Take A Look Inside Hotel Brooklyn, Manchester’s Newest Luxury Hotel

Laura Rogan Laura Rogan - Editor of Secret Manchester

Take A Look Inside Hotel Brooklyn, Manchester’s Newest Luxury Hotel

Manchester’s newest design-led hotel opens its doors this month.

Situated in the heart of Portland Street, Manchester’s newest luxury hotel is set to open its doors this February 2020, and it’s jaw-droppingly beautiful.

The Snug, Credit: Hotel Brooklyn

Designed by the team behind the luxury art-deco style Hotel Gotham, Hotel Brooklyn is unsurprisingly taking its inspiration from, well, Brooklyn.

Reception, Credit: Hotel Brooklyn

Paying homage to the iconic New York borough, the room will house 189 rooms and prides itself on becoming Manchester’s most accessible hotel. They’ve worked closely with the UK’s leading accessible design company, Motionspot, to create a beautiful and accessible design for all. The design will combine the similarities between Manchester and New York, with bags of culture and a ‘sense of neighbourhood’, which we can all agree is the epitome of Mancunian culture.

The Hamilton Suite, Credit: Hotel Brooklyn

The building itself draws inspiration from the traditional Victorian Brownstone buildings, which are a familiar sight in both Manchester and Brooklyn, and has an industrial feel from the moment guests arrive.

Communal space, Credit: Hotel Brooklyn

The lobby hosts a communal space for guests to take advantage of, with coffees and cocktails on offer encouraging the use of the space for both social occasions and meetings for professionals. Additionally, guests can also enjoy the hotel’s Snug, a cosy and intimate space with an open fire and a record player with vintage records from the Manchester music scene – a subtle tribute to our beloved city.

On-site, their Runyon’s restaurant will be serving a ‘diverse’ menu of food with both European and American influences, while their top floor Salvation Bar will provide a lively atmosphere doubling up as an event space and a place to grab a drink or two in the evening.

The bar, Credit: Hotel Brooklyn

The bedrooms feature a loft-inspired aesthetic with carefully curated furniture and beautiful finishing touches such as Turkish rugs, brass adornments and street art on the walls. Not only that, each suite includes organic bamboo toothbrushes and ethically sourced toothpaste, as well as moveable grab rails and hand grips in the bathrooms. The designers have approached Hotel Brooklyn with the finest attention to detail, providing inclusive features in each room.

Bar area, Credit: Hotel Brooklyn

Hotel Brooklyn officially opens on the 14th February 2020, with room prices starting from £130 per night. Rooms are available to book via www.hotelbrooklyn.co.uk

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