Princes Street

74 Princes Street Manchester M1 6JD • From $150 Per Day
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  • Studio, One, & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment

Property Details

About this property

Set in a beautiful 19th century heritage building located in the Civic quarter and only minutes from Manchester’s Northern Quarter, a neighbourhood home to some of the city’s best independent bars and shops and famed for its eccentric nightlife.

Designed by Grzywinski+Pons, the creative wizards behind Leman Locke and Eden Locke, this former cotton mill has been re-imagined into a 21st century living space with you in mind. You'll have full access to our stunning communal spaces, which includes a coffee shop, restaurant, co-working space and workout studio, all positioned around our beautiful glass-atriumed bar. Ranging from 25sqm to an impressive 80sqm, the spacious, one-of-a-kind apartments at Whitworth Locke offer far more space than any boutique hotel room. Each one is slightly different, with the cotton factory’s original features and large windows creating a contemporary, warehouse-style feel. 

 

Amenities

Equipped Kitchen
Free Wi-Fi
Weekly Housekeeping
24h support
Fitness Centre

Property Location

About Manchester, UK

Learn About This Location

Raised on lofty ambition and not afraid to speak up, Manchester is – in terms of geography and history – England's second city, although if you were to ask a local what it's like to be second they could reply, 'Don't know, ask a Londoner'.

The uncrowned capital of the north deserves the title. It has a rich history and culture, easily learned about in its museums and galleries. While history makes the city interesting, its hedonistic distractions make Manchester fun: you can dine, drink and dance yourself into content oblivion.

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