Stylish and deluxe apartment block in Manchesters fashionable Northern Quarter
The City Warehouse Apartments Manchester provides 28 separate one and two bedroom apartments or penthouse suites. With a selection of modern conveniences your stay at the 4-star property should be, at the very least, an enjoyable one.
Located on Great Ancoats Street, just a few minutes walk from the Arndale shopping centre and Manchester Piccadilly rail station, the group of apartments are conveniently positioned for those visiting the city on business or pleasure.
Each apartment is finished in a stylish dcor. Included within is a 32 LCD television with DVD player, a CD stereo system, and free wireless internet connectivity. A clean kitchen contains all the necessary white goods (fridge, freezer, cooker, microwave, washing machine, and dryer) for feeling at home away from home. Tea and coffee making facilities and an iron and ironing board come as standard. Fully fitted bathrooms include free toiletries. Those staying in penthouse suites can also enjoy en-suite bathrooms for each of the bedrooms in their apartment.
Corporate and VIP packages are available.
In addition to putting a roof over your head, the City Warehouse Apartments Manchester also offers a variety of health and beauty treatments. Visitors can benefit from de-stressing massages, pedicures, manicures, and hair styling. These treatments may tempt those ladies left to their own devices as the boys head out on a Saturday afternoon to one of Manchesters two Premier League football teams.
Those staying within the apartments are also able to pre-book groceries before they arrive. The items you select will be left in your apartment prior to your arrival, quite the time and effort saving service, particularly if you need to rush off to a meeting or event.
Not only is the apartment block close to Manchesters shopping centre, its also within reasonable distance of other attractions such as museums, performance venues, and sporting locations.
The Manchester Museum (Oxford Road) features ancient Egyptian artefacts. The Transport Museum (Cheetham Hill) looks at buses, trams, and trains of yesteryear. The Imperial War Museum (Trafford) looks at the military history of the city and country. The Manchester Jewish Museum (Cheetham Hill) is located in a former synagogue and focuses on the citys rich Jewish past.
In terms of performance, Manchester Opera House (Quay Street) provides cultured and classic presentations, as does the Palace Theatre (Oxford Street) and the Royal Exchange Theatre (St. Annes Suare). Clubs such as Satans Hollow (Princess Street), the Night and Day Caf (Oldham Street), and the Deaf Institute (Grosvenor Street) provide venues for international, national, and local acts to perform.
As well as the citys two football clubs, visitors to the city can also watch cricket, basketball, ice hockey, athletics, swimming, rugby union, and speedway (the citys team, the Belle Vue Aces, compete in the UKs top flight).
Add to this a vibrant night life, an established gay scene, and a multitude of restaurants, pubs, and bars and visitors to the City Warehouse Apartments Manchester have an almost unending number of ways to unwind from a day of hard work, or hard play for that matter.