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This hotel is perfectly fine for an overnight stay. The area is not safe at night but the local taxis are very cheap. Very pleasant park opposite.
Clean with all equipment needed and good views. Checking in and out was a bit complex and as I only stayed one night added a lot of hassle to the experience. The price was very good so I would say if you are staying 2- 3 nights or more it is worth the hassle, but maybe for a single night more simple ...
I flew into Manchester early on a Sunday morning for a business trip. I knew my room wouldn't be ready, but the concierge took my bags and made sure that I they were something I wouldn't have to worry about. I went out into the city and found breakfast, saw a few sites, and got back to the hotel ...
More than we hoped for the price we payed. Room is clean and comfty enough if you plan to walk around the city most of the day. Canteen is a great addition, you can use it always, it will surprise you how usable it is. Breakfast is decent. Best thing about the hostel is helpful staff, especially ...
History buffs looking for historic hotels in Manchester's city centre will find plenty to choose from, whether you prefer to stay in a hotel in a listed 19th-century building in the historical district or an Edwardian hotel close to the Greater Manchester Fire Service Museum. Historic hotels are a popular choice for couples, families and groups of friends enjoying a short break in Manchester.
Just because hotels are packed with character and original features, or are located in listed buildings, doesn't mean they can't boast all the amenities of a contemporary chain hotel, and Manchester's historic hotels are no exception. four and five-star hotels with mini-bars, 24-hour room service and free WiFi are on offer, alongside three-star hotels in more rural locations, ideal for families or anybody seeking a bit of peace and quiet. Whether you're here for a weekend or a longer break, you'll find these hotels offer quirkier accommodation than your average chain hotel.
Manchester has a rich industrial heritage related to mining and textiles, and a historic hotel makes the perfect base from which to find out more about the city's history. After a complimentary breakfast, why not head for the historical district to check out the People's History Museum, or take a stroll around Castlefield Roman Fort? Families will love the Museum of Science and Industry, whilst a little further afield, Astley Green Colliery Museum is a fascinating insight into the area's mining history. For younger children, Clayton Hall Living History Museum gives you a taste of life in Victorian times, with plenty of costumes and hands-on activities to keep them engaged. Or you could always take a day trip to historic country homes such as Adlington Hall or Arley Hall and Gardens.
Manchester's traditional hotels may be in listed buildings or historic parts of the city, but the amenities on offer are suitable for couples and families looking to enjoy a comfortable stay. With free WiFi provided at most hotels, you can share all your holiday snaps with friends and family, whilst free parking means there's no need to worry about hunting for a parking space in the busy city centre.