An extra spacious, very comfortable, light, bright and airy one-bedroom corner apartment with a wide, wraparound balcony and riverside views across to Deansgate (just a three minute walk away) and beyond. The bed has been super sized too. The design theme is 60's Pop with several original pieces.
£2,250 per calendar month. Min 3 month stays.
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This Manchester serviced apartment is located in the heart of
the city centre, at The Edge, just a stone's throw from
Harvey Nichols and Selfridges, next door to both the five star
Lowry Hotel and Santiago Calatrava's eye-catching footbridge but in
a quiet riverside location.
All our apartments are fitted out with an emphasis on comfort, design and technology but this serviced apartment is extra special, in terms of its size, style and views.
The large open plan living room and kitchen lead to an almost equally large bedroom and then bathroom with large walk-in power shower.
In style terms, Brit favourite Tom Dixon joins classics from Olivier Mourgue and Verner Panton in a stylish tribute to 60s pop. If films are your thing, the striking red Djinn chair was featured in the lobby of the orbiting Hilton Hotel, in Kubrick's 2001 A Space Oddysey. The fluffy rug adds to the 60s feel.
There's 24 hour security, free wireless internet access plus an Apple Mac entertainment system.
You also have a secure car parking space beneath the building and access to the modern landscaped garden below.
In the press
'...ours has more than a touch of retro decadence, with its white fur rug, Barbarella-style light fittings and moulded plastic chairs. There's nothing retro about the free wi-fi, Apple Mac, wide-screen TV and espresso maker, however. The bed is huge and inviting and the shower packs a punch. In short, it's perfect.' Joanne O'Connor, Travel Editor, The Observer.
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"Great views, stunning and unusual design, topped off by fantastic service. I'll be back." "Tom Bloxham, Chairman, Urban Splash & Vice Chancellor Manchester University More Reviews
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"Self catering couldn't be more groovy." The Telegraph's Stella magazine
"There are no bellhops nor a gym...instead you get a Mac Mini, free Wi-Fi, an espresso machine and a juicer (oranges included)." The New York Times
"I liked the fact that all the food products were fairtrade/organic (excellent!). The flat was lovely, wish I had somewhere like that in London.." Kate Cater, Life & Style Editor, The Guardian