Happy with it all. Transfer drivers great. Lounge area comfortable.
The receptionist was quite rude my colleague said to her good evening and she ignored her my colleague had to say it three times before she would acknowledge her
Nice hotel, good area. There is a park just behind the hotel. Pub next door welcoming (lovely lunch). Rooms very similar in layout to large chain of hotels. Tea and coffee in room and fresh milk in a flask. Quiet at night (occasional door bang) but no traffic noise.
nice hotel, room and staff although noise from other rooms and downstairs did disrupt my sleep
Nice hotel. Quiet and helpful. Brekkie is good. Beer choice limited.
Attended for a wedding, lovely decor, very expensive bar prices but lovely bedrooms
Impressive setting and incredibly helpful staff. Amber at reception deserves a mention. Few things could be improved - breakfast is nice but not quite enough variety for a 4* hotel and it gets very busy with queues during busy weekends. The spa facilities are great but again crowded during busy weekends. ...
Good hotel with plenty of facilities and accommodating staff. The only down side was just how hard the mattress was on the bed.
Enjoyed our stay and festive champagne wine dinner
Manchester was at the cutting edge of the Industrial Revolution, with riches pouring in as the loom machines hammered away under a head of steam and the new elite amassed fortunes. Many of these entrepreneurs were much more altruistic than they're often portrayed, and spread their wealth around by funding civic projects and established great buildings. When you come to the city today and stay at a Manchester hotel, guesthouse or bed and breakfast establishment you'll find it to be a thoroughly modern metropolis with plenty to offer. Venues such as the magnificent Museum of Science and Industry bear witness to a glorious industrial past, but Manchester remains a living city, full of enterprise and commercial spirit. Manchester Airport (MAN) for instance now takes the place of the old canals as the major point of entry for goods and services.
Located in the Ringway area of the city, Manchester Airport is an international hub just to the south of the metropolis. It was designated the world's third busiest airport in 2015. This fact alone is evidence of the fact that although the Industrial Revolution may be long gone the importance and energy of Manchester remain, and drive the undimmed but comprehensively transformed fortunes of the city today. Opened in 1938, Manchester Airport has three passenger terminals and a goods terminal, and you can take flights to more than 200 different destinations from here. If you want to get to the airport from your Manchester hotel or guesthouse, you can choose from a number of transport options, including rail and metro link services, as well as a regular bus service.
Manchester makes a great holiday destination. The city is also a popular venue for travelling business people because of its many excellent hotels. These include the design and boutique variety of hotel so popular with visiting corporate representatives. You'll find when you book in to a Manchester hotel of any type that the local transport links are superb. Trams and buses operate in the city centre, major roads take you to the rest of the country, and from Manchester Airport you can reach the rest of the world.