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Urban City Apartments, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Urban City Apartments
Royal Mills
Gt Ancoats St

Manchester
Greater Manchester

M4 6JG | View map

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Just minutes walk away from Manchester City Centre and the MEN Arena, Royal Mills, based within the Ancoats Urban Village, is the brand new flagship complex recently refurbished on the Eastern edge of Manchester City Centre. These luxury 2 bedrooms, 2 bathroom apartments are furnished to the highest standards which have been inspired by famous 'Changing Rooms' designer Oliver Heath.

All apartments include flatscreen LCD TVs, DVD players and CD stereos with I-Pod connectors. All bedrooms contain one double bed and storage units and all kitchens are fully fitted with Smeg appliances and all cookware, glassware, cutlery and crockery that you will need.

A housekeeping service is included in the apartment rate for any guests staying over 5 nights and car parking is available at a nightly rate. The location of these apartments are ideal for business use as they are right off the main ring road linking all of Manchester’s motorway network and are also only a few minutes away from Manchester Victoria and Piccadilly train stations.

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