Beautiful bedrooms, friendly staff. Convieniant Starbucks down stairs.
Upon arrival I asked for an upgrade for my room as I wanted SKY television. (As I had realised I booked the wrong room)
Unfortunately SKY wasn't working in that room (which is the only reason I wanted to upgrade) so the next day, asked to get it fixed...
This was delt incredibly well as it only took 5 minutes from when we told the staff about the issue, to come up and try to resolve the problem.
It lead us to move rooms. Into a slightly smaller room. But with all the same amenities.
The next day our electronic room key wouldn't let us into our room... so asked to get it fixed.. and again.. with in seconds it was delt with.
We didn't leave our rooms much due to my boyfriend working nights and sleeping patterns. But this obviously ruined the house keeping regime.
They would kindly phone us up and ask if we would like our room cleaned or any towels... in which we replied 'wanting towels'.
We didn't receive one lot of towels on one of the days. But I understand as we are one of many rooms in the Village hotel. And we were being a pain.
Over all the experience was wonderful.
You have a wonderful set of staff members and should be very proud.
We will be back (if you let us)
Images attached. (The first hotel room)
Traveller from Lauren
Situated in the business district, this spa hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Bury Market and The Rock. The Met and Bury …More
I picked the hotel since I needed to be on the SE side of town and close to the station. It ticked all of those boxes. Being on Piccadilly it is slightly more noisy (traffic wise) in the early morning, but for me that was a minor offset to its location. I did not dine or breakfast at the hotel so can make no comment there.
Room was clean and wifi was free and fast.
Traveller from Sheffield
Located in Manchester City Centre, this boutique hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Piccadilly Gardens, Affleck's Palace …More
Very nice hotel. Staff helpful and friendly. Expensive to eat and drink there, but plenty of other place local to the hotel to eat and drink. Arrived 3 hours before check in, so asked if we could leave our bags. To our surprise room was already ready, so checked in straight away. Room spacious and very clean and comfortable. No hidden costs as we already knew had to leave a £50 deposit, which was returned on check out. Our only unexpected cost was the taxi fair from the hotel to Etihad stadium cost £18. Very enjoyable stay, would definitely recommend and use this hotel again.
Traveller from West Yorkshire
Located in Manchester City Centre, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester …More
Really like the style - similar to citizenM - with a subtle sense of humour. Room was large and comfortable. Ate breakfast and lunch at the hotel - food quality and service was good. I'd stay here again if I was in Manchester.
Traveller from Vienna
Located in Manchester City Centre, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Piccadilly Gardens, Affleck's Palace, and …More
Bolton, 10 miles north-west of Manchester, is home to the neoclassical Bolton Town Hall, which opened in 1873. An earlier addition to the town is Ye Olde Man and Scythe pub, which dates from 1251, and is one of the oldest public houses in Britain. Bolton Wanderers play their football at the Reebok Stadium, and comedian Peter Kay has based much of his work on the town and its people.