Liverpool is a very popular city for students, who travel from far and wide to study and live in this famous location. Our student accommodation Liverpool properties, filled with luxury flats and studios, were designed with the student’s needs in mind and are situated close to universities, colleges and transport links.
There is an unmistakable energy in Liverpool, which can be attributed to its unrivaled track record of music, sport, art and culture. Bands like The Beatles, Cast, The Lightning Seeds, OMD, The Real Thing (and many more), and football rivals Everton and Liverpool, have captivated the world: the city was named European Capital of Culture in 2008 and continues to grow from strength to strength with the Liverpool One shopping centre, nightlife centered around Mathew Street and the vibrant Albert Dock.
Perfectly located in the city centre of Liverpool for a quick journey to university!
Student accommodation right in the heart of Liverpool city centre!
A range of luxury studios with a short walk from both universities.
Stylish student accommodation within walking distance to university.
Our student accommodation in Liverpool is within walking distance of The University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts, and Liverpool’s School of Tropical Medicine. The properties are tailor-made for residents who want to enjoy the best of both worlds – enjoying student living close to their education provider and the lively city centre.
Liverpool ONE is the most popular shopping centre – a vast complex with a range of stores, eateries, bars and cultural attractions. Liverpool is also the proud owner of more galleries and national museums than any other city in the UK apart from London. The Cavern Club is a must if you enjoy live music and admire The Beatles, or if it’s a big night out, clubs Heebie Jeebies and Level see plenty of foot traffic.
Not only is Liverpool famed for its nightlife, it also provides revellers with award-winning safety. For the eighth consecutive year, the city has retained its Purple Flag status – a national accolade recognising places that prioritise the safety and wellbeing of visitors and residents.