Charming boutique hotel in the centre of town
The Townhouse describes itself as a 'baby grand hotel', an apt moniker for an upmarket establishment with just 40 bedrooms. What was once the Manchester Salford Trustees Bank (built in 1872) has been transformed into one of the city's most charming hotels. The central location, stylish decor and the atmospheric King Street Tavern restaurant – not to mention the little infinity pool in the spa area – together make for an alluring package.
|Venue name:||King Street Townhouse|
10 Booth Street Manchester, Upper King Street Conservation Area
|Price:||£120.00 to £372.00 per night|