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We stayed for one night on floor 4. The room was boiling when we got in as the heater had been left on and the sun was blazing through the sky light. The window didn't open but there was a small fan. Room seemed clean and bed comfortable. We didn't experience much noise on this floor. Check in staff ...
Sftaff were helpful, warm and friendly. Clean environment.
hotel was nice stayed many times inthe past area has grown rapidly in the last few years room decor not so much friendly staff but breakfast was cold i paid £15 on arrival for two breakfasts next morning would have been £ 15 each not worth it would i recommend it maybeit
THANKYOU for your kind hospitality. THANKYOU for everything. l like to be here with you. THANKYOU for your service very appreciated. my stay was good spacious bed didn't expect it. THANKYOU.
nice hotel, old style, like a scene from Agatha Christie's Poirot series. very interesting architecture from inside and outside. room on the small size but comfortable. good location. no parking but multi story car part and open space car park are within less than 5min walk
Manchester has plenty to offer adventure sports enthusiasts, and the city is a popular destination for couples, families and groups of friends. You'll find a range of hotels to choose from, including chain hotels near the city centre, independent hotels in Wigan, Oldham and Salford and serviced apartments, ideal for groups of friends - so there's something to suit all budgets and requirements.
After a day of indoor skiing, snowboarding or skydiving, hotels here have plenty of amenities to ensure you can relax and unwind. Many chain hotels in Manchester have a full-service spa, health club and pool, so you can treat yourself to a massage or go for a swim. Chain hotels such as the Worsley Park Marriott Hotel are within easy driving distance of Airkix and Chill FactorE, with free self-parking available. All hotels offer WiFi, although this is not always free, with many also providing laundry facilities, complementary cribs/infant beds and a 24-hour front desk.
Whatever you're into, you'll find it in Manchester. For those who fancy skiing or snowboarding, Chill FactorE, the largest indoor ski slope in the UK, is the place to head. There are plenty of activities for the whole family including a huge slip n' slide for the kids. You can give Airboarding (body boarding on snow) a go, try Snowscoot, a fusion of BMXing and snowboarding, or tackle the indoor climbing wall. Or head for the nearby Airkix centre where you can try skydiving in the largest indoor tunnel in the United Kingdom, measuring 39ft high by 14ft in diameter. For younger kids, there's always Go Ape! With rope bridges, Tarzan swings and zip slides high above the forest floor, the facilities are suitable for ages 10 and up. With most hotels offering free parking, it's easy to get from A to B quickly.
Whether you prefer the independence of serviced apartments or the extra facilities of a chain hotel, you'll find accommodation to suit your needs here. Hotels have plenty of family-friendly amenities such as laundry facilities, but are also well-equipped to cater for business guests, with 24-hour business centres and free WiFi.