A Fabulous Foodie Stay with Store Street Exchange at the DoubleTree by Hilton® Hotel Manchester Piccadilly– Review 

A Fabulous Foodie Stay with Store Street Exchange at the DoubleTree by Hilton® Hotel Manchester Piccadilly– Review

The DoubleTree by Hilton® Hotel Manchester Piccadilly, located in Manchester city centre, is ideal for both business and leisure.

Go from train to room in record time, as the hotel is just a few minute’s walk from Manchester Piccadilly train station.

An exciting, electric and eclectic part of the city where you can even watch Manchester’s iconic yellow trams pass by.

Synonymous with the welcome on arrival, the room was just as warm and wonderful.  A cosy home away from home, with a super snug Sweet Dreams® bed, flat screen TV, Complimentary wifi, mineral water and sky sports channels.

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A Fabulous Festive Foodie Stay, with Peter Street Kitchen, at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester – Review

A Fabulous Festive Foodie Stay, with Peter Street Kitchen, at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester – Review

Celebrate in style this Christmas, with the Radisson Blu Edwardian, at their super 5-star luxury hotel in the heart of Manchester city centre.

Situated inside the historic Free Trade Hall, the hotel is steeped in historic charm and elegance, as one of the city’s most iconic buildings.

The reception area boasts a beautiful crystal chandelier, as its signature centrepiece.  Along with the Christmas tree, sophisticatedly decorated, providing that home away from home feel.

Since the extensive refit, the interiors now have a fantastic and fabulous fresh look.

Clean, contemporary lines with amazing artwork, lighting, planting and subtle subdue shades, creates a relaxed and refreshed vibe.

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Cottonopolis Manchester Northern Quarter Review

Cottonopolis Manchester Northern Quarter Review: January 2018

The Japanese inspired Cottonopolis restaurant is located in a gorgeous grade II listed building in the heart of Manchester’s Northern quarter.  Boasting Manchester’s iconic symbolic Bee, as their logo, which is proudly etched on the buildings windows.

The name Cottonopolis, that means a metropolis focused on cotton trading that serviced the cotton mills, has been inspired by Manchester’s historical past, as the international centre of the cotton trade during the 19th century.  This too is reflected in the choice of bespoke décor which combines traditional with the contemporary while remaining sympathetic to the buildings original features.

Exposed brick work, industrial chain features, cast iron columns, plush tan leather seating & booths, original floorboards, cool copper light fittings which add warmth along with the natural light.  A cool, chic and classy grown up hub to hang out in and the open kitchen created a calm yet buzzing hive of activity.  Owner and architect Nick Muir really has done an outstanding job.

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