Hard Days Night Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We visited Hard Days Night Hotel a few years ago when it first opened and thought it was amazing and we said we would return. We stayed for a night for a birthday treat. Firstly the room, there were areas where I thought could have been better. The wallpaper in the bedroom was bubbling and coming away and the headboard was grubby. The bed was lovely but the pillowcases had not been put on properly and on further inspection the pillows were stained. The chair in the bedroom looked like it had crayon marks on the side. The bathroom was nice but the tiling by the toilet had a biro mark on it. We had a drink in the bar after we had been out for dinner and their were 2 young guys on guitar and singing who were very good. I ordered a beer and a cocktail and there was some issue with my credit card and the barman disappeared to sort it out. When he came back he was quite short with me. Our room was at the front of the hotel and was fairly noisy from the music on Matthew Street, I nipped out to buy some ear plugs and had a good nights sleep. Breakfast was very nice and the staff were lovely, although I found the hot breakfast fairly luke warm. All in all a nice hotel, but for the price is lacking. Next time we will save our money and stay at our usual lovely Premier Inn.
Stayed in the John Lennon suite. What an experience. Fantastic place and truly great staff. Great location, right in the heart of Liverpool. Tremendous views from the balcony. Excellent breakfast. If you need to visit Liverpool - and you really do need to visit Liverpool, I couldn't "imagine" a better place to stay.
We visited Liverpool for our babymoon. Having heard good reviews, and wanting somewhere extremely central (so we could walk everywhere) we booked HDN hotel via booking.com. The hotel is in a beautiful building and is extremely well located for shops, bars, restaurants and visiting Albert docks. The front of house staff were friendly and polite. The room was extremely spacious (Deluxe room, no. 312) and the bathroom was well-appointed (separate bath and shower) - a bath was very welcome at 31 weeks pregnant! The Beatles decor is really lovely - not too "in your face". The only downsides to the room (and why this is a 4- and not 5-star review) is that that everything looked very tired. It was clean and tidy, but the carpet had multiple stains on and was rucked up in the middle and the paintwork and skirting board had multiple stains, scratches and marks. The ceiling had obviously had some sort of leak (?from air-conditioning unit) and had been poorly painted over. The most off-putting part was that the decorative cushions on the bed were literally covered in stains. There was also a slightly strange layout, as there were no plug sockets near a mirror (a little frustrating for a woman) and the TV was in a strange position compared to the rest of the room. However, the bed was extremely comfortable, with lovely pillows and the air-conditioning made sleeping on the hottest day of the year a pleasure! We would stay here again, and would recommend to others - however, it could do with a little sprucing up - if only to replace the stained cushions covers!
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! We had no view whatsoever, so that was a bit unfortunate. Definitely a great experience in Liverpool and a "must do" if you are a Beatles fan!
Nice central hotel. Well decorated lovely rooms n good breakfast. Waitress lovely and bubbly. Bar quiet but nice good selection. Wee problem with a drink but rectified with no issues. Only issue was our room overlooked alley with Cavern club and bit noisy but earplugs sorted that so don't forget them!,
My wife and I were not guests of the hotel but we ate lunch at Blakes on May 30, 2017. I regret that I didn't get the names of our servers but they were wonderful. Our food and drinks were tasty. And the background music was all Beatles. Perfect!
We loved the whole atmosphere and interior design of the hotel. A very good choice of cocktails in the comfortable bar plus one of their best kept secrets, the early dinner menu, to be recommended. The staff were so friendly typical if the Liverpudlian hospitality.
As 2 retired couples, we recently enjoyed the 'Beatles Experience' at this fab hotel. If you judge anywhere by its staff , then this hotel is 5 Star ++++ ! The hotel is centrally located , the rooms spacious and spotlessly clean. Very much a breakfast as you would expect. I've saved the best for last by saying the Reception staff ( particularly Kris from Cowdenbeath! ) were the most friendly smiling and helpful staff we have ever encountered. The only slight downside to this hotel is no parking and the weakest water pressure( more of a drizzle than a shower!) Nevertheless , we would definitely recommend this hotel as the place to stay, even if you're not Beatles fans
Absolutely lovely Beatles themed hotel in the center of Liverpool. Staff really friendly and helpful, lots of memorabilia and photos Comfortable beds and despite being in central Liverpool it was nice and quiet.
As a boomer making his first (and probably only) pilgrimage to the Beatles' hometown, I decided to go "all out" and spend a few extra $$ to stay at the HDN Hotel. And we were not disappointed. Frankly, we were a bit worried that the Beatles theme might have been overdone and become quite tacky. To the contrary, we found that great care was taken to tastefully decorate and operate the hotel to honour the Fab Four. True, you pay more than you might have at other nearby establishments, but there is something special here for sure. Although we were a bit disappointed, that our advance request for a certain room type was not honoured, we were OK with the unit assigned...at least for a while. We were forewarned that the noise from the partying on Mathew Street could / would be quite bad and we decided to take our chances. Night 1 was OK...night 2 was entirely sleepless, to the point that we changed rooms for a very quiet room for night 3. I don't blame the hotel for this, but those thinking of staying here need to be forewarned. The room itself was quite comfortable with good Wi-Fi and amenities. The window was openable for fresh air, although the music wafting in discouraged this. There are only 2 (small) elevators serving the whole building, one of which was out of service for all of the 4 days we were there. I really think something should have been done to make that repair happen quickly. We received good service / advice from Kevin at the concierge desk and appreciated his insights. Breakfast was good at the adjoining restaurant although the service there was not up to par. Also...parking is not convenient although workable. All in all, we were glad to have selected this hotel for our Liverpool stay to savour the Beatles!
- Walking distance to Liverpool ONE and Merseyside Maritime Museum
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Business center
Located in Liverpool City Center, Hard Days Night Hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Liverpool ONE and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like Merseyside Maritime Museum. This 110-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant and a bar/lounge, along with free in-room WiFi. It's in central Liverpool and also a short walk from St. George's Hall and World Museum Liverpool.
Explore the hotel and meet new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge, or enjoy a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
All of Hard Days Night Hotel's 110 air-conditioned rooms provide coffee makers, free newspapers, and free bottled water. Guests can enjoy satellite TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Safes, phones, and ironing boards are also available.
Hard Days Night Hotel features free WiFi in public areas, 4 meeting rooms, and conference space. Valet parking is available for GBP 22 per day, and there's also limo/town car service. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a business center, express check-in, and express check-out.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
78% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 2965 reviews