Liverpool is quickly becoming one of Europe’s most popular up-and-coming destinations for backpackers. There is so much more to Liverpool than The Beatles, with an amazing food scene, great culture and new music, Liverpool is an impressive location and is a must visit if you’re heading to the UK.

Like most of England, a trip here can be on the pricey side, so booking a good hostel is a must if you’re looking to keep costs down. Thanks to the city’s rise in popularity, hostels are a popular choice for travelers and backpackers, so the local hostels are upping their game. Here are some of the best hostels in Liverpool.

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Hatters Hostel

HostelWorld (*8.4) Booking.com (*7.4) Map Starts at ($18) for 14 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (Nov.)

If you’re a solo traveler, then Hatters Hostel should be your hostel of choice when visiting Liverpool. With dorm rooms available in various sizes and female-only rooms, there’s plenty of choices available when booking your stay. The lively bar is a great place to meet other backpackers, as well as the games room and outside courtyard.

There are plenty of events on offer to encourage travelers to get to know each other and have plenty of fun. Enjoy free food on a Tuesday, or take part in the nightly bar crawl around the best bars in Liverpool. Hatters Hostel is in a great location and is just a few minutes walk away from Liverpool Lime Street train station.

Euro Hostel Liverpool

   HostelWorld (*8.5) Booking.com (*8.4) Map Starts at ($20) for 8 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (Nov.)

Close to the lively Stanley Street and Matthew Street, Euro Hostel is in a great location for getting involved in Liverpool’s vibrant nightlife scene, so you won’t have fair to get back after a great night out. Rooms here come with super-size bunk beds and lockers, so you can leave your belongings with peace of mind.

There are ladies-only rooms, as well as mixed and private ones available depending on your group needs and size. There is an on-site bar and restaurant for you to get a quick bite to eat and a jam-packed event schedule, with everything from sports and live music. This is one of the best-recommended hostels in Liverpool, so be sure to book quick!

Everton Hostel

  HostelWorld (*7.2) Booking.com (*7.2) Map Starts at ($13) for 12 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (Nov.)

Known as the best budget-friendly hostel in Liverpool, Everton Hostel is close to both of Liverpool’s football grounds. You can take a short walk or bus ride into the centre of the city or you could even hire a bike from the hotel reception and take a scenic route.

The common areas in the Everton Hostel are some of the best on offer in the city, with a dining room, games room and TV room. There is even a shared kitchen for you to make your own meals if you fancy a change from food on the go! All the dorms in the Everton Hostel are mixed and can sleep from 4 to 12 people. Included in your price is access to laundry facilities, housekeeping and a book exchange and you also get use of the tour desk to plan your trips around the city.

YHA Hostel

 HostelWorld (*9.0) Booking.com (*8.9) Map Starts at ($15) for 8 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (Nov.)

The YHA Hostel is a great place to unwind after a long day of exploring. With some great meeting rooms and places to work, if you’re travelling for work, you can even make the most of the great price with a stay here. With an on-site tour desk, the staff here are great at providing information on the best things to do in Liverpool to make exploring the city a breeze. The bar is a great place to meet other travellers after a full day of exploring or unwind in the lounge that is complete with a TV, board games and Wi-Fi.

The single dorm rooms are light and spacious, or if you prefer some more privacy there are private en-suite rooms for parties of four or six. Close to the airport, this hostel is a great place to stay if you’re coming in on a late flight and don’t want to travel far.

Liverpool International Inn

HostelWorld (*8.1) Booking.com (*7.6) Map Starts at ($22) for 10 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (Nov.)

If you’re traveling with your partner, then the Liverpool International Inn is the perfect budget-friendly hostel. With comfy and spacious en-suite double rooms, as well as mixed and ladies-only dorms, this is just a short distance from many of Liverpool’s biggest attractions, bars, and restaurants.

The bare brickwork and bold, bright colors give the hostel a comfortable vibe, and the onsite facilities include a kitchen, common room and restaurant and bar. As well as free breakfast and Wi-Fi, there are also other fun and free evenings during the week – the Liverpool International Inn has everything you need for a great stay in Liverpool!


We hope you gonna enjoy your stay in Liverpool and our selection will help you to choose your accommodation and connect you with some awesome backpackers and budget travelers. Make sure you read reviews on hostelworld or booking from other travelers in order to meet your expectations.

In case you’re looking for backpacker’s community but you’re not into a dorm rooms, check out private rooms in those hostels. They are affordable and have standards of classic hotel rooms.

Feel FREE to add any comments below the article about other hostel’s recommendations or places to meet backpacker’s community in the city.

Liverpool Hostels for Backpackers

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