Treehouse Hotels has announced it will open the Treehouse Hotel Manchester in early 2023, following their Treehouse Hotel London as their second hotel in the UK.

Opening on Deansgate in the very heart of Manchester City Centre, Treehouse Hotel Manchester has also revealed its stellar line-up of some of the North West’s highest regarded chefs and restaurateurs.  

Taking charge of the hotel’s ground floor eateries, Mary-Ellen McTague of the much-lauded Creameries in Chorlton, will bring her ethos of zero-waste, seasonal eating as she oversees the hotel’s all-day menu, breakfast pastries and hot sandwiches, as well as the much-needed grab-and-go options to cater for city centre workers and dwellers.

Joining her as the mastermind of the hotels’ 14th floor restaurant and stand-alone bar will be Sam Grainger, chef-owner of Madre and acclaimed Belzan in Liverpool. Sam will focus on South East Asian cooking, with a menu which interweaves Japanese and European ingredients with fresh British produce.

To complete the trio line-up of chef stars, Mancunian powerhouse restauranteurs Luke Cowdrey and Justin Crawford, who were behind the smash-hit restaurants Volta in Didsbury, and The Refuge by Volta on Manchester’s Oxford Road, will take on the vast 139-seater restaurant with Treehouse Hotel Manchester.

The duo will also partner with Sam Grainger on the food, drink, and music programme of the 14th floor restaurant, with music and cultural happenings that reflect Manchester’s forward-thinking mentality and will curate activities on the hotel’s Rooftop bar and ground floor restaurant.

In true Treehouse Hotels’ style, the building is being redeveloped in collaboration with UK-based 93ft to restore the building, incorporating organic aesthetics to create a comfortable oasis and playful rooms encouraging guests to relax and enjoy.

The 216-room hotel will be filled with an abundance of dappled light and natural scent of pitch pine, reminiscent of entering a secret forest. Thoughtful design details allow travellers to share ideas, stories, and connect with playful hopscotch carpets; stepping-stones in lift lobbies; custom-designed space hoppers in the hotel gym, and an invitation for visitors to carve their stories into a central living wooden art piece that will grow over time.




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