x The average starting price for a place to stay in Manchester is £70 per night.
55 Blackfriars Road SalfordAwesome 88%
theflemish Don't stay there if Man U plays at home because you dont gone sleep a lot. Nice spot in the middle of shopping manchester.
excalibur Definitely a great value for money for travellers looking for an excellent budget accommodation in the heart of Manchester city!
Scott M The staff at the hotel were increibely friendly and helpful, for example they were able to give me and my friend bus information for the surrounding area and booked us the cheapest taxi firm in town to get back the airport after our stay. The facilities there are a little out dated, but nothing major. Having to share bathroom facilities may be a bit of downer for some people though. For the price though it's an excellent place to stay as it's a 5 minute bus journey to City Centre and located near the Curry Mile, which is a bonus if you like Takeaways!
libby.ruth A lot of renovation is going on, and the standard of work leaves a lot to be desired. The taps in the bathroom came off in my hand.
89 Grove Lane, Cheadle Hulme, Stockport CheshireGood 74%
megwalker64 hotel was lovely..it was very clean and landlord n lady were brilliant,couldn't do enough for you they were so friendly..i would definately recommend this hotel to anyone
THAKKARH No wirelsess Internet. You need to by Network cable to access internet for 4 pounds. No cleaning of the Room / Apartment. No changing of Bath Towels Common Telephone in the hall doesn't work. Heater in the room doesn't work. Most of all, i paid 25pounds each day for 6 days when booked thru Traveller's point, but was suprised that if booked directly would only cost 70pounds per week. Unbeliveable. I felt cheated and ripped-off.
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