INNSIDE by Meliá Manchester Hotel – Review: March 2019
Just a short walk away from Deansgate and Manchester Central, INNSIDE is located in the vibrant and fabulous First Street development in the heart of Manchester city centre.
The inviting reception area, with their branded #Worktripping welcome mat, a clean contemporary space, with floral décor and a nice touch is the unique Manchester themed graffiti art on the central column.
The seating and chill out zone at the hotel reception area provides a relaxed spacious and stylish space to kick back and relax.
Hilton Garden Inn Emirates Old Trafford Manchester Review: March 2019
Located just three miles from Manchester city centre, with on-site parking, officially opened in 2017, the Emirates Old Trafford’s Hilton Garden Inn was the final part of the venue’s multi-million-pound redevelopment.
Located on the site of the fabulous and famous Lancashire cricket pitch, the hotel has a really energy and excitement about the place.
The reception was warm, welcoming and gave good vibes right from the offset. Throughout the stay all staff were wonderful and made the hotel feel like home.
Décor a mix of subtle shades with a relaxing upholstered cosy island seating area, with of course cricket on the television.
The well-designed premium room with king bed, had a Serta mattress which gave me a great night’s sleep. Additionally, the room included a 40-inch HDTV, mini-refrigerator, and coffee/tea making facilities. Also, complimentary WiFi and a wonderful work desk with ergonomic chair.
A fabulous fresh fruity welcome platter and card awaited our arrival, which was fab, a nice extra gesture.
Combined with the fact that we were in a Pitch Facing room, overlooking the Cricket Pitch, with an external private balcony was a breath-taking moment and really made me genuinely smile.
A Fabulous Festive Foodie Stay, with Peter Street Kitchen, at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester – Review
Celebrate in style this Christmas, with the Radisson Blu Edwardian, at their super 5-star luxury hotel in the heart of Manchester city centre.
Situated inside the historic Free Trade Hall, the hotel is steeped in historic charm and elegance, as one of the city’s most iconic buildings.
The reception area boasts a beautiful crystal chandelier, as its signature centrepiece. Along with the Christmas tree, sophisticatedly decorated, providing that home away from home feel.
Since the extensive refit, the interiors now have a fantastic and fabulous fresh look.
Clean, contemporary lines with amazing artwork, lighting, planting and subtle subdue shades, creates a relaxed and refreshed vibe.
Last Drop Village Hotel & Spa Review: August 2018
The Last Drop Village Hotel & Spa, located on the edge of the beautiful West Pennine moors, whose origins date back to farm buildings from the 17th century, is now a four-star hotel, Spa & experience.
In 1964 owner Carlton Walker, was offered “the last drop” of a bottle of wine, to mark the completion and celebrations of the restaurant, hence the hotels current name.
Warmly welcomed by the ladies on reception, we headed up to our Executive double room. Spacious and immaculate room presentation, a great start to our super spa stay. The bedside area has a lamp, decent shelving unit and plenty of plugs for all your tech gadgets.
The desk entertainment area with flat screen television, can double up as an ideal work area, as there is also complimentary high-speed internet access, or as a vanity area. A logo embossed Last Drop Hotel notepad and pencil along with a well-appointed tea tray with coffee, tea and herbal teas was provided.
The contemporary bathroom included a sunken bathtub, overhead shower unit, heated towel unit, bidet and toilet. Well designed and an ideal space for getting spruced up for dinner at the onsite Courtyard restaurant.