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Stayed here for the night with my husband Who is a massive Beatles fan, we loved it, beautiful hotel very clean, beds were so comfty staff were Lovely, food was fab and we sat in the bar on the night listening to some fantastic live...More
Good location and rooms are a good size, clean and comfortable but service lets the whole place down. No bar food in the evening but you can get service in your room and don't book breakfast through the website as you can get it for...More
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Booked on line had all sorts of fun ended up calling , room ready upon arrival 2-30 pm. Bar nice , room nice. Smelt of people didn’t smell that clean .
Balcony view was a fire escape and back yard .
Very central to town...More
Ideal location near to The Cavern Club. Staff were very welcoming and helpful. They upgraded our room because we needed somewhere safe to store our bikes, a member of staff helped to carry them up to our room. Our room on the first floor was...More
Response from GM_HardDaysNight, General Manager at Hard Days Night HotelResponded 5 days ago
Thank you for your great 5 star review, we truly appreciate it! I am delighted that you had such a great stay and we look forward to welcoming you back in the very near future.
Response from richard&allyson | Reviewed this property |
We only went for an Indian in Barton Rouge that was outstanding and a short walk away, the first night we ate in the restaurant at the hotel called Blake’s, they had a steak on the menu but to be honest I wouldn’t bother... More
We only went for an Indian in Barton Rouge that was outstanding and a short walk away, the first night we ate in the restaurant at the hotel called Blake’s, they had a steak on the menu but to be honest I wouldn’t bother eating in there again due to the limited menu. If you haven’t booked breakfast in the hotel and want one one morning turn right out of the hotel and just across the next junction on the same side of the street there’s a Turkish restaurant called Shiraz the English breakfast in there is outstanding and half the price.