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In Manchester’s most celebrated building, the historic Free Trade Hall, stylish spaces create a mood of understated luxury in the city centre, moments from Manchester Central and MICC.
Sienna Spa, deep in the building’s vaults, is a blissful urban hideaway, and dramatic red lanterns lend a decadent air to Opus One bar and restaurant. Through the hotel’s soaring lobby, Steak & Lobster is a relaxed alternative for dress-down dining.
At our award winning Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester you'll find two stunning restaurants to suit your occasion and a Champagne bar.
Opus One Bar and Restaurant The soaring ceilings and red velvet walls of Opus One add a touch of contemporary glamour to this dramatic space. For an unforgettable evening in the heart of Manchester this is the perfect choice.
Opus One Highly Commended at the VisitEngland Awards for Excellence
Opus Reserve Opus Reserve is the latest drinking den to hit Manchester. Located in the historic Colonnade of the iconic Free Trade Hall, Opus Reserve is the new stand-alone Champagne bar at our award winning hotel.
Steak & Lobster at ALTO ALTO, with its floor to ceiling windows, clean, contemporary lines and understated decor, is ideal for informal dining. The latest, inspiring, dining experience to launch in Manchester is Steak & Lobster at Alto restaurant. The new concept: no menu, just a simple choice between the eponymous mains.