Lowry Hotel (Manchester) Reviews
Newest Review: ... towards the bar and restaurant, the desk on the left and the lifts to the room on the right. The process was quick and easy to sign in and I was shown to my room personally. The room: The room was massive. As I got off the lift on my floor there was a huge lobby area with sofas and flowers. My room was not far off this. As I swiped my card in the thick wood door to get in I was greeted my a huge, softly lit area. A walk in wardobe to my left, a marble bathroom to my right and a large bedroom/ living area in front of me. The huge windows at the end of the room looked out over the river and Manchester. The view was gorgeous. The sleepi... more
Customer Lowry Hotel (Manchester) Reviews (3)
by - written on 31/03/07 (Useful, 39 readings)
I am never going to be able to afford to live like a celebrity so when work offered me a week at the Lowry Hotel in Manchester I jumped at the chance. I had seen the Lowry in the papers many times - the Man City players had a Christmas party there and David Beckham stays there when he is in Manchester. And not suprising as it is the only 5* hotel in Manchester. Car Park: There is a specific built car park for the hotel with barrier that requires a coin from the reception to get out to ensure no one else parks there. It is quite expensive (£12 per day) Checking In: As I dragged my suitcase along the car park the concierge was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/02, updated on 27/11/02 (Very useful, 527 readings)
We were really looking forward to our stay at the Lowry Hotel in Manchester, being full of optimism about the Rocco Forte chain. Maybe, just maybe this chain could offer the answer to the terminal problem of finding a decent chain of luxury hotels in the U.K., that actually deliver the goods. Never mind that they are only in Cardiff, Edinburgh and Manchester so far!! After a really enjoyable stay at the St David's in Cardiff, I wrote with a few very trivial queries about our stay, (most of which turned out to be mistakes on my part!), but the hotel group offered us an upgrade to a Deluxe Riverside Suite during our next stay at the Lowry in Manchester. This was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/02, updated on 28/02/02 (Very useful, 292 readings)
I booked this hotel as part of a package which included tickets to a Man Utd match for my husband. The match was a present to him, but I don?t like football so my concession was that we stayed in a nice hotel. This is advertised as the only 5 star hotel in Manchester, it is located on the banks of the river and is new , having only opened summer 2001. The hotel has a large car park, which at the time of our visit was free, however they will shortly be introducing charges (£6 per day I think) although I believe this includes valet parking. Upon entering the hotel we were greeted by the doorman and escorted to reception. Checking in was very quick and ... Read the complete review
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