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Palace Hotel
Oxford Street
Manchester
Greater Manchester

M60 7HA | View map

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Situated right in the heart of the city centre, the Palace Hotel is a recognised landmark of Manchester, thanks to its distinctive 217ft (about 65 metres) tall clock tower.

Once home to the Refuge Assurance Company, this magnificent terracotta period building has recently undergone a major refurbishment in order to offer the ultimate luxury hotel accommodation, facilities and standards.

The hotel stands directly opposite the Palace Theatre and is just a short journey from the Opera House and Bridgewater Hall, home of the famous Halle Orchestra. Furthermore, many excellent museums and art galleries and the grounds for the city's two premiership football teams are all within easy reach.

The property features 257 bedrooms, all of which have been tastefully furnished to a superior standard. Guests can be assured that their stay will be one of the most comfortable and memorable experiences in the country.

Furthermore, hotel amenities include the the brand new and stylish Tempus Bar and the unrivalled and fully equipped facilities for meetings, conferences and banqueting.

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Number of Rooms: 252
Number Ensuite: 252
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Name: Waterhouse Restaurant

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