CELEBRATE VALENTINES DAY AT ONE OF MANCHESTER’S MOST ROMANTIC VENUES

A true icon in central Manchester, The Midland is the perfect place to treat a Valentine to a day out this month.

Steeped in history, The Midland has hosted kings, queens and rock stars since it first opened in 1903. The location for hundreds of first dates and memorable weddings, the hotel was even venue for the wedding of  Rebecca Marks, the daughter of the original owner of retail giant Marks and Spencer

Timelessly elegant and the ideal setting for a date, or for a Galentine’s day out, The Tea Room at The Midland is truly one of a kind. A mainstay of the Manchester social scene since the hotel opened, the opulent surroundings overlooking St Peter’s Square play host to a classic and unforgettable afternoon tea experience – said to be the best in Manchester.

If you’d prefer a classic cocktail date, The Midland Bar is the perfect setting, why not head there for a pre-drink before heading to dinner at one of the hotel’s two on-site restaurants? The vibrant restaurant and bar, Mr Cooper’s adds a modern touch to the Grade II historic building. The restaurant offers classic dishes with exceptional flavours perfect for a relaxed date night. If you’d prefer to impress your date with something more luxurious, the 4AA Rosette restaurant, Adam Reid at The French provides a tasting menu like no other. Names Restaurant of the Year at the 2018 Manchester Food & Drink Festival, this is certainly an impressive venue to woo your Valentine date.

If you wish to extend Valentine’s Day to a romantic getaway, couples can make themselves at home in one of the 312 stylish and comfortable bedrooms.

To book or to find out more please visit https://www.themidlandhotel.co.uk/

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