Covid-19


As the circumstances around coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to evolve, we are continually updating our policies and procedures to ensure maximum safety and flexibility for our guests and employees. Please know that we are continuing to monitor the situation and will adhere to any recommendations issued by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and UK's National Health Service (NHS). We have a comprehensive statement available on our PREM Hospitality blog which is updated regularly in line with o...

View of St Georges Hall Liverpool


So you’ve seen Anfield, make your way down Matthew Street and enjoyed all of the Beatles memorabilia you can handle… what’s next? It’s time to explore lesser-spotted Liverpool, the places you probably won’t find in the guide books. We’ve put together a short list of just some of the hidden gems, all within walking distance of PREMIER SUITES holiday apartments in Liverpool, that really shouldn’t be missed.  Queens Avenue Queens Avenue is one of Liverpool’s best ke...

Famous Liverpool


When you think of Liverpool, what is the first thing you think of? For some it’s the legendary Liverpool FC, for others it’s our most famous musical talent, The Beatles. We definitely outdo our reputation in terms of culture but what else is the city famous for? Here are some of our most famous exports, innovations and achievements of Liverpool, many of which you can explore for yourself on your visit. Football in Liverpool Football is part of the fabric that makes us...

Traditional pubs in Liverpool


What constitutes a traditional pub in Britain? A traditional pub is often where a central part of a town or village, especially in places with limited alternatives. The great British pub is not just a place to drink, it’s a place where communities come together to enjoy a few ‘bevvies’ and a catch-up, often enjoying live music or sports being shown on TV. Traditional pubs don’t have chrome bars, floor to ceiling windows or extensive cocktail menus. They stick with tried and trusted décor and ...

Scouse Liverpool


It’s fair to say that we Liverpudlians have a very distinct accent. We are instantly recognisable to those in the know and people outside of Merseyside often find it difficult to understand our harsh way of speaking. Our accent has often been described as sing-song, which explains our popular musical heritage! Certain phrases and words we use when communicating to a fellow Scouser can be incomprehensible to outsiders, so we’ve put together a short guide to get you started.   ...