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Hard Days Night Hotel, Liverpool appoints Stephen Fearnley as General Manager

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In his new role as General Manager at Hard Days Night Hotel, Fearnley will be utilising his extensive F&B experience to position the hotel’s F&B outlets, Blakes Restaurant and Bar Four.

Millennium Hotels and Resorts hotel, Hard Days Night Hotel Liverpool announced the appointment of Stephen Fearnley as General Manager. Fearnley joins Hard Days Night with over 30 years of hospitality experience, most recently working with Hand Picked Hotels where he spearheaded the attainment of Red Star AA recognition in several properties and led Rookery Hall Spa & Hotel to victory in the Nantwich Food Festival Awards; winning Hotel Restaurant of the Year.

In his new role as General Manager at Hard Days Night Hotel, Fearnley will be utilising his extensive F&B experience to position the hotel’s F&B outlets, Blakes Restaurant and Bar Four, as prime food and drink destinations in the local area through a focus on quality and innovation. Furthermore, this focus will position the hotel as the venue of choice for those seeking unique events and weddings.

In addition to this, Fearnley will be focusing on driving unparalleled guest experiences at the hotel through consistent team training and engagement as well as working with the key Beatles Industry Group partners, Cavern Club and The Beatles Story to align with The Beatles legacy and leverage the hotel’s hero brand on a global level.

To date, Fearnley has already been instrumental in driving guest experiences at the hotel which led to Hard Days Night Hotel being awarded ‘Best Hotel in the UK’ in the Travel Republic Awards 2017. The admired accolade was obtained through countless travellers’ reviews that praised the hotel’s amenities and persistence in delivering a first-class customer service ethos. Furthermore, following numerous meetings with City of Liverpool and The Beatle Industry Group, Hard Days Night Hotel has continued to strengthen its relationship with key Beatles Industry Group partners and has adopted the Salvation Army as the hotel charity for the next two years in support of the Strawberry Fields renovation project.

Commenting on his recent appointment, Stephen Fearnley said: “I am thrilled to be a part of the team at Hard Days Night Hotel, especially at a time when tourism in the city of Liverpool is thriving. We’re especially excited to be a part of the Sgt Pepper 50th anniversary celebrations this month and look forward to working closely with the City of Liverpool and the Beatles Industry Group going forward.”

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