"A Hard Day's Night" Hotel – Beatles In The Heart Of Liverpool

Written by | March 21, 2011 0:20 am | No Comments


In the heart of Liverpool, the famous entrance to the UK from the States, where rock and roll was first imported, and John Lennon discovered Arthur Crudup, now the dockyards are not the only industry. The Beatles is the other one.

Never more sure than, no, not at John Lennon Airport (well, maybe at John Lennon Airport) but at "A Hard Day's Night" Hotel -name after… OK, i you don't know what it is named after move on to the next posrt!

The Lennon Suite cost appriximatelt $1500 a night. I thought you could buy Liverpool for around that much…

You do get a a chilled bottle of champagne….

Here is the hotel websites description.. note the cynical first line:

Imagine a totally unique hotel experience in the heart of Liverpool.  A white piano against a white backdrop complete with stunning views of the city centre.  

Superbly designed features and furnishings that are all in keeping with the theme immediately identify this suite as another iconic feature of the hotel.  

Those lucky enough to stay in the Lennon Suite will have an unforgettable experience.

In Room Facilities Include: 

  • Bedroom and Lounge Room
  • King Bed
  • 2 Interactive LCD TV's with Internet, Music, Movies and Selection of Sky Channels
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Complimentary Broadband
  • Baby Grand Piano
  • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities with Coffee Making Machine
  • Iron and Ironing Board
  • Laptop Safe
  • Direct Dial Telephone
  • Complimentary Mineral Water
  • Hairdryer
  • Work Station
  • Dressing Table
  • En-Suite Bathroom with Bath, Free Standing Monsoon Shower and Jack and Jill Sinks
  • Sofa Seating Area
  • Exclusive Piece of Beatles Artwork
  • Luxury Waffle Robes
  • Slippers
  • Balcony
  • Fresh Flowers
  • Complimentary Fully Stocked Mini Bar (When paying £950)

The piano is white, just like Lennons. Still it is all a little ickie, right?

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