Holiday Inn Express (Manchester) Reviews
Newest Review: ... hotel is ideally located next to Oxford Road train station. It's not the main station in Manchester, but a lot of lines do run through this station. It's also not far at all from Picadily so you can walk if you'd like, if not then it's a short taxi ride or jump on the free city centre bus. It's fairly new, so I find all of the rooms clean and spacious. Naturally it's a budget hotel, so you can't expect 5 stay, but it's definitely nicer than a lot of hotels I have had the pleasure of staying in. There's a large TV, double bed, sofa bed, tea/coffee facilities and a nice, new, fresh bathroom. Due to being there from work, I often o... more
Customer Holiday Inn Express (Manchester) Reviews (2)
by - written on 18/05/13 (Somewhat useful, 20 readings)
I have stayed in this hotel numerous times for work. Our office is based in Trafford Park, but I prefer staying in the city centre to have a better choice of establishments for dinner. The hotel is ideally located next to Oxford Road train station. It's not the main station in Manchester, but a lot of lines do run through this station. It's also not far at all from Picadily so you can walk if you'd like, if not then it's a short taxi ride or jump on the free city centre bus. It's fairly new, so I find all of the rooms clean and spacious. Naturally it's a budget hotel, so you can't expect 5 stay, but it's definitely nicer than a lot of hotels I have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/11, updated on 18/04/12 (Very useful, 125 readings)
On our very recent stay in Manchester (glad we are not there now) we decided to stay at the Holiday Inn Express as the Premier Inn we had stayed at the previous night would have been £92 with breakfast. This hotel was £69 for 4 with breakfast. The hotel is situated opposite Oxford Road train station but you can't enter in and out of the station opposite it, you have to walk round the corner. Book in is from 2pm and checkout 11am. As we were already in Manchester we went to the art gallery nearby before checking in. We thought we would then drop our bags off and go shopping. Most places let you book in a little early if the room is ready, so we ... Read the complete review
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