverpool - inaugurated in the year 2011, this museum is a physical encyclopedia as it showcases Liverpool’s geography, history, and culture.
  • Croxteth Hall - a beautiful Edwardian mansion, this place will leave the visitors breathless with its numerous rooms decorated with furniture and figures of rich owners and their staff. 
  • Walker Art Gallery - this lavish gallery has a collection of paintings and sculptures by renowned artists from Italian, Flemish, and French masters in the 14th century. 
  • Baltic Triangle - an old industrial area once upon a time, this place now bustles with energy and fun with a bunch of cafes, restaurants and art centres.

Places to Eat in Liverpool

Sometimes just sight-seeing and exploring don’t do justice. Instead, delving into the local cuisine can give extra weight to the trip. Though Liverpool has restaurants that serve food from across the globe, trying authentic food always makes a difference. And in case if one misses the home food, some restaurants promise to feed the traveller with the food of their choice.

What foods should visitors try in Liverpool?

Here are 10 foods that every traveller should try:

  • Scouce.
  • Bubble and squeak.
  • Wet nelly.
  • Potted shrimp.
  • Liverpool gin.
  • Chip pizza.
  • Everton mints.
  • Toad in the hole.
  • King scallops.
  • Mac and cheese.

What are the best restaurants in Liverpool?

Here are the best restaurants in Liverpool:

  • Oktopus.
  • The Art School Restaurant.
  • Pen Factory.
  • Mowgli.
  • Roski.
  • The London Carriage Works.
  • Malmaison Brasserie.
  • Down the Hatch.
  • Sapporo Teppanyaki.
  • Tribeca.

What are the poshest restaurants in Liverpool?

For a bit of style and glamour to go with the hunger, these are the restaurants to visit:

  • Panoramic 34.
  • The Art School.
  • London Carriage Works.
  • Marco Pierre White Steakhouse.
  • Alma De Cuba.
  • Ziba.
  • The Smugglers Cove.
  • Spire Restaurant.
  • Lunya.
  • Sticky Walnut.

What are Liverpool’s cheaper dining options?

To save a little with every meal, these are the restaurants to consider:

  • Carlisi.
  • Lucy in the Sky Liverpool.
  • Georgie Porgy Café.
  • Your Thai Café.
  • Dale Street Kitchen.
  • Café Latino.
  • Baltic Bakehouse.
  • Bean There Coffee Shop.
  • Rough Hand Made.
  • The Old Hardware Shop.

Street Food in Liverpool

When the cash is low or the hunger gets too unbearable, everyone looks out for a safe option and when it comes to food, what can be better than street food? With small snacks and bites from across the globe and decent prices, Liverpool’s streets and stalls await for appreciation.

Here are a few street foods options:

  • Down the Hatch.
  • Wahaca Liverpool.
  • Change Burrito Bar.
  • Olive Branch.
  • Go Falafel.
  • Parmogeddon.
  • Guerrilla Guerrilla.
  • Duke Street Food and Drink Market.
  • Frost Burgers.
  • Panna.

Shopping in Liverpool

Any destination attracts tourists not only for its parks and museums but also for the shopping opportunities that it provides. Liverpool is no just limited to its architectural beauty, but it has infinite places to boast where travellers can go on a shopping spree and buy stuff that makes them happy.

Visitors should head to the following shopping attractions when they need to spend and spend:

  • Beauty Bazaar 
  • Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet
  • Bold Street 
  • Wesley Street  
  • Liverpool One

Transport in Liverpool

Transport in Liverpool is well connected and basically, the transport facility is concentrated on the city's road and rail networks. The extensive local public transport network, managed by Merseytravel, allows locals and tourists to travel far and wide to explore the city. Public transport in Liverpool includes buses and trains, with tickets and passes naturally varying in price depending on the destination being travelled too.

Merseyrail trains run throughout the day across 68 stations with 4 city centre underground stations - Lime Street lower level, Liverpool Central, Moorfields and James Street. Tickets include Day Savers for individual day travel and the Merseyrail Family Ticket. An unlimited off-peak travel ticket can cost £5.30 for travelling around the city area.

Weather in Liverpool

Liverpool has a maritime climate, which means it experiences mild summers, cool winters and rainfall, spread fairly evenly throughout the year. December is considered to be the coldest month and a good amount of rain is expected around July-August. Snowfall is common, and it occurs between December and March.

FAQs - Things to Know before booking Serviced Apartments Liverpool


Q1. How many serviced apartments are available for booking in Liverpool?

A1. There are over 16 serviced apartments in Liverpool with more being added every day. In total, TheSqua.re has over 100,000 apartments across the globe that are waiting to be booked. Book now

Q2. What are the most popular luxury serviced apartments in Liverpool?

A2. The best 5 and 4 star serviced apartments in Liverpool are Moorfields, Mega Stella Apartments, Chavasse Apartments, Staybridge Suites Liverpool, PREMIER SUITES Liverpool.

Q3. What is the price range of serviced apartments available in Liverpool?

A3. Prices start from $68 per night and increase from there. Bear in mind that the type of apartment and number of guest will affect the overall price. Book now

Q4. What offers are currently available for booking serviced apartments in Liverpool on TheSqua.re?

A4. To see a selection of Liverpool offers, please visit our offers and coupon page.

Q5. How do I search for the best serviced apartments in Liverpool on TheSqua.re?

A5. Choose a part of Liverpool you want to visit and search for the perfect stay for you using our easy search tool. Begin your search here.

Q6. Do Liverpool serviced apartments provide breakfast, gym & other extra services?

A6. Some of the apartment buildings in Liverpool will offer bed and breakfast or gym membership, whereas others may provide them with an extra charge. The apartment listing will make that clear Other services include airport pick-up, meet and greet and so much more. Book your stay here for the full TheSqua.re experience.

Q7. Can I have guests in a Liverpool serviced apartment?

A7. That depends on the policy of the apartment/building management. You may have to enquire first when making your booking in Liverpool .

Q8. Why is staying in a serviced apartment in Liverpool better than a hotel?

A8. Serviced apartments in Liverpool have all the features of home, are centrally located and have other astounding attributes that make them better than hotels, as covered here.

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