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Almost Famous - This bar should really be famous by now, if not for their epic cocktails then for their hunger-conquering, man-sized burgers that make for the perfect fuel on any action-packed Liverpool stag do. See more...The Beatles - The biggest and arguably most important band in music history. You'll find the city rife with amazing Beatle's sites real fans will love.


Scouse - It's what the locals are known as, but 'scouse' is actually a type of stew. It contains lamb or beef, cabbage, carrot, potatoes, onion and the essence of Steven Gerard.


Liverpool FC - Having won more European trophies than any other English team, Liverpool haven't been shy of silverware in their 123 year history. The team are desperate to regain the winning ways of their 80's domination. Bring back John Barnes!


Steven Gerrard - The man is synonymous with Liverpool and England. Having spent his entire career with the reds (despite being chased by clubs like Real Madrid) he's rated as one of the best ever by the like of Zidane, Messi and Savage (?).


Everton FC - The other half of the Merseyside derby, they might not be as successful as their larger rivals, but they've some top talent over the years; Rooney, Linekar, Gazza, Ginola, Distin, et al.


Stadium Tours - Whether your colours are red or blue, a stadium tour during your Liverpool stag weekend is the perfect way to get a behind-the-scenes of your boyhood club. Find out more...


Bubble Football - Luis Suarez was silky smooth with the feet during his time at Liverpool but we reckon he might have struggled to score if he had to play in a giant inflatable ball like this! Find out more...

Pop Culture - Liverpool has produced more number one artists than anywhere else in the world, the city's even been recognised as the 'Capital of Pop' by the Guinness Book of Records.


The Liver Birds - Local legend has it that if the 6 metre-tall stone birds on the top of the Liver Building face each other then the city will crumble - one bird apparently looks out at the city and its people whereas the other watches over sailors coming into the famous port.


El Bandito - We could imagine Tuco from Breaking Bad taking shots of tequila in this seriously cool bar. The dimly-lit walls are lined with old movie posters and the cocktails are really something, Jungle Juice is an alcoholic mixture worth seeking. Salud! Find out more...


Mansion - This exclusive club is the perfect place to party on your big weekend. The décor is futuristic, the drinks game is strong and the girls are stunning. Epic! See more...

The Port - Liverpool's port was once one of the greatest on the planet, with 40% of the world's entire shipping cargo passing through the Scouse city.

Imperial Liverpool - Liverpool was one the 'Second City of Empire' in Britain, managing to eclipse even London at times when it came to commerce.

The Cavern Club - A site of vital musical heritage, it's where the Beatles shot to fame during their early career. “Yeah yeah yeah yeaahhhhhhh!”

58,000,000 - That's how many people flock to this city every year - meaning the clubs and bars are always packed out with party-loving people looking for a great time!

Museums - Liverpool's got more museums than anywhere else outside of London. Notable museums include the Museum of Liverpool, the Merseyside Maritime Museum and the World Museum.

City of Firsts - Liverpool is sometimes known as a city of firsts, largely because it was the first city in the world to have a lending library, a school of tropical medicine and a school for the blind.

Slim's Pork Chop Express - This is the perfect place to help yourself to man-sized bites to cure you of a stubborn hangover or to line stomachs for stag-sized evening of madness and mayhem.

Culture Capital - In 2008 the city had the honour of becoming the European Capital for Culture - beating Bristol, Birmingham, Cardiff, Newcastle and Oxford to the title.

The Accent - Most lads will be familiar with the Liverpudlian accent, having heard the likes of Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher and Wayne Rooney's scouse tones on the telly week in week out during footy season. 'Alright, lad? 'Ow's your auld sconner?'


China Town - Believe it or not, Liverpool has the second largest China Town in the world. Only San Francisco's is bigger!

Wrestling School - Liverpool's wrestling school is the perfect place to settle any stag party rivalries and give the groom a face full of canvas. See more...


Alma de Cuba - Far from a kind of drinking Alamo, this Latin-American themed bar and restaurant should be your first choice on any big night out. Set in the atmospheric surroundings of an Old Catholic church, there's no better spot in town to enjoy a round of Tequila shots while partying with some lovely senoritas. See more...


Celebrities - Liverpool has its fair share of TV personalities with the likes of Ian Broudie, Elvis Costello, Ricky Tomlinson and Mel C all heralding from Merseyside.

Cilla Black - The late great Cilla Black (formerly Priscilla White) was a major star in her day who kept her roots. Even marrying her teen sweetheart she is still adored in the city.


The Shipping Forecast - This brilliant boozer is perfect for an afternoon pint or a chilled out lunch after a heavy night of stag antics. Enjoy unconventional pub grub like fried chicken as well as the classic (and extraordinarily meaty) burgers while getting stuck into the old school Nintendo 64 in the corner. Game of Goldeneye anybody? Find out more...


Tate Liverpool - Commonly known as the home of modern art in the North, the Tate is well worth a visit if you're feeling artistic. See more...


Wayne Rooney - “Wazza”  became England's all time highest goal scorer as he put a penalty past Switzerland at Wembley in 2015 to put Bobby Charlton's record into the history books.


The Grand National - Hedge your bets gents, this is the biggest event in the British racing calendar and it's right on Liverpool's doorstep. Fancy enjoying a day of the 'sport of Kings' on your big weekend? 

Picking Acommodation For Your Stag Do

When looking for accommodation for your stag do value for money and the accommodations reputation are obvious things to look for, but the  accommodatons location is equalally important. International Inn is located in the heart of Liverpool ciy centre and is the perfect choice if your looking for value for money, accessibility and amenities. Having been operating for over 20 years International Inns staff have a wealth of experience of hosting vistitors to the city and have local knowledge that is second to none.

In terms of affordability Internaional Inn has 3 different kinds of accomodation that are designed to suit most types of people:-

For Tourists & Backpackers​

With accommodation for up to 100 people in dorms for 2, 4, 6, 8 & 10 and facilities which include TV lounge/games room, laundry, baggage store, full heating, free Wi-Fi connection, Internet access and information desk with details of all local attractions on offer in and around Liverpool, we are a tourists dream budget accommodation.

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For Tourists & Sightseers who want more

Cocoon Hotel offers visitors to Liverpool a luxury room at a very affordable price, all our rooms have a private bathroom with a shower, plus tea and coffee making facilities if you need a little pick me up 1st thing. Other benefits include a TV, hairdryer and towels & sheets.

(please be aware cocoon rooms do not have windows)

Perfect For Family Weekends or Romantic City breaks

Our fully serviced apartments are ideal for families but are also ideal for couples who want their own privacy. These modern  apartments have a kitchen and private lounge area. So why not book today and you'll be safe in the knowledge you can relax after a day of exploring Liverpool's sights.


Stag do Accommodation
In Liverpool

If you’re looking for a huge selection of daytime activities to keep all the guys occupied, plus great eateries and colossal nights out, you need look no further than this bouncing party city. Liverpool has everything needed (and more) to give the groom a monumental send-off he’ll never forget.

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