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Novotel Manchester West, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Novotel Manchester West
Worsley Brow
Worsley

Manchester
Greater Manchester

M28 2YA | View map
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The Novotel Manchester West is an 3 star AA rated hotel in the historic village of Worsley, ideally located for a business trip but also for a short family break with easy access to all major road networks, 12 miles from Manchester Airport and just a short drive from Manchester, Old Trafford stadium, the Trafford Centre and Salford Quays. The hotel features nine meeting rooms, Elements restaurant, bar & lounge, a fitness room, a terrace and gardens and childrens play area. WiFi access available plus free parking on site. Accommodation and buffet breakfast are free for two children under the age of 16 staying in their parents' or grandparents' room and having breakfast as a family. We also offer 50% discount on our restaurant menu for kids under the age of 12.

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