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Hard Days Night
41 North John Street L2 6RR Liverpool United Kingdom
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Description Hard Days Night
The 4 star Hard Days Night Hotel has, as its name suggests, a Beatles theme. Even its location in a grade 2 listed building round the corner from the Cavern Club reflects its inspiration, and photos of the Group adorn the walls. Although in a 19th century building, the hotel, opened in 2008, is modern in style.
The 110 rooms are luxury or deluxe and have en-suite facilities with a monsoon shower, air-conditioning, fridge, safe, desk, free wifi, LCD TV, remote controlled lighting and curtains and tea and coffee equipment. Some of the deluxe rooms have balconies with a view over the city. In addition there are two individually designed suites, the Lennon and the McCartney. The hotel is non-smoking throughout. A paying car park is a few minutes walk.
Blakes Restaurant offers à la carte dining. For drinks there is the wood-panelled Bar Four (smart dress) or the more casual Lounge & Bar which also serves snacks. Room service is open 24 hours. Meetings and social functions for up to 150 guests can be catered for in a range of rooms which have their own bar, Hari’s Bar.
Centrally located, the hotel is within walking distance of the city’s attractions and shops.
Llandudno Pier was opened in 1878 and designed by Charles Henry Driver and James Brunlees. The pier is 695 metres long and summertimes it is possible to take a boat to the Isle of Man from here.
On the pier you can find several children's rides, amusement halls, cafes, snack bars, licensed bars and seating areas.
The pier is flanked by the Great Orme to the west and the Little Orme to the east and overlooks the Parade and Llandudno Beach.
The Alice in Wonderland Centre
Enter Alice's Wonderland through the rabbit hole and experience her adventures through audio-visual displays of the various scenes out of Lewis Carroll's children's book.
The story will be told over headsets, recordings are available in English, French, Japanese, Dutch and Russian, transcripts in German,Italian, Hebrew and Welsh.
Alice Liddell, the little girl who inspired the writer to the story, used to live in Llandudno with her family.
There is a gift shop on the premisses and the centre is fully accessible for wheelchair user.
Daily from 10.00 am -5pm from Easter to the End of October
Mon to Sat from November to Easter
Great Orme Tramway
The Tramway first opened in 1902 and is the last cable pulled tram on public roads in Britain. Restored to it's former glory, the tramway takes passengers to the summit of Great Orme. Further information is available at the website on the history of the Tramway and how the cable system works to move the Tram.
Trams run every 20 minutes from 10am - 6pm daily, but closes at 5pm during March and October. Tariffs are £5.20 for adults with concessions for children and groups.
The Arndale Shopping Centre is located right in the heart of Manchester city centre and is two floors high with an array of shops to choose from. There are multiple entrances into the complex and you can also enter through many of the stores that are located on the main shopping street.
The Arndale has its own NCP car park which is a pay and display car park and visitors can come out of the car park and straight into the Arndale. The Arndale Centre also features a traditional market area.
The Arndale houses over 200 different stores and has a wide variety of food restaurants including Starbucks and Nando's. During the year they host a lot of events and the Virgin Megastore that was opened by Richard Branson even has a stage for live performances.
Visitors can buy gift cards for the Arndale which can be used in any of the stores here and these can be bought at the customer service desk or you can purchase these online.
Standard opening hours are:
Monday to Saturday - from 9am until 8pm
Sunday - from 11am until 5pm
The Merseyway Shopping Centre
The Merseyway Shopping Centre in Stockport consists of a variety of different shops, department stores and a range of eateries. The shopping centre has a range of shops including well known stores.
It is open daily and the hours are as follows:
Monday to Saturday - from 9am until 5.30pm
Sunday - from 10am until 4pm
There is a pay and display public car park located just behind the shopping centre and local transport also runs adjacent to the main shopping area.
The Merseyway Shopping Centre also hosts events throughout the year and has many activities going on throughout the summer for children in the main square.
Opus nightclub is housed inside the Printworks building in Manchester city centre.
Due to it's prime location, it is easily accesible for a lot of visitors by train from Victoria station which is just around the corner.
Opus has a range of club nights to suit all tastes and they can also arrange private events for special occasions or business events.
You can get yourself on the guestlist by going online and can also sign up for membership which will give you access to special invites and be frst to find out new information on the club.