Dakota Manchester has revealed plans for an extensive refurbishment of its waterside terrace, to be unveiled in spring 2020.
The 137-bedroom hotel, which opened in May 2019, will benefit from a £1m uplift to its terrace to complement the hotel’s restaurant, bar, Champagne room and cigar garden.
The 170m2 sweeping terrace will be a dedicated outdoor space, with retractable canopies to the roof and sides as well as external heaters in the winter months.
A minimal structure will frame the terrace, with venetian fencing and stone covered flooring creating a modern, contemporary feel.
The redesign concept has been created by KPP Architects and features understated seating and dining areas and muted tones of luxe décor. Green foliage and climbing trees create a ‘hidden hideaway’.
Dakota Manchester’s general manager, Matt Townley said “We are continuing to enhance and invest in Dakota Manchester, to ensure we are offering guests an unparalleled experience in the city. The terrace will bring a new element to the hotel, allowing for private events, drinks receptions and al fresco dining.”
Dakota comprises five hotels across the UK, with further expansion on the horizon.