Hotel Gotham was launched on 7 April at 100 King Street in Manchester, 80 years after the building originally opened. Designed by Edwin Lutyens in 1928, with construction finishing in 1935, the building has been transformed into a 60-room hotel with a "nostalgic yet decadent" design. Bedrooms feature travel trunk-style cocktail cabinets and wardrobes, while burnished metals, dark polished woods and leather are paired with notes of plum and raspberry, along with velvet and faux fur.
- Opened 7 April
- General manager and managing director Jeff Ward
- Operator Bespoke Hotels
- Designer Squid-Inc
- Rooms 60
- Suites Five
- Typical restaurant dishes Beetroot gravadlax; lamb hotpot; coq au vin; Manchester tart; warm rhubarb and pistachio bakewell; Gotham kirsch cake; and Lancashire cheese and Cheshire ham