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Hotel Gotham Aligns with San Francisco’s Wingtip Club

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Hotel Gotham’s Club Brass, the exclusive VIP lounge on the seventh floor of the award-winning Manchester property, is delighted to announce its partnership with San Francisco’s renowned WingTip, which will see members on both sides of the pond able to enjoy visits to their counterpart, alongside access to ticketed events and exclusive discounts on stays.

Located in the spectacular former home of the Bank of Italy in San Francisco’s Financial District, The Wingtip Club occupies 13,000 square feet over two floors, and boasts an intoxicating blend of social club, private bar, roof deck, and even a boardroom fit for the President himself. Club Brass members will not only be able to enjoy regular visits to the Club, along with access to its many ticketed events available to purchase, but will also benefit from exclusive preferential rates at stateside partners including multiple luxury hotels in the city.

In turn, Wingtip members paying a visit to the UK will be able to unwind and indulge in the surroundings of Club Brass, overlooking King Street in the heart of Manchester, as well as enjoy 10% off accommodation across the Bespoke Hotels portfolio.

“We are absolutely delighted to announce the collaboration between Club Brass and Wingtip”, commented Hotel Gotham’s General Manager, Mario Ovsenjak. “San Francisco and Manchester are both global cities with a pronounced swagger and unique sense of style, so we have no doubt our clientele will enjoy visiting the Bay Area and sampling the fabulous facilities Wingtip has to offer.”

“We are thrilled to have partnered with Club Brass and Hotel Gotham in this way, having admired them from afar as they have turned heads over the past couple of years”, added Dawn Simpson Jones, Director of Partnerships at Wingtip. “We know our members will be every bit as excited as we are to have secured the perfect to spot to unwind on the other side of the Atlantic.”