Renaissance Hotel (Manchester) Reviews
Description:Adresse: Blackfriars Street Manchester / M3 2EQ
Newest Review: ... beside the hotel. Check in was a little slow, but we were given a room on a high floor as we requested and the receptionist was very friendly and helpful with directions etc. Our room was large with two king size beds as there were three people staying in the room (the third adult incurs a £20 charge), a fridge, TV,a reasonable sized bathroom and a small sitting area with sofa and chairs. ... more
Customer Renaissance Hotel (Manchester) Reviews (1)
by - written on 03/05/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
We stayed here as we were going to a show at the Manchester Evening News Arena and booked the hotel due to it's central location. The location could not have been better with only a 5-10 minute walk to the Arena and the Printworks. The main shops are just accross the road and the Arndale is a 2 minute walk. The hotel only has valet parking which you are charged for, although there is an NCP beside the hotel. Check in was a little slow, but we were given a room on a high floor as we requested and the receptionist was very friendly and helpful with directions etc. Our room was large with two king size beds as there were three people ... Read the complete review
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