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New 340-bedroom hotel planned for Manchester

23 July 2013 by
New 340-bedroom hotel planned for Manchester

Plans to develop a four-star, 340-bedroom hotel adjacent to Manchester's Piccadilly station have been announced.

Property developer Dominvs Living has acquired a site in Aytoun Street, which is part of the mixed use Piccadilly Regeneration Project, with the intention of opening the hotel in 2015, subject to planning permission.

Dylan Burke, head of sales and marketing at Dominvs Living, said that the intention will be to eventually appoint a hotel operator which will best fit the location and style of the property.

Dominvs Living believes that the hotel will benefit from its location next to the station, which is planned to become the north west terminal of the new H52 high speed train to London, Birmingham and Leeds.

"We are currently carrying out a light refurbishment of the hotels and undertaking a feasibility study with regards bringing in a hotel operator to add value to the properties," said Burke.

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