Why We Love This Hotel
- Central location by the shops & eateries of Market Street & Piccadilly
- On-site gourmet dining restaurant & two trendy bars
- A mix of modern design & original 19th-century features
- Art collection featuring works by Yoko Ono & David Hockney
Set in a Grade-II-listed building with an eye-catching brick facade, this stylish boutique hotel still retains the industrial architecture of its former life as a Victorian cotton mill. Its central location is just as impressive -- minutes from the shops of fashionable Market Street and the bustling Piccadilly neighbourhood.
Modern European dining at the sophisticated Michael Caines restaurant is another plus. Choose from a gourmet tasting menu or dine à la carte. For lunch, it's a tapas-style set menu featuring the likes of Jerusalem artichoke and truffle ravioli or poached Fleetwood cod. There's also a champagne bar serving innovative cocktails, and a trendy lounge bar. Breakfast is served at the casual café and grill -- also a popular lunch spot.
The hotel's original walnut staircase and iron columns are as striking as the modern décor. There is also a collection of rock photography -- by acclaimed photographer Brian Aris -- dotted around the hotel.
Contemporary rooms have funky, book-themed wallpaper and original parquet flooring, plus free Wi-Fi. Upgrade for extra living space and boxes stuffed with regional treats. But for something really special, book one of the Fabulous on Fifth suites. These high-ceilinged, loft-style suites feature exposed beams, skylights, and a modern art collection including works by Yoko Ono and David Hockney.