The Edwardian Manchester has announced it will welcome guests back when the hotel, restaurant and bar reopen their doors on 3 September.

The five-star Edwardian Manchester has introduced new ‘Stay with Confidence’ procedures to ensure the safety of guests and staff, including enhanced cleaning protocols, improved air circulation, contactless technology for check-in and check-out, PPE for staff, and additional health and safety training.

In addition, the hotel has invested in new sanitation tools that are proven to disinfect and kill viruses such as the Coronavirus, and will ensure all bedrooms, public and back of house areas are cleaned rigorously.

Peter Street Kitchen, the hotel’s luxury Japanese and Mexican inspired restaurant will also reopen with reduced capacity to allow for social distancing, limiting tables to six guests, encouraging reservations and participating in Government Track and Trace for walk-in guests.

The restaurant retains its 5* Star Food Hygiene rating, and has introduced digital menus with QR codes and contactless payments as an option to guests.

The Library curated by Assouline will also be welcoming guests with limited capacity, enhanced cleaning and social distancing. Continuing to offer 5 Star Service whilst keeping guests and staff safe.

The Edwardian Manchester will resume its meetings and events offer, following the same cleaning and social distancing procedures across the property. Meeting and event planners, and guests attending events have access to a unique AI virtual host – Edward is available 24/7 via the app or through SMS messaging, allowing direct communication  with the operations team without disturbing your meeting.

In addition, a hybrid meeting option will be available, offering the perfect blend of real interaction and virtual
convenience. Meet with people in various locations with HD image clarity, crisp sound and uninterrupted connectivity.

You can find out more about the new operating procedures and ‘Stay with Confidence’ on The Edwardian website.