Hard Days Night Hotel
Liverpool & Southport, England
Hard Days Night Hotel overview
As the world’s only Beatles inspired hotel, the Hard Days Night promises to be a truly unique and unforgettable experience for every guest. Located at the heart of Liverpool’s ‘Beatles Corner’ in the magnificent Grade II listed Central Buildings (dating back to 1884), this hotel is steeped in history. Right next door is the famous Cavern Club where the ‘Fab Four’ rose to fame.
The region between Blackpool and Liverpool is known as ‘England’s Golf Coast’, with the three ‘Royal’ Open Championship courses of Lytham, Birkdale and Liverpool plus an abundance of other incredible links courses like Formby, West Lancs and Hillside all nearby.
All 110 guest rooms are individually designed and elegantly furnished with unique Beatles inspired artwork. Designed around the contours of the original building, each guest room comes with excellent amenities, and for that extra special occasion, you may even want to upgrade to the McCartney or Lennon Suites.
Restaurant & Bars
The flagship restaurant at the Hard Days Night Hotel is Blake’s, named after the Godfather of pop, Sir Peter Blake, and features wall-to-wall original Beatles artwork. Bar Four is one of Liverpool’s premier cocktail spots, with local bands and artists featured at weekends.
Also on-site is the cosmopolitan and vibrant Lounge & Bar, filled with memorabilia and artefacts, providing the perfect hang-out for guests to unwind.
The Hard Days Night Hotel is located in the heart of Liverpool, just a short walk from the River Mersey and famous Royal Albert Dock. International access is best through Manchester Airport which is less than an hour drive away.
Did You Know
Central Buildings could well have been a tourist destination of a different kind as, during the Second World War, it was designated the backup location for the allied command headquarters in the city during the Battle of the Atlantic
Golf courses near to Hard Days Night Hotel
Hillside Golf Course
Hillside is regarded as one of the finest links courses not to have hosted an Open Championship. Located adjacent to Royal Birkdale and consistently ranked top 25 courses in England.
Royal Birkdale Golf Couse
Royal Birkdale was founded in 1889 and has held more Championship and International events since World War 2 than any other course in the world. Rated top 10 in the UK and top 50 worldwide.
Formby Golf Course
Formby Golf Club has the most picturesque course on England’s Golf Coast, blending links with parkland amongst beautiful scenery. Consistently ranked amongst the country’s top 20 courses.
Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Course
Founded in 1886 and ranked amongst the best courses in the UK, Royal Lytham is a permanent fixture on The Open Championship rota. Where Seve Ballesteros won his first major aged 22 years old.
Royal Liverpool Golf Course
Royal Liverpool (or Hoylake) is England’s second oldest links, has held the Open Championship multiple times and is consistently ranked within top 20 UK courses and top 50 worldwide.