07/12/2012 10:41 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

The Beatles' 'Yellow Submarine' Becomes A Quirky Liverpool Hotel

Mercury Press & Media Ltd

"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.

A floating hotel, painted to look like the band's famous yellow submarine, has set up shop at Liverpool, England's Albert Dock, reports the Daily Mail.

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.

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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.

For other unique hotel experiences, check out these unexpectedly quirky bed and breakfasts, or these airplane hotels around the world.

Plus, there's another boat turned hotel to check into in England, just in time for the Olympics.