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Premier Hospitality 10.3

Premier Hospitality 10.3
Written by Roma Publications

This Month in Premier Hospitality 10.3

Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Hospitality.

In this month’s issue we take a look at the Marlin Hotel; we check out Native Manchester; and we unveil The Alchemist BrindleyPlace.

Now open, the Marlin Hotel is a new contemporary 300-bed venue at the heart of one of Dublin’s most desirable areas. Surrounded by some of Dublin’s oldest townhouses, the creation of the Marlin required a sensitive and considered approach.

Natural materials and a great deal of colour help create a fun and quirky space that draws guests in. To find out more about this grand project, we’ve spoken to the hotel’s architect, designer and contractor.

Native Manchester at Ducie Street Warehouse is an innovative new multi-use aparthotel in Manchester’s historic Northern Quarter. This is Native’s biggest and most ambitious opening to date, spread across six floors of a former Victorian cotton warehouse close to Manchester Piccadilly Station.

The Grade II listed building has been re-imagined by David Archer and Julie Humphryes of Archer Humphryes Architects, the firm behind Chiltern Firehouse and the new Standard Hotel, London. 166 high quality apartments provide stylish city centre accommodation with unrivalled space and facilities for guests, including eight luxury penthouse apartments each with their own private outdoor terrace.

On the 23rd August, The Alchemist opened its second site in Birmingham at BrindleyPlace. The new site follows in the footsteps of its current popular site in Birmingham’s City Centre, which has become a firm favourite since opening its doors back in 2006.

The Alchemist, famed for its distinctive cocktails and food offering is also known for its iconic interiors, which are unique to each location. BrindleyPlace is no exception, with gothic-style décor and dark interiors; this new site offers a destination to continue evening escapades, taking locals from cocktails at The Alchemist on Colmore Row, to live music and late-night dancing at BrindleyPlace.

With all this and more it’s time to sit back and tuck into another helping of Premier Hospitality. Go well!

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