The Lowry Hotel
The Lowry Hotel is a pioneering property, and was the first five-star hotel to open in Greater Manchester and the only member of Leading Hotels of the World. Even in a city that prides itself on innovation and image; its cutting edge design stands out. The curved glass fronted façade is nothing short of a local landmark, and it makes for a dramatic, memorable venue for any event. The hotel is ideally situated on the banks of the River Irwell in the heart of the city.
The Lowry Hotel has a self-contained floor dedicated to conference and banqueting with a separate entrance at street level. With a variety of rooms with full flexibility from a boardroom meeting for 10 to a reception for 600 no challenge is too big and the hotel will even crane a car into the 2rd floor ballroom if that is what your event requires.
The Lowry Hotel is not only the perfect venue for conference and business events but are also highly popular for gala dinners, birthdays and weddings. The hotel will work with event organisers to make sure your event is enjoyed by all your guests.
The Lowry Hotel was awarded a kosher license from the highly regarded Beth Din. The new kosher menu has already proven itself to be a huge success with Manchester’s Jewish community, which makes up a large part of The Lowry Hotels loyal customer base. The hotel is able to cater to Weddings, Bar or Bat Bat Mitzvahs without using an external outside caterer.
In addition The Lowry Hotel offers the very highest quality accommodation, facilities and services including 165 bedrooms (six riverside suites and the Presidential suite. All rooms are furnished to make any stay – business or pleasure – a memorable one with walk in wardrobes and marble ensuite bathrooms and many boast views over the river.
The River Bar & Grill with its modern, grill menu has also benefits from a Private Dining Room seating up to 24 people, the luxurious Lowry Spa, offers a wide variety of rejuvenation solutions for both men and women, creating a perfect spa synergy of technology and traditional healing.