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Manchester United stars to open hotel in December

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

Former Manchester United players Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville will open a Hotel in December 2014.

The four-star hotel, located directly opposite Old Trafford stadium, promises to provide football fans with 'the ultimate match day experience'.

The 133-room Hotel Football will be able to host up to 1,500 fans on a match day.

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Guest rooms will feature a 40 inch TV with a full Sky package and "a fully stocked retro mini bar.

The hotel restaurant Café Football will serve traditional match day favourites like sausage rolls and burgers with a twist, as part of a menu designed by two Michelin star chef, Michael Wignall, in collaboration with Café Football’s executive chef, Brendan Fyldes.

A 20-strong wine list, craft beers and even signature cocktails including the Red Devil will offer fans something a little more sophisticated to drink as well.

The Old Trafford Supporters Club will be a pre-match meeting point, with live music, bar and betting facilities available.

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