Manchester’s St Peter’s Square to get 262-bed aparthotel

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UK: The site of the derelict Peterloo House building in Manchester will be home to a 20-storey hotel and aparthotel operated by Motel One.

To be known as Three St Peter's Square, the building will contain more than 300 hotel rooms up to the eighth floor, and a 262-bed apart-hotel above that.

Councillors signed off the proposals at Manchester's latest planning meeting.

The demolition of Peterloo House, a 1970s office building, will be one of the last elements of the area's regeneration. Numbers One and Two St Peters Square - both office blocks - are already in place, along with new tramlines, a relocated cenotaph and upgraded paving and seating, as well as the refurbished Central Library.

The property will be Motel One's second in Manchester, joining its Piccadilly hotel.

The aparthotel will feature studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments in an L-shaped block. Construction is expected to take just under three years, with 170 jobs created.


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