Travelodge Manchester Piccadilly Hotel

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Property Location With a stay at Travelodge Manchester Piccadilly, you'll be centrally located in Manchester, steps from Piccadilly Gardens and 6 minutes by foot from Canal Street. This hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from AO Arena and 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from The Gay Village. Distances are displayed to the ...

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With a stay at Travelodge Manchester Piccadilly, you'll be centrally located in Manchester, steps from Piccadilly Gardens and 6 minutes by foot from Canal Street. This hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from AO Arena and 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from The Gay Village. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
- Market Street - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi
- Piccadilly Gardens - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi
- Affleck's Palace - 0.2 km / 0.1 mi
- Manchester Arndale - 0.3 km / 0.2 mi
- The Gay Village - 0.4 km / 0.2 mi
- Canal Street - 0.5 km / 0.3 mi
- Manchester...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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This hotel offers wheelchair access.

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Reviewed 21 january, 2022

Stayed over wednesday and the lovely young chap Adam on reception was a breathe of fresh air so polite answered any questions we had put us on the 4th floor which he said was a quite business floor which was needed after a long day of travelling


Not a great stay

Reviewed 20 january, 2022

We needed a place to stay for just one night as we were heading to the airport the next morning. The location of this Travelodge suited us well because it is short walk to to the train station. The only way to get inside the hotel is either with a room card or get buzzed in by reception. We arrived 1.5 hours early (before the official checkin time of 3 p.m.) and tried to get buzzed in. It took awhile but someone finally did buzz us in. Of all the seven hotels we stayed at during our long trip, this was the first one that told us we would need to pay if we wanted access to the room. We only had 1.5 hours to wait so we went to a nearby Costa Coffee so that I could access WiFi in order to check into our flight. We went back after 3 p.m. only to wait for someone to be available to buzz us in again. When we were, there was no one at reception. Someone finally came out to check us in and we noticed she wasn't wearing a face mask despite signs in the hotel requiring everyone to mask up. We got our key card and went to our room. Upon entering, my daughter said, "I've stayed in much nicer hostels than this place!" Very strange and cheap room set-up. I realize this is a budget hotel but we stayed at a budget hotel the two previous nights in Glasgow, paid nearly half of what we paid here, and it was loads better! And that one came with a free, delicious breakfast! Here, we paid for our breakfast and for the spotty WiFi. Breakfast was not good. There were two lovely, unmasked, older ladies working there but breakfast was lacking in every way. The hot items were looking very sad but I decided to try the potatoes, which ended up tasting of freezer burn. I also took a packaged yogurt and a packaged croissant - not fresh. If you stay here, do NOT get the breakfast! There are many places nearby that offer inexpensive, freshly made breakfasts. Other problems with our stay include a poor shower situation. While the water pressure was very strong, the shower curtain was not magnetized to stick to the tub. This meant that there was a vacuum created when you turned on shower, the curtain billowed inside the tub (sticking to me instead) and water escaped onto the bathroom floor. Additionally, when we finally turned off the lights to go to sleep, it suddenly felt like a disco in our room with a light flashing on and off. It turned out to be the radiator flashing an error message. There was no way to turn it off so I had to put something over it so we could sleep. I would not stay here again.

Kimberly N

Needs new beds

Reviewed 19 january, 2022

Had a two night stay with 2 friends. We are all disabled and were very pleased with the accessible rooms booked - apart from the beds. The location was perfect for the Arndale Centre and the Christmas Market. Unfortunately the beds were very poor. A comfortable bed is the most important part of any stay for me as I have a painful spinal condition. They were so uncomfortable as to affect our sleep. They are badly in need of replacing. The staff at the hotel were the saving grace. So friendly and helpful. The breakfast food was adequate and plentiful. Evening meal food was below par.


Read Review - good stay but some faults

Reviewed 1 january, 2022

we stayed the night for nye the location was perfect distance to were our venue was and was also surrounded by places to eat and shop. Bedroom area was clean, the whole building was clean! HOWEVER and this is a big however, we stayed in the standard room, the window in the room didn’t open so the room got stuffy quickly, there was no ventilation at all in the bathroom or bedroom so if someone took a smelly crap then it would stink your room out for hours! The shower also decided that it was going to fill out and nearly overflow it’s basin and took a good 30 mins to drain! Overall it’s good for a quick stay due to the faults other than that we enjoyed our stay and would go back but only again for a short stay I wouldn’t stay for longer than a night.


Perfect location for a short stay in Manchester

Reviewed 17 december, 2021

We’ve stayed here several times as a couple and with various friends and never been disappointed.Ideal location, well maintained with friendly,efficient staff.Great breakfast too. Recommend this hotel for short stays in Manchester.

Helen D