- A Selection of Single and Double Rooms
- 8% Assured NET Returns for 10 Years
- Serviced Apartments Priced from £44,950
- Access to 24hr Concierge
- Located in Liverpool’s Commercial District
- Liverpool is no. 1 in Capital Growth in the UK – 7.5% year-on-year (Source: Hometrack)
Colonial Chambers, situated in the centre of the city’s commercial district, offers single and double bed serviced apartments with 8% NET Returns for 10 Years.
The development offers stylish hotel rooms that provide comfortable living space for occupants staying in the city. These serviced apartments offer a home-feel atmosphere and are equipped with amenities including a strong Wi-Fi connection and Smart TV’s needed for a causal, relaxing stay.
A Spacious living area along with a fully functioning uncompromising en-suite and fully fitted modern kitchen adds to a relaxing experience free of stress. Modern security and safety features are included coupled with a 24hr Concierge service for peace of mind.
The development is located in the centre of the city, deep within its commercial district. This has great advantages; having access to the best amenities the city has to offers which include its bars, cafes and restaurants. Transport links are particularly strong around this area, with access to train stations only 5 mins away and road transport being less than 5 minutes away.
Liverpool is one of the UK’s fastest growing cities with access to 6 million customers and an economy worth £149 billion. The local economy continues to grow at an impressive rate of 15% due to an increase of start-up businesses and a growing tourism sector. Recently the city has seen a record amount of investment which includes the new Liverpool Waters project, aiming to regenerate much of Liverpool’s historic ports and docklands into commercial and residential space estimated to cost £5.5 billion. With a rapidly expanding tourism sector, the hotel sector has received a huge boost with a record amount of sales. In the months January to July last year, a record 1,189,000 hotel units had been sold in Liverpool.