Lift door broken open on the 6th floor all weekend and left as is. Food scattered all over the stairwell from floor 6 down to floor 1 and left. 1 very skinny pillow and no option of a second 1. Towel in bathroom covered in what looked like make up
Nice big room. Comfortable bed.Everything you need. Plus right next to the metro and great value.
Room had been upgraded from a double room with no windows to double with windows no extra charge. Nice surprise when entering the room
Love the football theme! Great room, comfy bed, free stocked mini bar and snacks. The staff were great and I got a free upgrade to an incredible Old Trafford stadium view room as an Ebookers VIP platinum member, perfect! Parking is across the road and very secure for just £5. Breakfast was an extra ...
Room was quite small for 2 adults & 1 child. Location of the hotel is fab for exploring the quays & media city and only a 10 minute journey by tram into the city centre. Breakfast time was chaotic & we had to keep waiting for the warm items to be replenished. All staff were really pleasant & helpful- ...
Lovely looking hotel but look closer and it’s not so pretty. The food in the restaurant is dreadful. Starter was cold and raw inside. My main meal was burnt to a crisp so much so I could have taken someone’s eye out with the bacon. Manager could not have cared less if he’d actually tried.
Very clean, comfy bed, big room, staff were friendly and helpful. 30 second walk from the old Trafford metrolink stop. Would highly recommend staying here if going to a Manchester United match
Home of the Manchester United Football Club, Old Trafford is a football stadium with a capacity of 75,731 seated fans. Their largest rivalry, with the Liverpool Football Club, is one of the most heated in Europe and always attracts a sellout crowd. The second-largest football stadium in the United Kingdom, Old Trafford is also the site of many rugby games, including the Super League grand final. For Manchester United fans and visitors who would like to take home a souvenir, the dedicated superstore in the stadium at Old Trafford is an ideal place to shop.
The most obvious reason to visit Old Trafford is to take in the beauty of sports at the highest level. Aside from that, however, there are plenty of hidden treasures surrounding the stadium as well. Plan a party at the Red Cafe on-site, or schedule a tour through the museum. Enjoy educational resources in the museum to help exercise your brain and entertain your children.
By using Ebookers, visitors have a chance to snatch a room within minutes of Old Trafford and all it has to offer. Each hotel on Ebookers offers photos, feedback and the ability to compare amenities. At a fraction of the cost of other sites, Ebookers enables you to reserve a room close to Old Trafford.
Most of Manchester’s highest-quality hotels are located near Old Trafford. This bodes well for visitors to the city. Among Manchester’s dozens of hotels, two of the best are the Quay Apartments and Copthorne Hotel. The Apartments are ideal for long-term stays with on-site laundry, kitchens, and private rooms. Alternatively, for a lesser rate, the Copthorne offers queen and double beds, room service, Internet, and premium television channels.
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