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Ibis Manchester Centre, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Ibis Manchester Centre
96 Portland Street
Greater Manchester

MI 4GX | View map

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In the heart of Manchester's city centre, less than 800 metres from Piccadilly and Oxford Road railway stations, the hotel offers great value, with comfortable en suite rooms. The Ibis Manchester Centre is within easy reach of all of Manchester's shops, restaurants, bars and clubs. Canal Street is just 2 minutes' walk away and the hotel is easily accessible from the airport, by car or by public transport.The Manchester Conference Centre is less than 500 metres away, as is Manchester Central (formerly known as the GMEX centre).

The bar and reception are open 24 hours a day and drinks and hot snacks are available around the clock. Wi-Fi is available in the lobby and restaurant at an additional cost. Guests can use the gym at the nearby Novotel at an additional cost; please request this facility at check in. Discounted parking is available at the NCP public car parks at Chorlton Street, Oxford Street and Sackvile Street.

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