x The average starting price for a place to stay in Liverpool is £64 per night.
katiejt Fantastic location, just round the corner from the famous Philharmonic Hall and Philharmonic Dining Room, the bizarre Catholic cathedral, lots of lovely eateries, and only a short stroll from the city centre. Also a short walk from Lime Street train station. The hotel itself is great - comfy bed, AMAZING shower, iPod docking station, and the hairdryer even has a diffuser! Yes, the rooms have no windows, but this was not a problem (I had been worried about the heat, as other people had mentioned that the rooms can get very hot, but we really didn't find this to be a problem ,and it was quite a warm weekend). The only thing to bear in mind is that we found that we couldn't get any mobile signal (o2) and had to go up to the reception desk/main door before we could use our phones. This, along with a few rather loud hen parties returning to the hotel in the early hours of the morning (which is not the fault of the hotel) would have to be the only negative points we found on our stay. As everything went so smoothly, it's hard to comment on the staff, as we had almost no need to speak to them. But on check in and check out, they were helpful and professional. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone looking for central, affordable accommodation in Liverpool. The fact that it's a little bit quirky, for us, just added to its appeal.
stanyiptat The Old Dairy is a quiet place to stay...it's pretty close to Anfield and Goodison Park (if you're a football fan, that makes sense)...it 's a bi far away from downtown though
dwylan6 I loved this place. The room was perfect for my needs and very comfortable indeed. Ideally situated for all that the town has to throw at you. Well done!
drsheehan Dont be put off by first appearances! The hotel is situated a little out the way and the building itself has seen better days, but on arrival we found the manager to be extremely friendly and helpful and the room itself was spacious and clean and tidy. We had all the facilities we needed (internet, kitchen, pool table, sky tv in the lounge area) and there were no issues with the shared bathrooms or toilets. Bankhall represents great value for money, dont expect the Ritz but if you're looking for somewhere 5 mins in a cab from town to crash for the night its perfect.
25 Tabley Street, off Wapping Merseyside , L1 8EEGreat 84%
noeliabg87 Located near the Albert Dock and the main turistic atractions. The staff is very helpful and the rooms are quite big. I really liked it.
rociocifue Embassie is a quite nice hostel where you can spend a good time talking with the staff, enjoying of a cup of coffee... It is very friendly place to stay. The city center is quite near, just 10 minutes walking, and It is located in a nice area . It is pretty well contected with the airport. We followed the instructions that they show in their own Webpage (bus nº 80 / 86), and We got right there without any difficulty. The only point that I think that could be improved it is a little bit more of cleaning.
animalm43 Normally I stay with the very different Embassie Hostel but the were fully booked etc... Thanks for a nice stay...Mark
53 Everton Road LiverpoolVery Good 76%
polarebear Per the instructions, you'll need to contact them and meet them at the building. After calling, he was over an hour late, but I did make some good friends with people from Australia, the USA and Columbia while we all waited interminably. The place itself is great. Large rooms, very clean, and the price is very competitive.
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