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Article from BTNews 29 FEBRUARY 2016

Holiday Inn Manchester City Centre

April 2016 will see the launch of Holiday Inn Manchester City Centre, a 4-star hotel in Manchester’s vibrant Piccadilly area by the station of the same name.

The 298-room property will feature Holiday Inn’s signature Open Lobby concept, high specification accommodation and cutting edge meeting facilities. The hotel will incorporate the latest trends in hotel design and technology, including free hi-speed wi-fi.  In common with all Holiday Inn hotels, kids can stay and eat for free.

Holiday Inn Manchester City Centre is to reflect the city’s heritage by honouring local sporting and music icons.  The hotel’s suites will be named after Manchester United and City footballing heroes George Best and Colin Bell, while the function rooms will be named after local music icons including Factory Records’ nightclub impresario and owner Tony Wilson, Stone Roses guitarist John Squires, pop music icons Morrissey, the Gallagher brothers and Ian Curtis from Joy Division.

All of the hotel’s guest rooms will be highly specified – with 40 inch LCD Smart HD televisions, DVD/CD players, air conditioning and complimentary high-speed wi-fi.

The hotel will offer 12 meeting rooms (maximum 20 users), the facilities including an impressive terrace area and spacious breakout space as well as the latest state-of-the-art technology including Bose sound system and Barco ClickShare wireless presentation.  www.ihg.com/holidayinn/hotels/gb/en/manchester

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