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Citi Park Hotel
882-884 Rochdale Road
Manchester
Greater Manchester

M9 8AH | View map

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A small Victorian converted guest house, recently refurbished, cosy and close by David Lewis Recreation Grounds. Relax with a spot of tennis or enjoy the basketball courts. For more quiet pursuits, enjoy cycling, bowling or country walking through the grounds. Visit beautiful lakes and fisheries or simply sit outside and relax while you watch your children play in the newly refurbished play area within the grounds.
The hotel offers quick and easy access to the M60 motorway and vibrant city centre, the perfect choice for business and leisure travellers.
Bowling, cycyling, baskeball, football and running courses are available from reception.

Citi Park Hotel invites you to a recently refurbished Victorian building in Manchester. Enjoy our cosy en suite bedrooms and sumptuous luxury of oversize beds. Contemporary in style, Citi Park offers all you need in the 21st century: flat screen TVs; digital channels; free wireless internet access; and office services.
The park is a vast part of the experience, just few steps away from your bedroom. It is called Boggart Hole Clough and its nature reserves, swan lakes and sports facilities form one of the largest green areas in Manchester.

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