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Hotel Gotham, Manchester
Expect luxury and bling in this five-star hotel in a striking Art Deco building. Tactile fabrics, a swanky private members' club and staff dressed in character are there to make you feel special.
Rooms available from £152 per night
Explore the streets surrounding the hotel and you'll find plenty of restaurants, high-end shops and bars. The Royal Exchange Theatre is just around the corner. Victoria pub, Sam's Chop House, is well worth visiting for the atmosphere.
You're in a good central location with decent transport links nearby, including St Peter's Square Metrolink station and Manchester Piccadilly station.
By car: around 2 hours from Nottingham and over 4 hours from London. Paid parking available nearby.
By train: London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly takes around 2 hours, after which, it's a five-minute taxi (or 15-minute walk) to the hotel. Book trains to Manchester.
CHARACTER & STYLE
This is an Art Deco building, inside and out. Original features have been retained and are complemented by geometric patterns and 1920s black and white pictures. There is the feel of glitz and glamour, with lashings of gold and even a gold-tiled private members' club. The hotel also has fun, theatrical touches.
Staff are friendly and eager to ensure you have a fantastic stay - from the bellboys who greet you at the door, to the managers who are smartly dressed in pin-stripe suits with pink braces. While there's no spa or gym, you'll easily unwind and indulge here.
- Free Wi-Fi
Rooms and suites are monochrome, with chevron patterned carpets and black studded leather headboards. Marble bathrooms have monsoon showers. We loved the thoughtful extras, such as homemade biscuits and a mobile phone to use for the duration of your stay.
Room types: Cosy Club, Club, Executive, Directors, Gotham Suite, Lutyens Suite, Bank Manager's Suite, Inner Sanctum Suite
Key amenities: ensuite bathroom, bathrobes, Nespresso machine, TV, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
Guests can enjoy drinks at Club Brass, the private members' club on the seventh floor. Then head to Honey restaurant for fine dining dishes and a vast wine list. Request a table by one of the arched windows in Honey to peer out over the city rooftops.
Honey Restaurant: 2 AA Rosette, formal fine dining, modern British cuisine. Open daily for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
Club Brass: private members' club, views of the city skyline. Cocktails from £12.