“Built in 1903, the Midland is a Manchester landmark, renowned as the place where Messrs Rolls and Royce first met to talk cars. The hotel recently underwent a major refurbishment but still retains a very traditional, living-history feel. The rooms have a genteel air with tortoise-shell vanity units and wardrobes, while tradition lovers can partake of afternoon tea in the Octagon Bar. The French, the hotel’s signature restaurant, with its crushed-red velour interior and renaissance prints, remains the place for fine dining with a theatrical flourish.”
Written by David Atkinson
“If you’re looking for hotels in Manchester look no further: The Midland has it all. Conveniently located in the heart of the city centre, this Grade II listed treasure oozes luxury, comfort and style, and enjoys a history that leaves other Manchester hotels out in the cold.
Over the course of its 100 year history, The Midland Hotel in Manchester has welcomed many a king, queen, president and rock star. And, should you choose to stay with us, it’s where you will be treated like royalty too.
The red-bricked Victoriana that Manchester is famous for is perfectly captured in the architecture of The Midland Hotel, Manchester. The building’s characteristic style continues inside, where you’ll find opulent decor, rich fabrics and shimmering chandeliers.”