Byline: Andy Kelly
A SK any stranger to name two things they know about Liverpool and it's fair to say The Beatles and the city's maritime heritage are likely to figure highly among responses.
It's appropriate, then, that the city's first two themed hotels will reflect those same two characteristics.
While work continues apace on A Hard Day's Night, the longawaited Fab Four hotel, on North John Street, a hotel dedicated to the city's sea-going tradition is already successfully up and running.
The Liner hotel, on Lord Nelson Street, aims to recreate for its guests the feel of an oceangoing liner, transporting guests back to a "Golden Age" of travel.
You won't find rooms here, only 152 cabins. You won't find floors, only decks. One end of the large Britannic ballroom features a balcony designed as the replica of the bow of an ocean liner while port holes substitute for windows.
It's all …