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Macdonald Townhouse Manchester
Portland Street
Manchester
Greater Manchester

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The Macdonald Townhouse is a grade II listed building in the heart of Manchester City Centre, perfectly located for the many business districts and to enjoy Manchester’s shopping as well as theatre and exhibitions in the city centre. Constructed in 1870, the grand façade of this former textile warehouse has remained largely unchanged although the building was converted into a hotel in 1982. The hotel underwent an extensive refurbishment programme in 2010, transforming it into a 4 star Boutique Hotel, whilst still retaining many of the features of the original building. Due to the nature of the warehouse design the contemporary designed, air conditioned bedrooms are spacious and filled with light from the large windows that surround each floor level. Free Wireless Internet is available throughout the hotel. Guests can also enjoy the use of the award winning GL14 Leisure Club, just five minutes away. Discounted Car Parking rates are available at Q-Park Piazza, St James Street which is just 5 minutes walk from the hotel.

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