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Ground floor room a bit noisy as near front door, lounge and breakfast room. Very nice decor and comfy bed though. Breakfast exceptional but shame it wasn't included in room rate.
Don't use the bath! Stopped here for only one night and on arrival I struggled to find my way inside. The front entrance had a chain preventing entry via the driveway so I went to another driveway and spotted a door with a reception sign next to it. I approached the reception sign only to realise ...
Ideally situated near the railway station and easy walking distance to lots of venues. Bed was very comfortable but the room was small and decor was tired and in need of refurbishment Breakfast wax good. Overall a good stay but expensive given the roomph environment
We had our anniversary here. They left us a cute little message. The hotel itself is like no other I have been to before, especially the eclectic villa, absolutely beautiful. The attention to detail is fantastic and the steam room in the shower helps :)
I picked the hotel since I needed to be on the SE side of town and close to the station. It ticked all of those boxes. Being on Piccadilly it is slightly more noisy (traffic wise) in the early morning, but for me that was a minor offset to its location. I did not dine or breakfast at the hotel so ...
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Hotels such as the Victoria Warehouse Hotel with its Art Deco interior or the INSSIDE By Melia Manchester, with its ultra-modern exterior are the perfect choice for style-conscious travellers. Whether you're travelling on business or for leisure, you'll find these hotels don't disappoint when it comes to amenities either, with most offering free WiFi and flat-screen TVs in guest rooms. You'll find some design hotels have a full-service spa where you can be pampered to your heart's content with a massage, facial or body treatment, before you head off to explore the city's nightlife.
Manchester is renowned for its nightlife and whether you prefer the eclectic bars of Canal Street or the cocktail and wine bars of the city centre, you'll find something to please. Most design hotels are within easy walking distance of a range of bars and restaurants, and for drinks with a view, Cloud 23 at The Hilton on Deansgate is hard to beat, with attentive table service too. If you'd prefer dancing to drinking, a stroll along Oxford Road provides plenty of options, while for dining, you'll find everything from fine dining restaurants to Japanese Teppanyaki eateries in the heart of the city.
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