The spectacular new Hotel Gotham is now open and designed as 'a fun, witty destination and a little bit naughty: the sexiest hotel in Europe'.
The completely new hotel in the central conservation area of Manchester is set in one of the city's grandest, listed buildings - a former bank premises at 100 King Street designed by Edwin Lutyens and referenced in Pevsner's Architectural Guide.
Of the 60 bedrooms, five are inner sanctum suites. There is a restaurant, and a roof-top bar and club.
The Art Deco building features carvings by local sculptor John Ashton Floyd, and was dubbed the 'King of King Street', due to its grandeur, size and castle-like design.
The building hit the national news in 2010 when it was alleged that safe deposit boxes containing jewellery, gold and master tapes from Joy Division and New Order recording sessions were found on the site.
Working in partnership with the Marshall Construction Group team Bespoke has aimed to open up the character of this majestic building, presenting it to the Manchester public as a hotel they can be truly proud of.
Hotel Gotham has been fully refurbished as a luxury, 5-star hotel in the heart of Manchester's most upmarket shopping district with boutiques such as Hermès, Whistles, Emporio Armani, Agent Provocateur, Mulberry, Thomas Pink, Reiss and Crombie.