Travelodge Manchester Central Hotel Reviews
Description:Travelodge Manchester Central Hotel / Blackfriars Street / Manchester M3 5AL / Tel: 0870 191 1659 / Fax: 0161 819 2906 ... more
Travelodge Manchester Central Hotel ... / At Travelodge, we provide everything you need for a comfortable night's sleep, whether you're on the road for business, or enjoying a city break with your family.
Newest Review: ... that it was so central, just about a 10 minute walk to the main shopping centre (sorry i have forgotton its name) where you can pick up clothes, food etc. Very handy. The negatives were when i finally found it, after struggling with the one way system for an hour, was the price of the car park! If you are staying more than one night please do not bring a car if you can help it, the ticket ... more
Customer Travelodge Manchester Central Hotel Reviews (8)
by - written on 06/06/12 (Somewhat useful, 31 readings)
Well firstly i will say how i travel the length of the country for work and i have stayed in more Travelodges than i care to remember. Nothing compares to my horrid experience in Preston Central, however i wasnt very pleased with this one. The positives however were the fact that it was so central, just about a 10 minute walk to the main shopping centre (sorry i have forgotton its name) where you can pick up clothes, food etc. Very handy. The negatives were when i finally found it, after struggling with the one way system for an hour, was the price of the car park! If you are staying more than one night please do not bring a car if you can help it, the ticket officers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
My partner and I had been invited to a wedding in Wales and as I am living in Scotland and my partner in The Netherlands we thought we thought that it would be easiest to meet in Manchester and then drive down to Wales the following morning for the wedding. We had originally booked a different hotel but after having some trouble with them we decided to cancel it and book somewhere else. As it was only for one night and we were paying a small fortune to stay in Wales the next night we decided to book in to the Travelodge Manchester Central. I had received an email from Travelodge a few days prior to us booking it that said they were having a sale on and rooms ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/10 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I was attending my friends hen party and this was the hotel of choice. It has a great central location and we found the shops were pretty much on your doorstep and the main pub area is only a short walk. There is also a great range of restraunts just round the corner. As for the hotel I would say it was def over priced for the state of repair it was in. I understand central hotels are always higher priced and more used but I would have expected better. It was certaintly not how the advertise it on the tv. I looked at 3 rooms as there were a group of us staying and all could have done with a good coat of paint. In our room the shower ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/09, updated on 02/01/10 (Very useful, 149 readings)
Earlier this year I found myself in need of a hotel in central Manchester, as my daughter's 2009 Christmas present was a trip the Manchester Evening News Arena to see Miley Cyrus in concert. A friend in the US sent me the presale code but much to my dismay many hotels around the arena were already full on the date of the concert despite tickets going on sale a good six months before. I really wanted a hotel within a short walking distance from the Arena which wasn't going to break the bank so once again I found myself on the Travelodge website, and managed to secure a booking at the Manchester Central hotel for £32 per night. Had I not had the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/09 (Very useful, 60 readings)
General Info --------------- The deansgate travelodge is brilliantly located in the very centre of Manchester, making it popular with people going to the city for events or for shopping trips. It is part of the massive travelodge chain who have been offering overnight accomodation for travellers for about 10 years. My experience ------------------ My experience of the Manchester City travelodge is a fairly good one. In i believe that you get exactly what you pay for. We booked the trip the day before we left to see Jason Manford, we had not, at first, planned to stay over, but decided we would considering the ... Read the complete review
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