Oxford Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
"In the future, I hope to note the floor and other details in the basic situation of the room. When I arrived at the hotel, I first gave a room on the LG floor. The hygiene of the room was unsatisfactory. The window was almost against the wall, and there was only one corner to see the light. You can see that the railway was above. The train was passing loudly and sleeping Bad people must not live in such a room. At four o'clock in the afternoon, I was still confused about jet lag. I was scared by the sharp alarm sound, which lasted for tens of seconds. No one came to see it. Then the alarm sounded again for several seconds. So I could n’t bear to change the room. When I asked about the alarm, I said there was no problem. I did n’t explain the reason. I explained the reason for the change. The hotel had a good attitude. I took someone to take a look at a room on the second floor. , Meaning disabled people can use it, there is no bathtub. Decided to change rooms, afraid of staying downstairs and running out of problems. The newly changed rooms are generally good, but they are ridiculously high and live a bit unaccustomed to living. The room is equipped with some snacks such as fries, popcorn and chocolate, which is considered intimate."
"The location is great, right next to Chinatown, you can walk directly. Breakfast is a decent English breakfast. The dining environment is very good, but the table is a bit short. We are a room booked by four girls together. The room is large and the bed is comfortable (but it feels that our room should be provided for the disabled. There is a first aid button on the wall similar to the ward. I am It's nothing, but my friend felt uncomfortable when he saw it). The hotel is very suitable for children, but we did not have an extra bed because the bed was large enough, the front desk attitude was ok, and any requirements would be met. The only vignette is that the fire alarm in the UK is still bursting, and the fire alarm sounded at 3:30 in the middle of the night."
"The hotel is old. We had no electricity in the room at the beginning. Later we exchanged a room with the hotel. The room was slightly bigger. The reception was very good. There was free hot wine, chocolate, fruit, fresh juice.
However, the night after we reported that the jack was out of power, the hotel didn't care about us after a row of people came to repair it. After 20 minutes of repair, we suddenly lost power. The response of the call was that we were working hard to change the room the next day"