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Most expensive hotels in Manchester

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There is nothing like the luxury of checking in to a great hotel and as we know from life experience, you get what you pay for. So the most expensive hotels in Manchester may come with a price tag, but they do offer that quality of customer experience that accounts for the cost. They are a different experience altogether. Visitors coming to Manchester are certainly spoilt for choice if they are looking for the opulent, the 5* experience that delivers on the facilities and the ambience that they prefer. In the past few years, the number of top hotels in Manchester in this bracket has grown considerably, in fact it could be classified as a boom. With two 5* hotels in Manchester and one just across the river in Salford, the style of hotel can be taken into account,along with its constituent ratings, to meet client preference. Customer reviews of course add to the insight of what these excellent Manchester escorts hotels offer.

The Lowry

For the ultimate in style and elegance, The Lowry offers the Presidential Suite, which comes with baby grand piano. This splendid hotel has a wealth of riverside suiteswhich have welcomed the rich and the famous since 2001. Starting at £140 per night, the Presidential Suite comes in at £2000 a night, but prices at The Lowry start at as little as £139. This is the hotel that takes advantage of its riverside setting with vast, floor to ceiling windows and a sense of urban chic! Designated as the official hotel of Manchester United, fashionable and award winning this is one of the best places to be seen in Manchester, or for people watching the celebs.

Hotel Gotham

Bringing an altogether different vibe, the Hotel Gotham oozes decadence with its richly appointed Art Deco style. Since it opened at the top of King Street, it has attracted guests who hail it as the most stylish place in Manchester. The private members bar - Club Brass – is located on the roof level, which also boasts a roof terrace open to other guests who may like to take in the Manchester skyline after dining at the Honey Restaurant on the 6th floor. Room packages start at £199 and suites are available from £650 to £1400. Expressed as a sensory experience, it is decked out in brass and leather, succulent linen and marble bathrooms, no wonder it has recently been awarded the “Most Stylish Independent Hotel” by the Hilden Style Awards.

The Edwardian Manchester

Located in the former historic Free Trade Hall building this is plush in the finest sense of the word. Formerly known as the Radisson Blu Edwardian, its presence on Peter Street since 2006 has attracted high profile guests. The on-trend Peter Street Kitchen is now open since this part of the hotel was refurbished and the restaurant relaunched. Rooms start at a reasonably modest £120 a night, but if you prefer the PenthouseSuite, this sumptuous apartment is available at £1000 per night and offers a balcony with stunning views across the city.  As an award winner it boasted the Winner of the Leading Hotel of the Year 2019 award and maintains its excellent standards.

With luxury hotels of this quality, boutique hotels, and budget hotels, Manchester is the city that caters for everyone, regardless of their budget and at the top end of the scale matches 5* hotels worldwide.