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For decades, Manchester has been a trend-setter. In the 1980s and 1990s, it was at the vanguard of an industrial and later a musical upheaval. Manchester is today renowned as a commercial and soccer powerhouse, with the city divided along with red (Manchester United) and blue (Manchester City) lines. The dockyards and medieval warehouses have been renovated, and it’s become one of the UK’s most popular weekend getaway destinations, with a booming shopping, partying, and fine eating scene. So, to help you recuperate from all that adrenaline, we’ve put together a list of ten of the trendiest Manchester hotels to guarantee your vacation is stylish from start to finish.
Although this former Edward Lutyens-designed Art Deco bank was built in 1928, it was transformed into the Hotel Gotham in 2015. The apartments are uniquely furnished and feature elaborate monochrome touches. You can get vistas of the Manchester skyline if you rent one of the five inner sanctum suites.
The stylish Honey restaurant on the 6th floor can accommodate you from breakfast to late evening – our recommendation? Make a reservation near one of the Batman-themed windows. Cats will love the magnificent Club Brass Roof Terrace, and that is only open to members and hotel guests, making it irresistibly exclusive.
This hotel, positioned on the first 22 stories of the 168-meter-tall Beetham Tower, Manchester’s tallest skyscraper, is the epitome of cool. On a bright day, you can see across the Pennines or the Moors, and if you’re fortunate, across ten counties, from this city centre site. Take the rapid lift to the 23rd level, where you can visit Cloud 23, one of Manchester’s most renowned cocktail bars, and sip a specialty cocktail as the sun goes down.
Podium, the hotel’s bar and restaurant, also provides excellent drinking and dining alternatives. The 20-meter pool is spectacular, with underwater viewing screens, and you can even relax in their lavish spa.
This hotel has evolved from a Victorian schoolhouse into a luxury townhouse with extravagant embellishments. Check out the spectacular pewter bar and soft sofas at the vintage-styled Oyster Bar, which is a terrific location to catch up with friends. If your schedule permits, you can also start the day in the Kitchen & Mezzanine, which overlooks the bar and serves a delectable breakfast. If you stay the night, you’ll get exclusive access to the Rooftop Playground, which features a member’s area with sun loungers and a hot tub in the summer and year-round south facing views of the city.
If you wish to take a look around, the bar area (as well as the Rooftop Lounge) is open to the public. Offsite meetings can be held in former classrooms and even the old headmaster’s office, which now has a detention.
According to a sign in the Midland’s entryway, it was here that Mr. Rolls met Mr. Royce and established the famed car firm. The Beckhams and George Best, as well as several prime ministers, have stayed at this hotel, which was built in the Edwardian baroque style at the peak of the railway revolution.
While it has undergone extensive renovations, the original structure’s ornateness and elegance have only been improved. The French by Simon Rogan is a Michelin-starred restaurant with a Michelin-starred chef. Make sure you’re dressed to impress, as The Beatles were allegedly denied admittance to the restaurant in the 1960s because they were “inappropriately dressed”. Mr Cooper’s House and Garden, which includes a superb cocktail bar, is also on site. The Midland is located at 16 Peter Street in Manchester, M60 2DS.
Few hotels in the world boast a rooftop mini-astroturf pitch, but it’s all about the football here. The self-styled “hotel of dreams” was opened in 2015 by a group of sportsmen, notably Manchester United stars Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville. You don’t have to hurry your pre-match warm-up if you’re going to a home game because Old Trafford is only a pitch length away.
You may even skip the half-time pie by dining at the hotel’s Cafe Football, where you can order “El Clasico” pizza or check out the “Catch of the Day.” Each room is decorated with a football motif, and you may relax after a game with the Class of 92 toiletries offered.
In 2004, this historic monument was renovated into a 5-star hotel with 263 rooms where you may stay and aspire to be a rock star. When this iconic hotel was a concert and theatre venue, the list of musical legends who came on stage reads like a who’s who. Signature suites are now named after artists like Bob Dylan and Shirley Bassey, and autographs from performers like The Sex Pistols and Judy Garland can be found on the walls to remember the singing connection.
The Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester’s Opus Bar Under the arched ceilings, they offer a dedicated champagne bar, the Opus Reserve, where you can buy fizz by the glass or magnum. Alternatively, for even more extravagance, visit their Steak and Lobster restaurant, where you may select between turf and surf.
It’s hard to think this exquisite 180-room hotel used to be a Victorian warehouse, but Manchester’s industrial heritage has been erased, leaving only a fully contemporary experience. If you’re a Manchester City fan, reserve a room in the “True Blue” suite, which is decked with paintings of the team’s players. The “Moulin Rouge” super suite, with its plunge soaking tub in the centre of its luxurious lounge and four-poster bed, is hard to top for the genuinely extravagant. Chez Mal at Malmaison offers an incredible atmosphere serving food from their artisan indoor charcoal barbecue . On Fridays, from 5 to 8 p.m., you may enjoy happy hour, which includes discounted champagne, cocktails, and signature beverages
This hotel, named after Manchester’s most famous cartoonist, L.S.Lowry, and constructed in 2001 on the premises of a comic printing studio (The Beano and The Dandy), offers five-star luxury with a twist. Several of the rooms boast floor-to-ceiling vistas of the Salford skyline, and the hotel’s location on the Irwell River makes it a fantastic place to see where Manchester and Salford collide.
You can unwind at The Lowry Spa before getting your hair cut or getting a manicure in preparation for a night out. Grab a drink at The River Bar & Grill, and if the weather permits, take in the scenery from Manchester’s longest open-air bar patio. This hotel is a fit for anyone. It’s a popular hangout for football stars prepping for a game in Manchester or arriving to sign a new deal.
This enormous hotel, hidden behind the red-brick of a defunct insurance office, makes the most of its intriguing interiors. If you’re looking for great
dining in an Art Deco setting, the Tempus Restaurant and Bar is a Downton Abbey-style dining experience. They have 275 rooms in the centre of Manchester, all furnished in a modern style for comfort.
If you stay on one of the upper floors, you may be the only person in the city who can view both the Etihad Stadium and Old Trafford. Even if you aren’t in town for the game, its location in the trendy Northern Quarter and Gay Village makes it a popular nightlife destination. If you enjoy people who watch, they have a fantastic restaurant and bar with a beautiful sight of Manchester Piccadilly. You’re also directly on top of Piccadilly Gardens, the city’s largest open area, which was transformed in 2002 with the installation of water features and other landscape elements. There are plenty of events, festivities, and dining and beverage options here.