The Hard Days Night Hotel (4*) is located in Liverpool City Centre and is easily accessed by train, bus, boat or from John Lennon Liverpool Airport. All 110 rooms are individually designed around the contours of the original building and elegantly furnished with specially commissioned Beatles-inspired artwork adorning the walls. The hotel's restaurant Blake's, named after the celebrated Sergeant Pepper album cover and artist Sir Peter Blake, serves up a range of classic British dishes along with home cooked favourites. Bar Four offers guests a high-end destination cocktail bar, open to all who enjoy that little extra.
The concept of the hotel has been prevalent since the late 1980's, and finally became possible when the perfectly situated Central Buildings, just around the corner from the original Cavern Club became available for development in Liverpool city centre. The hotel finally opened it doors on the 1st February 2008 with worldwide media coverage.
Luxury rooms have their own individual design, contemporary decor and are stylishly appointed with an interactive LCD TV and complimentary WI-FI as well as en-suite facilities that include a monsoon shower. Stay in the centre of Liverpool in style.
Blakes Restaurant is open Tuesday to Saturday for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, opening for breakfast only on Sundays and Mondays.
Enter at the hotel's grand entrance to find the unique Bar Four at the Hard Days Night Hotel. A smart dress code is in operation. Bar Four at the Hard Days Night Hotel is a high-end destination cocktail bar offering a vast array of cocktails, beers, wines and spirits. It is undoubtedly one of the must visit bars in Liverpool city centre, with a chic and stylish vibe.
The Lounge and Bar features stunning artwork and is also the location for one of the hotel's 'must see' images. Taken on Childwall Fiveways, the image captures some of the Merseybeat groups of the 60's including of course the Fab Four themselves.
With it's cosmopolitan and vibrant atmospheres, the lounge provides the perfect location for guests to simply unwind and relax while taking a light snack or more substantial meal.
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