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Set in the heart of one of Europe's most dynamic and vibrant areas, this luxurious award-winning property in Manchester offers the perfect base from which to discover all the beautiful region has to offer. Ideal for business and leisure, it is perfectly located close to Arndale Centre, Europe's largest city-centre shopping mall, and is easily accessible by road, foot or rail with Manchester Piccadilly Train Station just 150 metres away. This establishment includes a wide choice of guest rooms offering a superb array of home comforts and modern conveniences such as complimentary Wi-Fi internet ...More details
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Do not book this on a weekend…. Hoping midweek would not give you the experience we encountered… book the Brooklyn hotel
Reviewed 27 november, 2021
DO NOT BOOK HERE! Book the Brooklyn my saviour lucky find…. This was the worst hotel pre arrival experience we have ever encountered! We are from Essex, travelling to Manchester for 2 nights for much needed family time… great easy 4 hour straight trip followed by 90 minutes of pure hell thanks to Keith in front desk who was absolutely useless and the most unhelpful person I have ever spoken to on the phone! He had no direction or helpful information as to where we can park, how to get close to the hotel or where to park! We asked if we could speak to someone else and he said no! Thank you Keith! After finally getting out the car and parking we found nothing more then a youth hostel check in and possibly an overnight emergency shelter for anyone! Someone tried to steal my suitcase at such time my husband left the check in que and we called them for a full refund while frantically looking for an alternative hotel…. Nightmare thanks to this awful hotel… please do not book this for a Saturday night / weekend stay…
Debbie @ Macdonald Spa - simply amazing!
Reviewed 21 november, 2021
Thank you, Debbie Richardson, for an amazing and very relaxing experience. Thoroughly enjoyed the body massage – was very relaxing. Loved the products that that you used and will definitely be booking again with you!
Not bad but not great
Reviewed 21 november, 2021
Check in was a bit of an issue. There was a long queue and not a single member of staff wore a mask. They didn’t have my name and so I had to wait around whilst they sorted my booking. The room itself was large and clean if bit a bit dated. Plenty of tea/coffee and the nespresso machine was a nice touch. The views across Manchester were good although the windows do need a clean. Main issue as others have mentioned were the cold rooms. The heating didn’t work and we had to sleep with our robes on. The bar is standard. £7 for a medium Sauvignon Blanc. The breakfast buffet was standard. English cooked breakfast with continental options. We had to wait a while for coffee. Overall not bad but probably wouldn’t stay again. Prefer a more up to date hotel and heating to work for price laid.
Reviewed 18 november, 2021
The Spa was just amazing. Super relaxing and so many facilities. We especially loved the thermal hot/cold shower, really made us feel relaxed when we left. The massages were good too, just wish they lasted longer for the price I paid! The staff were good. We didn't stay in the hotel, we just came for a spa visit.
Overnight stay on a Saturday
Reviewed 14 november, 2021
If coming here, please bring warm clothing. In our room the heating did not work properly and the whole place is cold. The only warm place being near the lifts. At breakfast, it was a barely warm meal and by the time you had been seated for 5 mins the whole thing was cold. One of us was vegan and I emailed and rang to make sure that they could cater. There were a few items off of the breakfast menu as they had run out. Mushrooms and orange juice to name just 2. If only Manchester had supermarkets ?? For the price we paid we expected better. Having to get a bath just to keep warm is far from ideal. It is advertised as panoramic views which is correct, assuming you can see through the dirty windows.