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Hotels near Science and Industry Museum
<h1>Hotels near Science and Industry Museum in Manchester</h1>

Hotels near Science and Industry Museum in Manchester

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3.9/550 Reviews
3.9/550 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.1km from Science and Industry Museum
The location of the Oxnoble in the heart of the City of Manchester and the excellent value for money was the reason that I stayed. The pub with rooms has a fantastic location on the edge of the city centre and adjacent to the Science and Industry Museum this being convenient it presented an issue of noise exasperated by the lack of double-glazed windows in the room. The communal areas need a clean and coat of paint. The room was particularly good, comfortable, and well presented. At £40 for the night, it presented excellent value for money and for that money I would stay again.
4/51 Reviews
4/5Very Good1 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.25km from Science and Industry Museum
With a stay at Dreamhouse Manchester Deansgate, you'll be centrally located in Manchester, steps from Deansgate and 10 minutes by foot from Manchester Palace Theatre. This apartment is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Canal Street and 2 mi (3.2 km) from Old Trafford.Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless internet access and tour/ticket assistance.Make yourself at home in one of the 9 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with full-sized refrigerators/freezers and stovetops. 40-inch flat-screen televisions with satellite programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include desks and microwaves, and housekeeping is provided on a limited basis.
4.2/571 Reviews
4.2/5Very Good71 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.25km from Science and Industry Museum
In fact, the location is easy to find, but it is a bit winding by the water, and it is very convenient to go to the station and airport. There are also supermarkets around, and you can walk to other places.
4.6/50 Reviews
4.6/5Outstanding0 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.3km from Science and Industry Museum
With a stay at this cottage in Manchester (Manchester City Centre), you'll be a 4-minute walk from Deansgate and 12 minutes by foot from Manchester Palace Theatre. This cottage is 2.1 mi (3.3 km) from Old Trafford and 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Etihad Stadium.Make yourself comfortable in your cottage.
4.4/5120 Reviews
4.4/5Excellent120 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.31km from Science and Industry Museum
My mum, sister and I stayed at this hotel for the night. It was clean, but cold and the aircon in our room didn’t work for heating, (I’m not sure if ours was broken or if they don’t do that). So there was small plug in heaters. We had 2 but one had only 1 foot so we were worried It might be a bit of a fire hazard. Similarly the other was a bit dodgy as it was rusty. They had set out bottles of water which were warm and there’s no mini fridge. Our main issue was how loud it was. We couldn’t sleep all night, for there was a group of girls screaming, laughing and singing all night long until at least 6am. We didn’t know were it was coming from, above or beside. We had the breakfast the next morning which was £15 each. It was nice, there was a variety of different foods and you could order eggs how you wanted them. We however, ended up getting the breakfast for free as they were apologetic about the loud noise throughout the night and had said Saturday nights can be rowdy. As I said this is an okay hotel, it’s clean and the bathrooms are nice. I am surprised it is a 4 star hotel however. I unfortunately was able to sleep due to the noise and I thought there could have been proper heating etc.
4.2/561 Reviews
4.2/5Very Good61 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.31km from Science and Industry Museum
Stayed for 2 days. Requested a room with a bath tub by email. Was told an accessibility room will be provided. Said I did not want an accessibility room and it was confirmed. Got to the hotel and was given an accessibility room due to upgrades not being available. Then noticed the room air conditioning was not working even though a member of staff looked at it. On the 2nd night the hotel staff moved us to another floor. Apparently they were aware of complaints with the air conditioning but did not say or do anything about it. The staff were good with resolving the issue but were not proactive in avoiding the issues.
4.5/5130 Reviews
4.5/5Excellent130 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.37km from Science and Industry Museum
I was staying at The Moxy due to travelling to Manchester for an evening out with friends who live in Manchester and surrounding areas. This was pre booked by one of my friends . on arrival I was amazed at the staff who were working hard behind the bar as well as checking guests in . Very friendly atmosphere . It’s also dog friendly which was great for the future if I stay again . Rooms were lovely and clean , perfect for a short stay and close to everything . I can recommend Fazenda , Brazilian resteraunt, a stones throw from the Hotel absolutely amazing food if you like that sort of thing . On my way back to London now but had a great night in Manchester. Will be back soon .
4.2/540 Reviews
4.2/5Very Good40 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.41km from Science and Industry Museum
Located in Manchester, Premier Inn Manchester City Centre West Hotel offers en-suite accommodation and features a 24-hour front desk, as well as a bar and a restaurant offering a variety of menu options.Rooms at Premier Inn Manchester City Centre West Hotel are air conditioned and come with flat-screen satellite TV, tea and coffee making facilities and a writing desk. Each room comprises a private bathroom fitted with either a bathtub or a shower and a hairdryer. Free toiletries are provided.Guests can enjoy a variety of regional specialities in the hotel's restaurant for lunch and dinner. A selection of beers, wines, spirits, soft drinks and snacks is available in the property's bar throughout the day.
4.4/50 Reviews
4.4/5Excellent0 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.43km from Science and Industry Museum
With a stay at this apartment in Manchester (Manchester City Centre), you'll be steps from Deansgate and 10 minutes by foot from Manchester Palace Theatre. This apartment is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Canal Street and 1.9 mi (3 km) from Old Trafford.Make yourself comfortable in this apartment, featuring a kitchen with a refrigerator and an oven. Complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include a microwave and a coffee/tea maker.
4.5/5137 Reviews
4.5/5Excellent137 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.49km from Science and Industry Museum
We only stayed for one night me and my partner, we arrived late and wanted to go out to eat. Great location, walking distance for everything you need from bars to restaurants from Brazilian to Thai food or British pub food. We pushed our luck being late and the man on reception was brilliant and his service was fantastic and recommended some lovely places. After a long day our room had everything we needed, walk in shower, robes, super king bed and room service. We skipped breakfast and booked the pool for 9am which is included and was just perfect, the reason for our stay was to do the tour of old Trafford and the hotel certainly made our trip more worth while.
4.4/543 Reviews
4.4/5Excellent43 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.55km from Science and Industry Museum
With a stay at Forty-Seven, you'll be centrally located in Manchester, just a 4-minute walk from Deansgate and 7 minutes by foot from Manchester Palace Theatre. This upscale hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Canal Street and 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Piccadilly Gardens.Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless internet access and concierge services.For lunch or dinner, stop by Asha's, a restaurant that specializes in Indian cuisine. You can also grab snacks at the coffee shop/cafe. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at the bar/lounge. Full breakfasts are available daily from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM for a fee.Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage.Make yourself at home in one of the 32 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and Smart televisions. Complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have designer toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and electric kettles, and housekeeping is provided daily.
4.4/5124 Reviews
4.4/5Excellent124 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.59km from Science and Industry Museum
On arrival we were given a nice double room - plenty of space, clean with a well furnished bathroom. After about half an hour we realised the heating in the room wasn't working so I called down to reception. Within 5 mins of calling, a lovely young member of staff came up to look at it. After another 5 mins or so he had upgraded us to an executive room on the same floor which was huge! He even offered to help us move our cases etc to the new room. We were also given complimentary vouchers for drinks and coffees. The breakfast buffet had plenty of choice so all good with us. Cannot fault the customer care but there were a couple of small things that weren't great - the toilet in the second room didn't flush well at all but after being upgraded we weren't going to make an issue of it so said nothing Only other thing was the lack of light in the room - we had a side room so no natural light got in. There were a couple of lamps on the desk but far too dull - not great when trying to do hair and make up for a wedding! All in all we had an enjoyable stay at the Jury's Manchester and would stay again.

Reviews of Hotels near Science and Industry Museum in Manchester

Clayton Hotel Manchester City Centre
4.6/5128 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.66km from city center
Not impressed to be honest! Booked to stay in an executive room but there wasn’t anything executive about it, we had no fridge or water which I read on their website is included, there were also no leaflets or information of any kind in the room which was really strange, because we checked in late after being at a local concert I didn’t want to call about the fridge but it was disappointing. Aircon in the room made no difference, room was very warm and even though I turn the fan to its highest and the temp to its lowest it made no difference. Was disappointed with breakfast, cheap sachets of sauces and even cheaper beans that tasted awful, my daughter tried the smoothie and it was so sour it was inedible,I tried it so can confirm why she wasn’t drinking it! Also cold hard croissants with nowhere you could have arm them up. I’d rather stay in the premier inn at least you have working aircon and a decent breakfast!!
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Clayton Hotel, Manchester Airport
4.2/5132 Reviews
Ringway
|1.8km from city center
The hotel is situated super near train station and Manchester airport. Shuttle bus service was good and drivers of the shuttle bus were helpful and humor. Hence, try not to walk to the hotel although it seems in a walking distance. Hotel room is spacious and well lit. Hotel's breakfast is good as well. Hence, it's definitely a good choice for short morning flight.
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From$116
Holiday Inn Manchester Airport
4.6/584 Reviews
Ringway
|1.72km from city center
Booked this hotel as there was a train strike the day of my flight. Also it's right next to the airport and slightly cheaper than Radissons inside the airport. However, there were no signs from the train station for the hotel. I ended walking around roundabouts I'm not supposed to be on! Turned out I should have walked inside the airport to get out nearer the hotel. Bit of a queue at check in, but ok otherwise. Room was comfy, with a settee. The coffee cups seem to leak- both of them! Would appear to be the material the cups were made of. Big soft towels were a delight. Separate bottles on the wall for shower gel, shampoo, conditioner. Good shower, options of normal and rain shower in a big shower area. Check out was easy, I didn't pay for breakfast. I did a short run in the morning around the hotel car park! Needs must... Overall, I would recommend it, as long as you know how to walk to the hotel from the airport safely! I would recommend the hotel liaise with the airport about signage. If there were signs and I missed it, then they need to be prominent, including detailed directions on the website.
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From$122
Hotel Brooklyn Manchester
4.4/5117 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.62km from city center
What a fantastic wee hotel the Brooklyn is! We stayed here on the night of the 19th of June for one night before heading off abroad the next day. Great location and a very quirky little hotel far exceeding expectations and better than some of these corporate giants, loved it! Staff were all exceptional to us, friendly and professional always. Bar staff on that evening get a special mention as they were brilliant. Cocktails were out of this world, as stated by Cocktail Queen herself who I was travelling with. Loved the terrace style seating near the bar, never seen that before! Rooms were awesome, bathroom fantastic and I did have a good chuckle at the fact that you could see into the bathroom from the bedroom through a one-way glass panel, hilarious! Everything smelt so wonderfully clean in the building too and I could not fault this place at all! A wonderful stay and a big thanks to all the staff that were on that evening and the next day, you should all be exceptionally proud of yourselves!
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From$97
The Waterside Hotel and Leisure Club
4.1/5100 Reviews
Manchester
|8.63km from city center
A brilliant experience at the hotel. Not only the hotel is amazing with great facilities (gym with 12 different rooms, spa relaxation/recovery suite, 25m pool) but also the people are super friendly. If you are a runner like me, there are like 5 different parks in the area to run around or simply go for walks. Tram station is 10 minute walk and tram services in Manchester are very good so you can get anywhere you want. At the hotel everyone was super friendly and they were all very helpful, but Taylor and Owen have stood out to me. Amazing service, well done! Oh and they serve an amazing coffee! I don't think I'll ever be looking for a different hotel when coming to Manchester. Here is all you need!
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From$91
Milton Manchester Hotel
3.7/5115 Reviews
Manchester
|6.02km from city center
I stayed at the Milton last night the 22nd and it was excellent. I had read the reviews and was a bot concerned by them so approached the entrance with caution. Its clear the building used to be an office block and home to the DHSS. I was directed to the hotel reception where the pleasant surprises began clean airy and a very efficient and welcoming receptionist. Then onto the room which medium sized was warm the bed comfortable and the shower powerful . I ate in the bar and had a well cooked meal and a beer . Next morning breakfast was simply incredible value the selection was large the coffee good and the produce used a step up. All the staff I interacted with were friendly and helpful . Its cheap but its great
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Leonardo Hotel Manchester Piccadilly
4.3/5140 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|1.73km from city center
My husband and I came to the hotel on Friday 7/10/2022 room 1216 I honestly couldn't say anything negative about this hotel . The moment we walked in Georgia and neelam on reception greeted us warmly and explained everything. Once we settled in we came back to the bar to enjoy the amazing range of cocktails made by Gabriel :) the bar staff were all amazing from the manager phoebe to Pablo and andree they couldn't do more to make you feel welcome . Our room did have a view of the construction but we expected that as we are in the middle of Manchester and it was not a problem at all . The breakfast was beautiful unfortunately I didn't get the gentleman's name who was clearing the tables but he was so nice lastly I would like to give mo from housekeeping a massive shout out our room was spotless and he even gave me a kit kat 😀 what stands out about this hotel is the staff and I mean all the staff shine they all greet you with smiles and I know how hard that can be for a full shift 😀 can't wait to come back thank you
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New Union
3.8/518 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.75km from city center
The room itself was nice and clean. Reception basically can not see people, wifi password can not find people to ask. I heard loud noises from next door from 8:00 to 8:00 in the morning. The whole hotel is very abnormal, giving people a very unsafe feeling. Downstairs is the flagship store of gay bar street.
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Queens Guesthouse Manchester
2.7/540 Reviews
Manchester
|2.94km from city center
The bed we slept in was not easy to sleep, with a wooden square in the middle. Just staying for one night and nothing else is wrong, the overall can be justified. The room was booked without a bathroom. They gave a room with a bathroom. Before 9 o'clock British time (10 o'clock daylight saving time), you have to go through check-in procedures, otherwise you will have to add 10 pounds. We didn't change the time indicated on Ctrip, and we were charged ten pounds. Later, the Ctrip customer service dealt with it in time.
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The Townhouse Manchester
4.3/579 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.62km from city center
Rooms are clean and tidy. Lovely comfy bed but pillows need replacing as falling apart There was no hairdryer in our room but this was quickly rectified once we asked for one, We had a lovely chilled stay in our room but would not recommend the in house restaurant. I have left a separate review of that..👎 Reception and cleaning staff who we met around the hotel were super friendly. We were on floor 5 and it was so peaceful. If I hadn’t heard a shower (very quiet) next door I would have thought we were the only ones on that floor. Hotel is just a short walk from everywhere so in a good position… Only criticism is the hotel is so hot and I mean hot. You melt at reception when you check in. Also we couldn’t get the air con to work in our room so it was. Constantly 19 degrees
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Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel
3.9/555 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.74km from city center
Excellent views from the bar also level 3 is used for breakfast and meals lunch and evening meals lovely meals towards .manchester , The check in staff were polite , professional and the room was quite old fashioned for the price and for a 4 star , The hotel issued me with a comp check out as booked through booking.com from 11am till 12pm and 2 half price drinks at the bar Booked the night before with trip.com which was the cheapest option online cheaper than the hotel direct , Hotel close to train station and tram station , was working going on outside room at 8am to earn trying to rest
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From$81
DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Airport
4.4/572 Reviews
Ringway
|1.86km from city center
Hotel is conveniently located near Manchester airport, but if you are checking in late, traveling with a couple of suitcases, you may want to read on. We called the hotel from Brussels airport to get a basic sense of where to expect the hotel shuttle for pick up; we were told by the reception staff / operator, that one has to make the reservation online and the last pickup was at 10:00. We asked if she could make the reservation since I was already on the phone with her, but she explained it was an outsourced party and we had to do it. Our flight had a scheduled arrival at 09:30, so decided to make the shuttle booking. It was not easy to find a link on their website. Called them again to ask them where I could make the online reservation and was told one just has to cut across the street and the hotel was right there. Which we did. Luckily we had a small carryon with wheels each and it was not raining at that time, although the roads were wet from a recent rain shower. Hotel was functional. Clean/nice. IF you are arriving late, with the elderly or with a couple of large suitcases, please keep this in mind. Also call to understand the hours of operation for the shuttle service. It’s England, so having an umbrella handy is always useful. (As of mid March 2023).
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Diamond Lodge
3.9/5103 Reviews
Manchester
|4.67km from city center
This hotel is advertised as no children however there were multiple children present staying at the hotel during our stay. Welcome: Average, not very engaging or informative. Generally pleasant enough. This was our only interaction with any staff for our entire stay. Room: room was nice enough, fairly clean although there was a small stain on our bed sheets next to the pillow. Bathroom door also looked as though it had taken some punches. Walls slightly discoloured but nice decor. Looked outside the window and lots of rubbish on the outside area floor. Sleep: Bed was comfortable, hotel was quiet, next to main road but not to noisy. I think my partner and I were unfortunate that we were next to someone who snores extremely loudly and the noise vibrated through the very VERY thin walls! Breakfast: variety of fruit, yoghurt, hot and cold drinks, cereals and cooked breakfast, pastries, jams etc. Restaurant appeared clean however in the current climate I would have expected hand sanitizers to be present at the food serving station given how many different people are helping themselves to breakfast. I would say this hotel is good value for money and with a small few changes could be improved vastly.
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Travelodge Manchester Ancoats
4/550 Reviews
Northern Quarter
Manchester
|1.22km from city center
Facilities are average, other aspects are good, sanitation is good. The location is easy to find, and a ten-minute walk to Piccadilly Railway Station is convenient. It's very good to have this price on game day.
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Leonardo Hotel Manchester Central - Formerly Jurys Inn
4.4/5124 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.52km from city center
On arrival we were given a nice double room - plenty of space, clean with a well furnished bathroom. After about half an hour we realised the heating in the room wasn't working so I called down to reception. Within 5 mins of calling, a lovely young member of staff came up to look at it. After another 5 mins or so he had upgraded us to an executive room on the same floor which was huge! He even offered to help us move our cases etc to the new room. We were also given complimentary vouchers for drinks and coffees. The breakfast buffet had plenty of choice so all good with us. Cannot fault the customer care but there were a couple of small things that weren't great - the toilet in the second room didn't flush well at all but after being upgraded we weren't going to make an issue of it so said nothing Only other thing was the lack of light in the room - we had a side room so no natural light got in. There were a couple of lamps on the desk but far too dull - not great when trying to do hair and make up for a wedding! All in all we had an enjoyable stay at the Jury's Manchester and would stay again.
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Gorton Mount Hotel Manchester
2.7/542 Reviews
Manchester
|5.18km from city center
Very flexible with my arrival and check in. I couldn't get there until gone 10pm but they forwarded me my room entry codes etc. They also stay in touch via email and/ or whats app which is helpful. Single budget room was just fine for the price (£43). It was clean and tidy on arrival. No complaints with the shared kitchen/ bathroom areas. During my stay in September 2023 there were no noise complaints and I didn't hear a peep out of any other residents/ guests. The hotel can't be held responsible for sirens passing by in the night. It's a city. There are sirens.
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The City Warehouse Aparthotel
3.9/515 Reviews
Manchester City Centre
Manchester
|1.2km from city center
not bad. It felt good to stay for two days, so I set up another two days. Within 20 minutes walk from the train station, Chinatown, city center, more convenient, recommended
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Church Street by Supercity Aparthotels
4.3/548 Reviews
Northern Quarter
Manchester
|0.81km from city center
What a fantastic stay! These apartments are fantastically situated right in the city centre and really did feel more like a home away from home rather than staying in a conventional hotel. The apartment was well appointed and equipped and scrupulously clean. The staff were all fabulous and provided a first rate and very friendly service and walking through the doors each day to the team really did make me feel at home. A special shout out to the general manager (Rob) for going above and beyond making my stay even more special and convenient.
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Velvet Hotel
4.4/5105 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.86km from city center
Living in the first floor, the interior decoration is very unsuitable for the Chinese. The bed shelves are carved up and down, left and right, and the characters on the side of the bed. There is also a large mirror on the side of the bed. The left and right sides of the hotel are all bars and restaurants. It will not stop before 3am, especially the sound of drumming, although the sound is not loud, but the rhythm is similar to the heartbeat, which seriously affects the rest. Fortunately, the front desk service attitude is still very good, but also presented early, otherwise the shadow area is bigger.
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AC Hotel by Marriott Manchester City Centre
4.1/5111 Reviews
Manchester
|1.21km from city center
Hotel is in a good location and is very clean. We stayed before and enjoyed our stay last time so we thought we’d book again for one night but it wasn’t as good. We booked a double room and got two singles pushed together, we kept falling down the middle so didn’t get a good nights sleep. Spoke to the receptionist in the morning and she apologised but we thought it wasn’t worth going down in the middle of the night just for one night but we shouldn’t of had to anyway. When we arrived the people on reception just ignored us and someone had to come out from the back to serve us. I’ll probably look somewhere else next time.
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Moxy Manchester City
4.5/5130 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.11km from city center
I was staying at The Moxy due to travelling to Manchester for an evening out with friends who live in Manchester and surrounding areas. This was pre booked by one of my friends . on arrival I was amazed at the staff who were working hard behind the bar as well as checking guests in . Very friendly atmosphere . It’s also dog friendly which was great for the future if I stay again . Rooms were lovely and clean , perfect for a short stay and close to everything . I can recommend Fazenda , Brazilian resteraunt, a stones throw from the Hotel absolutely amazing food if you like that sort of thing . On my way back to London now but had a great night in Manchester. Will be back soon .
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The Midland
4.2/5119 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.3km from city center
Having submitted my allergy list a few weeks before our booking and seeing that there were so many gluten free, vegan options, I was excited to be able to join with my friends in celebrating the baby that’s about to be born. Imagine my disappointment when the waitress only went through my allergies (I know it’s an extensive list) at the table in front of friends, not all of whom I’d have liked to know about said allergies. I was hoping for a simple meal and enjoyment of afternoon tea. This did not happen. I was given gf bread that contained egg powder - that I’m intolerant to. I agreed to it because I already felt awkward. I was also given a plate of fruit. And then offered another round of sandwiches. Quite frankly I was shocked and appalled. I was left feeling very isolated and excluded from my friends who were all enjoying their delightful cakes. It’s not difficult to create sandwiches and cakes and scones to my allergies. I do it often. I even offered to pay extra because I know I’ve got a lot. But honestly having to pay £30 in the middle of a cost of living crisis for sandwiches and fruit and being excluded from my friends was ridiculous. I was very disappointed. The waitress was lovely, and double checked everything. The atmosphere was great, it would have been a perfect afternoon if I’d been catered for. But I wasn’t. And I found it quite unbelievable to be honest. I didn’t say anything during our time at the tea room, because I didn’t want to ruin my friends day. But I will not be returning to The Midland because of this terrible service. Photos of everyone else’s afternoon tea, then mine.
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From$126
Kimpton CLOCKTOWER HOTEL
4.4/585 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.77km from city center
If first impressions are your thing, the Kimpton Clocktower will take your breath away. I arrived in the afternoon after a drive from Oxford, and from the moment the automatic doors opened in the lobby, I was amazed. The decor is beautiful and classic. Mixing an old world style with modern touches. I had a slight hiccup at the front desk since most hotels have become cashless. I’m thankful for the front desk manager that came over and gave me the customer service I expected from this hotel since the other attendant was quite cold and lacking the type of communication it takes to be at the front desk. Once that was settled I went to the room, which was stunning. It was spacious and they really spared no detail to make it feel luxurious. Not to mention it was extremely clean. The bathroom was spotless which is always the first place I look. The hotel is located quite central to everything. Restaurants and shops are at the doorstep, and it’s just a short walk to the city center. I would definitely stay in this hotel again…and you should too.
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From$115
Malmaison Manchester
4.1/5103 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|1km from city center
We stayed here for the night as we were off to watch Ed Sheeran at the Ethiad. The location was great, central and had nearby parking. We expected to pay over the odds due to the concert. This was a great for my Wife’s Birthday and the room as almost £400 for the night. We had paid extra for a “recently refurbished” deluxe room, I would hate to have seen what the standard room I had a originally booked looked like if this was deluxe. The room (232) was no better than a Premier Inn, and nothing had been updated in what looked like 5 -10 years. Basic moderns facilities like a socket near the bed to charge a phone we’re none existent, the standard tv channels did not work, everything was a bit tired expect a giant tartan wall graphic. The shower was a pitiful pressure and boiling hot, not the luxury you expect and we have come to expect for a Malmaison. We had a lovely time watching Ed and then returned late to the hotel and decided to treat ourselves to some room service. We ordered a cheese and ham toastie each, not something you can really get wrong. Cheap sliced white bread, barely any cheese, 1 slice of wafer ham and a bag of crisps between us - for the small fee of £17+ service charge. We have stayed at both the Malmaison in Oxford and Cheltenham and would return there. Not to this one again, we would rather stay in a Travelodge, at least they’re consistent. All the staff were lovely, polite and efficient. The money here is for the location NOT the luxury you’d expect.
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From$98
Native Manchester
4.6/5125 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|1.12km from city center
Stayed in 2 bed apartment was super spacious, en-suite in one of the bedrooms and equipped with everything needed for your stay. Only thing that I would say could improve would be adding a safe in the apartments, this was something one of my friends wanted to use for some jewellery she had but we couldn’t find one in the apartment anywhere. Jordan on the main reception was fab and sorted out the things we asked for. Lovely, chatty and super friendly. Will only stay at Native for my Manchester trips.
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From$118
Campanile Manchester
4.2/5119 Reviews
Manchester
|1.07km from city center
The hotel has its strong and weak points. The cost is cheap for Manchester and based on its location. You can arguably walk to Deansgate (drive was 5 minutes). There is a large Sainsburys , gym and retail park next door: plus a KFC and macdonalds across the road. The rooms are in desperate need of refurb. Whilst the bedding was nice and clean the rest feels old, dated and in need of a refresh. The walls feel thin and you can hear conversations in other rooms and outside on the corridors. The windows are worse in that road traffic and other noise can be heard. The hotel is built like an annex where reception and restaurant area sits on its own but the rooms are part of the larger building opposite. It is relatively secure though being split probably doesn’t help as anyone can let anyone in. The staff are great and very helpful. The car park availability was terrible. Either it is too small for the hotel or the nearby residents are using it: I think the latter as there was dozens of cars parked in the retail park adjacent to the hotel as well (where I had to park).
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Pillo Rooms Apartments- Manchester Arena
2.7/56 Reviews
Manchester
|1.8km from city center
The room is large, the equipment is very new, the price is very good if there is a car, suitable for short stay, the location is a bit biased
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Britannia Country House Hotel & Spa
3.1/510 Reviews
Didsbury
Manchester
|7.05km from city center
I’m literally sat typing this at 3:03am because I can’t get any sleep. - When I arrived, the 2 members of staff working at reception were arguing with each other and the girl who served me was in a foul mood (unprofessional) - The bed is uncomfortable - Charged £7 to use wifi for one night stay (most hotels offer it in the package) - There were hairs in the bath from the last person (during covid-19 pandemic) - The soap dispenser in the bath was empty - The hotel seems to be used as a hostel for some people to live in and as it’s after 3am, I can still hear people with the TV on in their room loud. - People chatting outside whilst smoking. It means when I open the window, I smell the smoke and risk setting the fire alarm off. I didn’t realise it was a Britannia hotel. I’ve had shocking experiences in these hotels before but until you get here, you don’t realise as the name isn’t obvious on the booking. If I’d known I’d have avoided it.
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ibis Manchester Centre Princess Street
4.4/546 Reviews
City Centre
Manchester
|0.97km from city center
This was ideal as there’s a car park opposite and a small supermarket on the road. No fridge but a kettle and tea and coffee in the room.
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Stay Inn Manchester
3.5/560 Reviews
Manchester
|0.92km from city center
Nice central location, free parking which is very rare. Room was clean and tidy, albeit small. Bed comfy. Its a no frills clean budget hotel really which is just what I wanted. Within walking distance to the centre and barely 5 mins from the AO Arena which is a huge bonus. Breakfast was expensive so I didn't sample that. No negatives to report really.
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