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Weekend Apartments in Liverpool

Best of apartments to rent in Liverpool city centre and serviced accommodation

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Travel to the Capital City of Pop and stay in one of the best Liverpool apartments - with Hundredrooms, all you have to do is let us know how many people you’ll be travelling with, and the dates you’re thinking of, and in moments we’ll present you with the best holiday rentals we’ve found all in one place. Hundredrooms knows that finding the perfect holiday accommodation can be stressful; hence why we have taken the time to make sure that you have all of the available options on screen. Home to the Beatles and proud winners of UK City of Culture, this city unites traditional maritime industry with contemporary design and forward-thinking ideas. Its reputation as a gritty, industrial portside city has been transformed completely, and with more listed buildings than anywhere outside of London, it has become one of England's jewels in the crown. Book serviced apartments in Albert Dock and wander around the Tate Liverpool, or take a trip down ‘Penny Lane’ on The Beatles Story tour. Steeped in history as a trading port, there is plenty to do and see along the renovated and state-of-the-art dockland landscape. Alternatively, you can look for holiday cottages thanks to its excellent position close to North Wales, its borders with beautiful counties of Lancashire and Cheshire and its proximity to the Irish Sea. A weekend in Liverpool means you can marvel at the wonders of red-brick Britain in a weekend apartment in Liverpool city centre, admire the Stanley Dock Warehouse and spend a night out with some of the UK’s friendliest residents, known as Scousers. This city in the North West is home to two major football teams, Liverpool FC and Everton FC, so make sure you book your holiday flat and travel up to Anfield Stadium or Goodison Park to enjoy the electric atmosphere that floods this city on a Saturday match day, or even better, get down for the Merseyside derby between the two teams themselves that is sure to cause a stir. It is also home to the famous Aintree races, where you can dress up to the nines and watch the Grand National. Booking one of our posh pads in Liverpool is the perfect choice, whether you’re wanting a day of shopping at Liverpool ONE, or preparing yourself for the famous Liverpool night out. The city has a wealth of different areas to choose from for your trip. We recommend in particular an apartment in Liverpool city centre for the weekend, so that you can alternate its fantastic night life with cultural sightseeing during the day. Liverpool’s musical heritage is richer than most, and there is still a thriving musical scene that is nothing like you’ve ever seen before. Head to the Cavern Quarter to experience Beatlemania for yourself, or get ready for the evening on your girly weekend away for drinks and food along the RopeWalks. Don’t wait any longer - find your ideal apartment from our partners. Whether you want to stay in a more industrial and mercantile apartment along the Waterfront, or something more Georgian and typically British, there are all types of holiday lettings for your perusal. With Hundredrooms you can find the perfect rental which provides self-catering facilities and enough beds for everybody. We have the perfect selection of holiday rentals and one night stay accommodation for you to retire to after a ‘Hard Day’s Night’!

Places to stay in Liverpool

Liverpool is fairly easy to navigate, and providing you remain within the city centre for your Liverpool weekend break, you will be close to everything that you need. That said, there are some areas which are admittedly are further away but are all perfectly reachable by public transport. We can help you choose where to reserve your holiday apartments. For example, if you would like to stay in the heart but want to travel slightly outside of the centre to see John Lennon’s home, this is very doable in this charming city. If you’re looking to be close to transport links, stay in the St Georges’ Quarter.

  • Georgian Quarter: Once home to Liverpool’s elite, this manicured street of town houses are sophisticated and perfect if you’re looking for a luxury apartment. From Rodney Street to Hope Street, you are sure to find a stunning terraced house that is typical of this area. It is sandwiched between the two Liverpool cathedrals which are certainly worth visiting, and also has a number of fine restaurants on its doorstep. If you’re feeling brave, book a weekend apartment and take a trip to see Liverpool’s most haunted street on Shiverpool’s Hope Street Shivers Ghost Walk. There are plenty of ale houses dating back to the Georgian period and an eerie history of the city.
  • Chinatown: Liverpool is diverse and full of interesting people and cuisines; its oldest of which are its Chinese population. There is an ornate arch decorating its entry imported directly from Shanghai, and is the tallest arch in any Chinatown outside of China itself! Stay here to be close to the best restaurants in town.
  • Ropewalks: For the perfect meeting between the old city and its new, bohemian and trendy transformation, this inner city quarter is perfect. It used to be the site of old merchant warehouses for crafting ropes for sailing ships, and has now plenty of cafes, bars and clubs. A great option is to choose one of our apartments in Liverpool for one night along one of its parallel straight streets. Here you will also be within a stone’s throw of Chinatown and the bombed-out church of St Luke’s.
  • St Georges’ Quarter: Liverpool has endless cultural heritage, and this quarter is UNESCO-verified. If you’re looking to stay in a traditional Victorian home, this is perfect for your Liverpool short-stay apartment. This area is culture central; if you want close proximity to three large theatres, look no further. It is named after the gorgeous St Georges’ Hall, which along with Lime Street station are fantastic examples of the neo-classical architecture. If you’re only planning to stay in the city for a small period of time, stay in this area to be close to the train station. The largest two tier theatre/auditorium in Britain is right here, in the Liverpool Empire on Lime Street. You can see all sorts of variety shows or Liverpool pantomimes at Christmas. Close to the Queen Street Arcade, you can find many restaurants and bars.
  • Baltic Triangle: Currently an area that is being developed as Liverpool’s answer to a creative hub. Now home to a Scandinavian church, it is an up and coming area that is supposedly named after the site of timber warehouses imported from Norway that it used to house during its trading era. Book a weekend flat here if you are looking to enjoy the most contemporary nightlife and warehouse scene that is all housed in this area. Some of the hottest nights are organised in this district.
  • Waterfront: A must see, and must-stay area of Liverpool. With portside appeal and plenty to see and do, you can explore the history of the docklands while going on a Magical Mystery Tour with the Beatles. You’ll be in awe of the wonderful buildings that adorn the skyline, such as the unmissable Liver Building. We recommend finding a modern holiday rental in the docks and combining updated mercantile architecture with an afternoon of contemporary art at the Tate Liverpool.
  • Cavern Quarter: Home to the world-renowned Cavern Club, this area certainly has a lot to say for itself in terms of incubating Liverpool’s most incredible musical talents over the years and is the mecca of music lovers worldwide. The main hub is Mathew Street, which is instrumental in the story of the Fab Four, and the nightlife of the city inspired by the Beatles. You can find the John Lennon statue and a ‘wall of fame’ that is brimming with icons. To book a holiday rental in this area of Liverpool means that you can enjoy the many buskers that keep Liverpool’s musical talent alive and kicking, or see one of the resident musicians in the Cavern Club itself. Opposite is the Cavern Pub, that contains memorabilia from your favourite bands that have frequented its streets, such as the Arctic Monkeys and Miles Kane. Don’t forget to take a trip to see the Hard Day’s Night Hotel, which is inspired from the band themselves.
  • Woolton: Leafy and high end, this suburb is full of gorgeous semi-detached and detached holiday homes in Liverpool. You will be situated close to many of the Beatles most relished landmarks, such as Mendips and Strawberry Field. Wander the streets just as John and Paul did, and you can even book a rental close to where they met at St Peter’s garden fete back in 1957! This is a wonderful suburban area with proximity to many great British pubs.
  • Sefton Park: For a truly local experience in this friendly city, we recommend looking for a Liverpool holiday let in this calm and luscious area. The park is open 24 hours a day all year round, and you will be close to the south Liverpool’s green gem. We recommend looking at areas such as Toxteth, Aigburth, Wavertree and Mossley Hill for a great apartment to rent in Liverpool.

Group accommodation in Liverpool

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The Beatles Story and other points of interest in Liverpool

This is one of the best cities to see in the UK - not only is its heart beating with culture, but it is home to some of the friendliest and warmest citizens in the UK. With the help of our guide, you’re sure to know what to do during your stay in a weekend apartment in Liverpool. You’re guaranteed to feel right at home, with the Scouse wit and lively nightlife. We recommend that you explore the docklands of the city, which house some of Liverpool’s greatest points of interest that perfect encapsulate its historic role in the transatlantic ship trade. Visit its excellent collection of art galleries that date back to its days of European trading links to contemporary art. A night out here is world famous, whether you’re getting dolled up to the nines and putting in your rollers and pyjamas as Liverpudlian girls like to do, or heading to Erics or the Cavern Club for an iconic indie rock gig, you need to get ready in the perfect place, even if that might be a one night stay apartment.The Scouse wit is the pride of the city; you can’t visit this vibrant city without a trip to the comedy circuit or a stand up comedy show. Head to Liverpool Comedy Central for sidesplitting local comedy and then retire to your studio apartment. There are plenty of great clubs and bars, and many brilliant cosy pubs and ale houses where you can take your dog for a pint. The LGBT scene in Liverpool is also thriving, and there are plenty of bars catering to all tastes. If you are travelling to Liverpool for a certain event, we recommend booking a studio apartment in Liverpool city centre with your friends so you can make the most of the excellent concept clubs and dance warehouses.

  • Tate Liverpool: Liverpool’s answer to contemporary art in the Albert Dock setting, and is one of the largest collections in the UK outside of London. It comprises the Tate Collection of British art from 1500 to the present day.
  • Anfield Stadium: Home to Premier League greats Liverpool FC, ‘The Kop’ is one of the largest stadiums for European football and has a fantastic match day atmosphere.
  • Goodison Park: This is one of the world’s oldest purpose-built stadiums, and is home to Everton FC. Also known as ‘The Grand Old Lady’, it has hosted more top flight matches than any other British football stadium!
  • Liverpool Central Library: Liverpool’s largest library with stunning reading rooms and a modern atrium.
  • Albert Dock: Liverpool has earnt UNESCO status as a Maritime Mercantile City, and this complex of docks and warehouses makes Liverpool’s waterside landscape an incredible sight to behold and is a great location for an upmarket and modern city short let apartment in Liverpool that is close to some of the city’s best attractions.
  • The Beatles Story: Liverpool is where it all began for Paul, John, George and Ringo, and this permanent exhibition in Albert Dock is a great archive for their lives and the history of the Beatles.
  • Museum of Liverpool: Located on the iconic Pier Head island of Liverpool’s estuary front is this modern construction is an archive of the history of the city, its social and urban growth down to its botanical origins!
  • Merseyside Maritime Museum: Occupying another one of Albert Docks’ fantastic warehouses is this museum, which is the history of Liverpool as a key player in the previous transatlantic trade, emigration and the RMS Titanic which famously embarked from the city’s port.
  • Royal Liver Building: This is perhaps one of the most famous and recognisable of Liverpool’s riverside landmarks, and has been represented countless times in television and film.
  • St George’s Hall: Opposite Liverpool Lime Street Station is this incredible Neo-Classical building that gives Liverpool its World Heritage Site status.
  • Blue Planet Aquarium: Located just outside of Liverpool is this marine aquarium in Ellesmere Port. It is reachable by train from Liverpool.
  • Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral: Also known as ‘Paddy’s Wigwam’, this cutting-edge architectural wonder is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Liverpool. Due to its one-of-a-kind design, it has been nicknamed ‘The Pope’s Launching Pad’ and ‘The Mersey Funnel’. It’s certainly worth a visit to see the futuristic aesthetic.
  • Liverpool ONE: Liverpool’s largest retail and entertainment complex with department stores such as John Lewis and Debenhams, and a large cinema and golf centre.
  • Sefton Park: Liverpool’s answer to outdoor bliss, this park is the green heart of the city. It is a Grade 1 historic park with the option of fishing in the lake or booking it for a private event. It regularly hosts music events and gigs, and is a viable option for your holiday letting in Liverpool if you’re looking for something calm and slightly away from the city’s hub.
  • Aintree Racecourse: Home to one of the most famous horse races in the world, the Grand National steeplechase. Every year, spectators from all over put on their gladrags for this big event.
  • Cavern Club: The iconic club where it all began for The Beatles, a small jazz club that houses more history than you can shake a stick at. This tiny red brick club is a must see for a taste of ‘Beatlemania’, and forms part of an important quarter of the city that is a great area for holiday lettings.
  • Casbah Coffee Club: An important landmark that you have to see as part of the Beatles tour. An important part of the band’s journey, they went here to arrange their first booking after painting it themselves with spiders, rainbows, stars and dragons.
  • Mendips - John Lennon’s Home: Found at 251 Menlove Avenue, this is John Lennon’s former childhood home and an instrumental part of the Beatles tour.
  • Pier Head: An iconic riverside feature of Liverpool’s cityscape that is the former landing site for passenger ships arriving in and out of the city.
  • St John’s Beacon: Radio City Tower is unmissable on the Liverpool skyline. It is the radio tower and a popular viewing point to see the city.
  • British Music Experience: Mad about British music? Britpop, indie, ska and punk - it’s all here at this museum. For an in depth story on the birth of British music from Adele, to David Bowie, to Oasis to Adele and the X Factor winners, it’s all here. It’s interactive too, with vocal booths, dance booths and the opportunity to shred a guitar solo.
  • International Slavery Museum: This museum hones in on the history and legacy of the transatlantic slave trade on which the city was built, and can be found in Albert Dock. It now touches on important topics such as modern day slavery and racial discrimination.

Similar destinations to Liverpool

Liverpool is one of the most exciting cities to visit in the UK, but where next? We have advice on where you should next visit for a weekend away.

  • Dublin: Experience the Irish capital in the best way, by booking apartments in Dublin. Stay in one of the iconic cobbled alleyways and explore the vibrant nightlife and the classic pubs to the traditional prelude of live music.
  • Manchester: This North-West city is the epitome of football and sporting prowess, and is has become one of the most exciting cities in the UK to date. It has an electric cultural heritage thanks to its ‘Madchester’ musical era, and has some of the friendliest locals around. As one of the media centres of the UK, it has an exciting collection of clubs, bars, pubs and gastronomy for you to enjoy during your stay in our apartments to rent in Manchester.
  • Leeds: A Northern city with plenty of promise. It is a trendy industrial hub crossed with the architecture of beautiful Victorian arcades, and makes for a great weekend destination in one of its modern waterside apartments in Leeds.