The iconic Beatles inspired hotel, located on North John Street in the heart of the city’s iconic Cavern quarter, will set race-goers up for the day with a celebratory morning feast.
Served in the venue’s Lounge and Bar on Friday, April 8 and Saturday, April 9, the breakfast will consist of a hearty Full English accompanied by a glass of fizz.
General Manager of Hard Days Night Hotel Mike Dewey said “Every year the people of Liverpool love nothing more than to count down to the city’s most prominent sporting event on the social calendar. With that in mind we wanted to introduce a Champagne Breakfast offering that would help kick start the merriments and get the day off to a winning start.
“Whether guests are eager to catch up with their friends or are looking for somewhere to meet and giddy themselves up before the day’s proceedings, our breakfasts available on Ladies’ Day and the Grand National will seamlessly cater to both.”
With its cosmopolitan atmosphere and stunning artwork, the Lounge and Bar at Hard Days Night Hotel is the ultimate location for guests to meet, eat and raise a glass ahead of a fun filled day at Aintree Races.
Mike added: “As a result of the hotel’s accessible central location and close proximity to Moorfields Train Station, we will provide the perfect pre-races pit-stop for both small and large parties to enable them to start their day in true Liverpool style.”
The Grand National Champagne Breakfast will be served on Friday, April 8 and Saturday, April 9 between 11am-1pm and is priced at £19.95 per person. A £10 per person non-refundable deposit is required upon booking.
For more information about Hard Days Night Hotel visit www.harddaysnighthotel.com
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