Hotel Gotham Manchester
Located in the centre of, Hotel Gotham is a 3-minute walk from Manchester Arndale Shopping Centre. It offers a and free WiFi.
Serviced by a lift, all rooms and suites are air-conditioned and feature a telephone, a flat-screen TV and facilities for making coffee and tea. The bathroom is complete with free toiletries, slippers and a bath or. A hairdryer and bathrobes are also provided.
Breakfast is served every morning at Hotel Gotham. Decorated in dark colours, the on-site AA Rosettes restaurant has a modern. Guests can enjoy a drink at the bar.
The hotel is 450 yards from Deansgate, 550 yards from Bridgewater Hall and 550 yards from G-MEX Centre. Manchester Airport is 8.1 miles away. Hotel Gotham offers a valet parking service, at GBP 35 per day.
This is our guests’ favourite part of Manchester, according to independent reviews.
Couples particularly like the location — they rated it 9.7 for a two-person trip.
What is the importance of afternoon tea to all of us in Britain…
There has to be more than cream to afternoon tea at chic hotels to make it the popular phenomenon that it is. It doesn’t seem to matter where you’re from or how old you are, the prospect of an extra meal between lunch and dinner featuring impossibly small sandwiches and disproportionately large scones, is universal.
I think one of the reasons for it, is the wide possibilities for interpretation and innovation that this classic British institution allows even in modern chic hotels. Not to mention regional traditions that always provide healthy heated debate. Do you put the cream on first, or the jam? It is a question that has divided families and friends.
Whatever your cakey preference, it may well dictate the destination that you choose. After all, your afternoon tea style says a lot about your personality as well as that of those providing it. At a classically beautiful hotel a traditional approach of sandwiches and scones is exactly what you are looking for.
Others who do great justice to the customary variation on afternoon tea, and even throw in a log fire for good measure include hotels in the Lake District, and the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire. At these types of hotels you will also obviously benefit from the hearty appetite generated from a bracing walk in the local area – it’s fine, all those hills nullify any calories you may or may not have been concerned about.