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Liverpool opens Beatles hotel

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The main icon of the city is being the center of the cultural events of this year and the main engine for the attempt of recovery that this English city is making less.

This 4-star hotel has been set up in a 19th-century building, has 110 rooms and their prices - a bit expensive even for a 4-star hotel - range from 230 Euros to 900 which costs to sleep in the suites John Lennon or Paul MCCARTNEY.

The objective of their owners is that not only the band's fans are housed but an attempt has been made to maintain a balance. On the one hand, offer everything a Beatles fan could wish for, including the Yellow Submarine jukebox at reception and the group's photos that decorate rooms and hallways. On the other, it is intended to provide a high standard of comfort and modernity that is demonstrated by the opening of its modernist European restaurant specializing in organic food.

It seems that those Beatles fans who want to have a luxury in their hometown have already found a place to spend the night.

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