The 4th Utility | 25/03/2021

Dreams Luxury Serviced Apartments Dale Street


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Dream Luxury Serviced Apartments is very proud to announce the most recent addition to their portfolio in the heart of Liverpool’s City Centre on Dale Street.

Featuring fantastic city views, Dream Luxury Serviced Apartments Dale Street Liverpool is 200 yards from The Cavern Quarter and 350 yards from Western Approaches Museum, with Free Wi-Fi powered by 4th Utility and private parking available on site. Powering the luxury apartments is 4th Utility and our ultrafast broadband in every home. Tony Hughes, CEO 4th Utility said "Tom had a requirement to provide ultrafast fibre broadband to the development and with a tight timeframe for delivery. All apartments were ready for the launch day and complete the perfect luxury experience with Dreams"

A mixture of one-bedroom apartments, two-bedroom apartments, stunning penthouses and duplexes brings Dream Luxury Serviced Apartments to a total of 550 serviced accommodation units throughout the UK. Each unit features a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher, a seating area, aflat-screen TV, a washing machine and a private bathroom.

Owned and operated by Belfast businessman, Tom Smyth, Dream Luxury Serviced Apartments has fast become the leading serviced accommodation supplier in the UK and bcontinues to expand further globally.

Dream Apartments Managing Director, Tom Smyth said : “I am absolutely delighted to be opening a further 20 luxury apartments and still expanding during a global pandemic. I am even more delighted to be able to employ more people in the great city of Liverpool by opening the newest addition to the Dream Luxury Serviced Apartments Portfolio”.

Tom continued: “Liverpool is a global city, with a forward-thinking perspective and exceptional economic strengths. Government restrictions throughout the COVID-19 pandemic have been challenging for the city but I am certain that it will bounce back and showcase what a fantastic place it is to live, work and socialise in as it begins to welcome travellers from all over the world again”.



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