Luxury corporate serviced apartments firm expands across the North West

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Serviced apartments business You Are Home is expanding its reach to Liverpool.

The firm provides luxury serviced apartments exclusively for business travellers, with no leisure stays.

After the success of its three Manchester locations across the city centre and Salford Quays, it has announced expansion plans, with its accommodation portfolio now including Liverpool.

You Are Home says its sites combine all the comforts of home with the convenience and service of a five-star hotel.

It adds that, by creating a home from home experience, You Are Home has quickly become popular with those seeking temporary accommodation with employee wellness in mind.

It has extensive experience assisting high demand industries, such as film and TV, and adapts its offering based on the individual needs of the client.

This flexible approach has proven popular with clients, resulting in the demand for its style of accommodation increasing.

The Liverpool site is based within the new Moda Living development, The Lexington, located on Princes Dock.

This premium, waterfront apartment building comes with epic views over the Three Graces and River Mersey, and has become one of the most sought after places to live in the city.

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It also boasts an outstanding array of on-site amenities including a roof terrace and BBQ area, cinema and games room, private dining room, residents’ lounge and state-of-the-art gym.

Managing director, David Cahill, said: “I’m really excited about this expansion, Liverpool is known for its leisure market and You Are Home are bringing a unique corporate-only offering for business travellers.

“The standard of the building is exceptional and we can guarantee that your next door neighbour will be a fellow business traveller, which is very appealing to the corporate market.”

You Are Home said it plans to continue its growth in the New Year.

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