Second stay, just went back as our friends had already booked it, there are far nicer places to stay in Manchester. It's ok, staff v friendly, buzzy lobby, nice breakfast, but rooms are v boxy, corporate, bland, no hint of luxe or quirkiness...£180 per night...felt a bit underwhelmed...I remember that from last time but we had paid for a junior suite that was awful, this time I was hoping a plain double wouldn't be so disappointing...worst thing was screens at window, not curtains, didn't draw together properly and light came streaming in in early morning...ugly view from rear of hotel, room too chilly, friends too hot, heating difficult to regulate...but - staff pleasant and breakfast nice...definitely not for a special stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The award-winning Radisson Blu Edwardian Free Trade Hall Manchester features 263 bedrooms, in addition to a number of meeting and event rooms, within a luxury 5* gold award property. The hotel also caters to your every culinary need, from Steak & Lobster at Alto, to the glamorous Opus One Restaurant and Bar featuring the finest locally sourced British food. Sienna Spa & Health Club comes complete with swimming pool, Jacuzzi and steam/sauna. The hotel holds the Green Tourism Business Scheme Gold Award. Throughout the hotel is complimentary Wi-Fi. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Radisson Edwardian Manchester Hotel Manchester
- Radisson Manchester
- Manchester Radisson