Guest Book

Mared wrote at January 2, 2016:
Stayed here 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 & 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 even got a gift off Kevin on our departure! Thanks again Embassie; we will probably be seeing you soon!
Barry wrote at November 21, 2015:
Hard to believe that it is nearly 6 years since I last stayed there. But I will be putting that right. Looking forward to meeting up with the Keviins, meeting old friends, and perhaps making a few new ones. However, it won't be the same without Andy (Bo J) being there.

What can I say about the Embassie that hasn't already been mentioned elsewhere? Not a lot really. And to give you an idea of how long I've been coming there, I first arrived there in March 1995. You can't beat the homely atmosphere of the Embassie. See you December 30th,
Laura wrote at March 8, 2015:
The best place ever! I felt like at home. Kevin is so kind!! thanks for make the trip a special one, it was a fantastic experience. I hope return! (for the third time) :)
Ronny wrote at October 29, 2014:
Me and my best friend John stayed at the Embassie for a week in the late summer of 1998 (i think it was september). We were planning to go to Australia for a year in 1999 (wich we eventually did). We travelled the UK as sort of a test run for the Australia trip.
We had a great time in Liverpool. With hindsight, the week in Liverpool turned out to be as epic as the whole year in Australia. The Embassie played a big part in that. Thanks for the great memories!
Cheers and greatings from the Netherlands,
Ronny
Laura Mc Allister wrote at July 17, 2014:
I stayed there in march 2012. As going through some pics from my UK trip I realised Ive never left any comment on how excellent my experience at the hostel was. First of all, the coziness of that gorgeous kitchen and backyard! Then it only got better with Kevin´s free tour, it was absolutely one of the highlights of my trip. He´s such an adorable man, who you can tell loves sharing his Beatle times with anybody willing to listen. Then everybody working there was super friendly and approachable, the guys even helped me get a super cheap sit at the train online I wouldnt have known how to get there on my own. All in all, I had the idea of staying for 2 nights and finished staying for 4 cause I wasnt able to leave that place on time. Thanx once more. My greetings from Argentina!!! PS: Do u agree we deserved to win the Worldcup too ;) ?
Arjan Koetje wrote at June 24, 2014:
Another fantastic visit to this hostel. Love all the people who work there! Always a great time, thanks Embassie!
scott phillips wrote at June 19, 2014:
Stayed here for 3 days in June '14. Had a great time. Kevin (owner) was really cool and gave a great Beatles walking tour around the Fab's old haunts. Has some great stories about those incredible years, (ask Kevin about his old skiffle group!). You won't find anyone more knowlegable on the Beatles, especially the early days.

Can't say anything bad about the whole experience. Will definitely return. Thanx Kevin.
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Kerim wrote at May 14, 2014:
I spent only 3 days in this fantastic city ...And it could not have been better
A great location and Friendly people to share your Liverpool experience
So glad i picked Embassie You really made the trip a special one

Thank you Thank you Thank you
lucas wrote at May 11, 2014:
I spent in the Embassie my last two nights on UK and I really enjoyed my days there, this hostel is like a family! everybody was always friendly & I did a (free) beatle tour thursday night finished on the Cavern, where else!
REALLY RECOMENDED :)
cheers Kevin & Zoe!
Ana wrote at April 5, 2014:
I stayed in Embassie for one night and It couldn't be better choice! Kevin and his family (Eliot, Kevin Jr...) are very friendly and I enjoyed talking to them. I went to Liverpool looking for The Beatles story and as soon as I arrived Kevin gave me all kind of tips for travelling around the city (info about buses, a guide...). On thursday night Kevin makes a free tour around the centre of the city, talking about The Beatles but as well about Liverpool history. The tour finishes at The cavern Club with a really good Beatles cover.
The rooms are tidy and clean and their provide with free coffee, tea and toast during all day.
Joey Raines wrote at January 27, 2014:
I had some family issues so my post is delayed! I chose Liverpool to venture away from the traditional hotel with my son and I will NEVER regret it.

Kevin brought us on the most informative Beatles tour that ended at the Cavern for the live show. We spent two weeks in the UK backpacking through the country and this is the experience we discuss the most.

The entire two days was so comfortable and welcoming.

I will bring my husband next time we go, I cant begin to relay everything we were told and I want him to experience it just like we did!
Thomas Genicq wrote at November 28, 2013:
C'hem! C'hem(clearing voice).
So boss photos of last year Summer 2012, loads of adorable lassies!
So I might have forgoten/losten a pantie and a shaver half electric.

And what a silly absent minded of me!
I forgot Kevin's B D ! Would Senior mind watching the computer screen via Skype some day?
Gotta surprise for him ^^
Tomó! X TanX SO MUCH for welcoming! YE are BOSS!
Luv Liv for EVER!
Bruno Baendereck wrote at November 22, 2013:
Hey guys, just writing after a long long time, to let you know that Embassie and Liverpool are still alive in my heart... I'm the brazilian guy who worked there I think it was 2003... haha.. crazy.. greatest time in my life, even if I was to young to enjoy quietly.. I did enjoy it loudly, i guess. Thank you Kevins, again. You made me love life even more!
Simmone wrote at August 4, 2013:
Only stayed one night but I wish I could have stayed longer! I was lucky it was a Thursday night too, as Kevin's free Beatles tour was really interesting - he's got a great sense of humour. The hostel itself was really comfortable, the rooms were clean and the outdoor area was relaxing. It's the little things that make a big difference, Kevin provides free tea, coffee and toast... With vegemite for the Australians!
gwen butterworth wrote at June 26, 2013:
Stayed just one night 22nd June the friendliest place I have ever stayed at staff were brilliant and very helpful will definatly be back thanks for a lovely stay
Pilar wrote at June 9, 2013:
Congratulations
Last summer i was working with my friend maria And for us were our best summer in all our lives!!
The people were so charming With us and the city is really beautifull.
I would like come back....
Jan wrote at April 22, 2013:
Greetings!

I stayed for one night here and I find it freindly and welcolming. No sooner has I arrived, I was offered a cup of tea or coffee which was served to me on a tray.
I made several friends here during my stay and it was very interesting meeting people of various different nationalities. It has been many years since I stayed in a hostel and I was pleasantly surprised how convenient it was with it being so near the city centre. There is plenty of space to chill out and you can store and cook your own food. I look forward to staying here again.
Lisa wrote at March 12, 2013:
I stayed at the Embassie for 5 nights and I enjoyed it very much! The staff, especially Kevin, was great and the free Beatles tour with him as well! Thanks again! Free tea, bread and jam 24/7 also was a huge advantage! Furthermore, the hostel is actually not far from the city centre, you pass a lot of interesting things while walking to the city centre and there are quite a few attractions very close to the hostel (cathedral, Hope Street, etc). I can definitely recommend the Embassie! Thanks again for making the visit in Liverpool even more enjoyable!
Debz wrote at February 18, 2013:
I stayed on the 16th of Feb overnight as I had an audition at LIPA. As I'm from Plymouth, I was a bit sceptical of anything (such a bubble wrapped society) but honestly, there was no need to be. Everyone at Embassie was so friendly. They made you feel part of a huge family and welcome you with open arms. If I ever plan on coming back up to Liverpool, the first thing I do will be booking a few nights at Embassie. I LOVED IT! Thank you for making my stay as pleasant and enjoyable as possible :)