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Bridpoint Serviced Apartments, Liverpool, Merseyside

Bridpoint Serviced Apartments
29 Bridport Street


L3 5QF | View map

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Contemporary design, quality furnishings and a friendly service come with the added benefit of more spacious and comfortable surroundings. The concept of a serviced apartment is much the same as a holiday home or an apart-hotel. Serviced apartments offer ideal city centre living, providing not only increased space, a separate living area and 'home from home comforts' but the added freedom and flexibility to entertain friends and family in relaxed surroundings. As part of your stay, our serviced accommodation offers you the extras that will make your stay special, including complimentary wi-fi connectivity, housekeeping, laundry services and security. For long term stays, our serviced apartments are fully inclusive avoiding the hassle of paying utility and council tax bills and dealing with tenancy agreements. All of our apartments are fully furnished with everything you might need, from towels to teacups, and your linen will be changed on a regular basis, much the same as a hotel. All you need is your suitcase. Simply put your feet up and unwind, you've found your city base.Please Note: All of our apartments are non-smoking. No pets permitted are permitted on the premises with the exception of Guide Dogs. There is an NCP car park located close to the apartments which charges £3.50 per day. All Children are Welcome. Check-in time: 15:00 - 17:00 Check-out time: 11:00

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