A Fabulous Foodie Stay with Store Street Exchange at the DoubleTree by Hilton® Hotel Manchester Piccadilly– Review
The DoubleTree by Hilton® Hotel Manchester Piccadilly, located in Manchester city centre, is ideal for both business and leisure.
Go from train to room in record time, as the hotel is just a few minute’s walk from Manchester Piccadilly train station.
An exciting, electric and eclectic part of the city where you can even watch Manchester’s iconic yellow trams pass by.
Synonymous with the welcome on arrival, the room was just as warm and wonderful. A cosy home away from home, with a super snug Sweet Dreams® bed, flat screen TV, Complimentary wifi, mineral water and sky sports channels.
A Luxury suite Stay at the Marriott Victoria & Albert Manchester Hotel Review: September 2018
The Magnificent Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel, in Manchester city centre, is located in an enviable postcode, on the banks of the beautiful River Irwell.
The spacious reception area provides a perfect place to warmly welcome guests for a stunning stay.
Décor both inviting and impeccable, with communal areas offering the ideal hub to relax, people watch or catch up with business contacts over a coffee.
For that extra slice of prestige and premium luxury opt for one of their sensational signature suites. The divine Duplex suite, split over two levels, was super spacious and immediately felt like a home away from home.
The lovely lounge, with flat screen television, sofa, hospitality tray, along with both still and sparkling water, was a nice space to kick back and relax.
Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester City Centre Review: May 2018
The 5-star iconic Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester is located in the home of Manchester’s historic Free Trade Hall and is the original home to the Hallé Orchestra, which is steeped in history and old school decadence and charm.
Originally, built in 1853 to commemorate the repel of the corn laws and sympathetically refurbished in 2004, retaining original features such as the façade, to create this stunning five-star hotel, with spa, restaurant and a bar.
Make your way through the airy, impressive and exquisite lobby, which hosts a mix of eclectic contemporary décor including a giant cockerel, bold Buddha head and some interesting wall art.
The Principal Manchester Hotel Review: February 2018
A landmark location within Manchester city centre, The Principal Hotel presents Victorian decadence and grandeur. This terracotta grade II listed building shapes Manchester’s skyline with its unmissable iconic clock tower.
First opened in 1890, as The Refuge Assurance Company Headquarters, the Principal Hotel has a rich historic past. The extravagant entrance with high steel gates, trio lit lighting, topiary planters, gold engraved Principal signage and flags flying proudly, prepares guests to step into a breathtakingly opulent lobby.
The stunning sculptured horse stands proud in reception and provides a talking point for sure. The breathtakingly beautiful sky dome dominates divinely with style and grace.
Sympathetic, yet extensive renovations reflect and retain the original features and historical charm by combining contemporary and traditional to create an eclectic, quirky and unique space for guests to embrace and enjoy.