GG Hospitality managing director Stuart Procter confirmed to C&IT that the former football stars had gained permission to turn Manchester’s historic Stock Exchange into a 35-room boutique hotel.
The Grade II-listed property will also include a rooftop private members' terrace, restaurant, bar, as well as a gym and spa. It will also feature conference facilities.
The Stock Exchange hotel is not expected to be football-themed, although GG Hospitality do have plans to roll out the Hotel Football brand in other locations once further research has been carried out.
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