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Good price, excellent location, you can walk to the main atractions in Manchester. And there is a big self parking besides the hotel (cheaper).
Manchester Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel£62Manchester Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel£62
Couldn’t fault this superb hotel, it’s old it’s new it’s the best hotel we have stayed in the north of England. Great location perfect nights sleep
Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester Hotel£91Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester Hotel£91
V convenient for centre of Manchester. Staff very friendly. Room great. Common parts could do with a spruce up.
Britannia Hotel - Manchester City Centre£29Britannia Hotel - Manchester City Centre£29
Lovely stay we were greeted by a doorman who opens the door for customers reception staff pleasant and helpful were upgraded to superior room breakfast was lovely and the bathroom fab comfortable bed not too much noise would definately stay again.
The Principal Manchester£82The Principal Manchester£82
Good location, a little expensive at £99 for B&B on a Wednesday night in January but the Hilton was going to charge £185 for the same thing. Service was great, room big and had everything you need. Bar and restaurant area was nice, we ate dinner and had breakfast. Didn’t try the pool/ gym as we were ...
The Castlefield Hotel£42The Castlefield Hotel£42
Nice big room with comfy bed. Impressed with the shower but there were way too many mirrors for my liking!
Townhouse Hotel Manchester£54Townhouse Hotel Manchester£54
Very small room. Just about get around the bed. Bathroom very tiny and the door I was just about to get around. Television stuck on one channel. Very noisy room (machine rumbling all night) Positives are very clean, friendly helpful staff, good food, close to everything in the city centre.
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