The Lowry Hotel is a five-star contemporary hotel where Salford meets Manchester on the banks of the River Irwell.
Offering 165 bedrooms, six suites and the Charles Forte Presidential suite with floor-to-ceiling windows all of the bedrooms have plenty of space, with a super-king-size bed or two singles dressed in a custom-made wool blanket with bathrooms in Italian porcelain. The Riverside suites have two entrances a separate lounge and a dining area (seating four), which is ideal for entertaining, and a pantry-kitchenette. There’s one on each of the hotel’s six floors five of the six Riverside Suites can be interconnected to an additional room, making them popular with families and long-stay guests.
The Charles Forte presidential suite is the ultimate penthouse: at 145 square meters, it is the largest, most luxurious accommodation in the city. There’s even a baby grand piano in the lounge-dining room. You can seat eight for dinner, and host a small gathering with the numerous sofas and chairs. In the adjoining bedroom you’ll find a super-king-size bed, vanity area, walk-in dressing room, and a bathroom in Italian porcelain with bath and double shower. A second bedroom, with the same specification, is available at an extra cost.
The light-soaked first-floor spa is a contemporary space to enjoy treatments from world-class brands, including massage, facials, and beauty care in any hour-, day- or weekend-long packages. Brands include QMS Medicosmetics and CND Shellac, with treatments suitable for men, women and mothers-to-be. With a relaxation room, treatment rooms (including one for couples), separate male and female changing areas, a sauna, and quiet corner for a healthy lunch — all of these amenities nurture your wellbeing while staying in the heart of the city. There is also a gym and hair salon. A colonic hydrotherapy clinic is offered three days a week.
The River Restaurant is one of Manchester’s best restaurants to eat and drink in a glass-walled, riverside setting. The convivial atmosphere is also deeply luxurious with purple leather chairs, semi-circular banquettes, while Fornasetti plates, mirrors and lithographs and prints decorate walls. The River Bar encapsulates The Lowry Hotel’s fun-loving spirit at the confluence of city life. Here you’ll find in the intimate, informal surroundings a quiet place to network, drink and kick-back with a perfectly mixed cocktail, club sandwich, salad, or more substantial dish from the menu.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double/Twin||from £118.00 to £423.00 per room (room only)|
|Presidential Suite||from £2,245.00 to £2,500.00 per room (room only)|
|Riverside Suite||from £920.00 to £970.00 per room (room only)|
|Superior Deluxe King||from £417.00 to £453.00 per room (room only)|
*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
From: Bus, Train, Tram Directions:
From The North: Follow route for Carlise to join M6, turn at junction 30 signposted the M61, Continue on the M61 following signs for M60 and Liverpool M62, Continue down for approx 3 miles and follow signs for M602 Manchester, towards the end of the M602 stay in the left hand lane. At the end of M602 take the first exit on the left following signs for Salford and Pendleton, The second set of lights is on a T Junction, Turn right at these lights onto the crescent, Continue along for approx 2 miles and pass under a railway bridge. The entrance for the hotel is on your right after 50 yards From North Wales: Follow route to Chester picking up the M56 for Manchester, Exit M56 at junction 9 sign posted M6 North, Continue along M6 and exit junction 21a and follow signs for M62 Manchester, Continue along M62 picking signs M602 Manchester. Follow points 4, 5 & 6 from above From the North-East of England: Follow A1 south picking up M62 at Ferry Bridge heading west, Exit at junction 17 M62 follow signs Manchester City centre, After Approx 4 miles you will come to the Manchester Evening News Arena. Turn right at the lights with the junction of the Manchester Evening News, At the traffic lights at Renault Manchester on the junction turn left into Blackfriars, Next set of lights turn right and the hotel entrance is 50 yards along on left hand side From London: Join M25 orbital and head north on the M1, Continue North exiting M1 at junction 19 signposted M6 Birmingham, Follow points 3 & 4 from Wales and then follow points 4, 5 and 6 from above
|open (1 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2018)|
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