Kimpton Clocktower Hotel is a luxury hotel with an industrial soul that is sprawled out on Oxford Street at the heart of Manchester, a rich, complex city with cool-kid cult status. Manchester is the more rebellious cousin to London. But that doesn’t mean it’s lacking the hallmarks of a dynamic urban centre: an amazing food scene with a new crop of forward-thinking chefs, galleries and museums that celebrate local artists and makers and quaint parks sweeping swaths of green over the gritty, industrial streetscape. Whoever you are and wherever you come from, you’ll be welcomed into the textured fabric of this come-one-come-all city.
Kimpton Clocktower has 17 meeting and event spaces that include the Whitworth Rooms, which can be used in conjunction with the newly renovated Ballroom to create flexible conferencing facilities for more than 1,500 delegates, with a private entrance via Waterhouse Way on Whitworth Street.
In addition to having some of the best large-scale conference rooms in the UK, you will also find a suite of smaller spaces for meetings and private dining, from the prestige of the Refuge Assurance Directors’ rooms to smaller boardroom and classroom spaces in the Clock Tower building.
Kimpton Clocktower also includes 270 new loft-style bedrooms and suites and a magnificent, triple-height lobby. Add to that The Refuge Dining Room, Public Bar, Winter Garden and Den, our 10,000 square-foot restaurant that has become the meeting point for locals from all walks of life.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Ambassador Double||£110.00 per room (room only)|
|Ambassador Double Double||£110.00 per room (room only)|
|Standard Double||£90.00 per room (room only)|
|Standard Double Double||£90.00 per room (room only)|
|Standard Single||£90.00 per room (room only)|
|Standard Twin||£90.00 per room (room only)|
*In 2010 in Where to Stay Guide the following information was provided by Sharon Cameron:
275 (en-suite 275: S 4, D 151, T 33, F 80, SU 6)
It does not correspond to the room numbers provided here.
From: Bus, train, Tram Directions: From the hotel turn right down Whitworth St. and continue for half a mile. Piccadilly Station is on your right.
From: M602, J3, 2 miles (3.2 km) Directions: From M62 West (Liverpool) take Junction 12, keep left and follow M602. take lane for A57 Manchester, continue to Regent Road until you see Harry Ramsdens on right. Go through traffic lights, under the bridge, bear left and at the roundabout take the 1st exit. At traffic lights, turn right onto Whitworth Street. Continue on this road. The Palace Hotel is on the corner of Oxford Street and Whitworth Street.
|2010 - Opening (1 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2020)|
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