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I have stayed here a couple of times. The apartments are clean, modern and comfortable. I wouldn't stay anywhere else in this area.
Every member of staff was helpful and friendly! This is a great value room, especially for a two bedroom apt. It was much cheaper than single 3 start hotel rooms when I looked at the time. I didn't get time to use the open plan living area or kitchen as I only needed a room whilst I was in Manchester ...
Good sized and fully equipped. Windows didn't open all the way but fans provided.
Great idea for family friendly hotel ,staff very obliging nothing a problem -always ready to help rooms clean tidy and every convenience needed readily available
It was a great stay for me over a weekday even tho it was a bit loud until 2 am but nothing you wouldn't struggle to sleep though. I guess I wouldn't recommend it for weekend stay. I can see how it would be too noisy
For those seeking the convenience of a hotel but the independence of an apartment, Manchester's apartment hotels are the perfect option. These aparthotels attract families and groups of friends visiting Manchester on holiday or for nights out, and the majority offer four or five-star luxury. You'll find apartment hotels in the city centre, as well as in the Salford area, within easy reach of Manchester's attractions and nightlife.
Manchester's apartment hotels offer amenities to ensure your stay is comfortable, such as laundry facilities, free WiFi and fully-equipped kitchens with dishwashers and microwaves. Most have a separate living room and dining area, with flat-screen TVs and DVD players in the majority of apartments. You'll have everything you need to cater for yourselves, while still being within easy reach of the city's shops, restaurants and bars.
There's plenty to see and do here for all ages. History buffs can visit Castlefield Roman Fort, or soak up some culture at the Manchester Art Gallery or Museum of Science. Kids will love the opportunity to see a T-Rex fossil skeleton at the Manchester Museum, whilst couples and groups of friends can indulge in retail therapy - The Trafford Centre, one of the grandest shopping centres in Europe, is just a short drive from the city centre. The Northern Quarter, Manchester's answer to Soho, is the place to head for art, music or indie clothing, and don't miss the Craft and Design Centre, where you'll find a whole host of artist studios and boutiques.
Since you'll be preparing your own meals, Manchester Arndale Market is a great place to shop for locally-produced meat and fish, whilst Chinatown or the Wing Yip store in the Northern Quarter are great for more specialist ingredients. You'll also find the city centre is packed with the usual supermarkets and 24-hour shops, perfect for picking up late-night supplies before heading back to your apartment.
Apartment hotels here offer value for money and excellent amenities for those enjoying a short break or longer stay in Manchester. With well-equipped kitchens and plenty of space for those travelling with children, they're the perfect choice if you prefer a self-catering break.