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King Street Townhouse, Manchester

10 Booth St, Manchester M2 4AW, UK
King Street Townhouse Review
4 Star Rating
25 March 2017King Street TownhouseTags: Manchester, UK, Luxury reviewsThe Bill: £253 per night

King Street Townhouse can be found located in the very heart of Manchester, in the upper King Street area. King Street Townhouse is the latest addition to the Eclectic Hotels Group. The hotel itself is a former bank and has been lovingly restored to its former glory, making for a very impressive façade. The building holds a wealth of history and character which is apparent throughout the hotel.

Upon arrival we received a friendly, warm welcome from the porter who took our luggage, checked us in and escorted us to our Luxe JS on the second floor. We were introduced to our junior suite and its amenities, which included a hidden coffee machine and mini bar along with a small jug of fresh milk which was most welcome.

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The junior suite offers a spacious bedroom with a freestanding bath at the foot of the bed. In the bedroom you’ll also find a DAB radio, along with stylish bedside lamps. There is also a smaller sized lounge area with a sofa and a second flat screen TV, complete with Sky. The suite also has a small desk area, big enough for your laptop to make use of the complimentary Wi-Fi.

“King Street Townhouse is a superb and welcomed addition to Manchester.”

The bathroom is beautifully designed and wonderfully spacious; with the focal point bring the most enjoyable walk-in rain shower. The fixtures and fittings are nothing short of expensive; even the taps are engraved with King Street Townhouse.

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In terms of facilities, the hotel offers a good sized gym with all the latest equipment. The 7th floor is also home to their infinity pool, which overlooks the Manchester skyline – this is a real highlight. You’ll also find a relaxation room on the same floor with impressive views. 

On the6th floor you’ll find the south terrace which is great place to enjoy a pre-dinner drink. This space can also be used for private events, should there be a special occasion. The King Street Tavern can be found on the ground floor, which is where breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner is served. 

We were very impressed with our stay at King Street Townhouse. It’s obvious that no expense has been spared at this hotel and we are delighted to say that we had a wonderful experience. King Street Townhouse is a superb and welcomed addition to Manchester and we simply cannot wait to return.

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