Really comfy night’s sleep and a lovely period building.
The room was very clean and tidy, but very cramped. It is a budget hotel and you get what you pay for. Would definitely stay again👍
Really great hotel, nice rooms, Beatles memorabilia all the way around, you will enjoy your time there. Can be noisy on weekends, ask for rooms not facing Matthew Street if you want a more quiet place.
The lobby area and hallways were dirty and dated. The hotel location was next door to the train station and bus stop, but there was no security for allowing anyone access to the upper floors. The room itself was comfortable and the staff friendly and helpful.
Great accommodation and very close to all to be seen in Liverpool!
Nice hotel in the heart of Liverpool shopping and nightlife. Hard to get to with a car and hard to find parking.
No issues at all. Friendly staff. Right in City Centre and close to all attractions. Trip to Anfield was 15mins by Taxi.
Great stay. Fabulous location. While it is a bit pricey I would definitely stay there again.
Great locatiin walkable to Albert Dock and Town. One downside room was too cold and no way to adjust.
Liverpool's Cavern Club opened its doors in 1957 and today remains one of the city's most iconic live music venues. Considered by many to be the place The Beatles established their musical identity, in recent years, acts such as Elton John, Queen and the Rolling Stones have performed here. Those visiting Liverpool for its live music will find an excellent range of quality hotels in the city centre to choose from, including a Beatles-themed design hotel.
Whether you're a Beatles fan or not, there's still a thriving live music scene in Liverpool. Fans of the Fab Four could book a room at the Hard Day’s Night Hotel, where the rooms are decorated with Beatles art work. Those who prefer serviced apartments will find a number to choose from, with some of the most popular located in the Liverpool ONE complex, great for families and groups of friends. Chain hotels in the city centre are within easy walking distance of the Cavern Club and other live music venues, and many offer a complimentary breakfast, which will be needed the morning after the night before!
The Cavern Club became the world's best known music venue in the 1960s, with The Beatles performing here for the first time on 9th February 1961. They quickly became the club's signature act, propelling Liverpool into the spotlight. The club has gone through a number of changes of ownership since then and has seen acts such as Embrace and Adele perform here in recent years. The quirky Camp and Furnace is another popular venue, located in the Baltic Triangle area, where you'll also find a number of independent venues showcasing live music. Many city centre hotels provide 24-hour room service, so if you're hungry after a late night, you can dine in the comfort of your room.
Couples, families and groups of friends coming to Liverpool for its music scene won't be disappointed by the range of accommodation available. Spa hotels and larger chain hotels provide amenities such as iPod docks, while most hotels in the city have free WiFi available, so you can stream your favourite music videos and ensure your break has a great soundtrack.
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