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Manchester’s most spectacular hotel.

Set in one of the city’s grandest, listed buildings, Hotel Gotham opened in 2015. The Art Deco building, designed by Edwin Lutyens and referenced in Pevsner’s Architectural Guide, has always been known as the ‘King of King Street’. The 5-star Hotel Gotham is rapidly acquiring a similar reputation. There are 55 bedrooms and five Inner Sanctum suites at Hotel Gotham

The Guardian called it ‘glitzy, ambitious and unapologetically opulent’. The Financial Times celebrated the ‘60 lavishly decorated bedrooms’, while The Times praised its ‘striking look’ and Time Out declared that ‘Hotel Gotham could well return the building to its former status as king’. And the judges at the Independent Hotel Show Awards all nodded appreciatively, before crowning it Outstanding New Hotel.


Honey – the restaurant on the 6th floor of Hotel Gotham serves expertly-prepared British cuisine

Club Brass. A VIP speakeasy and members club on the 7th floor with wondrous views of the city

Dynamic Manchester is always evolving

Manchester is one of the UK’s liveliest cities with shopping, night clubs, music venues, bars, restaurants and museums, not to mention two premiership football clubs. King Street itself is the city’s designer shopping zone with boutiques such as Hermès, Whistles, Emporio Armani, Agent Provocateur, Mulberry, Thomas Pink, Reiss and Crombie.

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