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Manchester's historic Free Trade Hall is now home to the five-star The Edwardian Manchester. With a spa, gym and restaurant serving an interesting combination of Japanese and Mexican small plates, there's plenty to keep you in the hotel. But its central location means Manchester Central Convention Centre and buzzing bars and restaurants are on its doorstep.

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On Peter Street in the city centre, the hotel is just off busy Deansgate and a five-minute walk from the Spinningfields area, which is home to upmarket restaurants such as The Ivy. Walk to St Peter's Square to admire the Grade-II listed Central Library and a bronze sculpture of Emmeline Pankhurst, then head to Rudy's Neapolitan Pizza.

By car: around 2 hours from Nottingham and 4 hours and 30 mins from London. There is public parking nearby, charges apply.

By train: From Nottingham, the train to Manchester Oxford Road takes aound 2 hours. From London Euston, the train to Manchester Piccadilly takes around 2 hours. The hotel is a 10-minute walk from Manchester Oxford Road and a 20-minute walk from Manchester Piccadilly. Book trains to Manchester.

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With a collonaded seating area in its restaurant and a spa relaxation room in a former vault, the Grade-II listing building makes public areas memorable. Slick décor keeps it up-to-date - think statement lighting, cool cream leather banquettes in Peter Street Kitchen, and a huge drop light chandelier in the bright glass-roofed lobby.


The service in this five-star hotel is excellent, from lively waiting staff in Peter Street Kitchen who recommend food combinations to those in reception who whisk luggage to rooms. There's a spa offering treatments in the basement, with a 12-metre swimming pool, whirlpool tub, steam room and sauna, as well as a gym.

  • Restaurant

  • Bar

  • Swimming pool
  • Fitness centre

  • Spa and wellness centre
  • Room service
  • Free Wi-Fi


The rooms and suites are in a modern, purpose-built extension. Décor is a neutral palette of creams and greys with leather headboards, walnut furniture, colourful pictures of Manchester and floor-to-ceiling windows - a handful of rooms overlook the central atrium.

Room types: Collection Superior, Collection Premium, Alfesco, One Bedroom Penthouse, Two Bedroom Penthouse suites

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with REN toiletries, Vispring mattress, tea and coffee facilities, free Wi-Fi


Peter Street Kitchen at the front of the hotel is a swanky dining option offering Japanese and Mexican small plates in a striking white, bright setting with a firepit and huge lights, as well as a bar area with barrels of sake. Another area, The Library curated by Assouline, serves Parisian-inspired dishes and cocktails.

Peter Street Kitchen: contemporary Japanese and Mexican cuisine. Open at weekends 7.30-10.30am for breakfast, Saturdays 1.30-4.30pm for brunch, Wed-Sat 5-11pm for dinner. Mains from £10.

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