*2014 Winner of 'HOTEL OF THE YEAR' at
*The French awarded four AA rosettes at the AA
*Winner of 'Best Restaurant (outside of London)' for
The French by Simon Rogan at the Food & Travel Reader Awards!
*Mr Cooper's House & Garden Awarded 'Manchester
Restaurant of the Year at the Cheshire & Lancashire Life Food
& Drink Awards!*
It is hard to know where to begin with the breathtaking hotel,
The Midland. The impressive building stands proud in the heart
of Manchester's city centre, and over the course of its 100 year
history, the hotel has played host to Kings, Queens, Presidents,
Prime Ministers and rock stars.
If you are looking for a hotel in Manchester, the
location of The Midland is hard to beat. Just 200m from
Oxford Road Station, 800m from Piccadilly Station and across the
road from Manchester Central; the hotel provides great
accessibility for both business travellers and leisure guests.
The Midland is an inspiring conference venue.
This is where Rolls met Royce and throughout the years many a
business deal has been thrashed out within the walls. The 14
conference and meeting rooms vary in style, from the largest and
most contemporary Alexandra Suite, to the historical wood panelled
setting of the Stanley Suite.
The Midland offers a choice of sumptuous bedrooms and
suites all opulently decorated and oozing charm and character.
Within the hotel there are two fabulous restaurants including The
French by Simon Rogan, which has been awarded three AA
Rosettes. No visit to the hotel would be complete without
indulging in the hotel's famous afternoon tea. The Midland also has
a second restaurant by Simon Rogan, Mr Cooper's House & Garden,
which has been awarded two AA Rosettes.
So whether you are visiting Manchester on business or
you're on a leisure break and discovering the sights that are on
offer; the facilities and team at The Midland will ensure your stay
is an experience never to be forgotten.
Book your stay now at The
Midland hotel in Manchester and benefit from QHotels' best rate
We're pleased to
announce we won 'Best Restaurant (outside of London)' for The
French by Simon Rogan at the Food & Travel Reader