Hard Days Night Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHard Days Night Hotel Liverpool
This hotel was wonderful. We stayed in a regular room and truly enjoyed the experience. The bed was comfortable and the food was great in the restaurant. This hotel was also quite central making its location ideal as well.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hard Days Night Hotel Liverpool
this hotel is lovely everything about it is great the porter we had was helpful polite as were all the staff.food excellent
rooms were amazing.
well worth a visit
Great stay, fantastic new hotel, brilliant bath products!!
I dont usually write reviews about hotels, but the Hard Days Night really left a great impression!
The room was modern, great bed! What I did find outstanding was the original bath products - I have never seen such products in any hotels which I have stayed in!! They were so unique and their smell was extraordinary. We had a bath truffle (I think thats what it is called!!), it dissolved in the bath and the whole bath was covered in rose petals - perfectly romantic for our Valentine's Day! Great idea - thanks the Hard Days Night!!
Will definately be staying again.
PS. I have found out that the bath products are from The Soapy Story. I have already ordered some for myself!
Great Hotel but some fine polishing needed
We stayed at this hotel for one night on the 23rd Feb.
Fantastic Hotel and great vibe as soon as you walk in - decor is stunning. Check in was a bit chaotic and the rooms weren't ready - some rooms weren't even ready at 5pm so they need to speed up that side of it.
Rooms are a good size and nicely decorated - but silly things let it down - the mini bar wasn't stocked, some of the lights did not work, there was no information in the room about the hotel - there is one tiny mirror on the desk and then a mirror by the door - but the lights don't work by the door so for a girl putting her make up on it is not ideal!! Plug sockets are not located well either.
the Music on the TV system is a good idea but you manage to play one song from a CD adn then it goes back to Hard Days Night - every time - can begin to drive you a bit insane.
The Bar Four is very nice but I think they need to try to bring in some kind of dress code for it as such or stop non residents coming in for a drink - quite a few very drunk men in football scarves and jeans weaving about and leering.
Once they sort out these few issues it will be sensational - fantastic location and fantastic decor just needs a bit of fine tuning
Neuf et propre
C'est un nouvel hôtel qui a tout le confort moderne. Son seul défaut c'est qu'il est assez bruyant, vu qu'il se trouve dans un quartier étudiant.
It's new and clean
A good hotel with all mod cons. the only down side is that it is quite noisy being in a studenty area
Quel hôtel !
On y est allés le 9 février 2008, et c'est vraiment un hôtel génial ! C'est exactement de ça que Liverpool a besoin : un hôtel décent ! Tous les employés sont hyper disponibles, on n'a jamais l'impression de les déranger, et puis on a mangé au Blakes et c'était excellent, le service est extra, les chambres sont ce qui se fait de mieux... que dire d'autre ? Ça vaut la peine d'y aller, nous on habite à Liverpool mais on voulait voir ça, vu que mon mari est fan des Beatles, et on y retournera ; moi ça m'a rendue fière d'être de Liverpool, on a dû attendre longtemps mais ça valait la peine.
What a hotel
we visited hotel on 9th feb 2008, it really does have the WOW factor! just what Liverpool needs a decent hotel, the staff all very friendly nothing was too much trouble, we ate in Blakes food excellent, and service great, room state of the art, what more can i say, worth a stay, we live in Liverpool but wanted to go for the experience as my husband is a Beatles fan, we will be visiting again, it made me proud to come from Liverpool, it was a long time comming but worth the wait.
Excellent à tout point de vue. On y a passé deux jours, à l'ouverture. C'est clair que le personnel a passé pas mal de temps en formation : ils étaient tous au top, sympas et présentaient bien.
Les chambres sont grandes et très confortables, le restaurant nous a servi des steaks excellents et le bar a été en effervescence tout le week-end, plein de gens qui venaient jeter un oeil à l'hôtel.
Je suis super content de mon séjour et je reviendrai sûrement.
Had a ball !!
Excellent in every way. We stayed for two nights on the day the hotel opened. It is very obvious that alot of time has been spent in training the staff as they were all top class, well presented and friendly.
The rooms are big and very comfortable, the restaurant served us a great steak and the bar was buzzing the whole weekend with people coming in the check the hotel out.
Thoroughly enjoyable stay and definately will be back.
What a place. After reading so much about the hotel we had high expectations for our stay on its opening night - it was FANTASTIC. An amazing atmosphere as you walking into the hotel's lobby, friendly staff were ready to give us the key, and escourt us to our deluxe room which we just couldn't fault. Top quality fixtures and fittings and even an electronic do not disturb sign by the bed! I'm well travelled but this is something I have never seen before. We had dinner in Blakes restaurant which was wonderful, delicious food and perfect service - I kept forgetting where i was. We then had drinks in Haris bar in the basement which such a unique drinking space and lovely cocktails. Then we were treated to a Beatles tribute band, then finished off the night in bar four on the ground level which was definitly the place to be seen in. Waitresses - you are hot! Breakfast the following morning again we couldn't fault, and the staff in reception helped us to arrange a private beatles tour which just rounded off our weekend. Thank you hard days night, we love the hotel and can't wait to come back. Liverpool you should be proud!
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