The hotel offers 165 bedrooms including six suites and the Charles Forte Presidential Suite; contemporary whilst being luxurious and comfortable with the largest rooms in the city.
With floor-to-ceiling windows to catch the northern English light, sunshine bounces off the neutral tones. Dark woods lend a feeling of cosseting, stealthy luxury, while in-room technological features ensure your stay is as smooth as the fresh-pressed sheets on your super king-sized, wool-backed bed.
Privacy is a given, from the simplest double to the six riverside suites fashioned after private apartments and the prestigious presidential suite.
The River Bar & Grill. Modern flair, classic British dishes.
This is one of Manchester’s best restaurants to eat and drink in a glass-walled, riverside setting. The convivial atmosphere is also deeply luxurious with purple leather chairs, semi-circular banquettes, while Fornasetti plates, mirrors and lithographs and prints decorate walls.
A talented team of chefs source the best produce from across the UK, including hand-dived scallops from Orkney, slow-smoked salmon from Inverawe Smokehouse, beef from the Duke of Buccleuch Estates and chicken from Goosnargh, on the edge of the Ribble Valley. Not to forget lobsters caught daily off Scotland’s East Coast.
At The Lowry Hotel, you will find Manchester’s longest bar terrace — an open-air first-floor terrace for al fresco dining where you can enjoy a drink or meal from the bar or restaurant. Open year-round, The Terrace is perfect for summer afternoon get-togethers in this urban suntrap overlooking the River Irwell.
The Lowry Spa
A light-soaked first-floor spa is a contemporary space to enjoy treatments from world-class brands, including Elemis, Carita, St. Tropez and Orly Gel Fx, with treatments suitable for men, women and mothers-to-be.
Two relaxation rooms, six treatment rooms (including one for couples), separate male and female changing areas, a sauna, and quiet corner for a healthy lunch — all of these amenities nurture your wellbeing while staying in the heart of the city.
Health & Fitness
The gym at The Lowry Hotel is fully outfitted with free weights and modern Technogym equipment, as well as mats for floor work and stretching. Personal trainers are available and the local area also features numerous running and walking routes.
From Premier League giants; Manchester United and Manchester City to the catwalks with high-end retailers Harvey Nichols and Selfridges. Manchester is the perfect location for visitors attracted to the city’s mix of football, culture, countryside and shopping.
Or follow the art trail with a tour of LS Lowry’s homes, haunts and painting locations with a permanent display from the great artist at the The Lowry Arts Centre, Salford
Glass on two-sides of the hotel’s three-floor atrium reveals the hotel’s unique position. On one side is the River Irwell, with access to the shops of Deansgate via a pedestrianised walkway and Calatrava-designed bridge; on the other side is Salford, where businesses thrive alongside fashionable residential conversions of former factories.