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Had a pleasant short stay and enjoyed the food and facilities of the hotel. Convenient location for transport around the Manchester area. Have stayed here before and will stay again.
Attended Conference at the Convention Centre across the road, so location could not have been better. Staff are extremely pleasant and attentive. If you've booked into this hotel then you can afford the nicer things in life, however nearly £20 for a G&T and a large glass of red wine is a little eye-watering! ...
I stayed for 7 nights with my family , the check done quickly and the hotel location at the center of Manchester , basically my plan is to stay in Manchester and visit some of other places in north England like (Liverpool , Blackpool , Leeds , York ) which is easy to visit by train. actually its ...
Location is isolated and the precinct is under construction all around hotel. The hotel oasis is an expensive place to eat. Indian Tiffin Room the best for taste and value. The room is clean and comfortable; and free minibar of water and juices. Breakfast staff are nice and buffet is ample. There ...
Manchester is a popular destination for business travellers, who may be attending conferences at Manchester Conference Centre or King's House Conference Centre or trade shows at Manchester Central Convention Complex in the city centre. If you're here for meetings or to close that deal, then you'll find a range of top quality business hotels in the city centre and nearby Ashton-under-Lyne, as well as airport hotels and independent hotels to choose from.
They say all work and no play is a bad thing - that won't be an issue at Manchester's business hotels! Although most offer amenities such as 24-hour business centres, meeting rooms and conference spaces for guest use, you'll also find larger chain hotels provide spa and sauna facilities, with a range of treatments to help you relax and unwind. City centre hotels are within easy walking distance of attractions, bars and restaurants, so whether you're entertaining business guests or letting your hair down after a day of meetings, you're in the ideal location.
Those attending events such as the BCS Annual Conference or the Manchester Furniture Show at the Central Convention Complex will find that most hotels in the city offer free parking - great if you're bringing the car. There's plenty to see and do here too, whether you fancy spending an afternoon off exploring the city's museums and galleries or prefer to head for one of the many cafes or restaurants serving world cuisine. There are some great Japanese restaurants in Manchester, and taking business clients to a Teppanyaki restaurant is sure to be a conversation starter, as you'll see the chefs at work. There are plenty of upmarket cocktail and wine bars too, but few offer such spectacular views as Cloud 23, on the 23rd floor of the Deansgate Hilton.
Business hotels in Manchester are packed with amenities to make your life easier if you're travelling on business. Free WiFi and desks in guest rooms makes it easy to catch up on work, while 24-hour room service and spa facilities ensure you'll be able to unwind after a busy day.