Giggs and Neville to open Manchester boutique hotel

George Sell By George Sell
24 February 2015 | Updated 24 February 2015

UK: Former Manchester United stars Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville have announced plans to convert Manchester’s historic Stock Exchange into a boutique hotel.

UK: Former Manchester United stars Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville have announced plans to convert Manchester's historic Stock Exchange into a boutique hotel.

The Grade II-listed building on Norfolk Street will be converted in to a 35-room hotel a basement gym and spa, roof-top private members' terrace and ground floor restaurant and bar, currently occupied by the Stock restaurant.

Unlike the duo's other hotel project, Hotel Football, the new property will not have a sports theme.

The pair bought the property in 2013 for £1.5 million. Their planning application was approved by council officers on Friday, who said: "We believe this overall proposal brings a historical piece of Manchester back into existence to be experienced and enjoyed inclusively by the public."

English Heritage has declared its support for the conversion of the 1906 building.

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