Atrium By Bridgestreet

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

74 Princess Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M1 6JD, United Kingdom

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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
29%
88
Very Good
43%
131
Average
19%
58
Poor
5%
18
Terrible
2%
7

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Rated 17% higher but also costs 30% more than other 3.5 star hotels

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    Self-catering apartment

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    Atrium is a self-catering apartment hotel, which is suitable for longer or short-term stays. I was there for just two nights. My apartment had a reasonably-sized sitting room with galley kitchen, separate bedroom and bathroom.

    The kitchen was equipped with a cooker, refrigerator, dishwasher, toaster and kettle, but, rather to my surprise, no microwave. Standard kitchen utensils and sufficient crockery for 4 people were also provided. There was a TV in both the sitting room and bedroom. An iron and ironing board were also provided.

    The hot water arrangements were a little strange. I was told on check in that the hot water came on at 6.00 a.m. and 2.00 p.m., and that if extra hot water was needed, it was necessary to press a button by the boiler.

    Unique Quality: Before my stay I read some reviews on line which mentioned an odd smell in the hallway and lift. Sure enough, when I arrived, I even found a notice by the lift mentioning this smell, and stating that it was under investigation. The smell certainly was noticeable in the lift, but it really wasn't that bad.

    The cost worked out at less than £70 per night, which was not at all bad for the standard of accommodation and space provided, though I am not sure that I would call them 'luxury' apartments.

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Only 24 more sleeps left!!!

by ricky52

Once again it is coming towards Christmas and Gillybob has her Christmas Market meeting in Manchester on the 27th November.

Here is you chance to get those little stocking fillers
(And freeze your @utt off)
Unusual items aplenty
(And freeze your @utt off)
Meet up with old and new VT friends
(And freeze your @utt off)
Wonder at the marvel that is the Manchester Christmas Market
(And freeze your @utt off)
Enjoy a cup of hot Gluhwein
(And warm your @utt up)

Sign up, sign up :o)

Re: Only 24 more sleeps left!!!

by ricky52

See here:-

http://meetings.virtualtourist.com/1/meeting-5166-1-0-0-World-1288743952941-1320279952941-meeting.html?wosid=SsEStp4YYH260HfzK0t7aw

Re: Only 24 more sleeps left!!!

by leecouk12324

There is also a Classical Spectacular Evening - the evenign of this day

Haveing watched Last NIght of the Proms so many times - it looks like a great time - so i am goin gto this show this evening in MEN - so i may be in Manchester earlier also - i will have to see.

I was sort of looking forward to having a meal - could have been nice - but for some years i have wanted to go to this classical show - now it is reality

Re: Only 24 more sleeps left!!!

by spidermiss

Looking forward to it and getting in the festive spirit early! The German xmas markets have arrived in Leeds and these have given me a taste what to expect on the 27th!

Re: Only 24 more sleeps left!!!

by Balam

I can't wait, it was great last year and this years will be Greater!!
lol

Re: Only 24 more sleeps left!!!

by spidermiss

I'm looking forward to it!!!! Just less than 14 days now!

Re: Only 24 more sleeps left!!!

by ricky52

Calm down children :o)

Travel Tips for Manchester

Granada Studios

by M.E.R.V

Manchester - home to Granada Studios where you find the set of one of Britain's top soap, Coronation Street. (Oh, I love Corries...) They used to do tours in but I think the studios are now closed to the public. However, we have been offered by the very nice Kate Ford aka Tracy Barlow if we wanted to visit anytime she's filming. Oh such luck!

Power Hall

by sandysmith

One of the coach hall is devoted to steam power - quite steamy and hot in this room too!
This hall had been a freight and engine shed.
Here you can see the largest working collection of steam mill engines in the world plus some huge steam locomotives

Manchester - February

by gabriellefox

Squashy Duffly with wheels Warm layers and a jacket with a hood. Gloves, hat and scarf. Water prrof shoes and warm socks. They have everything you will need. they have everything you will nbeed. Not apllicabale

Didsbury

by Ben-UK

If you fancy visiting one of Manchester's leafy suburbs for a drink or something to eat then you might like Didsbury -- it's full of cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs and has become extremely popular in recent years -- especially on warm evenings when you can sit outside and watch the world go by.

One bus stop south of Didsbury is Fletcher Moss (see separate tip) -- it's a delightful park with outdoor botanical gardens and lots of nice walks through woods or along the bank of the River Mersey.

Take the 42 bus from Manchester Piccadilly -- it goes right through Didbury village -- about a 25 minute journey.

Manchester Central library...

by caprice4u2



Manchester Central library and there are also many libraries throughout Manchester...if you just wanna chill and absorb some literary food, go bus'a hush hush move in one of the many different sections in the central library, everything from magazines /job search to language and culture...rading and info for the infoseeker.

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Address: 74 Princess Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M1 6JD, United Kingdom