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Walking through the streets of Liverpool, it is impossible to ignore the impact The Beatles have had on the history of the city. Pride in ‘The Fab Four’ gushes from every direction, and a stone’s throw from the infamous Cavern Club where The Beatles story all began, the Hard Days Night Hotel brings pride in Liverpool’s greatest export to a whole new level.


Beatlemania seeps into every corner of the hotel, and intimate pictures that adorn the walls seem to whisper secrets of the bands private life. Not only do the walls tell stories; the staff are also on hand with information on the origins of pieces around the hotel. The Hard Days Night is a wonderful stay. The venue’s restaurant, Blakes, is named after the acclaimed artist Peter Blake who created the iconic Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover. Lunch here is an absolute delight, and the restaurant offers options for every pallet, with beautiful flavour combinations making


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for a stunning meal, and a dessert selection that’s definitely worth saving room for.


Rooms in the hotel are each decorated with a different piece of artwork by artist Shannon, so no two rooms are the same. The VDA system installed in the bedrooms make life easy, with self explanitory switches meaning you can change the atmosphere in the room without ever lifting your head off the pillow, and once you do have to stir, the bathroom features a wonderfully refreshing monsoon shower for the perfect wake up.


The hotels commitment to eco-friendly practice is evident, with new technology being incorporated wherever possible to ensure energy efficiency. It’s great to see this kind of practice from a hotel, especially in a way that doesn’t detract from the experience but rather enhances it, as with Hard Days Night Hotel. Lighting in the public areas of the hotel is


atmospheric, changing automatically to suit different times of the day. This helps to create the perfect ambience at all times, without anyone having to physically make the changes to do so.


The hotel has spectacular suites that are perfect for business events. Hari’s Bar, a tribute to George Harrison’s appreciation of Indian culture, is a perfect setting for small networking events, or for bigger parties there are larger function rooms available that provide an excellent atmosphere for an event to remember. If you’re looking for somewhere to stay in Liverpool, let it be the Hard Days Night Hotel.


Contact:


Hard Days Night Hotel t: 0151 236 1964 www.harddaysnighthotel.com


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