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Park Inn by Radisson Manchester City Centre

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Stayed 1 night as we were attending a concert at the MEN Arena. No parking onsite but is available at the MCP Arena carpark, 3 minutes walk away, plus you get 20% discount on your ticket when leaving the carpark. It cost us £16 to park, which is commensurate with City Parking. First, the good bits - The Park Inn is brilliantly situated for the MEN and areas such as the Printworks, where we ate prior to the concert. The bedrooms are reasonably large and well soundproofed from the outside (we were on the second floor and heard no traffic), in addition there were black out curtains which enhanced the sleep experience. The beds are Superkings and very comfortable, and the shower room was nicely presented, but... The room was nothing special for a hotel that is supposedly 4 star, it had no "wow" factor for me. I realise it is City Centre and therefore premium prices, however, I have stayed in lesser chain hotels and had better equipped rooms. I know it's a minor quibble but most hotels where tea/coffee is provided actually leave packets of biscuits etc. In addition, the decor was drab. The shower also leaked which didn't enhance the shower experience! Plus, no nice toiletries, just dispensers on the wall, would have expected better. However, the room was air conditioned which worked well, clean and had a large LCD TV. After the concert, it was refreshing to see that there was security checking people's key cards on returning to the hotel. Breakfast could definitely be improved upon. Yes a decent choice and variety, however, for a 4 star hotel, not quite up to standard I would expect. Choice of hot and cold buffet items, with the hot items being under heated containers (it would have been helpful to have labels, so you didn't have to lift the lid to see what it was underneath). Very basic selection of hot breakfast items. Breakfast was ok, but like the rest of the stay, a bit "meh" to be honest and I wasn't inspired by the Park Inn, as it didn't offer anything special, considering the amount of money we paid. Sorry to say, but I wouldn't return.

Stayed here recently, great distance from Manchester Arena, restaurants and bars. No parking available at hotel but lots of car parks nearby. Rooms ok but no bath in our room which was disappointing. Breakfast was relaxed and lots to choose from. Our stay was slightly ruined as we were treated terribly by one of the bar staff. My partner went to bar and bought drinks, when he returned to table he realised he had been given change for £10 but had paid with £20, he went back to bar and was told this was not true (it was as we had just had a conversation before he went to bar about the fact we only had £20 cash on us) we were made to feel like we were lying and no checks were made to verify. We left bar. For this reason we would not return to this hotel.

Park Inn is very suitable for a business/short stay. Located around 10 minutes walk from city center. Just across the street, there is a big pool club for those who are into billiard (I didn’t have the chance to go inside but it seems nice from the outside) Rooms: Being not located exactly at the city center, I though rooms might be bigger but they are typical rooms for business hotels Breakfast: Limited variety of food but the presentation is good Service: Staff are OK… not the best but they are fine Value for money: the hotel is relatively a quite good value for money Internet: Free, fast internet in the rooms and reception

I stayed overnight on a recent business trip to Manchester and I was very impressed with this hotel. I arrived late at night and the welcome from the reception staff was friendly and efficient. Check in was easy and quick, my only criticism is that there is no onsite car park. The nearest car park is a large multi-storey NCP car park opposite the hotel and there is an are to load and unload at the hotel entrance. It was still a bit niggly as the weather was cold and wet but I suppose nowadays in a new inner city hotel this is not so unusual. The room was really comfortable, I had a King size room and there was a good amount of space and a good sized bathroom. The bed was really good, nice and big and comfortable and I had a good night's sleep; there was also a really cool coloured LED light around the headboard. The colour can be changed which I thoroughly enjoyed. The TV was a good size and picture and sound were good and there was a fantastic wall sized window. All in all the room was excellent, clean, a good size and heating was easily adjusted to suit. Breakfast was excellent. I travel a fair amount and really appreciate a good breakfast. There was an excellent selection of fresh and well cooked food and one thing I really appreciate is the decent sized mugs. I hate having a small cup for my tea - these mugs were a decent size and nice design. Check out was easy and quick and I enjoyed my stay. I will be staying there again when in Manchester and would recommend it to others.

After reading reviews we were a little nervous but these were unfounded. Myself and 2 friends arrived at the hotel Saturday morning having booked 2 twin rooms on a spa package for my 40th bday. We were not expecting to be able to check in but wanted details of the spa etc. The ladies on reception were friendly and professional and we received a warm welcome. On checking our details they frowned but when I told then I had spoken to a man earlier to explain it was my 40th they were all smiles and said that explains it. We were asked if we minded 2 doubles instead of twins which we agreed to and they told us our rate had changed and we had been upgraded to superior rooms on the 6th floor. Our room rate had been significantly reduced even though we were upgraded and we received drinks vouchers. We went to see the rooms which were simply lovely. Three of us could lay comfortably in one of the beds without being cramped. We then went down to the spa and got our robes and towels and were presented with a voucher for 25% off our lunch. We changed and lounged round the pool which was very relaxing. The pool was a good temperature and we enjoyed the steam room and sauna. We then went for our 50 minute treatments which we all enjoyed and we spoilt by the girls. After we got water and a glass of prosecco and a box of chocolates each which was a lovely touch. There were a good selection of magazines around the pool if you just want to lounge We then went for lunch..the restaurant which while busy didn't feel overcrowded and the staff we attentive and pleasant without being obtrusive. Lunch was lovely and filling. Then back for another lounge round the pool. We then went up to the rooms and a couple of us went for a walk. We then went down to the bar which again was busy but we were served quickly by welcoming staff. We initially just went for our free drinks but decided to eat but this wasn't an issue and we were well looked after. I even asked for something to be removed from my choice and it was no problem. We retired back to the room and lounged about drinking prosecco. The showers and facilities in the room were good and the rooms and hotel were lovely and clean. Breakfast was very good. Good quality food with a good selection . We especially liked the hot sausage rolls and potato/ sweet potato and pepper mix. Good choice of fruit , cereals pastries and drinks. All in all an excellent stay we want to return.

Radisson is my go to hotel chain and have always found their hotels to be of very high quality. I was expecting a high standard hotel which is not what I got! I on arrival I found the staff to be unhelpful. The carpets and foyer appeared unclean. The ensuite bathroom smelled of stale cigarettes (we don't smoke!) There is no on site parking, however there is a multi-storey over the road. The one advantage of the hotel was the location, a few minutes walk from the arena which was very handy. As a place to rest your head it's ok, however I would not recommend for a holiday break.

Perfect hotel for going to gig at the Manchester Arena. Comfortable room - great beds - slept like logs.. and friendly service. Fantastic breakfast - everything from full English to croissants, home-made shortbread, fruit salad, all included in room price. Reasonable rates for such a central hotel. Our request for single beds was also met. Only two minutes walk from Manchester Arena. Would use again if attending gigs!!!!

Stayed here with my wife for a night for a spot of shopping and a spa ... the room was great ! Large, clean, modern and great views over Manchester from the tall windows (we were on the top floor) we visited the spa where we used the pool etc followed by hot stone massages which were amazing when leaving we were given chocolates and bottle of water and told to go lay round the pool where the 2 ladies brought us glasses of procecco which was a lovely touch !! The following morning (after sampling the many bars the night before) we headed for a great buffet breakfast ... I am a self proclaimed snob when it comes to a breakfast but this didn’t disappoint with nice bacon and decent sausages !! Would defiantly recommend this hotel

Very nice rooms, clean but needs maintenance to sort the shower as it was loose on the wall. Bar prices were way too high. no late night food after the concert. but having said all that, it was a very very nice hotel, that is placed in the best spot for the arena and car park.

Great hotel with good size rooms, only real minus is lack of fridge and mini bar in standard double rooms. Staff is friendly and helpful, breakfast and restaurant is serving and varied menu. Joined their club and will use this hotel next time I decide to stay in Manchester.

4 Cheetham Hill Road Manchester England

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Manchester Arena and Urbis
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa

Located in Manchester City Centre, Park Inn by Radisson Manchester City Centre is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Manchester Arena and Urbis. This 4-star hotel has 252 rooms and welcomes guests with a restaurant, a full-service spa, and an indoor pool. Centrally located in Manchester, the hotel is also a short walk from Manchester Cathedral and Arndale Centre.


Dining

Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM.


Rooms

Park Inn by Radisson Manchester City Centre's 252 air-conditioned rooms provide safes, ironing boards, and desks. LCD TVs come with digital channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries.


Property features

Park Inn by Radisson Manchester City Centre features a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a fitness center. Offsite parking is offered for a fee. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with luggage storage and tours/tickets. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a sauna, a rooftop terrace, and free WiFi in public areas.

Room options

Executive Double Room

King 1 | Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Family Room

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Suite, 1 Bedroom

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

73% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 2241 reviews