This First Street hotel is launching a new restaurant and bar this weekend

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The INNSiDE Manchester Hotel on First Street is set to launch its new restaurant and bar, Hideout Lounge & Grill, this weekend.

Hideout will offer locals and visitors a new dining experience, says the hotel, with a completely new menu designed for business breakfast meetings, lunch, dinner or cocktails and everything in-between.

The food offering will be contemporary British, and the hotel and restaurant will open with full health and safety measures in place in accordance with government guidelines.

The launch comes off the back of several new staff appointments, with Scott Brown as director of sales from The Lowry Hotel and Ruth Pollitt joining as hotel sales manager from Eclectic Hotels and The Hut Group.

“We’ve been working closely with Paragon Group on Hideout Lounge & Grill, whose team has a track record for delivering creative, compelling dining concepts for hotels on both a national and international scale,” says Scott about the launch.

 “We’re satisfied that the finished product will offer both our guests and Manchester locals something completely different here on First Street, and we’re really excited to start welcoming people in to the space.”

With 10 floors and bigger-than-average rooms with a mini fridge of complimentary cold drinks, free high-speed Wi-Fi and Chromecast, a big TV and a rainfall shower as standard, INNSiDE has established itself as a great base for exploring First Street and beyond.

And now, following the success of the First Street hotel, Mélia has also announced plans to launch new INNSiDE hotels in Newcastle and Liverpool – both set for winter 2020 openings – and further hotels in the north earmarked to launch in spring 2021.

 “It’s an incredibly exciting time for INNSiDE by Melia as we look to expand our presence in the north,” says Gary.

“It’s great to be working with such a skilled team, and we are looking forward to bringing the INNSiDE experience to these fantastic UK cities.”

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