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Great stay at the Gotham. Hotel is amazing & location is ace. I would say the staff need to be a little more attentive, more so in the bar area & certainly in the restaurant. Waited at least 15 mins for coffee & further 15 mins before anyone took our breakfast order. Concierge & check in guys were ...
Was really impressed with the size of the room and how well decorated it was. Very spacious and staff were very hospitable.. also popped into the velvet bar and restaurant food was amazing.. over all lovely stay will be back again for sure
Was woken up at 4:45am by the staff in the function room above my room dragging tables across the floor. Thought that this would stop but it continued with them adding the banging of chairs. Called Reception and a few minutes later it stopped., When you pay a lot of money for a room to stay in you ...
Great location for trains and city centre Stylish feel and good bar and dining area Would certainly stay again
Lovely room. Great facilities. Relaxed, chic decor.
Enjoyed stay. Close to city centre and handy location for what I had planned
Friends get together which went very well. Located very near to the rail station it was very convenient for all. The hotel had a friendly bar.
For those bored of the chain hotel experience, boutique hotels in Manchester offer something a little different. With individually decorated rooms and luxurious amenities, the city's boutique hotels are located in trendy areas such as Canal Street or leafy suburbs like Didsbury Park. Ideal for couples on a romantic weekend away, business guests or families with older children, boutique hotels are fast becoming a popular choice for those visiting Manchester.
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After complimentary breakfast at your hotel, why not head out to explore some of the city's culture? Stroll around the Central Art Gallery or the Gallery of Costume, housed in an Early Georgian building, or experience life as a police officer in Victorian times at the Greater Manchester Police Museum. You might want to find out about Manchester's industrial heritage with a day trip to the Bolton Museum, Aquarium and Archive, where you can learn more about the impact of the textile industry. Then it's time to relax with afternoon tea at one of Manchester's many cafes - Cloud 23 Bar on the 23rd floor of the Hilton is a popular choice, with panoramic views over the city, or for a more homely feel, there's Annies on Old Bank Street.
Boutique hotels in the city are one of the best ways to enjoy a luxurious break. With a range of excellent amenities to cater for all needs, you can relax with room service after a day of sight-seeing or meetings, unwind with a drink from the mini-bar or even keep the kids entertained with satellite TVs and DVD players in your room.