Short Term & Weekend Rental in the Heart of Liverpool
Dear Sharon, We all enjoyed our stay in Liverpool, the apartment was perfect; as was the location of it. Everything we needed was available and we would hope to come again. Thank you for such an enjoyable week”Gillian,
Hi Sharon, The appt are great, very clean and spacious, staff are very friendly and helpful. The car park is amazing too. We really enjoyed our stay and would love to come back.Thanks”Jo and the Girls, UK,
The Albany Building is a Landmark in Liverpool
Very Close to all The Attractions
Next to Moorfield St
Comfortably Sleeps up to 6 People
A Short Hop to the Airport Too!
We offer High Speed WiFi as an optional extra for your stay, Let us know and we’ll set it up for you.
We offer safe, secure parking as an optional extra, so you can leave the car and enjoy a few glasses of wine in the city
Kick back and relax after a hard days shopping with our widescreen TV. Choose the channel, pour a drink and relax while you plan your next visit.
We’re always available for questions and assistance
Sighteesing & Tours
Liverpool city has the chains, the independents, the stalls and the coffee shops to keep you amused for hours
Don’t forget your camera! There’s so much to see, you won’t want to miss a single one
We’re close to the the business district and the train station is minutes away, so if you’re here for a meeting, choose us instead of a hotel.
Listened to and adored by millions across the entire world, thousands of tourists flock to the Fab Four’s home city each year, some making the trip to Liverpool especially, others simply adding it to their itinery.
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Opened in 2007, the bicentenary of the abolition of the British slave trade, Liverpool’s International Slavery Museum serves both as a testament to those African slaves brought across to Europe in the eighteenth century and as a reminder to us all, to continue to address issues of self-importance and ignorance.
The museum has three principal galleries – Life in West Africa, Enslavement and the Middle Passage and Legacies of Slavery.
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One of the lesser known Liverpool tourist destinations but certainly worthwhile seeing are the Williamson Tunnels, constructed in the early nineteenth century under the Edge Hill district of Liverpool.
Joseph Williamson, a retired tobacco merchant and later property developer, ordered the tunnels to be built – but no-one is absolutely sure why!
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Liverpool’s skyline is dominated by two imposing cathedrals. Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral is the largest cathedral in Britain and the fifth largest in the world. The Roman Catholic Cathedral is known as the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King and was built after World War Two in a futuristic design by Frederick Gibberd.
The construction of the Anglican Cathedral began in 1904 to a design by Giles Gilbert Scott, a Victorian designer famous for red telephone boxes and the now defunct Battersea Power Station. Giles Scott came from a family of architects: his grandfather had designed the Albert Memorial in Hyde Park, London, and his father, George, was a leading exponent of the Gothic Revival in Britain. Giles Scott was just 21 when his entry won a design competition for Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral, and he can be seen in the bottom left of the Layman’s Window, wearing a blue coat. Sadly, he died in 1960 and so did not see the cathedral finally consecrated.
Situated close to Liverpool airport, Speke Hall is not the kind of building you would expect to find in such a modern setting.
The Hall, built in the fifteenth century, is one of the most famous Tudor residences in Britain and is widely considered to be one of the most outstanding examples of its kind. It offers many surprises, including a priest hole in one of the bedrooms. Internally, original Tudor features merge sympathetically with Victorian influences and Jacobean plasterwork. A fully equipped Victorian kitchen and servant’s hall enable visitors to get some idea of everyday life in a mansion during this time.
Definitely not for the faint-hearted, the city’s own ghost walk organisation, “The Shiverpool Ghost Tours” are an ideal way of spending an evening in Liverpool amongst like-minded lovers of mystery, macabre and spooky goings-on.
One of Liverpool’s top tourist attractions, the secret underbelly of the city is revealed by top performers, narrating and re-enacting some of its most deadly and morbid tales. BUT – don’t be fooled into thinking these are mere ghost stories. All of the stories told are supported by actual historical evidence, so beware!
With 40,000 attendees to date across the three main tours, it seems many people are keen to scare themselves witless!
Situated in Albert Dock and opening in 1988, with an average attendance of around six hundred thousand visitors each year, the gallery has played host to over 150 exhibitions and collections, including “Summer of Love: Art of the Psychedelic Era” and “Contemporary Art from China”, as well as showcasing examples of work by Gustav Klimt – the first ever such exhibition in the UK.
The building’s redevelopment began ten years later, in 1998, increasing its range of activities and integrating new technologies. Tate Liverpool places great emphasis on hands-on participation, holding seminars and workshops for adults and children alike
Liverpool is a 24 hour city that overflows with energy, Shops, bars and clubs to rival any of the worlds great cities
Liverpool has a great musical history, come and see it for yourself
Connect with old friends, meet new friends grab a coffee and create memories to last a lifetime
And never forget the amazing Liverpool FC, Whatever you want…Liverpool has it for you
Your Short Stay in Albany Building Liverpool
With a chic and contemporary interior, our short term rental apartments in Liverpool can sleep up to six guests (2xZ beds can be added) and sits within the historic Albany Building designed by the renowned J.K Colling who also designed London’s National Portrait Gallery.
The building is full of character and charm, with stunning original wrought ironwork and ornate plaster ceilings on the ground floor, as well as original oil on canvas art on display.
The apartment’s central Liverpool location makes it perfect for city breaks, romantic breaks, business long-stays or leisure breaks.
Guests benefit from easy access from our Albany Buildings apartments in Liverpool’s famous waterfront and the many museums, restaurants and cafes within the Albert Docks, just a two minute walk away.
What to expect
These luxury two bedroom apartments will accommodate up to six guests in each.
One bedroom can sleep up to 4. Stylish throughout, the apartments are fitted with state of the art kitchen with smeg and aeg top quality appliances.
The light and airy lounge has a chic contemporary feel, with leather sofas, LCD TV, broadband and stereo.
A glass top dining table offers seating for six guests, with delightful views across the courtyard.
When you book at our 4 Star apartments Liverpool, we include all modern utensils.
With modern crisp white fully fitted bathroom, one spacious twin bedroom and one double bedroom. Both bedrooms have a contemporary design, with white bedlinen and towels.
We look forward to welcoming you at our 4 Star apartments at the Albany Buildings in Liverpool
Frequently Asked Questions
Do You Have Parking?
Yes. We have secure parking as an optional extra, so please let us know if you would like to arrange it
Is Smoking Allowed?
The Albany Building is a non-smoking building.
Are Children Welcome?
Absolutely! – We welcome whole families to Liverpool and are on hand to make sure everything is perfect for you and the kids.
Are Pets Allowed?
Our apartment isn’t suitable for pets, sorry.
Is there an elevator?
Yes, there is an elevator, so don’t worry about all those steps.
Can we check in late (after 8pm)
No problem! – We have 24 hour concierge services and can arrange key collection at any time day or night.
Do You Supply Towels & Bedding?
Crisp clean sheets and soft luxury towels guaranteed, so you can relax take a bath and plan your next visit to one of our amazing attractions.
What shops are nearby?
Both Sainsbury’s and Tesco are on the next road to the apartment. Starbucks and Costa Coffee also within one block. And Liverpool’s major shopping area is 5 minutes walk.
I have more questions....
Sure thing. Call or email your questions and we’ll get rigth back to you.
Prices, Availability & Booking Form
- Monday to Thursday from £130 per night
- Friday and Saturday from £250 per night
- Sunday Night from £150
- Long term – Please email for a quote
- Main events calendar – Please email for a quote