Midland Hotel Manchester
by Peter Sylvester
STAYING AT THE PALACE HOTEL MANCHESTER
Le Meridien Palace Hotel Manchester is located in the heart of Manchester's city centre in a fabulous terracotta Grade II building with many interesting architectural features.
The Palace Hotel Manchester is only eight miles from the airport and directly opposite from the Oxford Road railway station.
Situated adjacent to the Palace Theatre and only 500 meters from an underground station shopping is convenient and it is very near the Bridgewater Hall and the Manchester United Museum.
AMENITIES OF THE PALACE HOTEL MANCHESTER
The hotel contains a total of 252 en-suite bedrooms in its impressive and towering accommodation.
All of the rooms of the Palace Hotel Manchester are equipped with every modern comfort and convenience a business or leisure guest would expect. Indeed, 80 of the hotel's rooms are luxury Ambassador Suites and provide all those extra touches that a busy business person requires to make their stay as productive and stress-free as possible.
With 12 Conference and Meeting rooms, accommodating a maximum meeting capacity of a staggering 900 delegates, the Palace Hotel Manchester is one of the prime event destinations in the North-West of England.
EATING AT THE PALACE HOTEL MANCHESTER
Manchester has a wealth of great places to eat out, but guests at the Palace Hotel Manchester don't need to venture out to sample some of the finest food and drink the city has to offer.
The hotel's Waterhouse restaurant is renowned for it's exquisite range of contemporary & traditional cuisine, all served in the most elegant Victorian surroundings.
The Lounge bar is highly recommended, providing a more relaxed atmosphere in which to unwind at the end of the day.
RATES FOR THE PALACE HOTEL MANCHESTER
You can pay hundreds of pounds for your visit - but view special discount rates at the Palace Hotel in Manchester on the internet for great deals.
Whatever your desires the Palace Hotel Manchester will in no way disappoint you.
Peter Sylvester is a seasoned UK journalist (NUJ 020267) who has worked with BBC Radios 4 and 5 Live, World Service, The Natural History Programme, Today, The Afternoon Shift, Farming Today, On This Day, and more. He produced "Class Five" for Sybil Ruscoe for three years.
Mr. Sylvester has written for such magazines as The Field, My Weekly, The Woodworker, and Radio Times. In previous successful careers, he has been an actor, teacher, and trader of gold, silver, and precious stones. He lives near Evesham in Cleeve Prior.