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Liverpool’s Beatles-themed Hard Days Night Hotel, is on the market for £11m.

The luxury 110-bed hotel opened in 2008, when Liverpool was the Capital of Culture and has proved popular with fans from all over the world.

Property consultancy CBRE has been tasked with finding a buyer. Director Shaun Skidmore, expects there to be keen interest as this is the only Beatles-inspired hotel in the world and features exclusive Beatles artwork by world-renowned artists, as well as photographs from the early 1960s.

He said: "In bringing the Hard Days Night Hotel to market, we are offering a unique opportunity to acquire not only a culturally significant property, but a hugely successful, luxury hotel with an international client base in the best location within one of the UK’s most popular citiies.”

General manager, Mike Dewey, said: “The hotel was created as a unique blend of high quality hotel facilities with a subtle twist to cleverly portray the incredible story of of The Beatles.”

With four bars and restaurants and conference facilities, the hotel is a popular wedding and conference venue. The flagship restaurant, Blakes, is named after pop artist who created the iconic artwork for the Sargeant Pepper album cover and features wall to wall original artwork. The Live Lounge hosts acoustic musicians at weekends.

Owner, Merseyside entrepreneur, Tony Criss, acquired the building in 2006 and oversaw the transformation into a hotel. He says he is selling it as he believes the time is right and has no plans to run another hotel.

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Liverpool’s Beatles-themed Hard Days Night Hotel, is on the market for £11m.
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