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Premier Inn Manchester Trafford Centre West, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Premier Inn Manchester Trafford Centre West
Old Park Lane
Greater Manchester

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The hotel is an official hotel of Manchester United, situated opposite the famous Trafford Centre shopping complex. We are located within a short drive of many attractions.

All 161 stylish bedrooms are en-suite with power shower and freeview. Within a couple of minutes of the hotel is a golf driving range and a modern leisure centre (discounts available to our guests). Of course, there are many other attractions for shoppers and non-shoppers alike. These include the Manchester United Stadium, Imperial War Museum North, Lowry Outlet Mall, Lowry Gallery/Theatre and the hundreds of bars, cafes, restaurants, night clubs and theatres that you would expect from a cosmopolitan city such as Manchester.

Our hotel boasts 161 spacious, well appointed bedrooms including double doubles, family and accessibility rooms. The hotel is having some refurbishment but is taking care to maintain minimal disruption allowing you to relax in our stylish lounge or dine in the unique bar est and bistro.

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