Bewleys Hotel Manchester Airport (Manchester) Reviews
Description:Address: Outwood Lane / Manchester / M90 4HL / England
Newest Review: ... hotel the night before to save having to get up at 1am to get to the aiport in time! They raved about it and decided they were going to stay there every time they went away from then on and last year we decided we'd try it too. As we were flying to the States for Christmas we had a typical morning flight to New York leaving Manchester at 10.30am. If we'd been going there from home we would ... more
Customer Bewleys Hotel Manchester Airport (Manchester) Reviews (4)
by - written on 07/02/12, updated on 07/02/12 (Very useful, 69 readings)
As we live nearly two hours drive from Manchester Airport we generally tend to find the drive down the M6/M62, finding of the carpark and commute to the airport quite a stressful situation, worrying about hold-ups on the motorway, not being able to find the carpark and generally viewing it a necessary, but evil, part of our holiday. And, when you take into account that you have to check in at the airport 2-3 hours before your flight time, the 2 hours it takes us to get there, the minimum of half an hour you have to allow for the carparking scenario and the extra hour you leave yourself in case of traffic or accidents that's well over 6 hours from start to finish. As we .. Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
With an early morning flight and no Manchester residence at the moment, I booked into Bewleys Hotel to get my latest adventure off to a good start. Like the Crown Plaza I reviewed a few months ago prior to my last, somewhat abortive expedition, it is located on the airport site. In fact, it is right next door to the Crown Plaza, close to the interconnected Terminals 1 and 3, and not far at all from Terminal 2. The website and confirmation email both had clear directions from the M56, and helpfully indicated that the final bit required a sharp left hand turn. There is a decent sized car park once you pass through the barrier, but it's not immediately obvious where to pull Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/10 (Very useful, 169 readings)
Last year I flew from Manchester Airport for the first time. The flight was very early, and as we were travelling to the airport by train, we had no choice but stay over night. We needed a hotel close to Manchester Airport station, and obviously very close to the airport too. We also did not want to be spending a fortune, we were leaving in the early hours so was not even spending a full night in the hotel, so obviously we did not want to be paying a lot of money. Those who have looked for hotels nearby will know that there are very, very few cheap hotels around the airport. However, whilst on the internet I came across this hotel, Bewleys ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I am very fortunate to have travelled to many places, and with Manchester Airport being my nearest airport, I get the majority of my flights from here. When I first started travelling, I hated the whole rush about in the morning, get half way down the road, realise you've forgotten something, turn around, drive back home, then worry all the way to the airport that you might miss your flight and your entire holiday will be ruined. My husband and I therefore decided that to eradicate this problem and to enable us to relax even sooner before our vacations, that we would start staying in a hotel the night before, that way there was no rush, we would get to the hotel when we . Read the complete review
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