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Fits it's purpose.
Close to the trains. Clean. Excellent staff.
Rooms are tiny. Bathroom is like a cruise ship's.
Maybe you should have a floor dedicated to people
The double tree is a nice hotel at first glance. I found the staff at the front desk were not the most welcoming but that wasn't the biggest problem. The room was comfortable for the most part and me and my companion were looking foward to a nice stay.
The shower had two choices, freeze or burn. It was nearly impossible to get the shower at a normal temperature which was a huge issue. But we were only there for 2 nights so decided it would be better to give it another try than moving rooms. On our second night which was a Saturday we were awoken at 4 am by a group of drunk girls that were screaming down the hallway. I felt like I was transported to the worst spring break all inclusive. I called the reception 3 times and in all fairness they came up every time to get those stupid girls to shut up. Then their guy friends came from the party minutes later and started retaliating to help their skanky girlfriends. They were standing outside of our door yelling obscenities. I called again and eventually the noise stopped but at that point I had one more hour before having to get on a train to the airport so my entire night was ruined. While they were definitely responsive to the times I called they should have kicked these people out. What kind of reputation do you want to have? I know that on my next visit to Manchester staying at the double tree and staying at the hatters is pretty much the same. If you want to maintain an upscale reputation then be more selective about who you let stay in you hotel or at the very least have your front staff make the rules clear when these drunken idiots tumble in through the door of your hotel.
Friendly reception staff and great location.
Food and service in the Dining Room (called City Cafe) is very poor and quite expensive. I booked a late check out for 5 pm and paid £30 for it, from 12 noon housekeeping tried to get into the room 5 times and eventually got security to come up to us. Very stressful and disappointing, it was so much hassle that I left the room early and forgot some of my stuff. I go to Manchester several times a year I will not be booking into this hotel again ( I stayed in this City Inn three times since Mar 2010 the last time in November 2010).
it was close to all amenities in manchester
Very good breakfast if a little expensive
Persistance of housekeeping and poor grasp of the english language of same. They kept knocking to service the room when I had said it was fine.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Manchester - Piccadilly is located near the city center of Manchester, which makes it relatively easy for the guests of the hotel to reach all of the places they want to go. The hotel could be a good option for those who are vacationing, as well as those who are on business. Guests of the smoke-free hotel will find 285 high-quality rooms. The property is family-friendly, and cribs are available to those who may need them. Many languages are spoken at the hotel including Bulgarian, German, Spanish, Polish, Hungarian, English, Italian, Portuguese, and Russian.
All of the rooms at the hotel have soundproofing, as well as air conditioning, free WiFi, a minibar, a refrigerator, phone, free bottled water, turndown service, a private bathroom, and daily housekeeping. Guests can request connecting rooms if needed, but they are subject to availability.
From 7 AM to 11 AM on weekends and from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM on weekdays, English breakfasts are available for a surcharge. Some of the other features of the property include fitness facilities, meeting rooms, a restaurant, conference space, and coffee and tea in the common areas.
Guests of the hotel can easily get to the Manchester Arena, Manchester Opera House, the Museum of Science & Industry, Old Trafford, and the Manchester Art Gallery. Some nearby dining includes The Nobin Restaurant and Crown Court.
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- Manchester Art Gallery 0.6 km
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- National Football Museum 1 km
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