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Quays Serviced Apartments, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Quays Serviced Apartments
The Quays
Salford Quays

Greater Manchester

M50 3BD | View map

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The Quays Serviced Apartments are situated only two minutes off the M602 motorway in a new landmark building in Salford Quay. The apartments are close to the cultural and leisure heart of the Quays and are just a short distance from The Lowry Centre (2mins), the Imperial War Museum (4mins) and Manchester Uniteds ‘Theatre Of Dreams’, Old Trafford (6mins). Manchester City Centre can easily be accessed via the Metro Link Tram Service in 6-8mins and for the ultimate shopping experience the Trafford Centre is only 7mins away by road.

These luxurious apartments are available for daily, weekly or monthly rental, all are newly built, have two bedrooms and sleep up to four people. Each apartment is beautifully furnished throughout, with digital TV, DVD and fully equipped modern kitchens. The bathroom benefits from an extra deep bath with an overhead shower from Hans Grohe. All apartments have truly breathtaking views and waterfront location. Hewlett Packard high-speed broadband wireless technology comes as standard along with a 24hr concierge service. There is allocated parking for one vehicle at no extra charge. Maid service will be provided for stays of 3 or more days.

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