Blythe, a luxury hotel on the edge of Manchester, has been awarded the contract for the construction of a luxury luxury hotel.
The building will use a flat top floor, and the roof will be made of the same material as the rest of the structure.
The project has been given the go-ahead by the Manchester City Council.
The building will take four months to complete and will have an indoor pool, spa and outdoor terrace.
The cost is expected to be £1.5 million, according to the Guardian.
The construction is part of a wider £2.3 million contract for a new hotel to be built in the city centre, the Guardian reports.
More from BBC Sport: The construction is being completed as part of the Manchester Development Plan, which was unveiled in May, and will see the city’s first mixed-use development.
Blythe is a four-star hotel which has the capacity to accommodate up to 30,000 guests and is being built as part in the Manchester city-wide regeneration plan.
Manchester City, which is currently planning a £1 billion stadium and stadium-like venue in the heart of the city, will be the new owners of the site.
Construction is due to start on the hotel in 2019.
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