The award-winning Radisson Blu Edwardian, Manchester hotel is set inside the historic Free Trade Hall, one of the city’s oldest and most iconic buildings, and is known for its musical past.
With two restaurants - Steak & Lobster and Opus One - the hotel also boasts a stunning colonnade, perfect for enjoying afternoon tea or a cocktail. Sienna Spa is tucked away in the building’s vaults, with a 12-metre swimming pool, sauna and steam room.
Placed right next to Manchester’s Central Convention Centre on Peter Street, the Free Trade Hall is a 10-minute walk from Deansgate station, a 2-minute walk from St Peter’s Square metro stop and a short drive to Manchester International airport.
Check-in is from 15:00. Check-out is at 11:00
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The building has been bombed, abandoned, rebuilt several times and seen much controversy.
It has also enjoyed many lives – a political arena, concert hall and rock venue with a most diverse range of famous people appearing on stage - Winston Churchill (hailed as his most brilliant speech), Bob Dylan (Judas gig), Pink Floyd (performed prior to album release), the Sex Pistols (started the Punk era) and the Dalai Lama (the last speaker).
Finally, it was reborn in 2004 as a magnificent luxury 263 bedroom hotel, award winning restaurant and must visit spa. It retains its original façade, heritage and famous artefacts plus it is still at the heart of Manchester life.
Located in Manchester’s historic Free Trade Hall and the original home to the Hallé Orchestra, Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester has brought a new generation of award winning luxury to one of the city’s oldest and most iconic buildings over the past decade.
As the hotel of music in Manchester, displays of autographs provide a snapshot of the many stars who performed there during its years as a world famous music and theatre venue; a tradition the hotel continues with signatures from its high profile guests today. Many of them, such as Louis Armstrong, Judy Garland, Shirley Bassey and Bob Dylan, are also immortalised in the names of the hotel’s deluxe suites, including 20 al fresco suites that each feature a covered terrace set within the Free Trade Hall’s original brick façade.
In homage to its proud heritage, the hotel celebrated its 10th birthday through a unique collaboration with the Hallé Orchestra in September 2014.
* We are delighted to announce that Stephen Miles has been officially nominated as one of the Top 100 Hotel General Managers worldwide by The International Association of Hotel General Managers.*
We're proud to be part of the Green Tourism Business Scheme and have been given the Gold Award. We're doing our bit to meet Green Tourism's high standards.
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