This is a great looking hotel in a central location near to all the shops, bars and restaurants and not too far away from the Albert dock and the pier head. We had an accessible room at the back of the hotel on the 3rd floor which was very spacious. I knew that the hotel was very close to Matthew Street and was worried about the noise but me and my partner could not hear a thing at night and had a comfortable nights sleep. There are great pictures of the beatles all over the hotel. The service at breakfast was very inefficient. We were shown to the table and had to ask three times for some coffee. There seemed to be a lot of staff around not doing very much. We had to ask for some coffee three times and were halfway through our breakfast before a girl asked us would we like "some more" coffee, we pointed out that we had not had any yet to which she didnt reply. I could hear guests at other tables around us repeatedly having to ask for things. The actual breakfast food was quite nice but we gave up waiting for a second cup of coffee and left! We also thought the girl who checked us into the hotel was unprofessional. It looked to me and my partner that the check in girl must of typed something into her computer so only the young bellboy behind her could see it on the screen. He started laughing and she turned around to him and started laughing too and they then both looked at us. I didnt get what the joke was as we had only said hello and that we wished to check in? I can only assume it was something derogatory about us. I thought this gave a very bad first impression and we walked away to the room feeling quite paranoid. The staff on the desk the next morning were much nicer and helpful and let us check out a bit later.
Apart from the picture of George Harrison above the bed you could be in any 4* hotel in the world. You could just have a drink in one of the bars and get the lift to the top floor of the hotel and walk down the winding staircase and look at the pictures without having to stay there. The actual hotel is great but let down by the service, I would not stay here again I didnt think it was worth the £160 a night.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hard Days Night Hotel Beatles Boutique Hotel Liverpool. A'Fab Four'star Liverpool hotel. Hard Days Night Hotel is the worlds only Beatles inspired hotel, combining the highest quality facilities in a truly unique environment. Located at the heart of Liverpool's 'Beatles Quarter' offering luxurious accommodation and exclusive event space with a twist. Housed in the magnificent Grade II listed Central Buildings, dating back to 1884, the beautifully restored hotel is steeped in history. 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. Sitting adjacent to the world famous Cavern Club where the Beatles rose to fame, and an array of the city's famous Beatles landmarks, the hotel not only offers the perfect getaway for visitors, but is much loved by art lovers, music lovers, and food lovers alike.A superb Wedding and private party hotel. There are places to remember and then there is the Hard Days Night Hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hard Days Night Liverpool
- Hotel Hard Days Night