Convenient suburban hotel in the dynamic city of Manchester
Just a few minutes drive from the city centre, Chancellors Hotel Manchester is a multi-functional establishment that caters to tourists, groups, business people, and even those looking for a suave and sophisticated wedding. In the green suburbs of Chorlton and Didsbury, the hotel is a step away from the frenetic big city pace.
Chancellors is readily accessible from all of the citys regular transport links. A journey of just three miles will take you to and from the central Manchester Piccadilly train station where connections can be made to both the north and south of the UK. A five mile journey will see you arrive at the international airport, whilst regular bus routes serve the location. For those thinking of driving, 90 parking spaces are available free of charge.
The hotel itself offers plenty of amenities for its visitors. Each room, all of which have recently been refurbished, offers bedroom and ensuite bathroom facilities in addition to LCD television (complete with Freeview channels), tea and coffee making machines, direct dial telephones, and a radio alarm clock. Wireless internet connection is available throughout at no extra cost.
The price of breakfast is included in the price of your stay at Chancellors Hotel Manchester. The Carriage Restaurant serves a variety of breakfast options as well as an la carte evening dinner menu and buffet lunches. A second eatery can be found in the Conservatory Lounge and Bar where specialty tea and pastries are on the menu.
Those staying on business are provided with conference rooms (accommodating up to 40 people), executive boardrooms (14 people), and even a lecture theatre (125 people). All necessary business items are provided, including Plasma TV, LCD projector, broadband access, flipcharts, and stationery.
Whilst the hotel is relatively self-sufficient, a trip into the heart of Manchester may prove enjoyable. The city, one of the largest in the UK and the most visited outside of London, has plenty of attractions on offer. Manchester is a city of firsts so history is on show throughout. It was the first industrialized city in the world, the first to feature a train station, and the place where the atom was originally split.
Buildings such as the Manchester Town Hall in Albert Square and the City Art Gallery are splendid examples of flamboyant architecture. Music venues are rife throughout, from the cavernous M.E.N. Arena to the grand Opera House, by way of small rock clubs like Satans Hollow on Princess Street.
The North West city also has somewhat of a love affair with sport. International events such as the Commonwealth games, World Cup football, and Swimming and Lacrosse have all been hosted. Two teams in Englands top football division play in the city. Manchester United plays at Old Trafford whilst Manchester City resides at the City of Manchester stadium. County cricket, basketball, and ice hockey are amongst the other sports you can spectate.
Ultimately the Chancellors Hotel Manchester offers plenty of comfort and quiet during your stay as well as being close enough to the city centre to keep you busy.