Malmaison Manchester

A Hotel in Manchester, Greater Manchester

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Greater Manchester
M1 3AQ

Malmaison Manchester, Manchester

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Accommodation Description:

Multi award-winning super stylish hotel, bar and brasserie, 2 minutes from Piccadilly train station. Retail therapy, Canal Street and all that this great city has to offer is right on the doorstep. Individually designed rooms with all the bits and some.

Contemporary Brasserie and Bar serving great French food and affordable wines. The hotel also boasts a slinky mini spa to relax and tone body and soul.

4 star rating

From: £60.00

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