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Liverpool's iconic Hard Days Night Hotel has devised a 'Fab Four' medley of offers in a bid to combat the January blues.
The Beatles inspired venue, located on North John Street, has handpicked deals that will allow guests to dine, drink and stay, all the while prolonging the post-Christmas merriments.
For those wanting the full experience, the Winter in the City package comprises a two-night stay alongside signature extras including breakfast, a three-course dinner in Blakes Restaurant on one night and cocktails in Bar Four.
Sales Manager Jan Morris said: "With the New Year now underway and the notorious Blue Monday fast approaching, we have created a range of January offers ideal for people who are feeling the pinch after Christmas, but don't want to spend the month cooped up at home.
"Whether guests want to be whisked away from reality for a little longer with a mini-break or prefer to eat out or simply pop in for drink, we hope to provide the perfect retreat for those wanting to relax and unwind this January."
In addition to the Winter in the City package, is the wine and dine offering, Twist and Shout, which treats diners to a complimentary glass of wine to accompanying their seasonally inspired two-course meal served in Blakes Restaurant. Guests wanting to while away the afternoon in The Lounge can enjoy a special midweek rendition of the venue's popular Tea for Two or head across to Bar Four, where they can purchase one cocktail and get the second free.
Jan added: "We are looking forward to wishing both new and familiar faces a sincere Happy New Year and make the start of 2017 a highly memorable and joyous one. As the weather becomes increasingly cool and crisp, what better way to relish in our stylish yet cosy surroundings nestled throughout the venue."
The Winter in the City package is priced from £208.00 for two nights, based on two people sharing, and is subject to availability until February 28. Sunday to Thursday only.
Twist and Shout served at Blakes Restaurant is priced at £11.95 for two courses, which includes a complimentary glass of wine throughout January.
Midweek Tea for Two served in The Lounge is priced at £22 and is available Monday-Wednesday between 12-6pm.
Bar Four's 'buy one, get one half price' cocktails will be available throughout January between 5pm-7:30pm Sunday to Thursday.
In a bid to create a stress-free Christmas shopping experience, the Beatles inspired hotel has designed the opulent Autumn in the City package, which combines relaxation with the added bonus of being just a stone’s throw away from Liverpool’s retail hotspots.
General Manager of Hard Days Night Hotel Mike Dewey said: “With the festive season upon us, shoppers across the country are planning trips to play Santa and gift shop for loved ones. With this in mind, we have devised our luxurious Autumn in the City package to offer comfort and contemporary style in the heart of the city centre’s Beatles Quarter, which is in walking distance from prime shopping destinations such as Liverpool ONE.
“When arriving back to the hotel following a busy day of gifting, our guests can enjoy a three-course dinner in our in-house Blakes Restaurant alongside a refreshing cocktail in Bar Four inclusive of the package. When the shopping list has been ticked off, our guests can also peruse an array of Liverpool’s tourist attractions including Albert Dock, St George’s Hall and the city’s two infamous cathedrals, all of which are easily accessible from the hotel.”
Available until November 30, the Autumn in the City package comprises a two-night stay in a twin or double Luxury Room alongside signature extras including breakfast, a three-course dinner in Blakes Restaurant on one night and a Strawberry Field cocktail in Bar Four on the first night.
Mike added: “Liverpool locals who are planning a Christmas gift buying trip to the city centre are more than welcome to pop in for a bite to eat and drink after a hard day’s shop. Whether it be for a mid or post-shopping pick-me-up, our venue is the perfect pitstop nestled away from the hustle and bustle.”
The Autumn in the City package is priced from £208.00 for two nights, based on two people sharing, and is subject to availability until November 30. Sunday to Thursday only.
Hard Days Night Hotel has welcomed a very special guest to its ‘Fab Four’ inspired venue.
Acclaimed Beatles artist Klaus Voormann, who famously designed the cover of The Beatles’ Revolver album, visited the hotel to mark the 50th anniversary of the award-winning record’s release.
Located in the heart of the Beatles quarter, Hard Days Night Hotel is home to numerous artefacts and memorabilia celebrating the world-renowned band, including exclusive artwork by Voormann himself.
General Manager of Hard Days Night Hotel Mike Dewey said: “We were honoured to welcome Klaus Voormann to our venue to mark 50 years since the release of the Revolver album, which won the artist a Grammy Award for ‘Best Album Cover’ as many avid fans will know. Here at the hotel, our walls are adorned by a number of Klaus Voormann’s artworks so it was certainly fitting for him to visit us.
“Here at Hard Days Night Hotel, we enjoy welcoming such influential figures within The Beatles’ musical career to celebrate the ongoing legacy of the Fab Four. We relish the opportunity to continue to maintain our strong Beatles links across the city where it all began.”
Klaus Voormann’s visit to the hotel took place as part of this year’s International Beatleweek celebrations, which is organised by The Cavern and returned to Liverpool in August 2016 for its 30th year. The festival typically attracts around 10,000 visitors annually.
Director of The Cavern Bill Heckle said: “The line-up this year was incredibly special. With a lot of 50th anniversaries to celebrate we tried to give a nod to as many as we could with special shows and tributes.
“We were excited to welcome such a plethora of great guests who were and still are very much a part of the ‘Beatles scene and story’. Beatles festivals don’t get much bigger than this!”
Blakes Restaurant is getting into the seasonal spirit with its Festive Lunch & Dinner.
The popular Beatles inspired venue, nestled within the award-winning Hard Days Night Hotel, has devised a menu with traditional Christmas dining in mind.
Available between November 21 and December 24, the two and three course variations combine a series of family favourites infused with contemporary flavours, to provide ‘a refreshing taste of yuletide nostalgia’.
General Manager of Hard Days Night Hotel Mike Dewey said: “Whether guests be dining with family, friends or work colleagues, our Festive Lunch & Dinner makes for the perfect celebration during the exciting run up to Christmas.
“The classic winter warmers are the perfect accompaniment for those wanting to sit back and relax after a busy day of Christmas shopping, and also make for a great party starter amongst larger group bookings.”
To begin their festive feast, guests can choose from a range of starters such as Chicken Liver Parfait with Crispbreads; Salt and Pepper Pork with Sweet Chilli Sauce and Goats’ Cheese and Ruby Beetroot Salad. Mains include Traditional Roast Turkey with Pigs in Blankets, Fondant Potato, Cranberry and Sage Stuffing and Seasonal Veg; Pan Fried Salmon marinated in Chilli, Garlic, Lime and Honey served on a Bed of Noodles and Mushroom Wellington served with Roasted Garlic Potato.
Tempting desserts include the all-time festive favourite Christmas pudding with brandy sauce alongside Chocolate and Clementine Cake with Scented Orange Cream; Winter Berry Pavlova and a Cheese Board served with Local Cheeses.
Mike added: “In what felt like a blink of an eye, another year has quickly passed by and the holiday season is once again upon us. In addition to our ever popular Festive Lunch & Dinner, we have got a whole host of festivities lined up such as our exclusive Christmas Day lunch and party night packages.
“Whether guests choose to dine, drink or stay here with us throughout Christmastime, we hope to make their experience as memorable and magical as can be.”
Festive Lunch & Dinner is priced at £26.95pp for two courses and £29.95pp for three courses.
Hard Days Night Hotel is getting set for the festive season with the introduction of its celebratory Christmas offerings.
Ideal for families, friends and work colleagues alike, the award-winning hotel has unveiled a selection of party night packages, festive lunch and dinner and even an exclusive Christmas Day lunch.
Party nights in the hotel’s exclusive events suites comprise Prosecco on arrival, a nostalgic three-course menu, resident DJ and a late night bar. Likewise, the venue’s in-house restaurant Blakes is offering a selection of festive lunches and dinners featuring an array of seasonal favourites between November 21 and December 24.
General Manager of Hard Days Night Hotel Mike Dewey said: “Although the sun is still shining here in Liverpool, we’re looking forward to our favourite time of year at the hotel. Christmas is all about spending quality time with family and friends, and what better way to do so than with merry dining experiences and opulent party packages?
“Whether guests are looking for an intimate experience or a more extravagant celebration, our offerings can be tailored to suit each and every taste. Of course, overnight accommodation is also available at the hotel to make the night last a little longer.”
In addition to the party nights, lunch and dinner, the hotel will also open its doors for a Christmas Day celebration at Blakes Restaurant. The traditional yuletide menu begins with an Amuse Bouche of Chicken Liver & Red Onion Tartlet followed by starter options including Venison Carpaccio, Smoked Salmon with Dill Crème Fraiche and Goat’s Cheese & Beetroot Salad.
A palate cleanser of Mulled Wine Sorbet will then be served ahead of main course selections such as Ballotine of Grain Fed Turkey, Fillet of Lemon Sole and Mushroom Wellington. Those with a sweet tooth can enjoy desserts such as Homemade Christmas Pudding, Chocolate & Mint Fondant and Cheeseboard with Homemade Chutney & Grapes.
Mike added: “For those looking to spend their Christmas Day in style, Blakes Restaurant is offering the perfect setting for festive celebrations in the heart of the city centre. We’re looking forward to celebrating the most wonderful time with both hotel residents the public alike.”
The Festive Party Night package is priced at £52.50pp (Friday & Saturday) and £40.00pp (Sunday to Thursday). Festive Lunch and Dinner is priced at £26.95pp for two courses and £29.95pp for three courses. The Christmas Day menu costs £85pp and £42.50 for children aged between 2-11.
Hard Days Night Hotel has named the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust’s R Charity as its chosen charity of the year.
R Charity, which is currently fundraising on behalf of Merseyside’s largest hospital, aims to raise £10 million towards the redevelopment of the site.
In hopes of aiding the charity, the award-winning Beatles inspired hotel, which was acquired by global travel giant Millennium Hotels & Resorts last summer, will offer its support to the initiative ahead of the new hospital’s opening in 2017.
Senior Vice President Operations for Millennium Hotels & Resorts in Europe, Clive Harrington said: “After meeting with the redevelopment staff at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital, we were instantly impressed by the plans for the upcoming overhaul of the site and its landmark £335 million redevelopment. The team at the hotel are thrilled to assist the work of R Charity ahead of the new hospital's opening; their collective efforts will help aid R Charity to provide comfort and the very best care to patients in the hospital.
“The new hospital will share common ground with hotels in that it will strive to provide each and every in-patient with an individual room with an en-suite bathroom. Upon completion, the site is set to be England’s largest all single-patient room hospital. At present, R Charity is fundraising to fit each room with Freeview TVs in addition to reclining chairs, allowing relatives to stay over with their loved ones.”
R Charity aims to ensure that the redevelopment of the hospital goes beyond even the NHS promise of care by investing in the latest high-technology equipment for diagnosis and treatment, together with offering comforts and conveniences for both patients and families.
The new hospital will be built next to the existing site and will house 646 beds with a 40-bed Critical Care Unit, 18 operating theatres and one of the North West’s largest emergency departments.
Chief Executive of the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust Aidan Kehoe said: “We’re thrilled to receive the support of Hard Days Night Hotel in the run up to the opening of our world-class new Royal in 2017. We’ve made excellent progress so far, and hope that by working alongside the hotel, we can continue to transform the way in which we care for our patients long into the future.”
For more information about R Charity www.rlbuht.nhs.uk/fundraising
Millennium Hotels & Resorts welcomed Sir Peter Blake to Hard Days Night Hotel for Liverpool Biennial’s launch of Dazzle, 2016, a limited edition silkscreen print created by the artist.
More than 70 guests gathered at the artist’s namesake Blakes Restaurant, located in the heart of the award-winning hotel which was acquired by the global travel giant last summer, to witness the unveiling of his limited edition print.
Sir Peter Blake is internationally renowned for his famous works including the design of The Beatles’ iconic Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover in 1967.
Senior Vice President Operations for Millennium Hotels & Resorts in Europe, Clive Harrington said: “We are thrilled to welcome Sir Peter Blake to the hotel, and the restaurant named after him. Sir Peter’s links with The Beatles date back to his Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover design, and so it’s rewarding to combine the hotel’s inimitable Beatles legacy with his current work. We are proud to join forces with Liverpool Biennial to continue supporting the cultural diversity of the city of Liverpool.”
Located on North John Street, Hard Days Night Hotel became Millennium Hotels & Resorts’ 24th property within Europe in August 2015. The ‘Fab Four’-star hotel situated within close proximity to the world famous Cavern Club, where The Beatles performed more than 290 times, boasts 110 guest rooms and is renowned for its impressive interior and originality.
The latest in a series of limited editions by artists who have worked with Liverpool Biennial, Dazzle, 2016 relates to Blake’s 2015 commission, Everybody Razzle Dazzle, for which he transformed the Mersey Ferry Snowdrop into a moving artwork. It features a number of symbols that regularly appear in Blake's art: a star, a target and a rainbow.
Sir Peter Blake said: “It has been fascinating to explore the historic practice of dazzle camouflage painting. This new print references both my early work and my recent dazzle commission, and I am proud to help Liverpool Biennial continue its impressive record of working with artists to create ambitious and challenging new work.”
Sally Tallant, Director of Liverpool Biennial, said: “We are grateful to Sir Peter Blake for creating this incredible print for our Limited Editions series. It has been a great privilege to work with him on the dazzle ferry commission, which has become a much-loved icon for the city.”
Hard Days Night Hotel has added to its ever-expanding trophy cabinet having been crowned ‘Luxury Grand Hotel of the Year’.
Following its acquisition by Millennium Hotels & Resorts in August of last year, the Beatles inspired hotel was selected by the Luxury Travel Guide Awards due to its outstanding reputation, premium amenities and high standards of customer service.
General Manager of Hard Days Night Hotel Mike Dewey said: “We are thrilled to have received this prestigious accolade from the Luxury Travel Guide Awards and built on our global acclaim. It is all the more rewarding as it follows the hotel’s welcome into the Millennium Hotels & Resorts international family.
“The awards certainly represent the pinnacle of hospitality achievement and champion the best in the industry, and it’s great to be commended for our efforts in continuing to heighten guest experiences. Since the hotel became a part of the Millennium Hotels & Resorts brand, we have combined our core ethos to deliver genuine hospitality to a global audience.”
In 2015, the hotel achieved ‘Top Rated’ status in the LateRooms.com ‘Simply The Guest Awards’ and received a TripAdvisor ‘Certificate of Excellence’ for the fourth consecutive year. Following the acquisition by Millennium Hotels & Resorts on August 19 2015, whereby the venue became the hotel group’s 24th property located within the UK and Europe, the ‘Fab Four’-star venue was also named ‘Hotel of the Year’ in the Work Hard, Play Hard Awards.
Mike added: “Liverpool is certainly a destination of choice for worldwide leisure and corporate travellers, and to be recognised as a leading place to stay within the city is fantastic. The hotel itself reflects Liverpool’s famous cultural and historic ties to The Beatles, an element that continues to attract and entice guests from across the globe.
“In line with our partnership between Millennium Hotels & Resorts, we are excited to further our reach and attract more overseas visitors, as a result of our critical acclaim and worldwide recognition.”