"It's been a hard days night" so here's a great place to rest your weary head in Liverpool.
The Hard Days Night Hotel in Liverpool boasts an enviable central location, comfortably sitting inside a landmark Grade || listed building and close to all city centre amenities.
If you're searching - you can't miss the place!
Conveniently, the hotel is also located very close to Cavern Club, which proves a popular base for Beatles fanatics for obvious reasons.
We were placed within one of the luxury rooms, upon entering greeted by bold, red and orange tones and a private balcony, although it was a little chilly to step outside. Our room was elegantly furnished, the bed scattered with plump orange and blue cushions and the walls adorned with specially commissioned Beatles-inspired artwork.
Also around the corner from the hotel, located in the Carvern quarter, we found the new Turtle Bay restaurant, as we know (from previous visits) that they offer a very generous happy hour with 241 cocktails every day of the week, we headed on over early afternoon, on a Sunday. Hey, it's never too early for cocktails!
I'd been desperate for a exotic Pina Colada cocktail all week, so I was eager to try Turtle Bay's take on everyone's favourite Caribbean cocktail. The name featured an exotic twist; 'Koko Colada' and was filled with a generous amount of Koko Kanu white rum, pineapple, coconut and cream and grated nutmeg.
Both were delicious and both went straight to my head on that hazy sunday afternoon!
We then headed back to the hotel for a little snooze ahead of our evening out on the town, but not before stopping by Bar Four - the HDN hotel's destination cocktail bar featuring wood panelled walls and luxury leather armchairs contributing to it's chic and stylish vibe.
Breakfast the next morning was a rather greasy affair, served inside the Blakes restaurant, which is named after the godfather of British pop art, Sir Peter Blake. The restaurant features luxurious blue drapes and oversized lampshades. The breakfast suitably set me up with a full stomach for the busy day of shopping ahead.
A great base to stay for any Liverpool explorer, or Beatles fanatic. I will definitely be heading back here.
If your keen to stay yourself, theres a special offer for a Spring in the City package offering two nights bed & breakfast, a three course dinner in Blakes restaurant and a exotic cocktail on your first night, all for an impressive £198 for the 2 nights (and based on 2 people sharing).
Hard Days Night Hotel,
North John Street,
(*) My stay at the Hard Days Night Hotel was provided on a complimentary basis in exchange for an honest review on my blog. I can assure you all opinions expressed here are my own. (*)