Roomzzz Aparthotel

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36 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 4JY, United Kingdom
Roomzzz Aparthotel Manchester City
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Manchester United Match tips

by gotgoodgear

I want to plan a surprise birthday trip in May to see Manchester United compete against Wigan and would like any tips on where the best seats are located, how to purchase them, where to eat, and where to stay for the duration of the 4 day trip. Any information is appreciated. I have contacted MU hospitality but they are not very helpful. Thanks very much in advance!

Re: Manchester United Match tips

by PFrankH

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Re: Manchester United Match tips

by domenicococozza

If your trip is revolving around the ManU & Wigan match on 6th October you may want to reschedule. This match is sold out.

Re: Manchester United Match tips

by davesut

The match is at Wigan, Sunday 11th May 2008, therefore MUtd will not be able to help with this match. This is the last match of the season so it could be part of an exciting climax, who knows with the season just started. Contact the Wigan Athletic ticket office for more info details on,,10429,00.html

This will be the most popular match of the season at Wigan, without question, so demand will be huge but Wigan should have tickets available for the occaissional fan. You need to apply as soon as possible. It may be that the match tickets are allocated by ballot so good look.

The best seats will be taken up by season ticket holders and the MUFC allocated seats will be snapped up by their own season ticket holders from Old Trafford. The JJB stadium where Wigan play is a modern ground and therefore the views are quite good throughout. I would suggest getting as high up as possible as in the lowest seats you cannot see what is happening at the other end of the ground. I've only ever sat behind the goal at the JJB which is good enough. You may prefer on the side so as to see more of both ends.

For a four day stay Wigan, nice though it is, is not the place to stay. The JJB is within walking distance of the town centre and I would suggest staying somewhere else and making a day trip out of the match. You could train to Liverpool, Manchester, North Wales, Lancashire coast (it may even be sunny in May). If you want to stay for ONE night in Wigan I would suggest the travel inn/travel lodge/holiday inn express type accomodation.

I do not know where you are travelling from so hope this is not too condescending - plan ahead and have a good trip.

Re: Manchester United Match tips

by davesut

As a supplement - depends on the age of your party but there is a Frankie and Benny's and cinema in the same retail park as the JJB stadium.

Travel Tips for Manchester

My Friends

by hayward68

My fondest memories from this city are my meetings with my VT friends. It was wonderful to finally meet in person some people whom I'd been corresponding with for ages. Dave even opened up his home and allowed me to stay with him, very brave of you Dave ;-) You, Julian, Gareth and the rest of your friends were so much fun, I will never forget the crazy nights.
Dianne and her family fed me well and were great to me when travel sickness overcame me (yikes). At least Wayne got the car stopped before it was too late, lol! Sorry Dianne! I really appreciate your giving me my first look at the Peak District and for the great tour. You and your family are super!
After spending time in this city I came to the realization that this was a place that I could easily be very happy, therefore I'm now in the process of looking for work in Manchester. Hopefully it won't take too long to find a job in my field and then I'll make the move from Canada.

Manchester has many...

by donjuan

Manchester has many interseting Victorian buildings, amongst the best are the Library in St Peters Square. The Town Hall in Albert Square, and my favourite, the John Rylands Library on Deansgate. ( see image)

The Curry Mile

by surfluvr641

If you love Indian delicacy, check out the Curry Mile. It is on Oxford Road on the way to fallowfield. It is close to the University of Manchester so there are a lot of students. However, the food is great and not very expensive.

People's History Museum

by Chamsa

If you're interested in the other side of the Industrial Revolution go to the Pump House. This little museum covers the hard life of the laborers, their strikes and struggles, the development of labor unions, their fight for suffrage, the life of the working class over the last 200 years. Bridge Street; Manchester M3 3ER;

Manchester Christmas Markets

by Balam

Over the last few years Manchester has hosted Christmas Markets consisting of Stalls set out in various locations around the city. Now widely considered to be amongst the best in Europe they are a great place to get in the festive mood. Take in the aroma of Roasting Chestnuts, Sample some Mulled Wine. You can browse the handcrafted wares from jewellery to wooden toys and some weird and wonderful gift ideas.

If you’re hungry grab a warm Glüwein and continental sausage maybe paella or try some Turkish food, Hot dog or burgers there will be a great range of delicious festive food.

There is a VT meet ( We have just had the 3rd annual Christmas Markets Meet) organised by VTer Gillybob on November 28 2009.
It was a really really great day of not only shopping but some drinking and eating as well. (and some more drinking).
I can't wait till next Years !!


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