Stylish rooms, generally very good service although room was sometimes not cleaned utillate afternoon, some breakfast servers not attentive to requests. Suggest make somethong of the history of the Halle orchesra and conductor Barbirolli from the peiod when the older building was a concert hall. ...
Location was fantastic. Breakfast lovely and staff helpful
Nice central hotel with good staff. I reported a leak into the bathroom from above late in the vending.. This was dealt with by placing towels and a bucket in my room while I was out. It was not a major inconvenience (i was out working till 0330) but a note would have been good customer service.
Totally different and lovely experience. Such a change from 'usual' hotels
Clean and safe. Pleasant temperature on hot days. Breakfast was good but the bar meals very poor quality (potato skins completely flavourless, halloumi sticks over-fried) although the barman friendly. The location is good. I find the reception furniture off putting, enormous desks so that both receptionist ...
The Midland Hotel is the best! Perfect location, friendly staff ( Anna at the front desk is very helpful) and great rooms. The spa is beautiful as well.
Friendly and helpful staff. Good sized room and had a bath!
Liked the room, the staff, the location. It was great
good location, friendly staff. showers were not overly powerful and although bar was 24/7 there wasn't much of an atmosphere in there. The ambient room lighting can be a bit annoying if you are looking for just a normal room light to light up the room.
John Rylands Library is located in a welcoming area of Manchester known for its array of dining options and popular theatre scene. The neighbourhood is home to 260 hotels and other accommodation options, so you can find something that works for your stay.
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While you're in town visiting John Rylands Library, you can discover the sights within a couple miles of the area.
You might want to spend some time browsing the exhibits at Manchester Art Gallery, Museum of Science and Industry or National Football Museum. While you're exploring, swing by Albert Square, St. Peter's Square and Manchester Cathedral to learn a bit about the area. You can watch performances at Manchester Opera House, Bridgewater Hall and Printworks if you're interested in local theatre.
Piccadilly Gardens and Manchester Arena are some sights worth a visit in the area. Spend some time checking out The Gay Village, which is 0.5 mi from John Rylands Library, or make a stop by O2 Apollo Manchester, located 1.3 mi away.
With so many choices for transport, seeing the area around John Rylands Library is easy. You can access metro transport at St Peters Square Station, Mosley Street Station and Picadilly Gardens Station. If you're hopping a train into town, Manchester Oxford Road Station, Manchester Manchester Oxford Road Station and Manchester Piccadilly Station are the closest stations to Manchester City Centre.
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