Edwardian Hotels London and Radisson Hotel Group, has announced that following a multi-million-pound renovation, the Manchester property is relaunching as The Edwardian Manchester, A Radisson Collection Hotel.
The hotel is the third property in the UK to join the Radisson Collection, a compilation of Radisson Hotel Group’s “exceptional premium lifestyle properties, set in prestigious locations.”
The Edwardian Manchester, encompassing Manchester’s listed Free Trade Hall, reflects the “energy, confidence and progressive spirit of the city’s neighbourhood.”
Jasminder Singh OBE, chairman and CEO of Edwardian Hotels London, said: “This is a substantial milestone for Edwardian Hotels London and for Manchester, with the property being recognised as our second Radisson Collection hotel.
“It is a testament to the team’s world-class service and Manchester’s significant role in the UK’s business and hospitality sectors.”
He added: “The Edwardian Manchester joins The May Fair Hotel as a Radisson Collection property, further cementing our long-standing strategic partnership with Radisson Hotel Group.”
Federico J. González-Tejera, president and CEO of Radisson Hospitality, said, “Expanding the Radisson Collection brand in the UK is a great achievement. The ambition of Radisson Collection is to offer our guests iconic hotels around the world that provide an exceptional experience while reflecting the individual character of each location.
“The historic and cultural significance of The Edwardian Manchester makes it the ideal addition to the collection, and celebrates our successful partnership with Edwardian Hotels London.”