ABode Manchester is set in the heart of the cosmopolitan city, only a few minutes walk from Piccadilly train station and a short stroll from the main shopping areas. Originally a 19th century textile factory, Victorian architecture blends with 21st century luxury and a relaxed, sophisticated dining experience.
Built in the 19th century as a textile factory by the influential Mancunian architect Charles Heathcote, the building was completed in 1899 in a distinctive Jacobean-Baroque style. It was originally used as a packing warehouse and showroom with offices for cotton manufacturer Sparrow Hardwick & Company.
Incorporating the ABode collection’s trademark Comfortable, Desirable, Enviable and Fabulous room categories, each of the 61 guestrooms offers a distinct style with quality and comfort at their core and a luxurious bed and the clean lines of a contemporary ensuite bathroom as standard.
Brasserie Abode offers a relaxed, all day venue, in the style of a grand European brasserie and bar. Guests can enjoy brunch, lunch, dinner and cocktails and the all-day menu features plats du jour with a comfortingly, nostalgic nod and time-honoured classics alongside a great value Prix Fixe menu.
ABode Manchester is available for exclusive hire for weddings, corporate events and celebrations and has two meeting rooms available to seat up to 30.
ABode Manchester is an ABode Hotel, part of Andrew Brownsword Hotels. The property currently holds 2 AA Rosettes for Brasserie Abode and 4 AA Black Stars.