New Union

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

111 Princess Street
Manchester
Greater Manchester
England
M1 6JB

New Union, Manchester

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If you are looking for convenient, great value accommodation in Manchester city centre then the New Union is the simple solution. Ideally located on Canal St for major train/coach/bus/tram stations and leisure areas, the 12 rooms are located above an important historic pub built in 1865. As a guest you receive free entry to the club which hosts a variety of entertainment including karaoke, dancing and drag cabaret.

All rooms are en-suite and newly decorated and you will benefit from free Wi-fi, tea and coffee making facilities, flat screen TVs with freeview and easy 24 hour access with a key.

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