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Arora International Manchester
18-24 Princess St
Greater Manchester

M1 4LY | View map

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Contemporary in design yet still maintaining the unique character of its grade 2 listed heritage, the award winning hotel is ideally located for whatever your stay may require.
For the business and conference traveller alike, the hotel is conveniently situated for the central business and convention districts of Spinningfields, Spring Gardens, Manchester Central, the MICC and Manchesterís mainline train stations
Those staying for leisure are only moments from the fantastic shopping facilities available in Manchesterís Arndale Centre, Exchange Square and a short tram ride from the world famous Old Trafford and City of Manchester stadium.
Whether it be a night on the town or a weekend of culture, the hotel is perfectly positioned within easy reach of the MEN arena, Bridge Water Hall, Urbis, the Opera House, Palace Theatre and the fashionable bars/restaurants found in the Northern Quarter, Printworks, Gay Village and Deansgate Locks areas.

The Arora hotel, in partnership with Sir Cliff Richard, offers non-smoking bedrooms including 5 dedicated Cliff Richard themed rooms.
The Arora International Manchester includes 2 charter suites and a boardroom as part of its extensive conferencing facilities. These feature the latest audiovisual technology, whilst a dedicated conference porter is always available. Professional conference coordinators are on-hand to assist you with your bespoke requirements.

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