Beetham Tower

Yet to be reviewed
  • Visited?
  • Add a Review
  • Visited?
  • Add a Review

General Information

The Beetham Tower also is known as the Hilton Tower is a 47-storey skyscraper situated in Manchester, England. The tower was named after its developers ‘ The Beetham Organisation’ but is known commercially as the Hilton Tower, it was completed in 2006 and was built to a Neomodern style. It is the tallest tower in Manchester at 554ft but is soon to be surpassed by another development in the area. The tower is used for residential property and a hotel.

Getting there

Beetham Tower is situated in the Deansgate area of the city, Deansgate has both a tram station and a railway station named ‘Deansgate’, these are both next to the tower. If travelling by bus, get a bus to Manchester Piccadilly bus station which is a 10-minute walk away.

Opening Times and Admission

The skyscraper is visible across Manchester. Visitors can go up the tower to one of its bars which is situated up the tower. You can book in advance to eat and drink at the bar. The other way to visit the tower is to stay in the hotel.

0 Reviews

Add a Review

Sort:

Yet to be Reviewed

0 User Images

No User Images have been uploaded