Hotel Indigo Manchester – Victoria Station has opened its doors to guests, marking the brand’s debut in one of the UK’s largest cities.
Famous for its cotton mills and its role in the industrial revolution, Manchester is a vibrant city that is rapidly expanding and regenerating, complementing its historical setting.
The boutique hotel is located at the gateway to the Northern Quarter, Manchester’s creative heart, and is adjacent to Exchange Square, the city’s shopping district.
Known for its bohemian bars, the Northern Quarter has a lively music scene, and includes bustling independent studios and shops. Guests can enjoy the laidback atmosphere come day and night, with a wide range of places to eat and drink.
Hotel Indigo Manchester – Victoria Station features 187 stylish guest rooms, with design inspired by Manchester’s rich and colourful history.
The exterior of the hotel is a beautifully restored Grade II listed building, featuring an eye-catching contemporary tower, providing fantastic views of the city’s skyline.
The bedrooms pay homage to Manchester’s cotton mill heritage by using rich, raw cotton on the bed, contrasting with green velvet, which gives the rooms an added sense of luxury.
Inspired by the local neighbourhood, each Hotel Indigo features thoughtful design touches and vibrant restaurants and bars connected to the spirit of the local neighbourhood.
There are currently 27 Hotel Indigo properties in Europe with another 17 due to open in the next 3-5 years.