Discussion in 'SMB' started by shaun61, Jul 12, 2019.
.... any recommendations?
Looking at 1 night stay plus 8 days parking.
We normally just use the airports multi-storey it’s straight over from the checkin desks 2 min walk pay a bit more but but not that bad to what the hotels charge you mate and saves pissing about with buses to and from hotels car park
Book and pay it online for a better price and u just drive up to barrier camera reads ur plate in and out no messin
You can do that at the Britannia. It's a bit erm, basic though
holiday inn express usually cheapest to stay and it’s ok with decent breccy think parking there is around £10 per day
I tried both parking options and defo prefer the airport multi
I always stopped at Bewleys and was always fine. Think it's called Clayton now.
Aye, this is the one we usually use
Does the job
It's a Brittania hotel
They're all shit
Hotel Near Manchester Airport | 4-Star Clayton Hotel Manchester Airport
Used to be Bewleys nice hotel and short walk to Terminal
canny bar and food and good on site parking
Don't. Just don't
A short taxi ride away(included in price) Cresta Court Hotel in Altrincham.
Crowne Plaza. Best hotel @ MCR airport.
Another vote for The Clayton. Used it several times
Decent enough hotel too
Yep my recommendation is to not stay at a Britannia Hotel
As SEB the Clayton is fine as is the Cresta Court in Altrincham
Hilton do it and are the prices are competitive
There's 20% off Jetparks at Manchester airport at the minute. Just had an e-mail with the details.
Also offering 25% off Fast Track and 10% off loungers.
I think we stayed there for a night when we flew back to Manchester. Was nice enough and only a short drive. Was nice and quiet away from all the airport shite and the room was nice.
Hilton are good and it's walkable to T1/T3 or they have free shuttle.
They have family rooms which fit me, the wife and the 3 bread snatchers in.
Deals are demand based so expect to pay £200 ish
Stay nearby in a premier inn or similar, then just park in the multi-storey on site. It doesn’t cost much more for parking than some of the offsite places and your car is right next to arrivals for when you come back.
Over the years we have done many of the airport hotels and we find it easier to do it this way.
Marriott is nice with fantastic facilities, but you won’t have time to use them, and the shuttle bus took ages to pick us up.
The Hilton is nice and convenient, but if they are busy they sometimes will move the cars to an offsite location.
The Asian restaurant in the Crown Laza is lush although some of the rooms could do with a refurb, especially the bathrooms.
Our son has booked us into the Radisson as a Wedding Anniversary present before our trip to Lisbon in October but we'll probably walk over the road to the Crown Plaza for the aforementioned bait on the evening. The Radisson's food and beers are ridiculously expensive but it has a nice pool and sauna. We're not parking at the Radisson though. I'm just going to book either the multi-story or the Long Stay car park instead.
Clayton’s it spot on.
We got a family of 4 for one night with 22 night’s parking for £220 a couple of years ago.
Free shuttle to the airport and back again on return.
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