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We were in Manchester for a short visit and decided to stay here given the central Piccadilly Gardens location. The entrance to the hotel is on the main street along Piccadilly Gardens and you need to make your way upstairs to the first floor where the reception is in order to check-in. The reception ...
Great and very comfortable hotel in convenient location - two mins from the Deansgate-Castlefield Metrolink stop, close to 'HOME' and easy walk to most places in the centre of the city. Get a room on one of the higher floors for great views of the city. Staff were all excellent. Quirky room design ...
Good sized and fully equipped. Windows didn't open all the way but fans provided.
Helpful staff. Wonderful spa, work out room and pool in basement with direct lift access from upper floors. Great location, easy access to all of central Manchester, by foot or free metro bus. Central Library nearby is excellent for family history research.
Great location on the fringe of Chinatown. Three pods for the Nespresso machine was a bit stingy in an executive king room and the road noise was loud so the windows could do with an upgrade. Otherwise a great hotel.
Saw a lot of Manchester on foot, this hotel is in a great location, 5-10 minute walk to city centre. Less than 5 mins walk from Piccadilly Train Station, close to lots of eateries and bars. Comfortable bed. Only issue we had was despite paying and booking a room, there was an additonal 15 pound charge ...
My flight arrived to Manchester at 6am in the morning and it was an international flight. I was so tired and would like to take a shower and a nap before I took train to meet my friends. Since the check in time was 2pm, they offered me to have early check in by paying £20. I said no I just stayed ...
Convenience is key for those attending conferences or trade shows in Manchester, and you'll find a selection of city-centre chain hotels, airport hotels and independent hotels to choose from if you're visiting Manchester on business. These hotels offer a combination of excellent facilities geared towards business travellers and value-for-money accommodation.
Whether you're attending a conference at the Manchester Conference Centre or King's House Conference Centre on the outskirts of the city, or heading for Manchester Central Convention Complex for a trade show, you'll find an array of quality hotels to choose from in the city centre and surrounding areas. Most offer free parking and free WiFi, so you can catch up on work once you're back in your room, and the majority also provide leisure facilities and bars/restaurants where you can grab a bite to eat between meetings or network with and entertain business clients.
As well as trade shows and conferences, the city hosts a great range of events throughout the year. Manchester has a fantastic live music scene, and you can head for The Manchester Apollo if you fancy a gig after your conference. Other events held here throughout the year include Festwich, the United Kingdom's biggest free rock tribute festival, every July, the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival and Central Manchester CAMRA Beer Festival in May, which celebrates local breweries. After a day of conferences and celebrations, you'll find many chain hotels provide 24-hour room service, so you can relax and unwind without going out to eat.
If you're here on business, you'll find facilities such as 24-hour business centres, state-of-the-art conference facilities and meeting rooms go a long way towards keeping you happy. With free WiFi, complimentary newspapers and work desks on offer at most larger hotels, coming to Manchester for a conference is going to be a great experience. You'll also find most hotels have spa or leisure facilities such as indoor pools and saunas, making relaxation easy, even when you are snowed under with work.