Ke Hotels Set for November Opening of Moxy Manchester City in the UK

United Kingdom, Amersham, Buckinghamshire. November 23, 2021

Moxy Manchester City, a Marriott concept, from KE Hotels, will bring more style and socialising to Manchester's Spinningfields as it opens a brand new 146-modern bedroom hotel, with a cool living room lobby and hip bar. A boutique hotel at heart, Moxy Manchester City is the life and soul of the party, ensuring guests have a good time from the minute they arrive.

SLEEP WITH MOXY: The 146 vibrant Spinningfields bedrooms are cleverly designed to be as productive or as playful as you want. From plush platform beds to a fun-size workspace and comfy lounge chairs, there's something for all your needs. Moxy Manchester City rooms also feature walk-in showers, TVs with Netflix, open-wall closets, and motion activated LED guidelights. Plus, they're pet friendly, so pooches can come too.

MAKING AN ENTRANCE: Moxy Manchester City has done away with the front desk. Head straight to the bar where a complimentary cocktail is served at check-in, alongside the room key.

Bar Moxy is the place to be, for work or play, with hand-crafted drinks, small plates, and upbeat background music. Set in the communal living room lobby, here you can hang out with your closest friends, party with new ones, or keep it strictly business with spaces to work and meet and free & fast WIFI.

Keeping the vibe high, make the most of the barista counter for those early morning wakeups and afternoon-pick-me-ups. Snacks and beverages are available 24/7 to satisfy all your cravings.

LOOKING GOOD: Transforming a former hat factory, the new hotel will give a fresh lease of life to the 18th century building, which is clad in weathered-effect metal panels to give an urban contrast to the original façade that has been retained as part of the new nine-storey structure.

#PlayON #AtTHEMOXY: Join the scene at Moxy Manchester City for affordable fun and endless adventure. A new neighbourhood hotel and hangout, located between Spinningfields and Deansgate; a vibrant district with cool and cultural attractions, stand-out restaurants, and shopping destinations all close by. Moxy Manchester City has thoughtful crew members, offering a first-class Marriott service and a whole load of fun.

Commenting on the opening, Director at KE Hotels, Anil Khanna said: "Moxy Manchester City will be a new playground for the neighbourhood and city. Our play and stay concept is a new way of travelling, designed to give guests everything they want at an affordable price.

"Located in the city's vibrant Spinningfields district, Moxy Manchester City won't take itself too seriously, but it is serious about showing guests a good time. We have smartly spaced rooms, stylish communal areas that are ideal for work and meetings, and a new cool bar for the city.

"We wanted the design of the building to fuse together traditional and contemporary - the exterior is stunning and something very unique, whilst the hotel's interior will feature nods towards the building's industrial past. We can't wait to show Manchester the Moxy lifestyle."

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