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This modern five-star hotel is popular with visiting celebrities and footballers. But all guests will appreciate its large rooms and suites, changing artwork in public areas, spa treatments, and restaurant overlooking the River Irwell. While adults will love the opportunities to indulge here, the kids will be spoilt too.

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Despite being over the border in Salford, The Lowry Hotel is only around a five-minute walk from Deansgate in Manchester's city centre. Set on the River Irwell, you get to Manchester's centre over a Calatrava-designed bridge. The People's History Museum, around a five-minute walk away, tells the history of democracy in Britain and is close to the bars and restaurants in Spinningfields.

By car: around 4 hours and 15 minutes from London, 1 hour 45 minutes from Birmingham. There is parking at the hotel at £24 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). Manchester Piccadilly station is a 20-minute taxi ride from the hotel. Book trains to Manchester.

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The Lowry Hotel offers modern luxury with a curved glass building and chic, shiny interiors such as an enormous honeycomb-effect light in the lobby and gleaming gold reception desks. The River Restaurant has floor-to-ceiling windows to emphasise the natural light and river view, and geometric partitions between tables give the space a more intimate feel.


Used to dealing with high-profile guests, staff are friendly and full of recommendations on everything from cocktails to marshmallow-alternatives in the afternoon tea. There's a spa with six treatment rooms, a relaxation room and sauna, a small gym and hairdressers.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant

  • Spa and wellness centre

  • Gym

  • Library

  • Terrace

  • Hair salon

  • Paid parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Spacious rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows framed by spotlights, comfy leather chaise longues to recline on, walk-in wardrobes and enormous statement lamps. Colour schemes are neutral but are livened up by pops of orange and turquoise on curtains, cushions and chaise longues.

Room types: Deluxe King, Superior King, Business Executive, Riverside Suite, Junior Suite, Presidental Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with bath and shower, Elemis toiletries, smart TV, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee-making facilities


The hotel's River Restaurant overlooks the River Irwell and offers a menu of British classics - think Cheshire farm steak and beef wellington - as well as an interesting selection of vegan and vegetarian options. Afternoon tea is popular with locals as well as guests. Lighter options and a good range of cocktails are served in the bar next door.

The River Restaurant: Two-AA-rosettes, modern British cuisine, vegan and vegatarian options avaliable. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Three course set menu £24.95.

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