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Manchester Hoteliers’ Association announces return of annual ball

Manchester Hoteliers’ Association (MHA) has announced the date for their annual ball with the event returning for its twelfth year on 1st April.

The evening, which is expected to be attended by over 600 people will see nine awards presented celebrating some of the best individuals and hotels across Manchester highlighting the regions dynamic and diverse hospitality offering.

The event will take place at The Vermillion.

Manchester Hoteliers’ Association (MHA) Chair Adrian Ellis said: We are extremely excited for the MHA Annual Ball especially after it’s cancellation last year due to COVID-19. It has been an incredibly challenging eighteen months for the hospitality sector, so we are looking forward to celebrating the great venues and hospitality professionals that exist in Manchester.

“We also are delighted to announce we are supporting our chosen charities which include Hospitality Action, Mustard Tree, Wood Street Mission and MIND Manchester.”

He added: “I’m sure all who attend will have a memorable evening as usual. I wish those who get shortlisted all the very best of luck.”

The event will be a Parisian theme this year with the venue decorated to reflect this theme.

Tickets for the ball are priced at £69 per person.

In previous years the event has raised over £37,000 for charities across the region for Mustard Tree, Breast Cancer Care and The Christie.

Partners of the event include Manchester Met University, Expedia, Matthew Clarke and Polka Dot Design & Print.

The Manchester Hoteliers’ Association (MHA) is a non-profit organisation of the key hotels within the city centre and the Greater Manchester area. It is chaired and managed by the hotel General Managers and the MHA is dedicated to promoting and developing the hospitality and tourism industry in Manchester.

It has worked on a number of initiatives during the course of COVID-19 pandemic to support the hospitality industry.

Tickets can be purchased online via Manchester Hoteliers Association website or via



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