Hope you’ve all had a lovely weekend in the sunshine…? Manchester and Leeds have seen their fair share of the rays! Why do we love Monday? Because it’s the day we have a root through the internet to see what our guests have been saying about us…
KATSheffield left this lovely review of Manchester for us yesterday!
“Me and my mum stayed at roomzzz hotel in manchester when coming to the City of Manchester stadium to watch the Take That concert (by the way was absolutely amazing). The alround experince was excellent which made the whole trip perfect as it was a christmas present for my mum I wanted it to be. The customer service was brilliant we turned up before the 3pm check in time as had finished shopping in Manchester, the kind lady on recpetion did everyhting to make sure the room was ready,and we where able to have the room in around 10 minutes in this time able to have as much tea coffee and water that we liked. We had a smart studio the lowest grade of room which was really nice for the two of us evrything the bed the tv the imac bathroom was perfect. Cant some it up in the space we have here would reccomed iit to anyone I know who needs somewhere to stay in the centre of Manchester , even thiiugh the city of manchester stadium is outside the city centre it is around a 25 minute walk, which plenty of people walking as majority staing in the city centre due to lack of hotels near the stadium so wasnt lonley as advice to anyone going to a concert at the stadium and looking at possibly staying in roomzz”
Don’t forget that to claim a discount at Roomzzz you need to make sure that you’re a member of our Royalty Club… for an instant 10% discount and it’s absolutely free!
So how does it work? You simply sign up – via a card in your room during your stay at Roomzzz or visit our website and fill out the form there… your card will then be posted out to you in a few days. Then on each visit at Roomzzz you’ll get a Silver card which means10% discount taken from your bill when you produce the card, until you hit 25 stays… then you’ll go to gold and a 15% discount each time you stay, until… you’ve visited us 75 times – you then get a platinum card which give you a whopping 20% discount each time you book a room at Roomzzz! !
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