Hard Days Night Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Lovely building and foyer however I was a little disappointed with the "luxury" room. For that sort of money I would have expected a room that felt like we were staying in a Beatles themed hotel but it was no different to any other hotel room. Robes would have been nice for that price. I was also told on email they would make a note that it was a special occasion but nothing! Breakfast was good!
Stayed at this lovely, smart hotel January 2018 Friendly , welcoming & professional staff. Great Beatles decor theme throughout the hotel. Spotlessly clean rooms. Tea/coffee/kettle & free wifi and safe facilities. Enjoyed listening to Beatles songs throughout the hotel Lovely friendly cosy pub within hotel. Tasty and plentiful breakfast! Perfect location in liverpool city centre! We would highly recommend this hotel to anyone. Than you!
We recently visited this hotel for new year and it was lovely just around the corner fro the Cavern Club and all the bars and restaurants staff were very helpful and friendly rooms were nice and clean comfy bed
I loved this hotel! Stayed on a Saturday night with the boyfriend - and was super impressed! I am quite a big Beatles fan, but the bf isnt, but both enjoyed staying there. The hotel has a very grand exterior and you cant miss it when driving past. We parked our car in the Q car park at Liverpool One and walked to the hotel (less than 5 mins) and paid £11 for 24hrs. They also offer valet parking for £24. Doing it again, we would have driven straight to the car park first, as a lot of one way systems getting there. When you walk into the hotel the reception area feels quite compact - but really nicely done and Beatles paintings everywhere. We had a deluxe double room on the 3rd floor, which was very spacious with great decor and a huge bed. We walked in to 'Welcome Laura' on the TV screen and Hard Days Night playing - which I loved. They also had a series of music playlists available on the TV... but not a Beatles one (which i found odd) - but lots of other rock/pop playlists that we listened to whilst getting ready. The location was excellent - near lots of bars, clubs and live music venues. Our room overlooked the street where Cavern Bar/Cavern Club/ Sgt Peppers were - and if you open the window you can hear buskers below (which was fun) but it was quiet if you left them closed. Final point was that each room has a different Beatles painting and an explanation behind it. We didnt have the breakfast - and actually ended up sleeping in and missing our checkout of 11am. We were called and politely reminded. Would recommend this hotel to anyone staying up in Liverpool - regardless of whether a Beatles fan.
Went in for a drink tonight for a cocktail. It was 10.30pm. The bar was closed but we got a cappuccino £3.50 each, small cups. It’s a very Beatles nostalgic lounge / bar, lots of photos and Beatles memorabilia. Lots of Beatles music playing, a nice relaxed environment. Will stay here one night. It’s on North John St a few seconds away from Mathew St.
Stayed here for one night the last Friday in December as a birthday treat, a deluxe room with a huge balcony, that stretched down Matthew Street over looking the cavern pub, and views the other way of the liver buildings and towards Liverpool One. Yes ok you could hear music from the pubs, but this did Not stop me having a good nights sleep in the room, and that was a Friday night in December! Liked the little touch of my name on the tv screen to greet you, prosecco and a birthday balloon had been ordered by my family, and this was awaiting in the room on arrival on ice. LUGGAGE we arrived at the hotel early morning and the hotel stored our luggage until check in time, which was 3pm although we took lunch in the bar and the receptionist came over with our key card when the room was ready, before 3pm. RESTAURANT We ate in Blakes and booked a table upon arrival for 6.30pm and so took advantage of the "early bird menu" very good value, breakfast in the morning was all there , help yourself buffet style good selection of " hot and cold" when my partner mentioned it was my "50th" birthday, a glass of champagne came my way! lovely touch. My only niggle and it is a small one, when lifting the beverage tray and kettle out of the wardrobe and placing it on the only place available the desk, we realised the sockets were down below so had to boil the kettle on the floor! ok for us, but maybe not ideal for everyone?but this is only a very tiny gripe, it was a great birthday treat.
Excellent hotel right in the heart of the City. Fabulous City, fabulous hotel, as close to the Cavern Club as you could get, very friendly people, in our opinion, the Cavern Club is the best small venue entertainment in the world, will definitely visit Liverpool and Hard Days Night Hotel again.
Staying here one night and am writing this review at 2.40am with major noise coming from bands, nightclubs and revellers in Mathew Street right outside my window. Ironically 'caught in a trap' is booming out as I write. I have asked to be moved or for a refund and been refused. I am a frequent visitor to Liverpool and this is by far the noisiest hotel I have stayed in. There is nothing on the hotel website advising of the extent of the noise problem. I have asked the duty manager to note my complaint and my dissatisfaction at being refused a refund. Yes I am familiar with Liverpool but did not honestly expect the paper thin walls and the extent of the noise. I was not aware or made aware of the hours nightclubs adjacent to the hotel are allowed to pump music into the street The duty manager said he asked the club's in question to close doors and turn music down but there has been no material difference unfortunately after nearly an hour and a half it's as badas ever. Turning to the room itself it was sold as a deluxe room. Well the room's heating is poor, the bathroom floor has loose tiles and there isn't a fridge or mini bar. The decor is modern otherwise. I have asked for the general manager's email address and been refused. Instead the reception have asked that I leave my email address with them. I would hope the hotel management or the Millenium group show some customer service and refund a customer who booked a hotel room with the expectation of being able to sleep.
Millennium Hotels need to get to work and support their staff here. They know when you check in that if you have a room on the side of the building overlooking Mathew Street ( Cavern Street ) you are not going to get much sleep. I stayed here on business in early December for two nights. The first night I was aware of noise from one of the bars below but it was muffled and if the TV was on it wasnt that bad. However, on the second night the noise was too loud and not acceptable for the price paid for this hotel.The staff were pleasant and friendly at the bar and throughout our stay but despite being on the fifth floor I may as well have slept out on Mathew Street until after 130am. If you are here on business...dont stay here. If you don't mind paying a lot of money for late night noise and sleep disruption then this is the place for you. If you re a Beatles fan and you really want to stay here....dont pay upfront on arrival until you determine that your room is not above Mathew Street. George Harrison was overlooking our room. Id rather say somewhere with no Beatles and get a nights sleep. If you really want to get the Beatles experience...sleep well before you arrive or avail of the bar or restaurant facilities and sleep in a quieter part of town - I won't be back and Stephen will no doubt comment that the hotel are improving sound proofing in those rooms just as he's been commenting for months. Suggest Millennium Hotels discount the rooms affected until such times as they bring this hotel up to standard.
I’m not really a Beatles fan, nor do I go in for themed hotels but I loved my stay at the Hard Days Night. From check-in to check-out the experience was excellent. The staff were friendly, helpful and professional. The hotel is well designed and interesting throughout with a good variety of Beatles related photos, art and stories. My room was a standard double, it was a very good size and very comfortable. Everything was well laid out, clean and tidy and it all worked. The bed was very comfortable. WiFi is individually available for each room and the TV and associated technology was easy to use. It was brilliant to find music available through the TV with decent playlists. I ate dinner in the restaurant and was very pleasantly surprised by the quality. Fresh ingredients, well cooked and service was great. I will definitely be back.
- 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. Start your day off with breakfast, 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 24 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.
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78% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 3280 reviews