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Executive Serviced Apartments - Leftbank, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Executive Serviced Apartments - Leftbank
Bridge Street
Spinningfields

Manchester
Greater Manchester

M3 2DE | View map
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The prestigeous Leftbank Development occupies a prime riverside location on the banks of the River Irwell in the heart of Manchester's City centre. Deansgate, with its vibrant restaurants, trendy bars and clubs is nearby, as is the heart of the shopping centre, featuring Harvey Nichols, Selfridges, Kendalls, the designer stores and boutiques of King Street and the Arndale Centre. Very close to the MEN Arena, G-Mex, Granada Studios and museums.
Each apartment is spacious, contemporary and features a large lounge/dining area leading out to a balcony, a modern, fully-fitted, state-of-the-art, kitchen, a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes, a stylish bathroom, 24 hour concierge service, high-speed, wireless, internet access, widescreen TV, DVD/Music Centre, hairdryer, iron and ironing board. Complimentary coffee and tea , fresh linen and towels are provided for your stay. A secure, private, car parking space is available at extra cost . Laundry and grocery services can be provided on request . The only apartments in the Spinningfields business district.

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