Plans for Manchester City Centre Yotel set for approval



Plans for the £17m conversion of the grade-II listed former Union Bank Building and construction of a 20-storey building into a 258-bedroom Yotel in Manchester City Centre have been recommended for approval.

The affordable hotel chain offering cabin-style rooms, by the founders of Yo! Sushi, will be the first Yotel hotel outside of an airport in the UK.

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Other Yotel properties operate in London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Amsterdam, Schiphol and New York.

The Union Bank Building, in the Piccadily area of Manchester, has been empty since 2006.


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