"Hard Days Night Hotel - YEAH, YEAH, YEAH!"
Jonnie - Dallas, USA, May/15/2017
If you're a Beatles fan, there is NO PLACE else you'll want to stay! When they say the Cavern Club is around the corner, it is literally around the corner. It's a doable walk to dockside, too. The Beatles theme is carried out throughout the hotel. The rates are very reasonable, the staff is friendly and helpful, and the rooms are clean and comfortable. The included breakfast is HUGE, and there are lots of restaurants in the area.
Situated at the heart of Liverpool's 'Beatles Quarter', opposite the world famous Cavern Club where the Fab Four began their meteoric rise, the hotel offers the best location not only perfect for music lovers, but also for great shopping, local history, and fine dining. Closer to home, you can relax with a cocktail in one of our bars or enjoy a culinary experience at Blakes, our flagship restaurant, serving traditional British dishes with a contemporary twist.
Please note that family rooms catering for two adults and additional children are avaliable on request by calling the hotel direct. Supplement from £20.00 per night.
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The Hard Days Night Hotel is enviably located in Liverpool City Centre and as such, on rare occasion noise generated by external factors may be heard.
Distance to Airport: 9 miles
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I'm a Beatles nut, so I probably would have stayed here even if it was a hostel! But it's actually really well done. Beyond all the pictures and references to the Beatles around, it's a classic, pleasant, well run, big city hotel. This is nice, because the theme could have easily made a hotel a bit obnoxious and tacky. Great location too, the Cavern club is on the adjacent block... the waterfront and shopping are all very close as well. We didn't eat at the restaurant, but it looked pretty cool and there is a bar full of clever Beatles songs and lyric drinks. Our room was pretty big and nice and clean... very large bathroom! Definitely a great experience in Liverpool and a "must do" if you are a Beatles fan!
MCarson699Buffalo, NY, Jun 2017
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Most definitely the best hotel I have ever stayed in. Food was out of this world in Blake's restaurant. I fully recommend the brandy Alexander's from the cocktails bar. Even if you're not a Beatles fan this is a must visit place for so many reasons.
Everything was great, nothing to complain about. Location, rooms, food, decor were all perfect. Staff were nice and helpful. Price was less than expected and we had free £30 to spend in restaurant. Would definitely recommend 👍🏻
Booked one night for our wedding anniversary city break. We'd booked elsewhere for food so didn't use the restaurant but we did end up coming back to the hotel to spend most of our evening in the bar listening to the live music. The room and the bathroom were both clean and we had everything we needed so no complaints. The booking cost us about £40 more than the premier inn which we felt was money well spent given the unique decor about the place and the live music in the bar etc.