Willow Bank Hotel, Manchester

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Hotel: Willow Bank Hotel
Location: Manchester
Description:

The BEST WESTERN Willow Bank Hotel is perched on the outskirts of Manchester city centre, minutes from motorway networks and within easy reach of the airport. In a truly cosmopolitan district of Manchester, this friendly hotel boasts good public transport links, charming rooms and excellent value for money.

Whether you're staying overnight after a gig at The MEN Arena, or spending the weekend away from home as your team visits Old Trafford or Eastlands, this hotel is the perfect base.

Facilities: Restaurant, Bar, Room Service, Free car parking.
Rooms: All rooms include Free High Speed Internet Access, TV, hairdryer, audio system (via TV or radio), Tea and coffee making facilities, Iron and ironing board, En-suite with toiletries, DVD players and games consoles are available from Reception with a library od DVDs and games to choose from.
Local Attractions:
  • Trafford Centre
  • MEN Arena
  • Manchester Utd Football Club
  • Manchester City Football Club
  • The Lowry Centre
  • Manchester Opera House

Willow Bank Hotel, Manchester



Number Adults in Car2 Adults3 Adults4 Adults5 AdultsExtra Night
1st Jan 2017 - Jun 2017£194£168£155£147£45
1st July 2017 - Aug 2017£242£202£182£170£45
1stSept 2017 - Dec 2017£194£168£155£147£45


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Prices are per adult and include...

UK Breaks - Special Offers 3 for 2 and 5 for 4Return Car on Ferry with Stena or P&O.
UK Breaks - Special Offers 3 for 2 and 5 for 4Two nights in twin/double room.
UK Breaks - Special Offers 3 for 2 and 5 for 4Bed and Breakfast
UK Breaks - Special Offers 3 for 2 and 5 for 4Kids Go Free *
UK Breaks - Special Offers 3 for 2 and 5 for 4Free use of hotel leisure facilities
UK Breaks - Special Offers 3 for 2 and 5 for 4V.A.T.

* Kids: Travel and stay for free. Meals paid directly to hotel.
Prices based on two adults sharing twin/double room.
Please note: A ferry and/or hotel supplement may apply.

Manchester's favourite t-shirt slogan sums up the city very well: 'And on the sixth day, God created Manchester'. Cocky, cheeky, just the right side of disrespectful. Much of this confidence is down to the city's somewhat unlikely role as a focal point for a staggering range of culturally and historically important events. The Industrial Revolution, the birth of Marxism, the first computer, Shaun Ryder's elevation to a figure of national renown: Mancunians have seen it all, and know their city is unique. And that's just the way they like it.

History and Heritage: Manchester's architecture is a breathing entity, a living record of the changes that have been wrought across the city over the last two centuries. John Ryland's Library is a brooding, Gothic Victorian melodrama of a building, while the Museum of Science and Industry is located on the site of the world's oldest surviving passenger railway. Founded in 1653, Chetham's Library is the oldest public library in the English-speaking world, while the newly restored People's History Museum is another example of the city's sympathetic treatment of its past.

Must See Attractions: Choose from new ( Imperial War Museum , Lowry ) or old ( Royal Exchange Theatre , Whitworth Art Gallery ) cultural icons, or get a pigeon's eye view of the vast Greater Manchester conurbation with a ride on the 60m Wheel of Manchester . For more active thrills, the puntastic Chill Factore is one of the country's largest indoor snow slopes.


EnjoyEngland.com, the website of England's national tourism organisation on Manchester.

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