Liverpool City Centre

Looking for convenient Liverpool city centre student accommodation? Want to be close to the University of Liverpool, John Moores University, Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts or Hope University? Sanctuary Students can help!

Sanctuary Students provides high-quality, low-cost student accommodation in Liverpool city centre. We’re close to universities and colleges, within walking distance of shopping, bars, restaurants, parks and entertainment and close to transport links. All the benefits of city centre living!

Liverpool city centre student accommodation includes all bills, Wi-Fi, laundry, secure entry, CCTV and everything you’ll need to begin living right away. This is the simplest way to start your new life as a student in the city.

Find out more about our properties below and then apply online to book your student housing in Liverpool today!

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Grenville Street
Grenville Street
2 Grenville Street South, Liverpool, L1 5JR
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Open plan living room and kitchen area
Marybone Student Village 1
7 Marybone, Liverpool, L3 2BX
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A room with football table and dart board
Newly refurbished
Marybone Student Village 2
14 Marybone, Liverpool, L3 2BY
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A kitchen-living area with leather sofa and breakfast bar with a colourful rug on a wooden floor
Marybone Student Village 3
4 Marybone, Liverpool, L3 2BY
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University of Liverpool

The University of Liverpool specialises in a number of subjects and is highly rated. The computer sciences and chemistry faculties are rated #1 in the UK!

John Moores University

Liverpool John Moores University is equally highly regarded. With a wide variety of subjects to choose from and a highly rated faculty, LJMU is a very popular place to study.

Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts

The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, LIPA, has Sir Paul McCartney as its patron. It is regarded as one of the best schools in the UK for dance, acting, applied theatre and filmmaking.

Liverpool Hope University

Liverpool Hope University is a research university that also offers undergraduate courses across science, health and business. It’s a well-established university with a solid reputation for delivering great teaching.

About Liverpool City Centre

Liverpool is a vibrant city in the north west of England. It’s a port city with a long and illustrious history that has given the city a unique viewpoint and an acceptance of people from across the world. It’s a friendly, inviting city with a lot to offer.

Liverpool has one of the best nightlife scenes in the country. Bars, pubs, bistros, clubs and more are all across the city, many within walking distance of our Liverpool city centre student accommodation. As the birthplace of The Beatles, Liverpool is naturally home to a host of buzzing music venues.

With four universities and several colleges, plus lots of culture, arts, music and more, you’ve chosen an amazing place to study!

Transport in Liverpool

Thanks to its port, Liverpool has plenty of transport links to everywhere in the country.

Arriving by air will bring you into John Lennon Airport or Manchester Airport. Both are a short distance outside the city but are accessible by car, bus or train.

The road network in Liverpool is pretty good. It gets busy at peak times like any city, but outside those times it’s easy to get around. You’ll find M62, M47 or M58 motorways close by for when you need to go further afield.

Liverpool Lime Street train station serves both local and intercity trains. The station has services linking London, Leeds, Birmingham, Manchester, York and many metropolitan areas.

Buses are plentiful too. Stagecoach Merseyside and Arriva North West run local services, while Megabus and National Express can take you further afield.

There are also plenty of taxis and Ubers to help you get around too.

Student life in Liverpool

Liverpool is an amazing city to be a student. The locals are friendly, there are thousands of students and the atmosphere and local culture is one of optimism and energy. It’s a unique city that offers a unique student experience.

The city also has an excellent cultural scene, superb nightlife and entertainment and lots of shopping.

City highlights include Albert Dock, Liverpool waterfront, Chinatown, Canning, Pier Head, Anfield and six UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Shopping will be at Liverpool ONE or one of the hundreds of independent stores and national chains surrounding the city. You should also visit Bold Street, Red Brick Market, Probe Records, Metquarter, Lark Lane and The Baltic Market.