Boutique hotel located in the heart of Manchester
Stock Exchange Hotel, opened its doors on the 15th November 2019 with restaurant The Bull & Bear by Chef Tom Kerridge, located in the grand domed room which was previously the trading floor of the Stock Exchange.
The former Stock Exchange building, located in the heart of Manchester, is a striking example of Edwardian architecture from the 20th Century and has been meticulously transformed into a hotel offering a collection of 40 rooms and suites, including two signature suites and a stunning 3,500 square foot penthouse residence.
Co-owned by Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and hotelier Winston Zahra, is managed and operated by GG Hospitality.
The hotel’s interiors were designed by internationally renowned design studio Autoban. Their bespoke design – a subtle arrangement of a light palette of colours, combined with luxurious materials, original marble, brass, glass and woodwork – ensures guests will experience spaces deeply rooted in the history and heart of the city, crafted around the remarkable stories of the building.
Dining – The Bull & Bear
The heart and soul of the hotel is The Bull & Bear by chef Tom Kerridge, housed under the magnificent dome which for decades was the trading floor of the Stock Exchange. The space has been designed to be a social space where people can enjoy quality food in a casual and relaxed atmosphere.
Tom’s first Manchester concept is an approachable and social space, blurring the lines between elegance and informality, with a menu reflecting Tom’s signature style of refined British classics.
Rooms, Suites, Signature Suites & Residence
The collection of unique rooms and suites can be booked as individual rooms or combined into a number of configurations, creating interconnected spaces ideal for guests visiting the city for business or leisure and for families or groups. Whole floors can be hired with full interconnecting capability and the building is also available to be booked out in its entirety for exclusive use.
Room & Suite Collections
The Bradshaw, John Gass and Arthur Hope room collections pay respect to the architects who originally designed the Portland stone building which originally opened in 1906. Additionally, the Kent and Norfolk suite collections complement what will be a very unique accommodation offering in the city.
In addition to the room and suite collections, the hotel includes two signature suites – The 1906 Suite and The Boardroom Suite, measuring 1,070 and 1,700 square feet respectively. The signature suites are available for both short and long term fully serviced stays at the Hotel.
Suite Nineteen ‘0’ Six
Named after the year in which the Stock Exchange opened for trading, is located on the newly constructed fourth floor of the building. Comprising two bedrooms, this 1,070 square foot suite is a great space for families and friends who want to reside in the same room while retaining an element of privacy.
The Boardroom Suite
Accessed via a private staircase off the main lobby of the hotel, is located in one of the most historically significant and architecturally preserved parts of the building – the original Stock Exchange boardroom. Designed to honour its past, the 1,700 square foot space boasts a number of original features, including marble pillars, wood panelling, an ornamental fireplace, stained glass windows, and the original Stock Exchange vault. Other features include a walk-in wardrobe, a large lounge area, dining room and small fitness room. The Boardroom Suite can be extended to 2,300 square feet with the addition of an interconnecting suite that also includes its own private terrace.