The Blue Rainbow Aparthotel is located in Manchester, England, 200 metres from Deansgate Locks with its lively bars and restaurants. Piccadilly central train station is 500 metres away. Hotel Features.
Surrounding a Japanese garden, this residence features an onsite gym and business centre. Complimentary use of the nearby fitness centre is offered to guests. There is a 24 hour front desk and multilingual concierge service. Drivers will find secure parking on site. Guestrooms.
Guestroom apartments feature Hungarian goose feather duvets with bedding and toiletries from The White Company. Further amenities include flatscreen televisions with satellite channels, direct dial phones with voicemail, CD and DVD players, high speed Internet access, and writing desks. Kitchens are equipped with dishwashers, washer/dryers, cookware, coffee/tea makers, microwaves, and refrigerators. Decor is contemporary with light tones, black and white floral fabrics, and parquet flooring. Bathrooms offer showers and bathtubs with Egyptian cotton towels, bathrobes, and hair dryers.
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From Manchester Airport (MAN):
Distance to Blue Rainbow Aparthotel is 10 miles, approximately 15 minutes' drive.
Getting there. Manchester Airport train station is linked to all terminals by a moving walkway. Every hour, up to six trains leave the airport for Manchester Piccadilly station in central Manchester. A single ticket costs 2.65 GBP, and the journey takes about 20 minutes. Skyline bus number 43 runs to the Piccadilly Gardens bus terminal every 10 minutes, and the fare is 2.40 GBP for a single ticket. The residence is 500 metres away. Taxis to Blue Rainbow Aparthotel cost about 15 GBP. Prices are all subject to change.
Getting around. Central Manchester is easy to explore on foot, and there are many pedestrianised areas. An extensive bus system operates throughout the city during the day and at night. Trams run to The Lowry, Old Trafford, Bury, Eccles, and Altrincham. Taxis can be hailed on the street.