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Weston Hall, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Weston Hall
Sackville Street
Manchester
Greater Manchester

M1 3BB | View map

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Weston Hall is a modern self-catering residence, which shares a site with the Days Hotel and Manchester Conference Centre. The accommodation in Weston Hall has recently been refurbished and offers a high standard of accommodation. All rooms are en-suite with shower and have well-equipped kitchens with communal lounges located throughout the building. High Speed internet access is available in the Manchester Conference Centre for Weston Hall guests (chargeable). Guests using Weston Hall accommodation have full use of the Days Hotel and Manchester Conference Centre facilities, which include a full service Restaurant and Bar available throughout the day, full English Buffet breakfast and continental breakfast is available, 24 hour reception, luggage room, computer lounge area and laundry facilities are also available. Accommodation is available from 1st July to 14th September 2009.Weston Hall is located in the city centre of Manchester near to the Univeristy of Manchester campus site and within a short walking distance to Manchesters famous retail outlets along with its fantastic range of wine bars, restaurants, pubs and clubs. There is a car park adjacent to the halls on Charles street, chargable locally.

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