I stayed here for a few days when Natterbox5 had the bedbug encounter, and had no problems. I certainly didn't notice the business people having 'a right carry on', maybe I'm anti-social, I tend not to eat or drink in hotels - much preferring to explore the local environment.
As a clean, efficient place to stay the Park Inn has a lot going for it, it's new, spotlessly clean and central (as has been mentioned elsewhere it's only minutes from 'The Printworks' and the Arena).
And, to be honest, when you have fifteen restaurants less than five minutes away, why would you choose to dine in a hotel?
The only downside for me was the cost of WiFi, there are deals available, but for somewhere that promotes itself as a business hotel, free WiFi should be standard these days.
- 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