Stayed one Night in room 402. No idea what sort of room it is but it cost £99 pounds on hotels.com. Lots of space and an extremely well equipped kitchen. Am not sure if this is the room for disabled mentioned in another review since it had pull down handles in the shower. They were no problem. But the ridiculously low bed with the super soft mattress that slopped to one side was. That coupled with a lot of road noise and some noisy guests lead to a poor night's sleep. The shower had 2 heads but the problem was the place to put toiletries was next to the showerhead at the shower curtain that was too short end of the cubicle rather than the glass walled end of the cubicle. And the hand basins were so low I had to stoop to use them. None of these are deal breakers but all add up to why this was not a 5 star experience. The grabbed breakfast is just that - not really anywhere to sit even if you wanted to. And only decent caff coffee available - no decaff. The pastries were nice. The fruit choice was underwhelming.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Roomzzz Manchester - As you'd expect from a luxury hotel in Manchester, there's every concession to contemporary style and comfort with 59 individual apartments to choose from - from compact studios to spacious suites. Each one fully fitted for the practicalities of daily life; each one finished with a subtle suggestion of the Orient inspired by the bustle of nearby Chinatown. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Roomzzz Aparthotel Manchester City Hotel Manchester