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Located a quick tram ride away from the centre of the city, this hotel enjoys all the convenience of a city centre hotel, without any of the noise and bustle! With its picturesque and tranquil location on the Salford Quays, you could be a world away from the city.

Located closely to both Manchester United Football Club and the world renowned Lowry Centre, this hotel offers great value for money, wrapped up in spacious and comfortable guest rooms with all the usual refinements you would expect (plus games consoles!), and free onsite parking.  The flexible layout of this hotel means that connecting rooms are available for larger groups and excellent conferencing, banqueting and meeting facilities can all be organised to your specification.

An excellent choice for business or for a relaxing break, this hotel is only a twenty minute drive away from Manchester International Airport, the North’s major hub for most airlines. 

In the local area

All the shopping you could ever need under one roof is a short journey away from this hotel at the baroque styled Trafford Centre.  The second largest indoor shopping centre in the UK, the Trafford Centre welcomes millions of visitors each year and also plays host to ‘The Orient’ food hall which is designed in homage to Manchester’s canal and shipping heritage.

If shopping is not your thing but football is, then you are in for a treat.  The stratospheric Manchester United Football Club is based in this area too.  Old Trafford is its iconic home and this football club is probably one of the most recognised in the world.  An absolute must on the itinerary of any football fan, the tour of Old Trafford is probably one of the most in demand in Manchester and a great day out is guaranteed, with the experience lasting a lifetime. The atmosphere at this temple of football, whether it be match day or not, is electric.

In a splendid contrast to the bullish charms of Old Trafford, the Lowry Centre sits in its quiet and sculpturally elegant waterside location at the Quays. The profuse glass and metal used to construct this building reflects Manchester’s past and future.  Opened in 2000 with the aim of uniting visual and performing arts, the Lowry Centre has achieved its aim with a well respected and dynamic diary of events taking place throughout the year. The Lowry bills itself as ‘a destination, not just a venue’ and when you marvel at the form of the building, rising canal side like a flotilla of boats with creativity spilling out of its every portal, it is not hard to see why.