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L3 Living @ The Tower Building, Liverpool, Merseyside

L3 Living @ The Tower Building
22 Water Street
Liverpool
Merseyside

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L3 Living @ The Tower Building offers a series of luxury serviced accommodation solutions in the centre of Liverpools commercial and business district. Situated in the equisite surroundings of the Grade 2* Listed Tower Building, close to Liverpools beautiful and historic waterfront, L3 Living offer a second to none accommodation service perfect for those looking for an alternative to a hotel room whilst not sacrificing on quality and still remaing free from the constaints of a tenancy agreement.L3 Living is much more than a room for the night. We can offer our residents a luxury lifestyle to ensure your time with us, and in Liverpool, is as enjoyable and as hassle free as possible. From airport transfers to fine dining - we have it covered. Please enquire about our additional services.The Tower Building was designed by Aubrey Thomas, the man behins the world famous Liver Buildings. The Tower Building Apartments have been carefully restored to reflect their former Edwardian grandeur with fabulous high ceilings and original sash windows. The apartments are designed with the highest specification applinaces as well as room to room stereo systems SKY TV* and WI FI* (*please enquire for confirmation)Secure allocated parking is available on request and is charged at £10 per vehicle per night.L3 Living requests that large groups intent on parties and loud noise find alternative accommodation - guests causing a disturbance will be politely asked to leave the property.

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