Memorable meetings and events in Manchester

With a new modern style, The Edwardian Manchester brings the Free Trade Hall’s heritage to life. Think striking architecture and versatile spaces that inspire events of all kinds, from corporate functions to picturesque weddings.

Behind the hotel’s characteristic façade lie 263 rooms, 20 event spaces, two restaurants, and a state-of-the-art spa. It truly is a destination hotel in an up-and-coming destination. Discover a world of vibrant experiences both inside and outside of our doors.

The Edwardian Manchester, A Radisson Collection Hotel - Meeting Room - Hallé Suite

Big Events

Capacities to host up to 500 attendees in our 20 event spaces make The Edwardian Manchester the natural choice for large occasions, whether you go grand in the Hallé Suite or combine our smaller spaces.

The Edwardian Manchester, A Radisson Collection Hotel - Peter Street Kitchen - Cod fillets with red chilli coriander salsa


Our menus are composed by a culinary team behind several award-winning restaurants. The dining experiences are created to look and taste like restaurant cuisine, prepared using locally sourced ingredients.

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Our central location on Manchester’s Peter Street provides direct access to a range of out-of-hours experiences, as well as key transport links across and out of the city.

Meetings and Events - ClickShare presentation system


Whether you are hosting a hybrid meeting or require state-of-the-art performance staging, The Edwardian Manchester is equipped with the technology to ensure a seamless experience. We also have on-site AV technicians to assist with anything you may need.

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Free Trade Hall

The Grade II*-listed Free Trade Hall we now call home is steeped in a long history of culture and conflict, from its inception on the site of the Peterloo Massacre to its bombing in the Manchester Blitz. Before we transformed the building in 2004, it was a venue for political speeches and performances from the likes of Charles Dickens and Winston Churchill, and home to the iconic Hallé Orchestra.

Key features

  • 20 Meeting rooms

  • 500 person max. capacity

  • Free Wi-Fi

  • Natural daylight

  • Boardroom

  • Breakout area

  • Catering service