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King Street Townhouse, Manchester
King Street Townhouse is a stand-out boutique option in Manchester's city centre. Its infinity spa pool overlooking the Town Hall's clock tower and freestanding baths in rooms are lovely places to unwind.
Rooms available from £174.60 per night
Walk in one direction and you'll find the shops, bars and restaurants of King Street; in the other direction is the Town Hall, Albert Square and Central Library. A short stroll away is John Ryland's Library, an impressive neo-Gothic building.
The hotel is on Booth Street in the city centre, a short walk from King Street.
By car: around 2 hours from Nottingham and 4 hours and 30 minutes from London. Free and paid parking available nearby.
By train: London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly takes around 2 hours, after which, it's a 10-minute taxi (or 15-minute walk) to the hotel. Book trains to Manchester.
CHARACTER & STYLE
Former owner Sally O'Loughlin lovingly designed the interiors - panelled walls and parquet flooring are complemented by statement lighting and velvet furniture. Locally-commissioned artworks adorn the walls.
Staff are friendly and welcoming. The infinity spa pool overlooking the Town Hall is a big draw, and there's a steam room and small relaxation area. Facilities also include a small gym and a cinema.
- Swimming pool
Rooms have soothing colour palettes of cream, pale blue, sage green and grey. Amenities such as Nespresso machines, robes and slippers come as standard. All rooms except the entry-level Snug rooms have freestanding baths.
Room types: Snug, Cosy, Comfy, Luxe Junior Suite, Suite
Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, tea and coffee-making facilities with fresh milk, DAB Radio, TV, free Wi-Fi
FOOD & DRINK
The King Street Tavern serves classic British dishes such as steaks, burgers and salmon. There are also breakfast and bottomless brunch menus. Book in for afternoon tea in the lounge; both traditional or more imaginative offerings are served. Head to the bar for a pre-dinner drink and slip away to the mezzanine area to people-watch.
King Street Tavern: modern British cuisine, all-day dining. Open daily 7-10pm.