Le Meridien Victoria & Albert (Manchester) Reviews
Description:Water Street, Manchester, M3 4JQ. Tel: +44 (0)870 400 8585. Fax: +44 (0)161 834 2484.
Newest Review: ... courtyard "one-way" system around a fountain. You stop in front of the entrance and are met by the bellboy, who can help you in with your luggage and, for a fee, will take your car and park it for you, retrieving it back to the entrance when you leave. Go on, treat yourself! If you're feeling "tight" then park it yourself! The work they have done on ... more
Customer Le Meridien Victoria & Albert (Manchester) Reviews (1)
by - written on 02/10/02, updated on 11/08/04 (Very useful, 312 readings)
Manchester is no different from any big city when it comes to hotels; the choice is varied, you get pretty much what you pay for. During the week you can be sure that prices are going to be high, at least for those hotels that would be considered "top of the range", three, four and those odd few that gain the much sought-after five stars. Weekends are a different matter. Bargains can often be found; rooms for double occupancy at half the weekday price. We were spending a weekend in Manchester because my son, having graduated from UMIST (a 2:1 in Computer Science), decided that he wanted to ... Read the complete review
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