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Eazysleep Manchester
Canal Street
Manchester
Greater Manchester

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Eazysleep Manchester is an immaculately clean and comfortable budget Hotel in Manchester City Centre.Located on Canal Street – in the famous gay village – the Hotel is surrounded by cosmopolitan bars, restaurants, trendy nightclubs and shops all minutes away. Guests will not get a better location for a cheaper price - guaranteed!All 13 of Eazysleep’s bedrooms are fully en-suite with fantastic views overlooking the Canal and the bustling, exciting street outside. All contain freeview televisions and tea & coffee making facilities.Earlier check in and late check out may be available, please request at time of booking.Ideal for people visiting Manchester for a weekend to experience the city’s nightlife, fabulous culture, or world famous shops, Eazysleep offers superb comfort and value for money with rooms starting from as little as £19 per night!

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