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The Midland
Peter Street
Manchester
Greater Manchester

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A luxurious 4 Star Deluxe City Centre hotel The Midland is one of the most historic and famous landmarks in Manchester. Standing proud in the heart of the city since 1903, The Midland has an unrivalled reputation for elegance, luxury, high standards of cuisine and customer service. Close to Manchester's public transport networks, only 10 miles from Manchester Airport and near to a multitude of shopping and tourist opportunities, the location of the Midland is ideal.

There are two restaurants including the double AA Rosette winning French Restaurant - the place to see and be seen in Manchester. For guests wanting to relax or workout there is also a health club with swimming pool, gym and squash court.

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Nearest Train Station: Piccadilly
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Number of Rooms: 303
Number Ensuite: 303
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Name: The French
Cuisine: Fine Dining
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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