King Street Townhouse is the latest addition to the impressive Eclectic Hotels collection. This beautiful baby grand hotel is housed in a magnificent Italian Renaissance-style building which boasts understated luxury with its own distinctive and charming character.
Run by husband and wife team, Eamonn and Sally O’Loughlin, the building has been sensitively renovated with the finest quality fittings and furnishings to set the standard for luxury, personality and craftsmanship in Manchester city centre, and become the go-to location for leisure, business, weddings and events.
Co-owner and interior designer Sally commented: “The hotel boasts the same understated luxury as our other properties but has its own distinctive and charming character. Finishing touches in the bedrooms include handmade South African linen and bespoke artwork.”
Guests can choose from five different room types, each with its own unique character and amenities, and can dine at The King Street Tavern, a stylish yet relaxed bar and restaurant with a high quality menu to suit every occasion – including a wonderful Sunday lunch menu served from 12 noon until 5pm every Sunday.
The pièce de résistance is the spectacular rooftop infinity spa pool, for the exclusive use of hotel residents, and the south facing roof terrace, a perfect event space available for private hire.
Eamonn said: “It’s fantastic to see our vision for King Street Townhouse come to life. The hotel has been an instant hit with everyone who’s seen it so far, and we’re excited to welcome guests for business, leisure and events.”
King Street Townhouse is part of the Eclectic Hotels group which includes Great John Street, Didsbury House Hotel, Eleven Didsbury Park and On the 7th members’ Club at MediaCityUK.
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10 Booth Street (Upper King Street conservation area), Manchester M2 4AW