It's a football match that divides a city, which is why Premier Inn Manchester City Centre (Piccadilly) has transformed two floors for the upcoming City-United derby – one into red and one into blue.
Manchester football fans can pledge their allegiance alongside other supporters and the hotel on Dale Street has even adorned each room with golden plaques in honour of some of Manchester's footballing greats.
United's red floor includes Room 99 – 'The Treble Room' – in homage of United's historical 1999 treble win and Room 19 – 'The Champions Suite' – the number of league titles United have won.
Not to be outdone by Sir Alex Ferguson's men, the City floor has 'The Aguero Suite' in room '93:20' named after the exact moment City striker Sergio Aguero scored the last gasp winner against Queens Park Rangers last season to snatch the Premier League crown from United's grasp.
The transformed hotel doesn’t just accommodate the reds and blues.
Its top floor is 'neutral', holding the 'Dennis Law Suite' who played for United and City and 'The Sparky Mark Hughes Suite' who played for United and managed their noisy neighbours.
The now red, blue and purple hotel will clamp down on late check-outs with staff calling the time that has elapsed after guests are meant to check out as 'Fergie Time' – due to United's knack for scoring injury time goals after the 90 minutes is up.