Hotel Brooklyn in the heart of Cottonopolis, Manchester, has opened its doors. The 189-room hotel pays homage to Brooklyn’s history from the early 20th century to the present day. In addition, the venue features 18 accessible bedrooms, designed by Motionspot, one of the UK’s leading accessible design companies. Hotel Brooklyn’s bar and restaurant, named Runyon’s after Damon Runyon, presents a diverse menu showcasing European and American influences. On the top floor is the Salvation Bar which can be used for private events and offers panoramic views of the city.
Paul Bayliss, the general manager, said: “I’m delighted to be leading the team at Hotel Brooklyn, as we look to make an immediate impact across Manchester and the North West. I’ve kept a close eye on the success of Hotel Gotham in recent years, and have a deep affinity for the city, so I’m excited by the challenge of making a similarly positive impact here.”
Visit www.hotelbrooklyn.co.uk for more.
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