Manchester’s Stock Exchange Hotel and Bull & Bear restaurant are set to fully re-open their doors on May 17th and they can’t wait to welcome back guests.

Jacqui Griffiths, General Manager and her team, have been preparing the venue for the return of guests, paying every attention to detail in order to help keep everyone safe.

The venue has been fully sanitised and daily sanitisation will take place throughout moving forward.

Bull & Bear will return with services for breakfast, Lunch and dinner. The Traders’ Lounge will be opening serving light bites all day.

There is some availability for walk-ins – although weekends are already heavily booked.

The drinking and dining indoor areas will require guests to adhere to the ‘rule of six’ or ‘two households’. All guests will be required to provide details to meet track and trace requirements for all areas of the hotel, bar and restaurants.

The hotel will be re-open for leisure stays from 17th May in line with the government guidelines. Check-in for hotel guests will be from 3pm and will allow time for full sanitation of the rooms.

Larger events are set to be permitted from 21st June.

Jacqui Griffiths, Stock Exchange Hotel comments, “We are obviously hugely excited to be re-opening in less than seven days and it looks like our guests can’t wait too. Bull & Bear has been nearly 95% booked for weeks now, following the announcement regarding the 17th May.

We have larger events booked in every day the w/c 21st June – people are raring to go. We have the hotel’s first wedding booked in for the weekend of the 25th/26th June. Christmas enquiry bookings are also coming in thick and fast for parties.

Our first planned events include drinking and dining packages for The Euros in The Vault – which are already proving popular. We can’t wait to get going and we want our guests to be reassured we are going beyond when it comes to keeping them safe.”

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