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Beetham Tower Apartments, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Beetham Tower Apartments
301 Deansgate
Manchester
Greater Manchester

M3 4LQ | View map

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Beetham Tower is a spectacular and beautiful addition to Manchesters skyline. This landmark 'skyscraper' is ideally situated on Manchesters famous Deansgate and at 171 meters is the UKs tallest residential building. (43 meters higher than Londons Barbican) It offers 50 stories of sheer indulgence and our aim is to make it your home from home. A 5 star Hilton International Hotel dominates the first 22 stories with all the bars, restaurants and health and fitness facilities that you would expect from a five star luxury hotel. The *Skybar* situated on the 23rd floor has floor to ceiling windows with unbelievable panoramic views accross Manchester and is simply not to be missed.The Beetham Tower Apartments are literally *head and shoulders* above the competition, situated on floors 25-47 and offer *as far as the eye can see* views, which can only be described as stunning. Each is furnished to the highest standards and has an internal balcony for you to take in the amazing views. (think living on top of the London Eye!)If you are looking for more space and flexibility than a conventional hotel room but want all the facilities of a hotel on hand, then look no further.A maid service will be provided for stays of 3 or more days. Why pay expensive hotel rates when for a comparable price you can stay in your own apartment?

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