The Lowry Hotel

At a glance

  • Nightlife

    Bars and nightlife

    A city buzzing with energy, if you’re visiting with friends, head out and explore Manchester’s bars and nightlife.

  • Shopping


    Manchester is a wonderful place to head out for a little retail therapy with its boutiques and shopping centres.

  • Restaurant

    Recommended restaurant

    A five-star hotel needs a five-star restaurant, and that’s exactly what you get at The Lowry.

  • Location


    Centrally located in Manchester, The Lowry is perfectly positioned for a luxury weekend mini break exploring the city.

  • Hotel spa

    Specialised spa

    The hotel’s QMS Skin Spa offers a unique approach to treatments. However, there is no pool.


The Lowry Hotel

50 Dearmans Place, Manchester
M3 5LH

Spa & Leisure

Health and fitness at The Lowry Hotel includes a contemporary gym complete with personal trainers for expert advice. There is no pool, however there is a sauna to enjoy before spa treatments and a relaxation room to head to afterwards. The QMS Skin Spa is a whole new approach to spa treatments, and is where the magic really happens at The Lowry.

The contemporary urban spa is the first UK hotel spa to feature the award-winning QMS Medicosmetics Skincare and Spa Treatment Collection. There are six treatment rooms, a dedicated mani/pedi area, a hair salon and a colonic hydrotherapy clinic. At the centre of it all however are the treatments which offer advanced anti-ageing Collagen Rejuvenation, restorative Skin Cell Renewal and skin enhancing Pure Oxygen facials, as well as an interactive Customised Spa Bar that allows you to create your own treatment.

Hotel & Accommodation

The Lowry Hotel in Manchester city centre is all about five-star luxury and contemporary style. On the banks of the River Irwell the reception is warm and convivial, bringing a delightful blend of vibrancy and a seductive measure of Northern fun. There’s an array of room types available with floor-to-ceiling windows, while dark woods lend a feeling of cosseting, stealthy luxury.

The River Restaurant meanwhile is one of Manchester’s best places to eat and drink overlooking Santiago Calatrava’s Trinity Bridge. Décor includes deep purple leather chairs to sink into, semi-circular banquettes, while Fornasetti plates, and mirrors, lithographs and prints decorate walls. Enjoy a spectacular fine fining menu and in sunny weather head out for an aperitif on Manchester’s longest bar terrace. They also serve a delectable afternoon tea – don’t forget the champagne!