Stayed here for two weekend nights at the end of April 2012. Nice, newly built, comfortable hotel. Very functional for a short stay. Not too expensive for B&B (the breakfast is quite good) but the bar food later in the day is overpriced for what it is - microwaved style burgers, panninis etc. The hotel is close to plenty of shopping and eating out and appeared to us to command a reliable taxi service. Our room was on the 4th floor, overlooking the furniture suppliers and the snooker centre across the road but there was no noticeable noise from the street. We would definitely stay here again B&B, but we wouldn't eat here in the afternoon or evening.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Guest staying at this vibrant Manchester hotel enjoy the comfort of one of our 252 rooms and suites amid the bustle of the city centre. Across the street from the Arena, our convenient location puts leisure and corporate travellers in walking distance of premier attractions and business holdings. On-site dining and fitness facilities complete the comforts of the Park Inn by Radisson Manchester City Centre. Round out your stay with a workout or spa treatment at the hotel's health club and a tasty meal in the hotel's RBG restaurant. Guests can find parking at the National Car Park (NCP) directly opposite the hotel, which offers a discount for hotel guests ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Park Inn By Radisson Manchester Victoria Hotel Manchester
- Park Inn Manchester