My husband and I stayed here for a night on a child-free weekend break. The hotel itself was lovely, lots of exposed old beams and iron pillars (it's an old warehouse). It's a bit more unique than the usual chain hotel. All the staff we encountered were friendly:check-in, concierge, housekeeping, restaurant and bar. The hospitality tray was a bit sparse when we first arrived, but no sooner had we asked for further supplies than housekeeping was at the door with more teabags etc than we realle needed. The king size room was lovely, good responsive heating system, very clean with a nice bathroom. The bed was comfy and I slept like a log.
Breakfast was ok, not the best I have ever had in a hotel. The fresh fruit was lovely but the cereal choice was limited and the ones I chose tasted like sawdust. However, the cooked breakfast was good and so was the fresh bread.
The location is good for central Manchester, only a 10 minute walk or so.
We would recommend this hotel.More
- Free Wifi