Trafford Hall Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

23 Talbot Road, Old Trafford, Trafford, Greater Manchester, M16 0PE, United Kingdom
Trafford Hall Hotel
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61%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
6%
12
Very Good
28%
51
Average
27%
48
Poor
15%
28
Terrible
21%
37

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 12% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families39
  • Couples56
  • Solo42
  • Business38

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Forum Posts

Travel from Manchester city centre to Old trafford football ground

by JoelWillTravel

Hi all,

What is the best way to get from Manchester city centre to Manchester Uniteds ground in Old Trafford on Wednesday evening? Is there a train/tram/bus available?

Thanks

J

Re: Travel from Manchester city centre to Old trafford football ground

by Deus_ultima

I dunno.
I drive.

Tried the OT website..they'll say for sure.

Re: Re: Travel from Manchester city centre to Old trafford football ground

by JoelWillTravel

Yes I have tried the website but it only gives you direction if you drive.

Re: Travel from Manchester city centre to Old trafford football ground

by tashski

I think there is still a tram service from city centre to OT, as a couple of years ago I went to see Bon Jovi at OT and stayed in city centre hotel. I used the tram then to get to OT, they were running regularly to and fro (about every 15 minutes) up to around midnight.
Words of warning: when leaving OT to get back on tram to city centre, it was extremely packed - BIG crowds of people, and took ages queuing just to get onto tram station platform, I think I managed to get on the last but one tram back to city. Don't hang about - get straight to tram stop or you might get stranded.
Hope this helps.

Re: Travel from Manchester city centre to Old trafford football ground

by XenosUK

Yes, there are trams from city centre to OT. You want the Altrincham line and it wil cost you £1.90 return.

Re: Travel from Manchester city centre to Old trafford football ground

by bobinalong

Further useful info:
http://www.footballgroundguide.co.uk
-Bob

Re: Travel from Manchester city centre to Old trafford football ground

by johnwilky53

its a doddle ,bus, tram, train, joe baxi .its only a couple aof miles outside the city towards altrincham.
ask everyone in manchester is dead friendly.
try chinatown or rusho;lme for a curry.also there are loads of great pubs .
incidently i hope you support united or i aint telling you nothing.
enjoy

Re: Re: Travel from Manchester city centre to Old trafford football ground

by JoelWillTravel

Just like to say thank you to all who answered this post with their useful information, and to John Wilky I'm actually a Liverpool supporter but I have acquired a ticket from a friend so I can't pass up on such a promising game of football at the theatre of dreams!

Thanks

Joel

Re: Travel from Manchester city centre to Old trafford football ground

by stevehallam

Ditto the above - get the tram to Trafford Bar tram stop or Old trafford (Cricket ground tram stop) and follow the crowds. The Trams will be packed on the return so be patient. There is a reasonable good pub opposite the Trafford Bar tram stop called the Toll Gate. or walk a few hundred yards down the road (Tlabot Road that is) and the Trafford Hall Hotel always has agood atmosphere on match day.

Travel Tips for Manchester

Come at Christmas Time!

by steventilly

The christmas decorations, the window displays and the chill in the air give Manchester a magical feel at this time of year. Don't forget to take a look at the giant Santa who scales the tower of the City Hall! The decorations in this shot have an olympic theme, being taken at the time Manchester was bidding to host the (2000) olympics.

EMBASSIES AND CONSULATES...

by caprice4u2

EMBASSIES AND CONSULATES (taken with thanks from www.manchester.com)

Australian Consulate
Chatsworth House, Lever Street, Manchester, M1
Phone: (0161)228 1344, 236 9815
Emergency Visa Enquiries after hours [London]
Phone: 0171 438 8181

Bridgewater Canel

by ettenaj

Take a narrow boat cruise on this unique coloured canal. the water is a distinctive orange colour caused by iron salts in local rocks leached out by the underground canals that linked the colleries to the canal. By 1776 the canal extended to Runcorn thus linking Manchester with Liverpool.

Chester

by hayward68

This lovely city is about an hour's drive away from Manchester. Some of the buildings are original Tudor ones, but many are mockups from the Victorian era. This does not detract from the loveliness of the city though. We spent the afternoon wandering the city wall which encircles the town, a pleasant way to spend a sunny afternoon. There are also some Roman ruins to explore, including a small amphitheatre which was excavated in 1960.

OPENING HOURS

by janiebaxter

SUNDAY TRADING HOURS are governed by UK law so this applies to most shops in the UK, as well as to Manchester. 11am to 5pm are the hours shops are allowed to open on Sundays so don't expect late night shopping on Sundays. There are rare exceptions and slight variations to this. Most City Centre shops and department stores are open Sundays. However some speialist shops and those in the suburbs do not open at all so it is best to check with the individual shop first.
LATE NIGHT SHOPPING
This varies with each store or shop. Generally in the City Centre late night shopping is Thursday but again times vary store by store. Generally it is 7 to 8pm and in December some stay open later. The Trafford centre is open 10am to 10pm Monday to Friday, 10am to 8pm Saturday and 12 noon to 6pm Sunday.
WEEKDAYS
Normal times to open are 9 to 10am until 5.30 to 7pm - department stores usually close later than smaller shops.
SATURDAY
Generally 9 to 6 but again, department stores may stay open until 7 or occasionally 8.

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