King Street Townhouse and Great John Street, Manchester: SAVE up to 45% on a two-night stay PLUS Champagne afternoon tea
It's not just the central location that puts these boutique boltholes strides ahead of the rest. Great John Street Hotel retains features from its days as a Victorian schoolhouse, including large windows and attractive fireplaces. It's filled with thoughtful design touches and has plenty of creative flair. The highlight is the rooftop lounge - perfect for an evening drink. The larger of the two hotels, King Street Townhouse, occupies a magnificent 19th-century building with similarly eclectic interiors. The pièce de résistance is the rooftop infinity pool and spa, framing views of the Town Hall Clock Tower.
Why we love King Street Townhouse and Great John Street...
The spectacular and hidden rooftop escapes at both King Street and Great John Street.
Spectacular rooftop escapes
- Stay two nights at either location
- Champagne afternoon tea
- Breakfast each day
- Free Wi-Fi
- Offer applies to stays from 2 January to 31 March 2018, excluding 9, 10, 14, 16 and 17 February
Days1-2King Street TownhouseKing Street Townhouse, Manchester, United Kingdom
Days3OrEclectic Hotels, Manchester, United Kingdom
Days1-2Great John StreetGreat John Street hotel, Manchester, United Kingdom
King Street Townhouse
King Street Townhouse occupies an Italian renaissance building on Booth Street, just a short walk from the centre of Manchester. The building underwent a sympathetic renovation and the hotel now combines historic architecture with eclectic interior design. The rooftop spa is the main draw, with a luxurious infinity rooftop pool.
Great John Street
What was once a Victorian schoolhouse has been transformed into a luxurious city centre bolthole. The stylish interiors are full of character, from the ground floor Oyster Bar to the coveted rooftop lounge, and offer plenty of room for relaxing over drinks or afternoon tea. The central location and individual design make it an ideal choice for a short break in Manchester.