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Padhotels Apartments, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Padhotels Apartments
Manchester
Greater Manchester

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Padhotels can provide a selection of outstanding one, two and three bedroom apartments, from studios to contemporary duplex penthouses. Our three apartment buildings are located conveniently along the Deansgate corridor close to all the main business, leisure and shopping districts.

Whether you wish to stay for one night, one month or even a year you will feel both energised yet relaxed with a home from home in the city.

Padhotels offer a guest vehicle to chauffeur you to your luxury Padhotels serviced apartment. The freshest and most luxurious brushed cotton linen, bath towels and comfortable bedding. Zip and lock beds providing flexible and cost effective ways to manage your accommodation. The system allows us to separate our high quality, semi orthopaedic king size beds into two singles. Thus four guests can sleep comfortably each in their own bed in a two-bedroom apartment.  

All apartments have the latest Samsung wide-screen 40-inch flat screen LCD TVs. We also provide a complimentary continental breakfast and have both Internet and parking facilities on request.

Padhotels offers a friendly, speedy service giving you what you want when you need it.

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Number of Units: 40
Unit Type: Apartments
Nearest Major Town: Manchester
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