- Free WiFi
With a stay at Hotel Gotham in Manchester (Market Street), you’ll be minutes from Manchester Art Gallery and Albert Square. This 5-star hotel is within close proximity of Manchester City Hall and St. Ann’s Church.
Make yourself at home in one of the 60 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and designer toiletries. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Take in the views from a rooftop terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.
Food & Drink
Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel’s 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Planning an event in Manchester? This hotel features 0 square feet (0 square meters) of event facilities.
How to Get There
Situated at the top of King Street in one of Manchester old Bank buildings Gotham is quite a quirky themed hotel. Because the reception is on the 6th floor you need to give your name to the doorman at the entrance to gain entry then its up in the lift to the 6th floor where there are the two smallest check-in desks you will ever see in a hotel of this standard, then it is back into the lift to go down to your room - the hotel is quite dark fitting it's theme but everything is in very small proportions as is your bedroom with a small double bed, bathroom and shower to be fair were a good size. The bar - again up in the lift to the 6th floor and then up another flight of stairs was disappointing the two balconied areas are very small and if you end up sat next to somebody who is smoking there is no where else to move. Overall the staff we came across were very friendly but its hard to see why you would return to this hotel with much better hotels in Manchester only a stones throw away offering larger rooms and good service for a similar price...
Lovely afternoon tea on the 6th floor. Large choice of teas and we were asked if there were any particular dietary requirements as sandwiches were made to order. 4 varieties of sandwiches arrived, 2 scones each with clotted cream and home made preserve. A macaroon, coconut slice, a pot of gooseberry crumble, anda very rich chocolate torte
The staff were professional and attentive and the surroundings very clean and smart
We stayed as a couple in a clubroom.
The room was stunning and quirky, beautiful and spotlessly clean, cannot fault it.
The lady who checked us in and Scottish guy who checked us out were both fast and efficient and friendly and lovely.
The breakfast staff were welcoming and friendly and lovely.
The two evening doorman, a young guy and older guy with cool curly moustaches were friendly and funny and welcoming.
The morning doorman is absolutely awful, he needs to go to customer service school and learn not to look his nose down upon people, he treated us badly when we left our bags, he was too busy chatting to his mate and we had to wait 5 minutes until he stopped talking. When we left this morning, me and my partner both said thanks have a nice day and once again he looked his nose down at us and never even spoke, he should be taught not to treat customers like something on the bottom of his shoe.
Please give this rude man some customer service skills and tell him he should treat all customers the same and not look his nose down upon people.
The only other bad thing was the breakfast, it took 40 minutes to arrive and we were not offered toast it seems everyone else was.
When it finally arrived it was cold and the beans were not heinz. The veggie sausages were nice but cold.
The coffee was good and breakfast staff nice.
The morning doorman and cold breakfast put me off and I will probably not return because of this.
Hotel Gotham prides itself on it’s quirkiness. Starting with the reception being on the top floor all the way through to the hotel guide being a newspaper it has thought through its eccentricities. That said the room was of a high quality with a great bathroom. The staff are friendly and efficient and the food I had for room service was lovely.
Everything about this hotel is very nice from the excellent rooms to most of the staff who are polite and efficient. The rooms are very well equipped with coffee makers and a large comfy bed.
My only gripe would be the staff, two in particular need to go back to charm school I think. One on the concierge desk more or less challenged me like a sentry when I walked in the Hotel front door, I obviously don't look like the type to stay at such a nice hotel!!!
The second was in the bar, we returned after a pleasant night out and went to the bar for a night cap, the young lady barked across the bar at us " you will have to pay now the tab is closed" what this meant I still don't know and can only suppose there was some event on in the bar. There is no excuse for this type of behaviour either at the beginning or the end of a long day and would with the concierge put me off returning.