Hull Serviced Apartments City

Hull

Serviced Apartments in Hull

With a serviced apartment in Hull you are able to explore the UK’s City of Culture of 2017. Nestled on the banks of the River Humber, Hull offers an exciting and vibrant city full of culture and attractions for everyone to enjoy.

Home to numerous museums, theatres, and galleries, it isn’t hard to see why Hull always has something going on. Whilst children are able to explore The Deep Aquarium, adults can relax and browse the maritime history that Hull has become renowned for.


Why should you visit Hull?

No matter your age, Hull delivers a historical and intriguing city break for leisure travellers. Hull’s history lies with maritime heritage and industrial metropolis. After being the worst hit city outside of London after the Blitz, Hull rebuilt and continued to persevere after hitting hard times in the 1970’s with the collapse of the fishing industries in the area. However, Hull has now landed on its feet and is now a strong community city. Full of constant development and culture Hull is an equal balance of modern and historical influence.

Hull’s range of shopping centres, high street, and department stores, make it East Yorkshires retail capital. Spoil yourself with a bit of retail therapy or beat your friends at bowling inside the Princes Quay. If you’re in the mood for something a little more independent then head to the Trinity Indoor Market where you can purchase some fresh fruit and veg, or help yourself to a range of handmade cuisines.


New to serviced apartments? 

Our Hull serviced apartments offer you easy access to the main areas and attractions of Hull. Serviced apartments offer you more privacy, space, and less hassle than alternative accommodation options. With the opportunity to eat in, take away, or go out for a meal, guests can relax and cook at their leisure.

Let our experts at Citybase find you the ideal Hull serviced apartment so you can enjoy this city at your own convenience without rush or stress.


Things to do in Hull

An unconventional destination for a city break, Hull brings guests an experience they will always remember. Hull is bursting with attractions, from exploring The Deep, an aquarium that is home to thousands of fish and penguins; to a walking tour with local legend, Paul Schofield who has been giving tours of the city and surrounding areas since 1988. If you are up for more of a challenge then head over to Rockcity, the home of one of the UK’s largest indoor climbing walls and skatepark, with a coffee shop to add that kick start to your day.

For something a little bit more tranquil why not visit the Holy Trinity Church, over 700 years old Hull Minster is a grand presence in the city centre and provides the perfect setting to host some of Hull’s culture and artistic performances.


Best time of the year to visit Hull

Like most English weather, Hull’s climate can be pretty unpredictable. Typically visitors can expect warm summers with temperatures rising to an average of 17 degrees, with winters averaging around 5 degrees.

Generally speaking, the best time of year to visit this amazing city is around June – September when English summer is in full swing and you can visit attractions and wander the city in comfortable weather, with the occasional sprinkle of rain.


Places to eat in Hull

From Indian cuisine to Seafood specials, Hulls offers guests a variety of fine dining, English pub grub and cheap eats, so whatever your budget you are guaranteed to find something that tingles your taste buds.

If you are looking for delicious street food and market stalls, then wander down to Humber Street, where an old warehouse called Fruit holds a range of events throughout the month with the third Sunday of every month from 11 – 4pm making way for the Humber Street Market. Shop and eat whilst listening to live acoustic music that fills the warehouse as you discover the market.