Stock Exchange Hotel
Manchester, GREATER MANCHESTER
- Social distancing and safety measures in place
- Follows government and industry guidelines for COVID-19
- Signed up to the AA COVID Confident Charter
We will be resting rooms for at least 24 hours after the last guest. We have obtained and are using a sanitising fogging machine. This can be used for both the rooms and soft furnishings, due to the fact that the virus can sit there for 2 hours. This procedure will eradicate this. When our guests arrive, they will receive a welcome gift of a sealed sanitiser kit. The lifts will only be used as one room = one lift. We will be upgrading to keyless locks and introducing mobile check in within the next three month. There are auto sanitiser dispensers on each floor by the key reader. There will also be a social distancing notice on each floor and we will have a 'COVID Marshall' on each shift to ensure specified social distancing is taking place
FROM THE ESTABLISHMENT
Stock Exchange Hotel has seven different room types, which each have their own unique features. All thirty-nine rooms are equipped with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a fridge, a coffee machine, a shower, a hairdryer and a desk. At the hotel every room is fitted with a wardrobe and a private bathroom. ‘The Bull & Bear’ restaurant, celebrates chef Tom Kerridge’s signature cooking style – British classics prepared with incredible produce – in the informal and elegant setting of the renovated Northern Stock Exchange building.
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The Greater Manchester conurbation incorporates the towns of Bolton, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport and Wigan, and has the vibrant city of Manchester as its administrative headquarters.
Manchester was founded in Roman times, and developed during the 17th century as a textile town, becoming the centre of the English cotton industry. Its magnificent Victorian Gothic public buildings are reminders of Manchester’s prosperous heyday. The Manchester Ship Canal was completed in 1894, linking the Mersey with the sea and bringing ocean-going vessels into Manchester, enabling the city to compete with its rival, Liverpool.
The city of Manchester today is alive with a vibrant youth culture (it has England’s largest student population), a flourishing club scene, and a whole range of multi-cultural festivals and events. To take in the atmosphere, take a stroll around one of Britain’s largest Chinatowns, or wander down to Rusholme to take in the tempting aromas of curry houses and browse among the sari shops, Asian grocers and Indian sweet shops. The city is also home to the world’s longest-running soap opera – Coronation Street.
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