The Hotel Gotham will open at 100 King Street in Manchester on 7th April 2015, 80-years after the building originally opened. As the name suggests, the hotel is beautifully sleek and sexy, with nods to Batman around the building. Upon arrival guests will be invited to book a time for the Martini trolley to visit their room for a pre-dinner cocktail. The layout of each of the 60 bedrooms features wonderful travel trunk-style cocktail cabinets and wardrobes. Burnished metals teamed with dark polished woods and luxurious leather, are coupled with feminine notes of plum and raspberry; while soft velvet and faux fur are used liberally. Subtle references are made to the banking past with moneybag style laundry bags and ingot toiletry displays. Pops of bright colour emphasise the Art Deco, neoclassical style of the whole building. The Art Deco influence can also be seen in the striking bespoke geometric carpets running throughout the corridors & bedrooms. The bathrooms are dark and luxurious, and each come with distinct fittings reminiscent of the 1920s.