The Lowry Hotel is situated on the banks of the River Irwell. Positioned in the perfect location the hotel encompasses a stunning view of the river and Spinningfields to one side, and peers onto the evolving city of Salford on the other. the award-winning Lowry dominates the skyline with its curved, glass-fronted façade. Boasting 165 rooms and suites with floor to ceiling windows for gazing out onto stunning views. The hotel is home to The River Restaurant a two AA rosette establishment, The Lowry Lounge & Bar and a spa. Free WiFi is available to all guests.
The bedrooms at The Lowry Hotel are the largest entry level rooms in the city with 35 sq metres of space, there is plenty of room for activities. All rooms benefit from large walk-in wardrobes, a satellite TV and iPod dock. The elegant bathrooms feature a marble bath, large shower and free bathrobes.
Guests can dine at the River Restaurant which serves a modern take on classic British cuisine. The Lowry Lounge & Bar plays home to a large terrace which arcs around the side of the Chapel Wharf building, and has wonderful views across the city and manages to catch the sun when it decides to bless the Manchester skyline.
The hotel spa uses Elemis and Aromatherapy Associates Skincare Collection. There are five treatment rooms, a couples room, a relaxation room, gym with Techno equipment, hair salon and a dedicated manicure/pedicure area.
Private and secure parking is available (for an additional charge).
Located in Manchester’s city centre, on the bank of the River Irwell, the hotel provides unparalleled access to Spinningfields restaurant and bars and the shopping and nightlife of Deansgate, the city centre and beyond.
|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:
50 Dearmans Place, Chapel Wharf, Salford, Manchester United Kingdom, M3 5LH. Find us where Manchester and Salford meet. On one side is the River Irwell, with pedestrian access to Deansgate via the bridge, and on the
other side is Salford, where business thrives beside fashionable conversions of historic factories.
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 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)|
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