You can "feel" the history in this building. It is a maze of four buildings. The two rooms I have stayed in were very different from one another yet both were nice in their own way. The attached bar and restaurant were quite good.
The property was very stylish and the room was really comfortable. Room service was really quick and the food was fantasriv
Great location and well maintained hotel. Great service and was able to check in early
Room is nice, shower head kept slipping down the rail
Have stayed at this hotel several times and I was impressed with the refurbishment that has taken place.we were given an upgrade to Business Class that meant we had a quieter room and also received a complimentary fruit platter and slightly later checkout time. All in all excellent service and felt ...
No bacon available 15 minutes before end of breakfast time
Malmaison is a quirky brand, and each room I have stayed in across 3 of their hotels has been different. I was particularly happy to have a Junior Suite in Manchester, as the additional space made for a far better, more comfortable experience.
Perfect for our needs in every way. Spacious, extremely comfortable and well equipped. Staff were fabulous from midnight checkin to morning departure. Absolutely wonderful location. Despite being literally only a minute from Manchester Piccadilly station, it was remarkably quiet. I would highly recommend ...
The room was very well kept and clean and we were very impressed with how quickly the stuff that we used like tea bags and milk was replaced. Overall the room was kept to a very high standard and we are very glad we chose Jurys Inn for our stay :)
Manchester is one of the UK's greatest and most exciting cities, built on the wealth brought by the Industrial Revolution, in which it played a leading role. Arkwright's revolutionary new spinning machines, driven by steam, transformed the landscape and the lives of millions of people throughout the region. Cotton made Manchester, and the scene was set for its appointment with industrial destiny as soon as Flemish weavers settled in Bolton in the 14th Century.
The city never looked back, and even today it lovingly cherishes its great industrial heritage in museums such as the Museum of Science and Industry. Manchester has changed since its industrial heyday, however, and when you stay at a Manchester hotel you can see that this is nowhere more so than on famous Canal Street.
Outside of the capital, Canal Street is the biggest centre for LGBT (lesbian, gay, transsexual and transgender) people in the UK. It's a fun and colourful part of the city, as you'd expect, and is known locally as Gay Village. There's always something going on here, and apart from festivities throughout the year Canal Street plays host to Manchester Pride, the most successful even of its kind in the UK. During the rest of the year you can catch The Skins Weekend, the Bears Bash and Sparkle as well as other popular events, and there are dedicated venues that cater for gay women, so nobody ever feels excluded here.
Visitors come to Canal Street from around the world to enjoy not only the clubs and festivals but also the busy sports and social groups which have their base here. It's just a fun place to be, with never a dull moment.
Canal Street runs along the side of Rochdale Canal and is completely pedestrianised, so it's a good street for a stroll in semi-rural surroundings. When you come here from your Manchester hotel or guesthouse you're assured a warm welcome in the many gay restaurants and bars, whatever your persuasion may be.
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