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YOTEL Manchester Deansgate opens after rebranding

Christian Fernsby |
Rebranding the Qbic hotel on the corner of iconic Deansgate and John Dalton Street, the new Yotel sits in a top spot for exploring the best of Manchester’s bars, restaurants, culture, shopping and live music venues.

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With 261 cabins, each full to the brim with personality and texture, the hotel is ideal for those looking for a boutique stay experience but without the hefty price tag. All equipped with comfy and organic Naturalmat mattresses, large TVs, refreshing rain-showers and free super-fast WiFi.

Keeping true to the brand’s sustainability strategy, the hotel also boasts top-notch green credentials including energy efficient LED lighting which automatically turn off when not needed, solar panels to generate electricity and eco-friendly showers that reduce water usage.

The ground floor of the hotel is also home to Motley, a quirky restaurant and bar with outdoor terrace popular with locals and guests alike. From lunch till late, the menu offers uncomplicated and good for the soul dishes that are low-mileage, ingredient-led, homely and seasonal. The bar offers a wide selection of draft beers from local breweries, including its very own Motley Lager, as well as a superb choice of spritzers, wines and cocktails.

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