The five-star boutique hotel, located at 100 King Street in the central conservation area it is housed in one of the city’s grandest, listed buildings - a former premises of Midland Bank. The art deco building was designed by Edwin Lutyens in 1928 and fully opened as a bank in 1935.
The hotel boasts 60 showstopping bedrooms over seven floors - 55 bedrooms and five Inner Sanctum Suites. The suites are each named after an iconic Manchester figure and feature a huge wonder wall screen, signature emperor-sized feather-bed, vintage suitcases, buckled belts and hat boxes that will transport guests back to the golden age of travel.
Every experience is the ultimate in luxury and decadence at Hotel Gotham. An exclusive private members bar Club Brass on the 7th floor is styled as a prohibition-style speakeasy. There is a tempting bar menu and cocktails such as The King of King Street, Bellboy Barry’s Bramble and Lady Crumpsall’s Champagne Cocktail available.
A dining experience in the two AA Rosette Honey Restaurant provides the perfect setting for a sumptuous feast with breathtaking views.
Guest can also immerse themselves in the charm of the speakeasy GILT Club, an underground function and event space found deep inside the former vaults. The club, which is reminiscent of the famous Parisien 1920s and 1930s cabaret clubs will transport guests to a bygone era coupled with some of the best entertainment in town.
And don’t forget the beauty concierge offering five-star beauty services. It calls on a network of over 600 professionally vetted, experienced beauty providers, which can be booked at the hotel.
The hotel hit the national headlines in 2010 when it was alleged that safe deposit boxes containing jewellery and gold, as well as master tapes of recording session from Joy Division and New Order were found on site.