Hampton by Hilton arrives in Manchester’s bohemian Northern Quarter
Today, Hampton by Hilton Manchester Northern Quarter debuts as the brand’s first property in the heart of Manchester and marks a milestone project for RBH.
The 221-room hotel, located in Manchester’s trendy Northern Quarter, is the 50th new-build property project for RBH in the last 20 years. It joins a diverse and growing portfolio which includes a collection of branded and private label hotel properties across the UK.
The hotel, built by North West construction experts Create Construction, reached practical completion through a partnership with IP Investment Management and Maven Capital Partners. This project will be the fourth property which RBH will manage on behalf of Maven.
Andrew Robb, Chief Business Development Officer at RBH, said:
"We are delighted to open the doors of Hampton by Hilton Manchester Northern Quarter and, in line with government guidelines, welcome key workers as well as future bookings from all other guests. It’s been great to work alongside Create, Maven and Hilton on this project which is the 50th new build property within our portfolio and we look forward to the next chapter for the hotel and RBH.”
Situated in the vibrant Northern Quarter the hotel is the latest to join Hampton by Hilton’s growing portfolio, which includes 32 existing Hampton properties in the UK. The global value hotel brand is known for its commitment to providing high-quality accommodation, value-added amenities and thoughtful service.
Stephen Cassidy, SVP and Managing Director, UK&I, Hilton, said:
“Manchester is home to some of the UK’s finest sporting and cultural attractions and the city’s Northern Quarter is the perfect home for our latest Hampton by Hilton property – joining more than 50 Hampton by Hilton hotels trading or under development across the UK. At Hilton, we always strive to meet the diverse travel requirements of our guests. Hampton by Hilton Manchester Northern Quarter is no exception, and we look forward to welcoming our first visitors.”
Guests are guaranteed to enjoy a comfortable night’s sleep - the hotel offers the choice of Queen and Queen Family rooms in which to relax. The sleek and stylish guestrooms also have air conditioning, desks, 49” flat screen TVs and floor to ceiling windows with city views – allowing guests to enjoy Manchester’s unique skyline. The hotel is also well equipped to cater for groups, with interconnecting rooms and private floors. Guests can enjoy a workout at the hotel’s 24/7 fitness centre or make use of the hotel’s meeting room facilities.
Louise O’Reilly, General Manager at Hampton by Hilton Manchester Northern Quarter, said:
“I am delighted and proud to open Hampton by Hilton in the trendy Manchester Northern Quarter. The 221 bedrooms are a fantastic addition to the city, and I know my friends and colleagues in the business community will be excited that we are now in the neighbourhood. Located in the heart of the city, we look forward to welcoming guests to our new hotel.”
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