Set in one of Manchester's grandest, listed buildings - a former bank premises designed by Edwin Lutyens-, Hotel Gotham's ornate detailing, polished wooden counters and period architectural flourishes have been retained and enhanced. Interiors feature deep velvets, furs, leather, traditional metals and vintage suitcases, buckled belts and hat boxes inspired by the golden age of travel.
Glamorous and sexy, the rooms have air-conditioning, a flat-screen TV, facilities for making coffee and tea and bathrooms come with complimentary toiletries, slippers, hairdryer and bathrobes. The five "Inner Sanctum" suites have private inner courtyards.
Decorated in dark colours, the 6th-floor restaurant serves modern British fare. Guest also have access to the rooftop bar, club and terrace "Brass" which guests enter through two vault-like doors into a space with restored original glazed tiles and green glass lamps.
• 60 rooms
• Hotel opened: April 2015
• Interiors: Oliver Redfern
• Unique: The Art Deco building features carvings by local sculptor John Ashton Floyd, and was dubbed the 'King of King Street', due to its grandeur, size and castle-like design.
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