Read about the new King Street Townhouse being built in the centre of Manchester complete with rooftop infinity pool

Work continues a pace on King Street Townhouse, located on Booth Street in the Upper King Street conservation area, and set to open late Summer 2015.  In addition to luxurious and unique accommodation, this stunning redevelopment will also offer guests a chance to rise above the hustle and bustle of the busy streets and experience Manchester’s first hotel rooftop infinity pool. 

Boasting panoramic views of Manchester’s fascinating architectural skyline, whether you want to lounge, socialise or play, the King Street Townhouse Infinity Pool will ensure a hotel stay well-spent. 

Libby Morris of the Eclectic Group said:  “Our infinity spa pool will offer a haven of calm, beauty and peace in sharp contrast to the feverish activity and excitement of the city below, something we consider to be aptly `Eclectic` and something we are very excited about.”

artist’s impression of the King Street Townhouse rooftop infinity pool

Artist’s impression of the King Street Townhouse rooftop infinity pool

Eclectic Hotels, owned by Eamonn and Sally O’Loughlin, currently operate a total of four unique destinations with Manchester, and have a wealth of knowledge in respectfully converting historic buildings.  The group currently comprises of Great John Street Hotel, the former Atherton Street Old School House, Didsbury House Hotel Eleven Didsbury Park Hotel, both previously Victorian villas, and also  On The 7th Member’s Club at Media City UK.

King Street Townhouse, a Grade II listed building, will be Eclectic Hotels’ second city-centre hotel and facilities will include:

·         40 bedrooms and suites

·         King Street Tavern (bar, restaurant and afternoon tea rooms)

·         Conferencing and event space for up to 150 people including south facing roof terrace

·         Residents gym

·         Spa treatment rooms.

·         Infinity Spa pool

·         South facing roof lounge & Terrace for private hire