The hot tub above the hubbub

Relax in the hot tub high above the Manchester hubbub. Skyline Apartment sits high and handsome above the city beat, just yards from the bars, bistros and beat of the city. This is a party palace where up to a dozen hens or stags can get the city thing well and truly licked.

Party perfect on the city’s roof

Right in the heart of the city, the main attractions are a saunter away. Two-bedroom Skyline Apartment sits high and handsome above the buzz of downtown Manchester, just yards from Deansgate Quay and the Bridgewater Hall. This is party perfection for hens and stags best enjoyed from the roof.

Head out to the sun terrace to drink and dine with a view of the soaring city skyline. Then keep the party going with a dip in the eight-seat bubbling hot tub. High above the hubbub of the city, chillaxing in the churning water, your only nagging question might be: how did they get this thing up here?

Relax, it’s not your problem. In fact, you can forget all your cares, as the free wifi whistles around and Sky serves up a match or a movie on the 40” TV in the comfy lounge. Cook in the kitchen or call out for kebabs as you luxuriate on the L-shaped leather chair or out on the terrace at the top of the city.

Party-perfect Skyline Apartment sleeps a dozen in deep doubles. Sleep off the excesses in the world’s comfiest beds and revive with a power shower in one of two bathrooms. Breakfast al-fresco with coffee and croissants, then take an early-morning dip. You’re ready for another round of concerts, cocktails and camaraderie.

Hot tub and garden

No roses or rhododendrons here. Just plenty of space to party with an extra guest in the shape of the soaring Manchester skyline.

Let your penthouse party spill out onto the terrace. Take coffee and croissants as a morning pick-me-up with a pair of Paracetamol and breathe the city air, then break out the champers at night as you toast the city views.

High above the city, what could be cooler than a hot tub? Top off your day by sliding into the bubbles and relaxing beneath the stars. After a tough night on the tiles, you’ve earned it.

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Living spaces

Arguably, you’ll want to spend most of your time out in the big blue air, savouring the view over the skyscrapers. If so, you can make yourself comfortable around the covered dining table, on the sun loungers or in the bubbling hot tub. Break out the beers or the bubbly and get the party started.

There’s plenty space back indoors, though. Space to spread out on the leather sofas in front of the flatscreen wall TV and catch a match or a movie. Space around the dining table to plug into the wifi and escape with headphones and Netflix. And space to laugh, chat and remember what friends are for.

This is the ultimate party pad for a dozen hens or stags. Décor is city-slick, with freestanding lamps, cityscape artwork, a fluffy rug and wooden floors. It’s a place to regroup, re-energise and gear up to take the town once more.

Bedrooms

Pick from two bedrooms at Skyline Apartment, each with towering views across the cityscape. Reviews describe the beds as the best around, with soft cotton and deep mattresses. Sleep off any excesses, then it’s breakfast on the terrace.

Bedroom one comes with space for eight in four doubles, while bedroom two offers two doubles. There are two bathrooms for revival and rejuvenation.

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What people say

What people say

"Wow what a fabulous venue for a hen party! An amazing hot tub and great views." - Sarah

Clubs, cocktails and culture

Manchester’s a 24/7 treadmill of clubs, cocktails and culture. By night, The Alchemist and Kosmonaut offer exotic infusions, the Palace puts on top shows and the Bridgewater Hall’s good for gigs. Shop by day at The Lowry Outlet and the Trafford Centre, ski at Chill Factore, or vulture the culture at the Manchester Museum.

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