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Hull

From £60 per night
1.1 miles

Providing a variety of accommodation options, including one, two and three bedroom apartments on the outskirts of Hull, Parks Nest Serviced Apartments deliver an ideal environment for business travellers. Full cooking facilities give a level of flexibility not available in hotels and an open-plan living area enables guests to make the space their own. Private driveway parking makes it easy to reach the centre of Hull – about a 10 to 15-minute drive – and to travel around the area.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

From £69 per night
1.2 miles

In the north of Hull, convenient for both the university and the city centre, Kingston Villas Serviced Apartments deliver flexible accommodation with one, two and three bedroom options available. All apartments have full cooking facilities and guests will find characterful and unique rooms and room layouts, along with some wonderful Gothic touches, thanks to Kingston Villas being located in an attractive period building. Features include Superfast Wi-Fi, Smart TVs and in-apartment laundry.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

From £50 per night
1.2 miles

These apartments not far from the centre of Hull make the most of a historic 19th century setting with large, light-giving windows and well-preserved wooden floors that mix nicely with some more contemporary furniture and facilitates. The James Reckitt Serviced Apartments comprise several one bedroom apartments that all come with fully equipped kitchens in a spacious communal area. They also come with Smart TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi, meaning that entertainment is well taken care of.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

From £85 per night
1.5 miles

Located a short one minute walk from Hull New Theatre, Kingston Court Serviced Apartment is situated in Hull’s vibrant city centre. This spacious two bed apartment has been thoughtfully designed and comes complete with a fully fitted kitchen that includes some of the latest appliances. The two double bedrooms both include fitted wardrobes providing ample storage space for personal belongings, whilst the living area provides a flat-screen TV with Freeview.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

From £85 per night
1.6 miles

Ideally located only a short 11 minute walk from Hull train station, The Sawmill Serviced Apartment offers accommodation on the outskirts of Hull's vibrant city centre. Thoughtfully designed with modern décor throughout, there is a fully fitted kitchen that includes integrated modern appliances. There is an elegant living area that includes a double sofa bed and two double bedrooms that provide ample storage space. Guests can also benefit from a secure parking space.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

From £100 per night
1.6 miles

With three bedroom and two bedroom, two bathroom options available, the Queens Court Apartments can provide accommodation for up to six guests coming to stay in Hull. Centrally located, they are perfect for all the amenities of town centre, including some of the main shopping streets and also the popular docks area. The apartments are well presented and comfortable, with spacious open plan configurations and balcony areas, as well as full cooking facilities.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

£Call for quote
1.7 miles

For guests coming to stay in Hull, this apartment delivers a great sense of style that suits its Old Town location. Couture Old Town Serviced Apartment has two bedrooms for up to four guests, includes a shower room and also has a roof terrace that would be perfect for relaxing on a warm evening. Other features include inclusive parking and laundry facilities. This vibant area of Hull is a cultural delight and will be especially popular with museum lovers. Princes Quay is just a four-minute walk.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

From £75 per night
1.7 miles

With several one bedroom apartments available, Chamber House Serviced Apartments offer a really stylish way to stay in Hull on business. These apartments are located in the Old Town area, close to bars, restaurants and shops, but are also convenient for the waterfront. They have a spacious open plan layout with plenty of seating and dining space, and a fully equipped kitchen with all everything for cooking a gourmet meal. Bedrooms have good clothes storage and comfortable double beds.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

From £80 per night
1.8 miles

A number of one bedroom and two bedroom, two bathroom apartments are available at the Old Town Serviced Apartments in Hull. Great natural light is a theme in these elegantly decorated apartments, as well as superb quality amenities, such as Smart TVs, fully equipped kitchens with laundry facilities, and even secure parking. The Old Town area of Hull lies close to the River Hull, with quaint cobbled streets and an abundance of museums and sites to visit.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

£Call for quote
1.8 miles

Ideal for Hull’s cultural quarter, where guests will find interesting museums and heritage centres – such as The Museum of Club Culture – Cultural Hub Serviced Apartment has two bedrooms and delivers excellent facilities. One of the rooms has an en-suite and there is also a family bathroom. There is a fully equipped kitchen with a coffee machine, and guests can enjoy a quality LED TV, along with access to the apartment Wi-Fi. The on-site parking is also useful in such a central location.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

From £80 per night
1.8 miles

Located in the heart of Hull City Centre, Princes Dock Chambers Serviced Apartments are well equipped and close to many local amenities. Tastefully decorated with contemporary décor and beautifully furnished, there is a modern, fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances. A comfortable living area includes a flat screen TV with Freeview which provides an array of channels and Wi-Fi is also included allowing one to stay in touch with friends and family.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

From £80 per night
1.8 miles

Located on Hull’s Victoria Dock, with Victoria Park close by, this two bedroom house gives guests access to a popular area close to the Humber. Victoria House serviced accommodation provides a homely space only 10 minutes’ walk from the city centre. There is an open plan lounge and kitchen-diner, which boasts excellent cooking facilities. In the lounge, there is comfortable seating and a Smart TV for entertainment. There are also TVs in the bedrooms, parking for two cars and a garden.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

From £85 per night
1.8 miles

Plimsoll Way Serviced Apartment is located on the outskirts of Hull's city centre and offers fully furnished accommodation. Elegantly designed with modern décor throughout, there is a fitted fully equipped kitchen that comes complete with breakfast bar and stools. There is a large living room, tastefully furnished and well-lit with natural daylight and includes a flat-screen TV with Freeview. Guests can also enjoy use of their on-site parking space, adding peace of mind and security.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

From £85 per night
1.8 miles

Ideally located in Hull’s city centre and under a 20 minute walk from Hull train station, Trinity Wharf Serviced Apartments offers accommodation in the centre of a vibrant Hull. These fully furnished apartments feature everything one would need for a comfortable stay, there is a fully fitted kitchen which is perfect for the creation of a gourmet meal. The living area includes comfortable furnishings and a Freeview TV that provides an array of channels to choose from.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

From £50 per night
1.8 miles

This is a gorgeous one bedroom apartment for those who want luxury and great facilities when they come to stay in Hull. It has a fully equipped kitchen with ample worktop space, a dishwasher and a breakfast bar. The lounge in the Merchant Serviced Apartment has a 55-inch curved Smart TV, a large sofa and a great little bit of dedicated workspace. The property is perfect for Princes Quay, perhaps the most happening place in Hull, with excellent shopping and plenty of waterside eating places.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

From £55 per night
1.8 miles

This two bedroom apartment lies next to the water in Hull. Accommodation is in a double and a small double room, plus there is the option of a sofa bed for occasional extras, too. Victoria Dock serviced accommodation has a cosy feel in the living area, with a four-seat dining table and a walk-through into the fully equipped kitchen. The property has allocated parking, although the Old Town and Princes Quay areas are within walking distance. Nearby ‘The Deep’ aquarium is ideal for something to do.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

From £80 per night
1.8 miles

Situated in a modern building close to the Humber and Victoria Park, but with good access to the city centre, Hapenny Bridge Serviced Apartment has two bedrooms and can accommodate up to four guests. There is a smart kitchen with a full range of appliances and a breakfast bar that is perfect for eating around in the morning. Both bedrooms have plenty of fitted cupboard space and the bathroom has a separate shower and bath. In the lounge, there is a 50” Smart TV with a full Sky TV package as well.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

From £40 per night
1.8 miles

Trinity Serviced Apartment is a stylish studio apartment close to Princes Quay, Old Town, city centre in Hull, yet situated down a peaceful cul-de-sac. The apartment has a fold-away bed great for making the most of the space, a bay window sofa and dedicated workspace, all adding up to a very sensible layout. The kitchen includes laundry facilities, as well as cooking facilities, and there is a Smart TV that couples with the Wi-Fi to allow the use of Netflix and other multimedia accounts.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

£Call for quote
1.9 miles

With three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a smart main living area, Park Avenue Serviced Apartment would make an ideal accommodation solution for a corporate group or a family looking to stay in Hull. The property lies on a pleasant and leafy suburban street a little over a mile from the CBD, delivering a homely environment with plenty of high-quality wooden furniture and all the amenities that guests will find convenient on an extended stay, such as a fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Hull

From £80 per night
2 miles

Ideally located just a 12 minute walk from Hull train station, Warehouse Serviced Apartment offers elegantly designed accommodation. The open plan living and dining area includes comfortable furnishings along with a Freeview TV, guests can also enjoy use of the Juliet balcony which offers stunning views of Hull. There is a modern fully fitted kitchen, perfect for creating a homely meal, guests can also benefit from an on-site parking space, adding flexibility and independence to ones stay.

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Overview

Named the ‘UK Capital of Culture’ for 2017, the East Yorkshire port city of Hull has plenty of business opportunity and appealing attractions, as well as a welcoming environment capable of luring any corporate to stay in the Hull corporate accommodation.


About Hull

The port city of Kingston-Upon-Hull, commonly abbreviated to just Hull, in East Yorkshire, lies along the Humber Estuary where it meets the River Hull. The Hullensian population of around three hundred thousand benefits from great travel options to get in-and-out of the city. Travel south of the city is well facilitated by the Humber Bridge slightly left of Hull borders, whereas the intersecting A1079, A165 and A1033 roads enable easy car travel to locations north and east of the city.

Hull also has its own distinctive character compared to its Yorkshire neighbours. The likes of the Wilberforce House, The Deep Aquarium and Museum Quarter all collectively represent aspects of Hull which differentiate the city from the rest of the country.

HISTORY OF HULL

The city of Kingston-Upon-Hull was founded in the twelfth century after Meaux Abbey monks chose the location at the junction of the rivers Hull and Humber as a port for exportation. Its location initially sculpted the history of the city, as it became an increasingly important supply base and one of the UK’s most important ports throughout the following centuries.

The first dock was opened in 1778, which enabled the start of new industries and vast development. Hull also became the country’s biggest whaling port and a hugely significant fishing centre around the time it obtained city status in 1897. Hull has however since bounced back from the outdated perception of a town built on sea trade, as a modern-day main retail hub in East Yorkshire. Post-millennium, there have been a number of high-profile developments along the Humber River and Estuary, which has therefore enabled the construction of more Hull serviced apartments.

ECONOMY / BUSINESS CLIMATE

According to the Demos-PwC Good Growth for Cities Index of 2018, Hull was named the third-most improved UK city as a place to live and work. The city was examined both for its economic performance and quality of life, which leads many to believe Hull is one of the best locations to do business within the UK. This is also evident when recognising Hull was named the most enterprising place in Britain because of its many programmes and schemes put in place to help local businesses start-up and expand.

Hull’s recent economic growth was also acknowledged following the National Office of Statistics revealed official figures to suggest the town’s growth was surpassing rates across the UK. Hull was additionally also named the ‘UK Capital of Culture’ for 2017, which undoubtedly contributed to the £300 million of tourism injected into the local economy.

It should be argued, however, that the recent successes and positive labels placed on Hull are down to the people. With a median age of 35, much of the population are of prime corporate travel age. Employment in Hull is also at the highest its ever been and the number of apprentices in the area also exceeding expectations. The work of the local authorities and council has also enabled more than £3 billion worth of investment into the community’s development, so there is essentially no better time to relocate and stay in Hull extended stay apartments.

ATTRACTIONS

Even if corporates are only staying temporarily in Hull short term accommodation, guests should still make every opportunity to see as much of the area as possible. Firstly, exclusive to Hull is one of the UK’s biggest and best aquariums, The Deep. Home to over three thousand sea creatures, an elegant restaurant and a range of activities, this aquarium is rightly one of the most popular attractions in Hull. The Deep Business Centre overlooking the Humber is also handy for relocating businesses.

Another irreplaceable attraction in Hull is the famed Wilberforce House, the birthplace of famous anti-slavery campaigner William Wilberforce. The House and its museum not only reveal much about the life of the famous abolitionist but also offers a fascinating glimpse into West African culture. Get yourself down to the house along the historic High Street between 10 am and 4:30 pm on weekdays or Saturday to find out more about one of Hull’s historic figureheads.

The House also accompanies other galleries such as the transport-orientated Streetlife Museum and Maritime Museum within the Museum Quarter of Hull. There is no doubt the museum enthusiast staying in Hull aparthotels will be fully occupied when visiting the city.

Finally worth giving additional mention to is the famous 7,300 ft long Humber Bridge. Extending appropriately across the River Humber, the bridge also connects East Riding of Yorkshire with North Lincolnshire. It was once the world record holder for the longest single-span suspension bridge for seventeen years, and still to this day stands as a Grade 1 listed historic site and claims to offer the ‘best bridge experience in the world’ to all its customers. It is certainly worth a visit, even if you end up crossing over it anyway when relocating to Hull.

Relocating to Hull means having everything you need at your fingertips. This includes access to many pleasant historic sites, museums, an emerging economy as well as a functional transportation system for internal and external travel. All of these aspects can be on offer to those willing to book a stay at Hull furnished short lets, extended stay apartments or corporate accommodation.

Transport

Humberside Airport (HUY)

This international airport, on the edge of the North Lincolnshire village Kirmington, is the closest accessible airport from the city of Hull. It can either be a thirty minutes journey via car or an hour-long journey via a train journey to the nearby Barnetby train station just three miles from the airport.

Alternatives airports, which are between 30-60 minutes away via car are Leeds Bradford Airport in the east and Doncaster Sheffield Airport in the southwest. Leeds Bradford Airport is the closest to offer intercontinental flights.

Hull Paragon Interchange Train Station

Bus and train services are combined in one terminus, the Hull Paragon Interchange. After originally just serving as a railway station, the Paragon became a pioneering integrated transport interchange thanks to the successful partnership created between the Hull City Council and several bus operators.

The station is conveniently just next door to shopping centre, supermarket and car park. The locals of Hull benefit from being able to travel internally and externally to a variety of locations thanks to this interchange station.