5 min walk from train station and 5 min walk to plane terminal--all inside! Staff was extra nice and professional. Room service very quick and large servings of very good food. Beds comfortable. No noise in the rooms not on the runway. Our room had an issue with the toilet that we reported on the way out. Either the cleaning staff doesn't report problems or maintenance is slow. The desk clerk was concerned when we reported it. Hopefully, it is fixed by now. This resulted in a 4 star for facility.
Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester, Airport is connected to the terminals via a covered walkway. The nearest train station is a …More
Check in was fast and efficient. The staff friendly and helpful. The pool was nice but the hot tub was scolding hot after 2 complaints from different people a hose put in. The room was clean and tidy. I think the bathroom could have done with a refit but it was clean and tidy.
Traveller from Sheffield
Located in Blackrod, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Macron Stadium, Bolton Arena, and Douglas Valley Golf Club. Bolton …More
Stayed just for one night - two adults and two children. We booked a double double and it was a lovely spacious room., We had driven to Manchester and the hotel was really easy to find and had ample parking. Hotel staff were very welcoming and helpful. We had food in the bar which was very good. There was a slight delay with one of the mains because of an error but we were immediately offered a complimentary drink even thought I said it was not necessary - I thought this was a nice touch. I would recommend this hotel
Traveller from South East Ireland
Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa is a 3-minute walk from Piccadilly Train Station and 10 minutes from O2 Apollo Manchester …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.