Hilton Chambers

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

15 Hilton Street, The Northern Quarter, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M1 1JJ, United Kingdom
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 11% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples80
  • Solo65
  • Business66

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Pubs near old trafford Lancashire CCC

by Rosstipha

Hi there.

Going the cricket on Sunday at Old Trafford. Obvbiously the big England v Germany game is gonna be on at 3pm but there not showing it in the stadium.
We have been told we can leave the stadium watch the game then get back in after the footy.
Any idea of a good pub to watch it in. There's 4 of us male 21, 22, 26 and 29... and the stickler we have a wirral "slight scouse" accent

Please advise where is best.

Thanks

Re: Pubs near old trafford Lancashire CCC

by RhineRoll

I know one restaurant&bar at nearby Salford Quays -- They say on their website that they will put up 2 extra 50'' screens for watching the world cup...

http://www.limeuk.com/

Re: Pubs near old trafford Lancashire CCC

by davesut

First of all, a Wirral accent I would not worry about. You may get a bit of banter but I've been in and around Old Trafford with scouse mates and it has never been a problem.

Option 1 - out of the ground up Warwick Road toward the football ground and get to The Trafford pub on the corner of Warwick Road and Chester Road, 10 mins walk from the ground, may be packed.

Option 2, Turn LEft, head from the Trafford pub away from the ground on Chester Road. A bar on opposite side of road, sorry forgot the name or continue for about 1/4 of mile to a social club on the left. A small sign in fee but you will get cheap ale. I would do a reccy on either of these places early in the day, all within 15-20 mins of the ground.

Another suggestion. Head up Warwick Road and passed the footy ground. It changes its name to Sir Matt Busby Way here. Continue along to Samuel Platts on the side of the ship canal, another pub where it may be shown. You are talking 20 minutes walk from the ground here. This pub is usually very accommodating for matches at Old Trafford having marquees outside so this may be a good option. Cannot promise they show the match though.

If you turn left at Samuel Platts and head down Trafford Wharf Road toward Salford Quays, you'll see the footbridge. Cross the bridge and you'll be at the Lowry Designer Outlet Mall where the Lime Bar is. This is another 15 minutes or so walk from SPlatts.

As I said, do a reccy early in the day to check out the best place. I'd start at the Trafford, the bar opposite, the social club, Samuel Platts. Good luck - all that messing about to watch us get knocked out. Enjoy the day.

Travel Tips for Manchester

ST. PETER SQUARE

by Andrew_Liu

When i stayed in Manchester I often stayed at St. Peter Square in lunch time after reading in every morning, in warmly August sunshine. One day I found a small museum about a event happened on this square nearby. In the same August, 1819, about 60 thousand workers gathered here to against a government law. Suddenly a team of policemen charged in. many worker died or injured. This event was named “Peterloo”. A monument stand here to point out it.
From this I thought that a well considered society environment often need to pay expensive price.

see the Manchester Storm...

by SusanneBeck

see the Manchester Storm Ice-hockey team play at the MEN arena. Ice hockey games are nothing like you'd expect so if you're not really into sport, don't give up on seeing a game. The atmosphere is amazing. There's nothing like it! It costs about £10 or £6 for concessions, and tickets are available via the MEN arena Manchester 24 Hour Ticket Hotline 0161 930 8000.

Packing List

by iceblue

Anything goes really! You must be warned us northerners do like our rain.......not through choice but thats all the weather man gives to us!

Be sure to bring an umberella!!

We have had some really good weather over the last few weeks, summer can be quite unperdictable, August is usually the best month and February the worst! Almost everything can be purchase at the chemist which are open 9-5 Monday to Saturday and some on Sunday's If you've got camping equipment bring it and take a trip to the Lake District!

As a student, I love the John...

by Paul_Cheak

As a student, I love the John Rylands Library. Its massive and if you've got lots of time on your hands and love reading, that's the place to hang out. Other great places include the University Museum (Small but FREE Admission), Arndale Centre, Trafford Centre (Take a bus from Piccadilly Gardens) and Castlefield.

Shopping capital of the North

by jayhawk2000

NEWSFLASH: June 2005 has seen the introduction of regular late night shopping, with most shops in the Arndale and on Market Street now open till 7 or 8pm six nights a week!

Manchester has many shops to entice you:

the boutiques of King Street and St Ann's Square;

Marks & Spencer, Selfridges, Zara, Heals and Harvey Nicholls (which has the most astounding view over Manchester's medieval quarter);

the Arndale (Europe's largest shopping centre when it was built in the 80's and now undergoing a massive expansion with the world's biggest Next opening October 2005);

the Triangle (quality shops and boutiques housed in the renovated Corn Exchange);

the Printworks (with Hard Rock Cafe, several pubs and clubs, IMAX and luxury cinema);

Afflecks Palace (shopping centre for funky junkies, skaters and goth kids in the ultra-hip Northern Quarter);

high quality independent music shops like Piccadilly Records, Vox Pop and the Vinyl Exchange lining Oldham Road in the Northern Quarter;

Primark and Debenhams are the two huge department stores at the top end of Market Street before it opens out onto Piccadilly Gardens;

Kendals on Deansgate belongs to the House of Fraser (the Harrods group);

and to the far west on the motorway ring road is the Trafford Centre, the massive and luxurious new shopping centre. You can buy a combined tram/shuttle bus ticket from the tram's ticketing machines. Take the Altrincham tram to Stretford, where a bus will be waiting in the car park to take you on the 10-minute ride to the Trafford Centre. You could spend a whole day here shopping, eating and catching a movie if the weather was bad.

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Address: 15 Hilton Street, The Northern Quarter, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M1 1JJ, United Kingdom