The bustling city of Manchester has no shortage of luxury retreats for discerning travellers seeking some R&R. From opulent hotel rooms to serene spas offering rejuvenating treatments, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Why not complete your visit with first-class train tickets for the ultimate luxury getaway?

The Edwardian

A Radisson Collection Hotel, The Edwardian Manchester won the ‘Leading Hotel of the Year’ award in 2019 following a multi-million-pound redesign. Set in the heart of the city centre in a Grade-II-listed Free Trade Hall, the hotel is perfect for a short break whether you’re in Manchester for business or pleasure – or a little of both!


Rooms and suites at The Edwardian Manchester range from 28 to a whopping 98 square metres but no matter which you opt for, you’re sure to have a good night’s sleep as all bedrooms feature handcrafted mattresses and Egyptian cotton bedding.


The Edwardian boasts an award-winning restaurant, Peter Street Kitchen that serves Japanese and Mexican food, wine and cocktails. Or for something a little more intimate, The Library Champagne Bar serves afternoon tea surrounded by beautiful books. The Edwardian is also a spa hotel with an entire floor dedicated to self-care, including a gym, pool, sauna and spa.

Dakota Manchester

The Dakota Hotel is located just a few minutes walk from Manchester Piccadilly Station and in easy reach of the vibrant Northern Quarter.


This modern hotel boasts the largest hotel suite in Manchester – their 8th-floor two-bedroomed Grand Deluxe Suite. Dakota Manchester also has a heated terrace with fully retractable roof so you can enjoy the atmosphere and views no matter what the Manchester weather is up to!


The Dakota Grill offers a fine dining experience that showcases seasonal produce and private dining for those important business dinners or special occasions. The bar uses only premium spirits in its extensive cocktail menu, and also has an impressive wine list and even a cigar list!

Hotel Gotham

Hotel Gotham is an Art Deco-style boutique hotel located on King Street in Manchester city centre’s central conservation area. The hotel is within walking distance of St Peter’s Square and all that the city has to offer, including shopping, nightlife and culture, with the Manchester Art Gallery practically on the doorstep.


Hotel Gotham is housed in one of Manchester’s many magnificent listed buildings, a former bank designed by Edwin Lutyens in 1928. The Art Deco influence is evident in the hotel’s interior too, from the plush Cosy Club rooms to the spacious Bank Manager’s Suites complete with roll top bath in the bedroom.


Hotel Gotham also has a lively program of events, from Mother’s Day specials to themed dining and live music. The two AA-Rosette-awarded Honey Restaurant offers a pre-theatre menu, a tasting menu and a full à la carte menu. Gotham’s Club Brass is a prohibition-style speakeasy open to members and hotel guests only while GILT is their exclusive, underground event space available for hire.

The Midland

Opened in 1903 and built to serve rail travellers from London, The Midland is a Manchester icon. The Grade-II-listed four-star hotel is in easy reach of both Manchester Piccadilly and Oxford Road stations and is a multiple award-winner.


The Midland has 312 rooms and suites, as well as event spaces, and the Rena Spa. It also offers several options for dining and drinks, including its Mount Street Dining Room and Bar, The Midland Lounge and The Midland Tearoom. Guests can also experience fine dining under Adam Reid at The French, named one of the top restaurants in the UK.



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