The Print Works Apartments Liverpool
“very central, well equipped, comfortable beds & great shower. staff really helpful.”
Looking for a short stay in a popular UK city break location? This staycation to the Print Works Apartments in Liverpool offers something different to a hotel break.
If you have a big family or a group of friends and fancy a break in Liverpool, this break offers an alternative to the costly prices of hotel living. Better yet, you have all the home comforts you would find in your own apartment, without the extra rental costs.
The Print Works exist across two buildings in Henry Street. This central location gives you easy access to all the best attractions. The Liverpool Cathedral is only 400 yards away, as is the Philharmonic Hall. Anfield is 2 miles away but Pier Head is only 700 yards.
Asides from its great central location, these apartments give those with larger groups a place to stay when they stuck in the city for longer than a short break. The family rooms are welcoming and the service is excellent. Enjoy.
- Where: Liverpool, England
- When: October 2022.
- Hotel: The Print Works.
- Room Type: One bedroom apartment
- Guests: 4 Adults
- Board Type: Self Catering
1 nights £64 / 4 adults sharing =£16pp
- Dates: 23rd October – 24th October 2022
- Apartments come with kitchen, living space, bedrooms, and bathrooms
- Family rooms are available
- Refrigerator, oven, microwave, washing machine – everything you would expect in your own home
- Choice of two buildings 100 yards apart
- Rooms may include a balcony
- Air conditioning
- Free WiFi
- No smoking
- 9.0 star rating on two person trips
- No parking provided
- Check in after 4 and check out between 6 am and 10.30 am
- Minimum check in age of 21
- No pets
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