A Hard Day’s Night Hotel: A Beatles-themed haven in Liverpool

ByAndrea Thompson

June 13, 2024

The Hard Day’s Night Hotel in Liverpool offers a harmonious mix of historical significance and Beatles-inspired allure. The Grade II listed Central Buildings, situated in the “Beatles Quarter,” dates back to 1884. As the world’s only Beatles-themed hotel, it stands as a landmark of cultural importance, nestled next to the iconic Cavern Club.

The hotel, owned by Millennium Hotels and Resorts, serves as a sanctuary for Beatles fans and travellers in search of a unique experience. It stands as a homage to the Fab Four, with its 110 rooms and suites each bearing the names of Lennon and McCartney. The hotel has been honoured with the Trip Advisor Travellers Choice Award for 2024.

Every individual bedroom is designed to follow the building’s contours and features specially commissioned Beatles artwork. Guests can choose from a variety of room types, including some with balconies and two suites. All rooms are equipped with standard amenities such as a TV, Wi-Fi, a monsoon shower, and toiletries. Additionally, fully accessible rooms are available.

Guests can savour British culinary delights at the hotel’s Blakes Restaurant, named after the renowned Beatles’ album artist Sir Peter Blake. It features a seasonal menu that promises a gastronomic adventure. Additionally, there is a coffee shop, bar, and cocktail lounge that hosts live music.

Staying at the Hard Days Night Hotel is more than just a visit; it’s an immersive experience where history, music, and modern amenities converge to create an unforgettable stay. Whether you’re a Beatles fan or simply looking for a unique place to rest, this hotel hits all the right notes for a memorable visit to Liverpool.