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Offering more space, flexibility and convenience, our serviced apartments in Liverpool Street are ideally located to explore the best London has to offer
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Offering more space, flexibility and convenience, our serviced apartments in Liverpool Street are ideally located to explore the best London has to offer.
The gateway to one of London’s main financial districts, Liverpool Street is brimming with upmarket bars, restaurants and shops, as well as being only a short trip away from some of London’s most famous attractions.
Liverpool Street refers to the area immediately surrounding Liverpool Street itself and Liverpool Street Train and Tube Station in The City district of London, sitting just northeast of Tower of London and Tower Bridge.
For a first time visitor, the names can be a little confusing, so it’s important to highlight that The City is a district of London rather than referring to the city of London or central London as a whole. And Liverpool Street is the name of an area and a street as well as a train station and Underground station.
Liverpool Street sits in central London, minutes away from some of London’s most well-known attractions, such as Spitalfields Market, Tower of London, Tower Bridge, St Paul's Cathedral and the Barbican Centre.
Catering to the city workers based in the many offices located nearby, this area is also rich in restaurants, coffee shops, bars and up-market retail outlets, with great transport links to other areas of the UK and other parts of London.
Here you will also find St Bartholomew’s Hospital and 31 Old Broad Street Private Diagnostic and Treatment Centre, as well as BMI City Medical.
The City is home to London’s most iconic skyline, including 30 St Mary Axe, affectionately known as ‘The Gherkin’, The Leadenhall Building, and 20 Fenchurch Street Building, on top of which you will find the Sky Garden, a beautiful tropical greenhouse with panoramic views of London.
For culture lovers, the Barbican Art Centre not only has an event calendar offering everything from classical music to cinema screenings, but it’s also home to a beautiful tropical conservatory. And further along, you will find the majestic St Paul’s Cathedral.
History fans are also spoilt for choice here. As well as the Museum of London, recounting the city’s history, you will also find St Bartholomew’s Hospital Museum; City of London Police Museum, the Bank of England Museum and London’s ancient town hall, the Guildhall.
As of that wasn’t enough, there are also many places to shop, including Broadgate Circle, right next to the train station itself, and designer department store The Royal Exchange. Not to mention the famous Old Spitalfields Market, a Victorian covered market, where you will find unique boutiques and vintage stalls selling clothing and accessories.
There is an array of coffee shops, restaurants and bars dotted all around this area, especially near the station, but the ground floor of Broadgate Circle offers many great options. And of course, you cannot stay in Liverpool Street and not taste the wonders of the Artisan restaurants and street food stalls inside Spitalfields Market.
But if you don’t fancy going out to eat or just love to cook, why not have a look at the high-quality meats of Smithfield Market, stop by a local supermarket and cook yourself a relaxed meal in your serviced apartment kitchen?
Including a kitchen and living area, our serviced apartments in Liverpool Street are the perfect place to stay in The City. Eat, cook, entertain or simply relax in your very own London home.
Whatever you need to accommodate your party, from studio flats to apartments with multiple bedrooms, our apartments are ideal for all types of travellers, whether you are a couple on a romantic getaway or a family travelling with children. Our apartments also include many services you might enjoy in a hotel, so you don’t have to miss the feeling of being somewhere special.