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Britannia Hotel
35 Portland Street
Manchester
Greater Manchester

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This historic Grade II listed building boasts free Wi-Fi access and superb city transport links, situated in a prime location for shops, theatres and the former G-MEX exhibition centre. A famous landmark dating back to the mid-19th century, the Britannia Hotel offers contemporary facilities and superb period features, including a beautiful balcony stairwell. It has 2 of Manchester’s popular meeting places in the Wave Bar and Bar-Rogue, providing food all day at affordable prices, with great music and DJs. Add to this Jenny's Carvery, a Pizzeria and the traditional comfort of Crompton's French Restaurant, and you are truly spoilt for choice. A 5-minute walk from Piccadilly Station (with direct links to the airport), the hotel is also adjacent to the main coach station and has the Metro tram system on its doorstep. Valet parking can be arranged on arrival and a multi-storey car park is close by.

The Britannia Hotel dates back to 1858, when the building was opened as the world’s original cash and carry store. It went on to become the cotton industry’s most famous warehouse.
Lift access is available to the ground floor and all rooms, with accessible rooms and bathrooms available. Restaurants and bars are accessible via stairs. Please note that Crompton’s French Restaurant is not accessible for guests with mobility problems.

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