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Malmaison Manchester expands new meetings and events concept to second location

Malmaison Work + Play
Malmaison, the iconic boutique hotel brand, announces the launch of its Work + Play meetings and events space at Malmaison Manchester, following the success of its introduction at Malmaison Birmingham earlier this year.
Work + Play is designed with the needs of today’s dynamic businesses and entrepreneurs in mind, offering flexibility, personality and style. Through it, Malmaison has reinvented the classic hotel meeting space – edgy artwork adorns the walls, sleek glass walls form a bright and open atmosphere and breakout spaces create an inspiring spot for collaboration and idea creation.


The new space features five meeting rooms with a capacity ranging from 8 to 110 - ideal for conferences and training days - and four pods, which offer a more intimate option for smaller meetings. There’s plenty on offer for after-work team building – private dining is available in each of the rooms, and additional options, from wine tasting and cocktail making to bar take-overs and DJs, mean it is a truly adaptable space.   

Available to rent by the day or by the hour, the spaces provide ultra-comfortable seating, facilities for video conferencing and webinars, UHD TVs, and conference calls. Guests can enjoy complimentary soft drinks and delicious options from Malmaison’s brasserie for lunch.  

Paul Roberts, Chief Executive of Malmaison Hotel du Vin said, “We’re incredibly proud of Work + Play. There’s been a great response to the concept at Malmaison Birmingham and we’re excited to now offer it in Manchester. In today’s increasingly connected world more and more people are working on the go. They are looking for somewhere that is both practical and inspiring to spend a few hours. With Work + Play we meet that need”.

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