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Friday Favourites Treasure Hunt is back…

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We’re back with a new Treasure Hunt for 2012! Follow our clues below… look out for tomorrow’s blog to complete the hunt… and then post your answer on our Facebook wall for Leeds or Manchester before 3pm and you’ll be in with a chance to win win win a night on us in our fabulous Manchester City Centre hotel!

Monday
How much did Aimee R pay for her room in Roomzzz?
x 2
PLUS
Tuesday

Add all the numbers together for the year in which Pope Paul VI deleted Valentine’s Day? ( x + x + x + x)
Minus
Wednesday
The amount of discount our Royalty Club GOLD members receive
Divided By
The number of times the word Roomzzz appears in tomorrow (Friday’s) blog!
And that’s it Treasure Hunters – look out for our blog tomorrow and don’t forget to post your answer!

Claim your double discount @ Roomzzz!


Have you received your Roomzzz Royalty Club? You can book stays in Roomzzz and get a discount! 10% discount immediately…. at any time and for our extra special promotion during July and August there’s a double discount. on offer… yes 20% off each stay!

And then the more you stay the better the discount gets… once you have racked up 25 stays you get upgraded to a gold card which gives 15% standard, doubled to 30% in our summer madness… and 75 Roomzzz nights will make you a platinum member and a whopping 20% (40% in July and August) discount each time you stay!

It’s Monday… Don’t take our word for it…


We’ve been having a trawl around the internet again and found some more lovely reviews… we like this one below which was posted on 9th June on Trip Advisor by Nate_Ball from Oswestry! A very thorough and considered review we think… have a read – we think it just about says it all!

“My wife and I stayed here whilst in Leeds at a friend’s wedding. The hotel is easy to find, and is situated within the ever expanding student quarters of Leeds. There is a car park across the road from the hotel, which could potentially, during busy times, be quite a task to cross. The hotel is very modern and is situated next to a new bar and pizzeria.

Upon entering reception, you are welcomed by a clean and tidy front lobby, with new furniture and a large plasma television with the latest news. The concierge is very polite and well spoken.

As the wedding we were going to had a mid afternoon start, and the fact that my good wife was a bridesmaid and getting ready elsewhere, I found myself at a bit of a loose end as to what to do. I arrived in Leeds shortly before 9am and check-in was not until 3pm, whilst the wedding started at 1.15pm. I spoke to the concierge who told me that they offer an early check-in option for £10 and then explained that the hotel was mainly used by mid-week businessmen, who normally vacated their rooms in the morning. He advised me to call back at 10.30am, when he would have more of an idea if the room I had booked was free and of course cleaned. This sounded very agreeable, so after mooching around Leeds for about an hour, I gave him a call, with him confirming the room had been vacated and would be cleaned and ready for me by 10.45am.

After arriving back at the car park (of which you can pay for by phone and debit card) and back to the hotel, the concierge checked me in. The hotel takes both cash and card, but for a cash payment, they also require your card details for security.

The lobby has refreshments available which include a free coffee machine, and a selection of food and drink, all of which seems to be local produce at a very reasonable price.The lobby then leads onto a corridor for the lift and stairs.

My room was on the second floor. The corridors are well lit and again clean and smell fresh. The room itself, as you can see, is essentially an apartment, complete with working kitchen. This is the first time I have stopped in an “Aparthotel” and I like it. I work away a lot, and having much more space and the option of cooking for yourself appeals to me greatly, rather than stopping in the “same old, same old” Premier Inn (or equivalent generic hotel)

We opted for the standard apartment, but this was more than adequate in size, decor and functionality. The decor is modern, but homely and the kitchen is fully workable complete with utensils, fridge, hob, microwave, washing machine and even a dishwasher! I can see why this may appeal to the mid-week businessmen as it is very much a home from home. The living area has a two seat table complete with chairs, a three seat sofa and a large 30-34” flat screen television. The television also rates 180⁰ so you may watch it in bed.The bed was a double, complete with memory foam mattress. This offers a very comfortable sleep. The bathroom was small, but tidy – consisting of a toilet bowl, basin and shower. It is supplied with quality hand soap and shower gel.

The lobby also has a security team after 10pm.

All in all this is a nice affordable hotel, with the added bonus of being able to cook your meals.

Pro’s:
Price – unbeatable in Leeds unless B&B is your preferred choice
Free Wifi within your room
Memory foam bed
Cleanliness
Attitude of staff
Free “Grab n’ Go” breakfast
Reasonably priced food and drink

Con’s:
Noise within the room (Very thin windows)
Lack of air conditioning (Although an oscillating fan is provided)

Room Tip: Request a room at the back of the hotel”

Stayed June 2011, travelled as a couple

Manchester United v Liverpool

Old Trafford will see home team Manchester United take on Liverpool on Sunday 21st March in a bid to win the Barclays Premier League.
Current champions United are at the top of the league, having played 30 games and currently standing on 66 points, with Arsenal edging in behind with 64 points (also having played 30 games). Liverpool, the underdogs, are in 5th place and hoping to be able to inflict a decisive defeat over the reigning champions of the current Premiership this Sunday.  Bookies are getting behind the current title holders Manchester United with odds of 8/11, whilst Liverpool are currently facing odds of 9/2.
For those of you with Manchester United Tickets, here at Roomzzz, our hotels in Manchester offer the perfect location for those of you planning on travelling to watch what is set be an epic Manchester United game. Our hotel is based in the City Centre, near Old Trafford giving you great connectivity to the stadium and also local entertainment venues such as bars, pubs, high street shopping, cinemas and perhaps the old favourite of a curry and beer on Manchester’s famous “Curry Mile”. After seeing the Manchester United game live, you may want to celebrate or withdraw privately; either way, our Roomzzz Hotels in Manchester offer the perfect setting for you to go back to after the game.
As you’d expect from a luxury hotel in Manchester, there’s every concession to contemporary style and comfort with 48 individual apartments to choose from – from compact studios to spacious suites. Each one fully fitted for the practicalities of daily life; each one finished with a subtle suggestion of the Orient inspired by the bustle of nearby Chinatown.
Our Hotel is near Manchester Piccadilly railway station, and with Piccadilly Gardens just a few blocks away, the Northern Quarter beyond, G-Mex and near Deansgate’s shopping to the north-west, you’re never far from the heartbeat of this vibrant 21st Century metropolis and there is great connectivity to and from the Old Trafford Stadium.
Each room includes:
  • Apple Mac or Mac Mini in every room
  • ipod dock
  • Free wi-fi, local and national calls
  • Pantry in reception for toiletries and groceries
  • Grab & Go breakfast counter with café-style seating area
  • Large seating area in reception
  • Laundry facilities on each floor
  • Disabled access
So for those of you going to watch the Manchester United v. Liverpool game live and looking for a Manchester football Hotel, make Roomzzz the place to stay this weekend!