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Express by Holiday Inn -Salford Quays
Salford
Greater Manchester

M50 3XW | View map

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Ideally situated within the thriving Salford Quays, the hotel is the ideal choice for business or leisure guests, offering great value, a great location and a warm welcome. The newly refurbished Express by Holiday Inn hotel is surrounded by the water and history of the Manchester Ship Canal and within 1.6 km (one mile) of Manchester United Football Club, the Imperial War Museum and the Lowry Theatre. This superb location ensures that Express by Holiday Inn Manchester Salford Quays is the perfect choice whether you’re travelling on business or pleasure.

This Manchester hotel is designed to provide consistent value for money and its great rates are inclusive of complimentary, continental breakfast which is served in the comfort of the contemporary and stylish Great Room lounge. In addition, guests also benefit from free and secure car parking.
Additional facilities at Express by Holiday Inn Salford Quays include the refurbished bar, meeting facilities and a 24-hour reception.
The hotel is fully air conditioned and has a Wi-Fi connection in all rooms and public areas.

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