Best Liverpool hostels

Top tips for finding the perfect Liverpool hostel

There are many hostels in Liverpool, many of which can be found in the downtown area close to Liverpool Cathedral, the University of Liverpool, and Merseyside Maritime Museum; a handful of others are close to Anfield and Goodison Park, homes to the elite soccer teams Liverpool and Everton, respectively. The Mirral Line and the Northern Line of the Merseyside Rail Network provide excellent transportation links throughout the greater Liverpool area, and there are several major roads for vehicles to navigate, including the A561, A562, and B5038.
Couples seeking a hostel in Liverpool should check out Cocoon @ The International Inn on S. Hunter Street. This upscale property emphasizes individual cabins with king-size beds and private bathrooms in the Georgian Quarter of the city, which is surrounded by places of interest like the Liverpool Cathedral, the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, and The Garstang Museum of Archaeology. Bistro Jacques and Ego Mediterranean are places to enjoy a meal, and Fly in the Loaf is a local bar a short distance away.
One of the most popular hostels in Liverpool is Hatters Hostel on Mount Pleasant, near Liverpool John Moore’s University campus. Accommodations offered there are single and double rooms at cheap prices, which tends to favor the single traveler. Pub crawls and activity nights are staple features of Hatters Hostel. Lime Street Rail Station is a short walk from this property; Unity Theatre and Walker Art Gallery are nearby landmarks to explore. Taste of the Underground is a nearby place to eat, and Arena Bar is great for a drink.
Located on Stanley Street within the city center is Euro Hostel Liverpool, which features an airport shuttle (surcharge applies) and a selection of dormitories for four, six, or eight individuals, all dorms having ensuite bathrooms, which makes this hostel a great option for groups. Historic Cavern Club (The Beatles) is a music venue in the vicinity, as well as the Liverpool ONE shopping and entertainment complex and the Liverpool Tourist Information office. Para Ti and Bistro Pierre are local eateries, while the White Star and The Grapes are two local bars.

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