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Clayton Hotel opens in Gay Village

Clayton Hotel opens in Gay Village

Stunning 4* hotel opens with great fanfare in the ‘art’ of Manchester

Street artist Qubek commissioned for unique mural to celebrate opening

This new luxury four-star hotel is fast becoming a landmark building on Portland Street, conveniently located just a 5 minutes’ walk from Piccadilly Gardens. An ideal destination for both business and leisure, it has beautiful modern interiors with a mezzanine overlooking the bustling bar area on the ground-floor and a stunning feature staircase.

The restaurant, No.55, prides itself on working with local suppliers and offers a range of modern British cuisine.

There are 329 spacious bedrooms, perfect for relaxing after a busy day in the city. All amenities such as transport, shopping, art galleries, bars and restaurants are just a short stroll away.

The hotel also hosts five state-of-the-art meeting rooms equipped with the industry-leading Clevertouch technology, hosting up to 153 delegates, making it the perfect venue for events and to meet and do business in the city.

Clayton Hotel Manchester City Centre General Manager, Filiz Smith said the official opening is the culmination of months of hard work and preparation, but everyone connected with the hotel is excited to be rolling out the red carpet for guests.

Filiz said: “What better way for the Clayton Hotel Manchester City Centre to be introduced to the city than to appear in a piece of street art by Qubek. I love seeing the hotel stand alongside other famous landmarks and of course the Manchester Bee and all that it symbolises for the city.

“We have a fantastic team in place who are passionate about offering wonderful local hospitality for our guests. As the artwork shows, we are ready to take our place in this city and region and add to the already amazing attractions Manchester has to offer.

“I have called Manchester home for over a decade, and I love the ‘buzz’ of this city. It has some incredible restaurants, shops, theatres and museums along with a number of other top attractions and I am looking forward to sharing ‘my’ city with our guests.

“Having worked at our sister hotel, Clayton Hotel Manchester Airport, I know the Clayton Hotels brand of hospitality is popular and the whole team at Clayton Hotel Manchester City Centre is excited about bringing that superior guest service in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.”

The new hotel is Dalata Group’s second hotel in the area alongside Clayton Hotel Manchester Airport. Next month Dalata, which also owns Maldron Hotels, will open the Maldron Hotel Manchester City Centre just a short distance from the Clayton Hotel.

The hotel provides comfortable air-conditioned rooms, a fitness centre, restaurant and a bar, a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with free WiFi throughout.

Clayton Hotel Manchester City Centre also holds the ‘We’re Good to Go’ industry standard, demonstrating a commitment to comply with all Covid-19 safety guidelines.  

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Published: 6-Jan-2022

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