CitySuites claims it will ‘revolutionise’ the market for business travellers by offering luxury apartments with facilities including an on-site pool, gym and valet parking.
The group’s debut 17-storey site will include 244 studios, one and two-bed apartments located on Manchester’s Chapel Street in the Greengate regeneration area.
Guests will be able to stay for as little as a week or up to 12 months.
Gavin Bailey, CitySuites operations director, said: “We provide the high quality and customer service of a hotel with the space of a serviced apartment. This combination, along with flexible tenancies simply doesn’t exist in Manchester today and will revolutionise business stays in the city.”
The development is the latest in a boom of hotel and restaurant operators opening in Manchester in the next few years.
London-based boutique hoteliers The Zetter Group are planning to launch their first venue in the city, while former footballers Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs have unveiled plans to build a multi-million-pound hotel, restaurant and housing scheme in central Manchester.
According to a Savills report, the number of upmarket and casual dining restaurants in the city has doubled in the past five years.
Bailey said: “Manchester is the name on the lips of millions of domestic and international business travellers and we believe CitySuites will provide city-centre visitors with an unrivalled new place to call home.”
CitySuites is part of the North West-based Select Property Group, a global development brand.