City Centre

The beauty of Liverpool City Centre is that everything is within walking distance.

Our City Centre accommodation lies predominantly in the Georgian Quarter, a beautiful residential area located right in the centre of the city. The area is grade 2 listed, it’s cobbled streets lined with rows of tall, elegant Georgian terraces.

There is a thriving café culture in the area, with local residents gathering in popular cafes such as Quarter, Kimos, or The Blackburn House. The Philharmonic Hall is just on the corner of Hope Street, along with the Everyman and Unity Theatres, and local pubs such as The Caledonia, The Blackburn Arms or Peter Kavanagh’s are perfect for a drink if you don’t fancy strolling down to the City’s main streets.

Plus, you needn’t worry too much about the morning after in this area as you can roll out of bed straight to lectures!

With a short walk into the shopping district you can discover Liverpool ONE, the city’s brand new shopping and leisure complex, boasting 160 sparkly new high-street shops, more than 20 bars and restaurants, an impressive 14 screen cinema and a 5 acre park. With shops regularly open till 8 and bars and restaurants barely closing their doors, this is always a good place to start your day or night in the city!

The beauty of Liverpool City Centre is that everything is within walking distance. For instance, just a 2 minute walk from bustling Liverpool ONE and you’ll find yourself on Church Road shopping street or indulging in a relaxing coffee in the beautiful walled garden at The Bluecoat art gallery.

Further up the hill you’ll find a more bohemian twist in the shops and cafes on Bold Street (those veggies and vegans amongst you have to try The Egg Café), and later in the evening you’ll find the whole area of Slater Street and Concert Square become a hive of activity as dozens of bars and clubs swing their doors open ready to welcome the hoards of revellers that descend.

Liverpool is famous for it’s nightlife with popular student haunts including Heebie Jeebies, Lago and the Blue Angel on Seel Street. Then there’s the usual suspects such as ‘The New Rev’ in St Peters Square (though there is nothing new about it as it’s been open in Liverpool for years) and Baa Bar on Fleet Street. You then have the Albert Dock, Matthew Street and Dale street areas to name but a few that are ripe for exploring. The hard part will be knowing where to begin your bar crawl!

Looking for bargains? Head to St John’s Market, offering discounted clothing, fresh groceries, and amazing value for money.

Want to soak up some culture? Head to St George’s Square to explore Liverpool’s historic buildings, Museum and Central Library.

After a nice view? Head to The Albert Dock with cafes, restaurants, shops and bars galore, all with views out across the River Mersey and over to the Wirral. The Albert Dock is also home to The Liverpool TATE art gallery, the Beatles Experience exhibition and the award winning Echo Arena, hosting huge concerts and events every day of the week.

So to round up, do you want all this and more on your doorstep 24/7? Then go for city centre living and enjoy life on the go.