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OVERVIEW

In a grand Art Deco building known as the "King of King Street", this five-star hotel is a lavish destination for a romantic city break. Rooms are glamorous with tactile fabrics and marble bathrooms, while the glitzy private members' club has tempting cocktails and fantastic views from outdoor terraces.


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THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Just a couple of minutes' walk away from St Peter's Square Metrolink station and a ten-minute walk from Piccadilly railway station, Hotel Gotham has an excellent, central location. The splendid buildings surrounding the hotel are home to restaurants, high-end shops and bars, while the Royal Exchange Theatre is just around the corner. Kala, also on King Street, offers relaxed bistro dishes, while El Gato Negro serves high-quality tapas. Nearby Sam's Chop House is an atmospheric Victorian boozer.

By car: around 1 hour 20 mins from Leeds, 2 hours from Birmingham and 4 hours 30 mins from London. There is private parking available at £35 per day.

By train: There are regular trains to Manchester Piccadilly from Birmingham New Street (1 hour 30 minutes) and London Euston (2 hours 10 minutes). Book trains to Manchester.

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THE LOOK AND FEEL

Geometric patterns and black and white 1920s-style pictures complement the original features of the Art Deco building, while lashings of gold - including a gold-tiled private members' club - show that the hotel is glitzy and proudly so. There are fun, theatrical touches too, such as a statue of a butler in reception and a hotel newspaper featuring its "cast".

THE FACILITIES

From the bellboys who meet you at the door to managers who wear pin-stripe suits with pink braces, the staff are friendly and eager for you to have fun and spoil yourself. There's no gym or spa, this is a hotel to unwind and indulge yourself in.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Private parking (£35 per day)
  • Free Wi-Fi

BED AND BATH

Monochrome bedrooms have chevron patterned carpets, black studded leather headboards and pops of colour from velvet furniture. Thoughtful extras include homemade biscuits and a mobile phone to use for the duration of your stay. Marble bathrooms have monsoon showers as standard.

Room types: Club Room, Executive Room, Directors Room, Gotham Suite, Bank Manager's Suite, Inner Sanctum Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom, Egyptian cotton bed linen, waffle robes, coffee-making facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi

FOOD AND DRINK

Honey restaurant on the sixth floor offers a small menu of classic dishes with some interesting accompaniments, such as pan-fried monkfish with chickpea, aubergine, red pepper and pickled shallots. The accompanying wine menu is vast. Club Brass on the seventh floor is worth a visit for a pre or post-dinner cocktail.

Honey Resaturant: 2 AA Rosettes. Formal fine dining, modern British cuisine. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mains from £18.

Club Brass: private members' club, views of the city skyline. Cocktails from £12.

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