One if the most famous landmarks in Manchester. This 6-storey hotel comprises a total of 312 rooms of which 7 are suites. Built in 1903 steeped in history, most notably for the meeting between Charles Stewart Rolls and Fredrick Henry Royce leading to the creation of Rolls Royce Limited. Benefitting from a restoration programme to return the hotel to the grand building it once was, whilst bringing it up to date with the needs of the discerning well travelled guest. Guests have unlimited Internet access in their rooms and public areas of the hotel.
Located at the heart of the city of Manchester, this hotel lies just a short distance from the G-Mex and Manchester International Convention Centre as well as from Bridgewater Hall, home to the famous Hallé Orchestra. China Town with its typical Asian flair is a few minutes walk away and a diverse selection of exclusive boutiques and shops are to be found in the near vicinity. The wonderful rolling countryside of Cheshire and Lancashire is within easy reach.
The comfortable 312 bedrooms have been designed by award winning designers and furnished to the highest standard to create a luxurious feel with a soft contemporary style. Each come with air conditioning flat screen televisions, Wireless high speed Internet access, hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, a minibar/ fridge and a hire safe, tea and coffee making facilities and in-house movies.
Guests may relax in the sauna, make use of the indoor pool that additionally features a terrace to relax on or alternatively pay a visit to the well-equipped in-house gym.
Full English breakfast served in the colony Restaurant. The French is considered one of the most prestigious restaurants in Manchester with 2 AA rosettes. The elegant antique environment is a luxurious place to dine. The large and Welcoming Octagon Lounge is an ideal place to meet for drinks, light snacks or afternoon tea with friends. The newly created Wyvern bar overlooking St Peters Square is ideal for pre and post dinner drinks.
By Car: From the south - From the M6 Junction 19 join the M56. Follow signs for the city centre (A5103).Then follow signs for the Manchester Central Convention Complex/Bridgewater Hall onto Medlock Street. Go through the lights onto Lower Mosley Street. Pass Bridgewater Hall on your right and the hotel is facing you. From the north From the M6, join the M61 at Preston. Follow signs for M60 south and west towards theTrafford Centre. Follow signs for the city centre and Manchester Central Convention Complex (A57). Turn left into Water Street and left onto the A56 Deansgate. Turn right onto Peter Street and the hotel is 300 m on the right hand side.
Check in 3.00 pm.
Direct dial telephone
Satellite cable TV
Iron and board