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From £65 per night
2 miles

Making a comfortable home-from-home is The Anfield Quarter serviced accommodation in Liverpool. It has three bedrooms and accommodation for up to nine guests and is especially well-suited to a party of friends or a corporate group on a short stay. The property has full cooking facilities and features a large dining table, so that guests can eat together and enjoy each other’s company, while the cosy lounge also has plenty of seating and includes a Smart TV for high-quality entertainment.

Min. Stay 3 nights


From £125 per night
2.1 miles

In the Anfield area of Liverpool, not far from the famous football stadium, Harrow Road serviced accommodation has two cosy bedrooms, typically arranged as twin beds, although one of those can be made into a double upon request. The downstairs is an open living area that includes a kitchen with lots of worktop space and has a sitting area where guests can enjoy watching the property’s Smart TV. A sofa bed can accommodate additional guests, while there is also workspace and a communal terrace.

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About Liverpool


Home to one of the most influential rock bands of all time, The Beatles, Liverpool was also one of the UK's most significant ports. The legacy of this can still be seen today in Liverpool's business and trading links throughout the world.

About Liverpool

Find your way to the best serviced apartments in and around Liverpool in SITU’s extensive network of local accommodation. Our team works tirelessly to find the highest-quality self-catering apartments with the best locations across the city, all to make sure that you can find the best possible base during your next visit. 

This city draws visitors from all around the world and for a variety of reasons. It was originally a booming base for manufacturing, although it is the service sector that has taken centre stage today. Liverpool also supports thriving sectors in banking, insurance, finance, health and education. 

A rich architectural heritage has made this city an attractive place to visit. It’s actually the UK’s second-most filmed city after London. In fact, it often stands in for London—as well as for Moscow, Paris, Rome, New York and Chicago. Nicknamed as the UK’s Northern Hollywood, Liverpool served as a filming location for high profile films such as Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part I) and Capitan America. The city even has its own film festival and, of course, when overseas film crews arrive here and set up shop, they look for the best Liverpool luxury serviced apartments available. That’s where SITU comes in. 

The city’s history makes for a wide variety of different architectural styles. You can see 16th century Tudor buildings right alongside modern contemporary architecture. Most of the city’s notable buildings are, however, dated from the late 18th century, as it was during this period that the city grew as one of the biggest ports in the British Empire. It is also considered to be the finest example of a ‘Victorian city’ in England, with several areas listed in UNESCO World Heritage Site list.

The refurbished Albert Dock area, which served as a series of docks and warehouses from 1846 until into the 1970s, was redeveloped in the early 1980s and is now a popular destination Liverpool's for tourists visiting the city. Built near the mouth of the River Mersey, the area today features a number of hotels and excellent restaurants. Just across from Albert Dock is the Echo Arena and Convention centre, which hosted the MTV Europe awards in 2008 and continues to welcome a wide number of high profile international events. Only a short walk from Albert Dock, the High Street has a large pedestrianised area and is the main shopping centre of the city.

Internationally known for music and recognised as the World Capital City of Pop, Liverpool as a city has produced the most number one singles of any city in the world. As the birthplace of probably the most well-known band in the history of pop music, The Beatles, Liverpool offers several attractions that music lovers will enjoy. The Beatles Statue on the waterfront is an absolute must while you are there.

Liverpool also has more galleries and national museums than any other city in the UK, apart from London. You can visit Liverpool’s National Museum, the Tate or many of the smaller art galleries situated around the city.

We have compiled an extensive list of quality city apartments in Liverpool and can connect you with properties in the heart of the city, as well as in the busy Ropewalks district and elsewhere. Browse our list of short stay apartments and aparthotel offerings right here on this page, or contact us now to discuss your specific requirements.


By train

Liverpool Lime Street is the main train station to serve the city.

It is located at the centre of the city and offers an extensive intercity service. It is 2 hours from London by train, and services to the capital operate on an hourly basis.

By bus

The city is served by both the National Express and Megabus.

National Express operates its services from Norton Street, a short walk away from Liverpool city centre. London is about 4-5 hours away, with 5-6 coaches departing each day.

By air

John Lennon Liverpool is the main airport which serves the city.

It is host to several low cost airlines and is located 12km south of the city. There is a taxi rank and bus stop directly outside the airport terminal. The city council operates an Airport Express Service which runs every 45 minutes.

Visitors may choose to use Manchester Airport, as well. which is just under an hour's drive away, offering many long-haul flight options.