You Can Now Stay At A Peaky Blinders Hotel
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Featured Image Credit: BBC/Hotel Gotham website
It’s official: you can now stay at the actual hotel from Peaky Blinders.
From the moment they check-in, fans of the BBC series will experience the lavish lifestyle of the 1930s where the Peaky Blinders’ Midland Hotel scenes were filmed.
In real life, the scenes were shot outside Manchester’s Hotel Gotham, a luxurious five-star establishment that has made its claim to fame after appearing in the sixth series of the show.
The hotel is regarded as one of the top hotels in the city and is frequently a hub for celebrity guests like Simon Cowell, Jennifer Hudson and Will.i.am and larger-than-life parties since its opening in 2015.
Hotel Gotham features 60 bedrooms spread out on seven floors, with their very own fine dining restaurant, Honey, on the sixth floor which is available to both the public and hotel guests.
Sky Brass, the highly-exclusive private bar, sits pretty on the very top floor, and features three outdoor areas with stunning views across the city’s skyline.
The infamous Art Deco theme, which the series is known for, is sprawled out over the hotel’s grand interiors, while the hotel’s staff are kept in with the theme by dressing in suits and period dresses.
The hotel even offers a Bentley chauffeur service, as well as luxurious facial treatments from their spa, Face Place, in the complex.
Hotel Gotham has confirmed that the series did indeed film outside the hotel, but did not film inside.
Series bosses renamed the venue the Midland Hotel for the purposes of the Peaky storyline and were said to film in Manchester during spring and summer in 2021.
You can book a stay at Hotel Gotham here.
Peaky Blinders continues on Sundays at 9pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
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