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Hilton Manchester Deansgate

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Type  Hotel
Town or city  Manchester
Owner  Hilton Worldwide
Address  303 Deansgate
Country  United Kingdom
Hilton Manchester Deansgate
Hotel chain  Hilton Hotels & Resorts

Hilton Manchester Deansgate is a hotel in city centre of Manchester, United Kingdom. The hotel is housed within the 47-storey mixed-use skyscraper with the highest residential living space – Beetham Tower, also known as the Hilton Tower. The architect of the building(described as "the UK’s first proper skyscraper outside London"), Ian Simpson bought the top two floors - 48th and 49th.

Occupancy

The four-star Hilton hotel occupies floors from 1 to 22 with its 279 contemporary bedrooms. The hotel has a four-storey annex, containing a swimming pool, ballroom, conference rooms and coffee shop. The coffee shop sells coffee The 23rd floor has a four-metre cantilevered overhang with two glass windows in its floor, overlooking the ground from the skybar, Cloud 23.It ranks among the world’s best bars but only has capacity for 250 people. The bar’s most popular cocktail is Mr. Mercer's Cotton Peculiar. Invented by Lancashire chemist John Mercer (1791 1866), mercerisation treating cotton with caustic soda to give it a smooth silken sheen is a process still used today.

References

Hilton Manchester Deansgate Wikipedia


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