English city hostels : Backpackers hostel in Liverpool

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Embassie Liverpool Backpackers, 1 Falkner Square, Liverpool, L8 7NU

The Embassie is a terraced house in an unspoilt Georgian square used in the filming of ?In the Name of the Father’. The house was built in 1820 and until 1986 it was the Consulate of Venezuela. Only 15 minutes’ walk from the centre of Liverpool, known for its nightlife. A large student population ensures a lively scene, with late night bands and bars. The hostel has been refurbished and there are new kitchen facilities, a brand new shower suite and an all new games room and relax area with Sky Sports and HD television. Hostellers have a key to come and go. The hostel is clean, safe and staffed 24 hours. Bedding is provided (including sheets) and free coffee, tea, toast and jam are available 24 hours, eat as much as you want. International, or UK regional travellers only. Free Beatles guided tour every Thursday night at 8pm including free admission to the world famous Cavern Club (and free piece of Beatle memorabilia). The only tour given by a tour guide who saw the Beatles perform.

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Embassie Liverpool Backpackers | English city hostels : Backpackers hostel in Liverpool

Contact Embassie Liverpool Backpackers

or call Kevin on
0151 7071089

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Rooms & Beds:

50

Open:

All year. All day.

Price per night:

£18 (Sunday to Thursday), £24 Friday, £28 Saturday

Booking:

not essential for individuals. Groups over 6 should book (25% deposit).

Submaps:

Backpackers

Directions:

From the Anglican Cathedral (the third largest in the world) continue uphill along Canning Street away from the city centre. This will bring you into Falkner Square (15-20 mins). The hostel has a red door and is by a phone box.

Public Transport:

Liverpool has a train station and is served by National Express Coaches. A £5.00 taxi fare will bring you from the train or bus station to the hostel door, (good idea if you have a heavy rucksack).

This accommodation is by the sea, is available to individuals, is an 'Eco Hostel', has a pub within walking distance and is on the City, Backpacker and Boutique Hostels map.

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New Years Eve in Liverpool

New Years Eve in Liverpool

Looking for a place to celebrate ? Meet the World at Embassie Backpackers.

Looking for a place to celebrate News Years Eve ?. Have a read about Mared visit to Emabssie Hostel in Liverpool last year. “Stayed at Embassie for the third time this New Year’s Eve, and was every bit as great as the two times before! Such a homely feel, and Kevin and the rest were so accommodating! Such a relaxed atmosphere and got to know a lovely bunch of people from all over the world once again! Staff had even given us drinks and snacks in the games room seeing as it was New Year’s Eve, and we got a gift off Kevin on our departure! Thanks again Embassie we will be seeing again you soon! “

Embassie

Embassie

For a visit to this great city that embodies the all that makes Liverpool lively.

The Embassie hostel in Liverpool might leave you a bit star-struck, it’ll certainly leave reeling from all the cool stuff it surrounds itself with.

The hostel is in a lovely old Georgian terrace in a typically Georgian square. White washed houses of handsome proportions, iron railings, tree lined streets. One almost imagines a powder-haired fop to be sauntering through. Until the eighties the building served as the Venezuelan Consulate no less! The first of the cool things I mentioned. It is only fitting that the building represents Liverpool’s maritime hey day, a time when the city cast its gaze westwards to the Americas for trade and for passage, as the owners cast their gaze towards Liverpool’s recent past.

The hostel is rich in the culture of Liverpool. Football scarves adorn the lounge, Sky Sports is on showing one of the matches of the great local teams. Their is free Beatles guided tour every Thursday night  free admission to the world famous Cavern Club, they boast that it is the only tour given by a tour guide who saw the Beatles perform. Your hosts aren’t just spectators to Liverpool’s musical heritage, the staff are songwriters ‘in their own write’ and have released an album that you can enjoy from links on their social media page. Look out also for them hob-nobbing with Hollywood star Shia LeBouef! Star-struck? A little.

For a visit to this great city that embodies the all that makes Liverpool lively: The Embassie.

An experience you don’t want to miss

An experience you don’t want to miss

Embassie Backpacker free Beetles tour every Thursday at 8pm

Embasssie Backpackers isn’t just a place crash.  Stay here and you get to meet amazing, kind, interesting people.   The staff are so friendly and helpful.   Kevin senior makes everyone welcome and is full of entertaining stories.  Be sure to go on his Beetles Tour on a Thursday night.  The man knows everything there is to know about the Beatles.  Kevin junior has lots of music contacts and who know what you will get to hear if you stay while hes around .  As one of our readers said: –  Had an amazing stay, met great people, and will definitely be back!

Contact Embassie Liverpool Backpackers:

0151 7071089MessageView website