Holiday Inn Manchester Central Park

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

888 Oldham Road, (former Quality Hotel), Manchester, Greater Manchester, M40 2BS, United Kingdom
Holiday Inn Manchester Central Park
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
21%
38
Very Good
32%
58
Average
26%
48
Poor
10%
18
Terrible
9%
17

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 24% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Business48

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Forum Posts

Manchester Library - Re-Open?

by leecouk12324

Does anyone know when the Library is due to re-open - and whether the theatre from here has been moved anywhere else in the time being?

Thanks

Lee

Re: Manchester Library - Re-Open?

by ranger49

Not for another 3 years as far as the Library is concerned. The theatre company will be performing at various centrtes around the City including the Lowry at Salford Quays while waiting for their new venus to be completed in the grand old Theatre Royal.
Lots mor information here -

http://www.manchester.gov.uk/info/500211/town_hall_complex_transformation/4824/central_library_refurbishment/1

http://www.librarytheatre.com/our-journey/questions-and-answers/

I spent a good bit of my youth in those places!

Re: Manchester Library - Re-Open?

by leecouk12324

ok thanks Ranger

Thanks for the links

Re: Manchester Library - Re-Open?

by jayhawk2000

I'm a bit worried about the library, the plans are very vague. It sounds like they are stripping out a lot of the books to provide more space for people to sit around drinking coffee and checking emails. Which is fine in a coffee shop, but this is a library after all and people want a quiet place to read and stduy.

The hope for the Libray Theatre is that they will move into the Theatre Royal eventually, Manchester's oldest theatre built in 1845 which is across the street from the library and is currently home to the Royale disco. But in this age of cuts and the collapsed property market...???

There are also plans to overhaul St Peters Square, hopefully they will move the tram stop further up so it no longer intrudes on the war memorial.

So lots of big plans!

Re: Manchester Library - Re-Open?

by leecouk12324

Very sad to here they making more into a Coffee Shop - Blackburn has a good library but difference now to when i was young is thay have a tv and people are siting around talking - whereas library used to be a place of quiet to read.

Although i do like people losing their jobs - because the Central Library is very good (for amount of books etc) i think it is better they keep the central library and lose all the ones on the outskirts which seem to be more of community centres than libraries - and before we had these other small libraries there was a van that used to go round for the people for are less mobile.

Although i was aware we have a very good library in Blackburn i was once suprised at how good the Manchester Library was - and it would be a very big shame if it was to be reduced - you have my support if anybody is campaigning if it is needed

Travel Tips for Manchester

UK's Best Indoor Shopping and Leisure Destination

by DjLee

There is so much about Manchester i love. Not just the City Centre itself, but the surrounding areas of Greater Manchester are well worth taking the time to explore. From the Uk's biggest and best modern Market located in Bury town centre (Please check out the website:- www.burymarket.com click on the regular website link)(15/20 mins by metrolink from City Centre) to vibrant little villages such as Hale Village in Altrincham (15 mins by Train/Metro form City Centre - 5 mins from Airport)
There is so much to take in - see and do, you'l be best visiting this great City and surrounding areas time and time again!

My Ultimate tip is for those Shopping and Leisure enthusiasts! If the excellent shopping and leisure provision in the City centre itself are not enough, there is even more to be found in the form of the 'TRAFFORD CENTRE' (around 15/20 mins from the City Centre) With well over 200 great named shops and department stores - a 20 screen/over 4000 seat megaplex Odeon Cinema - Lazer Quest, Namco Arcades inc. Bowling, Pool Room and Bar plus Bumper Cars! Loads of Eateries inc. all the usual suspects - A great selection of World restaurants and Bars - with New building work being undertaken as i write to create grand space for a further 6/7 Restaurants! There is so much to do, all under one roof! There is also a childrens play area and crech, over 10,000 FREE parking spaces, a bus terminal, On site Hotel and so much more. A definate place to visit when in Manchester. The Trafford Centre is constantly improving and expanding. Check out the Official website for a virtual tour, shop, Restaurant and Entertainment directory and more information on the UK's best indoor shopping and entertainment destination. www.traffordcentre.co.uk (Shops are open to 10pm daily (6pm on Sundays) Restaurants/Take-aways til 12am - Cinema is open til 12am Mon - Thurs and Sundays and til 3am on Fri and Sats) Everything! I Love it in Manchester!

Here is a photo I took of...

by caprice4u2



Here is a photo I took of the skyline as I approached Moss side..on an oh so exciting trip to the supermarket,


..speaking of which, Manchester has loads of supermarkets...and although I support local shops etc, if you are proper skint..you are advised to go to supermarket where you can get a loaf of break for 15 pence, cheap lemonade fora similar price..


Aldi is super cheap, so if you are here on a shoe string...buy a loaf of bread and cheese/beans etc and your 'laughin' ;-)

Pick up a cheap umbrella or bring one from home

by JamalMorelli

Rain and wind can get ugly here - then you will be too. And we don't want any ugly people wandering around here.

Pick up a cheap umbrella at Primark then give it to a poor person before you go back to your country.

Stockport

by Balam

Only a short train ride away the borough of Stockport stretches from the edge of the Peak District National Park to Manchester.
Stockport is excellent for a day visit with many attractrions including Air Raid Shelters, Stockport Museum, Staircase house, St Mary's Church and Heratage Centre as well as the fantastic Bramall Hall among many.

PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL...

by Chamsa

PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK
Britain's first and most visited so called 'National Park' (I doubt if it meets the international standards set by the IUCN). Even if it seems today's appearance is far from being natural, but a result of human influence over thousands of years. Anyway the moss landscape is impressive - any time of year.

http://www.peakdistrict.org/

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Address: 888 Oldham Road, (former Quality Hotel), Manchester, Greater Manchester, M40 2BS, United Kingdom