Manchester is set to gain another hotel hotspot, as the much-anticipated Forty-Seven has announced it will open its doors this summer.
The luxury hotel from Kro Hospitality will be located in the Grade II listed Lancashire House on Peter Street, just above the much-loved Asha’s restaurant, which is also set to reopen in summer.
Boasting 32 bedrooms, including a range of duplex and signature suites, bold design complements the heritage and original features of the building.
The high-end bedrooms have been artfully curated—with sleep and the utmost comfort in mind. Each of the spaces has been designed and decorated to craft the ideal environment for getting the best possible ‘Forty-Seven’ winks.
‘Forty-Seven’, 47 Peter Street, is an area that is rich with the illustrious history of the Peterloo Massacre and the Suffragettes. The hotel will also be home to The Peterman bar, which promises a nod to those tales of the past.
The new hotel will be led by general manager Ryan Thompson, a figure with a plethora of experience in luxury ventures, including Cottons Hotel and spa and Hotel Gotham. Revealing more about hte opening, he said the mission was to: “deliver intelligent luxury for those who appreciate both statement and style while they eat, sleep, drink and enjoy time in the heart of the city”.
- Bradley Lengden
- Published on:
- Thu 19 May 2022