Hotel Indigo opens in Manchester

Amy Horsfield By Amy Horsfield
13 December 2018 | Updated 13 December 2018

UK: The 187-key hotel will be situated in Manchester's Northern Quarter.

Hotel Indigo Manchester - Victoria Station has arrived and marks the brand's debut in a city that is rapidly expanding and regenerating, complementing its historical setting and its quirky contemporary feel.

Hotel Indigo features 187 stylish guestrooms, inspired by Manchester's history. The exterior of the hotel is a restored Grade II listed building, featuring a contemporary tower with views of the city skyline.

James McDevitt, general manager of the hotel, said: "We are truly proud to launch Hotel Indigo Manchester - Victoria Station. The hotel is situated in a prime location for those visiting Manchester and who wish to see and appreciate the city's artistic side. Working with local designers, the interiors reflect the creative personality of the area, whilst reinforcing this first-class hotel we have created."

The guestrooms pay homage to Manchester's cotton mill heritage by using rich, raw cotton on the bed. Drawing from Manchester's literary and printing past, features also include lamps with books as stands and artwork in the form of metal lettering on the walls along with china pattern motifs which reference Manchester's love of tea.

The hotel features a restaurant and bar headed by award-winning Mancunian chef Andrew Green. Named after the Roman fort that was the birthplace of modern Manchester, the 120-seat restaurant will serve a menu of classic, locally sourced food, topped off with a Northern spin.

There are currently 27 Hotel Indigo properties in Europe with another 17 due to open in the next three to five years.

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