The Midland Hotel graces the southern side of historic St Peter's Square in the heart of Manchester city centre. The city's most celebrated luxury hotel, The Midland is also a grade II-listed architectural treasure.
In the first years of the twentieth century, a group of wealthy, dashing cotton merchants from the Americas calling themselves "the Old Colony Club" favoured The Midland, helping to cement its reputation as a haunt of the chic and well-heeled.
The status of The Midland as the most famous hotel in Manchester city centre, and its place in history, were further assured when it played host to the first meeting between a certain Mr Rolls and Mr Royce, leading to the creation of the famous car company.
Following a £15 million refurbishment, this grand establishment effortlessly mixes decadent glamour with four-star, twenty-first century sophistication. Fourteen suites and 298 en-suite bedrooms of award-winning design offer guests all the facilities one would expect in a hotel of this calibre.
Today, The Midland Hotel is the destination of choice for political leaders, captains of industry, sporting legends and superstar celebrities. As befits any guest in such a noted luxury hotel, you can look forward to the most refined dining and excellent service.
Nor does the experience end there. Outside, the hustle-and-bustle of the world's first modern city awaits. The capital of the north, Manchester boasts world-class theatres, galleries, orchestras, museums and shopping, all rubbing shoulders with a famously bohemian nightlife.
The Midland offers 2 hours FREE WiFi for all residential guests in their bedroom.