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|"Great location, great price, nice staff."||(in 232 reviews)|
|"Great location, great price, nice staff."||(in 211 reviews)|
|"Excellent value for money"||(in 25 reviews)|
|"Male toilets and showers horrendously dirty."||(in 41 reviews)|
|"Very dirty rooms and toilets!"||(in 12 reviews)|
|"Horribly uncomfortable bed, facilities pretty grim."||(in 24 reviews)|
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Reception staff were amazing.
The room I was in smelt of feet, the door wouldnt close.
The location was amazing right in the northern quarter and a short walk away from heaps of pubs. Also only a 10 minute walk away from Piccadilly Station. The staff were friendly and very helpful. To be fair you get what you pay for and it was a warm place to sleep.
Everything kind of looked dirty. The bathrooms were actually filthy and the showers barely worked. The beds were placed very inconveniently and there was only one semi accessible power outlet In the room for 10 people. Also there was no curtains or anything so privacy was minimal. There were no Male bathrooms on my floor so if i wanted a toilet or a shower I had to go up or down a floor. Half of the power outlets in the public room didn't work which wasn't ideal. Just generally it wasn't a particularly nice place to stay, but it was cheap so.
Great location, but bit grungy
The high points were location and the included breakfast (probably the best free breakfast I've ever had at a hostel in the UK). The hostel is located right in the trendy Northern Quarter and is quite close to Manchester Picadilly. Great for solo travel and for young people looking to explore the hipster paradise of Northern Manchester.
The facilities left a lot to be desired. Ancient bathroom facilities, heinous showers that only let out cold water in short spurts, and thin mattresses through which the wire of the bed pokes maliciously.
It as soooooo dirty, old, disgusting
Hatters Manchester is located in Manchester and is close to local attractions, including Canal Street and London Road Fire Station. It provides guests with an ideal base with Shudehill Interchange only a 10-minute walk away.
A ticket service, luggage storage and a 24-hour reception are just some of the convenient services at the hostel. In addition, the multilingual staff are on hand to offer assistance. A tour desk is available and Piccadilly Gardens Metrolink Station is within a five-minute walk, making it easy for guests to explore the local area and its attractions.
Rooms are comfortable and offer all the essentials, including wireless internet access. Those staying in the rooms also have access to a communal bathroom.
Hatters Manchester's in-house eatery provides an ideal option for guests wishing to dine in. Each evening, guests can enjoy a drink in the comfortable lounge bar. Guests are also able to try one of the various bars and restaurants in the vicinity.
The hostel is found in the City's well-known shopping district. It is also within walking distance of Manchester Cathedral, Manchester Town Hall and Deansgate.
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