Campanile Manchester2.0 out of 5.0
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stayed here for 2 nights at a cost of £124 on a late booking via booking.com soon found why it was so cheap! On arrival found we were next to one of the busiest roads in manchester literally yards from it, sirens going all night and the ground floor room was so so small with no room to sawing a cat ! you couldnt shut the windows as it was quite a warm night, so hardly any sleep We was in room 108 on ground floor, these rooms in dire need of complete overhall, white painted anaglypta walls were scraped and dirty, bed springs creaked with every turn and stuck into you, dirty filty skirtings and plug points. the bathroom sink was cracked right through the right side, sealant was away from sink and bath surround in places, it was old and was not doing anything useful as away from the place it was supposed to be sealing, and again was black/brown in colour. Under the sink and the waste pipes were really really grubby, i always thought the bathroom would be the cleanest place .! no cups to swill your mouth for teeth cleaning not even paper ones. no ceramic mugs or cups in the bedroom either, we were given a paper cup which had to suffice for the entire day, used for coffee you then had to use them again for tea, with a wooden stick to stir, stupid cost cutting idea, bedrooms overall are dirty & run down, the carpet made my husbands white socks black within an hour of walking on the carpet. the inner corridoor outside our door smelt of majauana, we were three doors up from some youngsters who were having a ball , smoking both in the rooms and in the corridoor, not pleasant as it was all supposed to be non smoking areas, i reported this to reception it seemed to still carry on. The restuarant/bar was great! breakfast was an unexpected pleasure to the tastebuds, very nicely cooked, good selection and fresh. All staff were extreamly pleasant im sure trying to make the best of a bad thing, this place is great for workmen, who seemed to be in abundance about the hotel, who im sure just want to get there heads down like the youngsters , but if you like a clean bedroom/bathroom and a nice bed this is not for you.
hotel is located not far from Manchester city and both football grounds.the rooms are a bit out dated and could do with a fresh lick of paint.staff are ok.breakfest buffet not so good as food was very dry.
I've stayed at this hotel quite a few times, for the price it's excellent value for money. Free parking and a 20 min walk into the centre. The beds are super comfy, the rooms are very clean. It can get a little noisy on the ground floor rooms when it's busy - I prefer the rooms on the 1st and top floor, the ones overlooking the river are nice and seem a lot more spacious. All the staff are really friendly. The food is nice. The wifi is better than the wifi I have at home, book direct and it's free. Yes it's not the Hilton but what do people expect when you book a hotel for less that £50 a night? I definitely recommend this hotel.
Totally disgusting, Ive only given the place on star because trip advisor won't let me give out zero stars. To be fair its a budget hotel so i was only expecting somewhere to get my head down while we went out & wasn't expecting great things but this place was far lower than expectations easily the worst place id stayed. Also convinced someone was in my room in the middle of the night
Stayed here for one night, good location for travelling into Manchester City Centre and Old Trafford to watch the football. Friendly/helpful staff and very good quality food, the breakfast (highly recommended) was as good as, if not better than some premium hotels. Got a good night sleep, comfy bed. Great value.
I have travel all over the world this was the worse hotel I have ever stayed in. I was not looking for luxury just somewhere to sleep while I was at a show at Man Arena over the weekend. The place was filthy I would not eat my breakfast there went next door to Sainsburys ,the guests smoking in the corridor and fighting in their rooms the noise was unbelievable paper thin walls .I did not sleep at all Sat night this was the nearest I believe to being put in prison and I would only stay here if I was arrested and was sentenced here. The only redeeming feature are the staff who were helpful but embarrassed.
Stayed on 5 May 2017 to watch a show at the MEN Arena. It's about a 10 minute cab ride from the arena so it's a perfect location. Good size rooms clean and tidy with some slight mould in the bathroom, but for £27.50 a head what do you expect. Rooms stocked with tea &coffee making facilities, hairdryer, tv and towels. Free secure car park too. Good bar and friendly staff. Night security were very friendly and professional. Would stay again when visiting Manchester.
I stayed here for two nights. Unfortunately I was woken up by other guests partying and throwing up at 3am on my first night. I spoke to the lady on reception the morning after, she just said they were leaving that day. Although it wasn't the hotels fault, I got no recognition of the invonvience or ways the situation could have been resolved. The walls are very thin in the hotel and you can hear everything. My room was dirty, hair in the bath, the room was also very dusty, there must be no deep clean schedule for the rooms On my first evening I ate in the restaurant, I was the only person having ordered food, after 25 mins I asked how long it would be I was told 2 mins as the chef hadn't seen my order. The waiter brought me over a complimentary bottle of water as I had only had tap water- maybe refunding my meal would have been more appropriate I was disappointed by my whole stay and it's a shame because budget doesn't have to be bad but this was. Having stayed in many hotels over the years, this now wins the award for the worst- very disappointed
My friends and I had a fantastic stay at the Campanile Manchester for a friend's birthday. The hotel is ideal if you're looking for a base while visiting the city centre. The rooms are clean and the food excellent too. Also the bar area was modern/spacious which meant it was ideal for pre drinks before we left for the city centre. I believe the manager's name was Tom and he was a pleasure to deal with throughout our stay and was most helpful. All in all I was extremely pleased with our booking and will definitely be returning.
We stayed on one of these hotels in Birmingham and i wasn't impressed at all, They are cheap and we get a family room which is quite large. But this one i feel was better value for money. The staff were lovely and friendly. Its still a very dated hotel but you get what you pay for. The breakfast was really quite good. We have a dairy intolerance and they even had small cartons of soya milk!! I could have cereal which is great. Lots to choose from which is a big plus for us. Dont expect anything fancy and you wont be disappointed .
Campanile Manchester places you within a 15-minute stroll of popular sights such as Museum of Science and Industry and People's History Museum. This 104-room hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like free self parking and a conference center. Also close to this Salford hotel are Old Trafford and Manchester Opera House.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served each morning for a fee.
All 104 rooms feature coffee makers and desks. Flat-screen TVs come with digital channels, and guests can stay connected with WiFi.
At Campanile Manchester, guests have access to WiFi in public areas, a conference center, and free newspapers. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the area. This smoke-free hotel also has a porter/bellhop.
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45% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 626 reviews