Venue Spotlight: Stock Exchange Hotel Manchester

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For our next Venue Spotlight, Olivia has chosen Stock Exchange Hotel Manchester.

Why is Stock Exchange Hotel great for meetings and events?

Set within the former home of the Manchester Stock Exchange; every detail has been meticulously considered to create our luxury, boutique accommodation and capture the spirit and heritage of the building.

This boutique 5-star hotel is made up of 40 bedrooms. Each room is spacious with a dressing area, and a large en-suite bathroom with a steam shower and free-standing bathtub provide the perfect setting for rest and rejuvenation. On the 5th floor you will find ‘The House’ an exclusive, fully serviced residence, with its own roof terrace offering views over and across the Manchester skyline. Stock Exchange Hotel has been listed on The Sunday Times ‘Best Places to Stay’ list in 2020 and 12th on the Luxury Travel Intelligence ‘Best New Luxury Hotels’ in 2019.

The Bull & Bear restaurant is in the former trading room of the old Northern Stock Exchange. The Grade II listed landmark is a striking example of Edwardian architecture. The Bull & Bear is no doubt one of Manchester’s most spectacular places to eat. Tom Kerridge is a Michelin-starred chef and an expert in refined British classics with a twist. Hidden within the Stock Exchange is a space that is reserved for the most private of transactions. The Bank offers an intimate setting for private dining for up to 14 people. The Stock Exchange provides an intimate, exclusive and light hearted experience in equal measure.

Why Olivia loves this venue:

I love this property because it epitomises British luxury hotels for me. Rich in culture, out of this world interiors from the floors to the door handles, and a Michelin-starred chef managing their restaurant. Manchester isn’t spoken about enough as a city that does luxury well but if everyone had visited the Stock Exchange, I have no doubt it absolutely would be.