Hotel Door

This four star modern hotel is only minutes from the major attractions of Manchester. With superior services and facilities, this chic hotel is ideal for both the business traveller and those looking to experience the city life of Manchester.

Being suitable for business travellers, there is internet, conference, fax and photocopy services available. All guests get to enjoy the benefits of room service, a currency exchange desk, a gift shop and twenty four hour reception desk.

The hotel also boasts a restaurant and bar and there is a fitness centre, sauna and steam room on-site. The comfortable and contemporary rooms are all air conditioned and en-suite. They come with a television and daily housekeeping service. You will also find a telephone with voicemail function and a refrigerator in each of the guest rooms.

The Local Area

Manchester is a bustling city centre, alive with history and culture. Visiting the area you should stop by the Town Hall where you can enjoy a guided tour through the beautiful buildings where you can experience the magnificent sculptures, murals and learn about the history of this architectural masterpiece.

Then head to the Cathedral with its superb architecture and unbelievable medieval woodwork. There are tours available which is advised to ensure you don’t miss a thing about this historical site.

Castlefield Heritage Park and St Johns Gardens are absolutely divine. If you want to visit a relaxing place where you can soak up the views while learning a little history at the same time, this is where you go. Visit the reconstructed Roman Fort and see the oldest railway station in the world or just sit back on the grass and relax while you take in the scenery.

The Museum of Science and Industry offers a choice of exhibitions including interactive exhibitions. This is an all day affair for the entire family; there is something here for everyone. Enjoy a drink at the café before heading back to the streets to find out more about this vibrant city.

Oxford Road is a must; this is called the “cultural corridor” by the locals because it’s alive with museums, art galleries and theatres. Here you will stumble across Cornerhouse, a contemporary art complex, or stop in at the Manchester Museums. Another museum for the sporting enthusiast is the Manchester United Museum where you can learn about this famous football club, enjoy their achievements and find out what makes them so great.


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