A big thank you for the hotel staff and their manager
A big thank you for the hotel staff and their manager
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The staff were friendly and there is a nice relaxed atmosphere, I am sure we will be back in the future.
If I won the Friday Favourites competition and had a FREE night to spend in Manchester I would check out the Manchester Food & Drink Festival programme and choose something delicious to attend!
The 14th Manchester Food & Drink Festival takes place on Albert Square and across the region from 7th – 17th October 2011. I think I’ll definitely have to check out the Chocolate Festival on the 15th and 16th in Cathedral Square! Featuring the world’s first ever bean-to-bar chocolate factory, talks, displays & workshops; a chance to meet cocoa growers and sample a big yummy chocolate market!
There are lots of delicious events around the city and events are being announced all the time… check out www.foodanddrinkfestival.com for more details… you can also vote for your favourite bars, restaurants and coffee shops in the Awards!
PS Don’t forget that even if you don’t win the FREE night – our Royalty Club Members get discount all year round! It’s free to join and you get a minimum 10% discount…
Whooohooo the countdown is on! Six hours and thirty five minutes until our Friday Favourites Flash Sale…
Sixty minutes… 3,600 seconds… most people have one for lunch… when you’re at school it takes a year! It’s an hour… only one… on its own… but that’s how long you will have today Friday 1st July to book a smart studio at our Manchester hotel for the fabulous rate of £45… yes that’s right 60 minutes to book a room for £45… we will be inviting all our Facebook fans to take part in this promotion between 3pm and 4pm when the special code will go live and unlock the door to this very special event!
So what else could you do for an hour when you’re staying at Roomzzz?
You could take a bath?
You could go for a walk?
You could have a snooze?
You could cook a curry from scratch?
You could watch this programme on luxury hotels to get you in the mood!
You could go shopping?
You could read a newspaper?
PS Don’t forget that today and any other day, you can still claim a discount on other room types and at our other Roomzzz locations when you join our Royalty Club… and during July and August you will get a minimum of 20% off your bill!
T & Cs: Offer is subject to availability, not in conjunction with any other offer, code is only valid for smart studio bookings made between 3pm and 4pm at Manchester City on Friday 1st July. Applies to new bookings only until 30.12.2011. Reservations must be made online and prepaid, are non refundable and non amendable. Royalty Club discount cannot be claimed against any booking made under this offer.
Hebden Bridge is equidistant from Manchester and Leeds. It just won Best Town in Britain & Ireland at the Urbanism Awards, and so we felt obliged to look into some other jewels close to these crowing cities.
Manchester gave birth to what was, technically, the world’s original suburb, Victoria Park. Just up the road you can find one of our hotels in Manchester, and with it the perfect combination of serviced apartment and luxury hotel – ideal for any city break. But further out of town there are countless destinations well worth a day trip.
And the same applies on the other side of the hills, where we can offer unique hotels in Leeds city centre. Our Leeds accommodation offers an ideal base from which to explore outlying secrets. So when you arrive for that short break drop your bags off in the apartment and relax. Then head out to discover the places that prove it’s not all about bright lights and wide roads….
Within an hour of Leeds
Somewhere so close to an international airport is rarely this idyllic. Introducing Yeadon, a town-planning anomaly. From the somewhat oversized, prestigious town hall (originally planned for Guiseley) to the cobbled, Hovis-esque streets, it truly is a place unto its own.
Just around the corner from Harrogate, Knaresborough is amongst the county’s most historic settlements. Toss a coin to make a wish at Mother Shipton’s Cave & Petrifying Well, England’s oldest tourist attraction, or enjoy a lackadaisical afternoon boating on the River Nidd.
Skipton is the best of old and new Yorkshire combined. Arrive on busy market day and peruse the famous selection of flower and food stalls, then take in the castle- a true Civil War survivor. Once done, head for Craven Court to discover a goldmine of curiosity and bargain shops.
Within an hour of Manchester
Glossop is the gateway to the Peak District, one of England’s finest corners. But the surrounding landscape isn’t the only reason to escape to this Derbyshire town. Discover the Howard Park conservation area, or explore historic Old Glossop, and the Howard Town Brewery.
Like most spa towns, Buxton’s charm hasn’t waned since the Victorian’s were here. Enveloped by the Derbyshire Peaks, and boasting Britain’s best road for biking (the ‘Cat & Fiddle run’), if you’re not a petrol head then take a dip at the natural baths, or walk through the Goit Valley.
Saddleworth is Emmerdale land, and part of the area that Lancashire and Yorkshire fought over when the two Roses were at war. Experience the age-old summer rushbearing festival, or visit in winter for a scrumptious Sunday lunch amid the oft snow-capped Pennines.
Image (C) Dave Bevis