- Manchester United new signing, Alexis Sanchez, has checked in into the Lowry Hotel at Manchester
- The hotel is the same Man United manager Jose Mourinho stays
- It cost guests an average of £816 a night to stay at the hotel
Manchester United new signing, Alexis Sanchez, has checked in into the Lowry Hotel at Manchester, sharing the same hotel with his manager Jose Mourinho.
The Chilean has checked in to one of the five-star hotel's luxury Riverside Suites with his two adorable dogs.
The half-a-dozen Riverside suites, which Sanchz stays typically cost guests an average of £816 a night.
The former Arsenal man took to his Instagram to share with fans a glimpse of what his room looks like on Tuesday night, January 23 and had dressed up his beloved dogs Atom and Humber in United shirts with 'Alexis 7' on the back.
Given that the suites are 90 square metres - the largest in the city, according to the hotel - Sanchez's pooches will have plenty of room.
Five of the six rooms can be connected to a deluxe room next door, meaning others can stay. Sanchez's mother is also staying at the hotel as he settles into life at United.
The outstanding suite also boast a separate lounge and dining area for four people, bathroom, walk-in wardrobe and a kitchenette for preparing meals.
Sanchez Lowry hotel suites, comes with a tea and coffee making facilities, along with a fridge and coffee machine.
All six of the rooms are packed with technology, including two Smart TVs, high-speed broadband and two direct-dial telephones with voice messaging. There is also an ethernet dataport and a connection for a fax machine, with guests given the machine itself on request.
Within the hotel itself guests have access to a gym and spa area, 24-hour room service and a concierge, while all Riverside Suite guests are offered in-suite check in, a bag packing service, valet and a full English breakfast.
Much was made of Mourinho's decision to continue staying in the Lowry, located just under three miles from Old Trafford and 12 miles from the Carrington training ground, rather than looks for a house.
But the manager's family are still living in London and Mourinho makes regular trips south to visit them.
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