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Victoria Park Hotel
4 Park Crescent

Greater Manchester

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On a quiet street, conveniently located within easy reach of the city centre and Manchester’s train stations and airport, the hotel is less than a minute's walk from a variety of great restaurants. Just off Manchester’s ‘Curry Mile’, the Victoria Park Hotel is just a short stroll from a wide selection of the city’s English, Italian, Arabic, Asian, and vegetarian restaurants. The hotel’s convenient location means it has good access to all that this vibrant city has to offer. The university is within walking distance and the city centre is just 2 miles (3.2 km) away. Old Trafford football stadium, the world-famous home of Manchester United, is just a short bus ride away, with regular buses passing close to the hotel on match days. The City of Manchester Stadium, home ground of Manchester City FC, is 4 km away.

Single rooms are either en suite or have a private bathroom and all other rooms are en suite. Every room has tea/coffee making facilities and a telephone.

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