"We all live in a yellow submarine," sang The Beatles. And, while that might not be entirely accurate, fans of the Fab Four can now at least spend the night in one.
The 80-foot hotel, housed in a narrowboat, is the work of businessman Alfie Bubbles, and was opened Sunday, according to Click Liverpool. Bubbles, who is apparently not a Beatles fan, purchased the boat from Paramount, which used it in the film "The Hunt For Red October."
The submarine, which accommodates eight, features a a psychedelic lounge with an original scooter from the film Quadrophenia. It's also outfitted with 3D TVs and wireless internet.
Rates for the hotel are £149 ($230) per night Monday through Thursday, £299 ($462) on Friday and £350 ($541) on Saturday.
Bubbles hopes to tackle "Titanic" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" themes next.
Beatles fans can also take a trip to the band's former Ashram in India.
Plus, there's another boat turned hotel to check into in England, just in time for the Olympics.
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