Winner Best Serviced Apartments in Manchester 2008.The bed is huge and the inviting and the shower packs a punch. In short, its perfect, The Observer Staying Cools one- and two-bedroom apartments are a Wallpaper readers dream, Daily Telegraph Business travellers visiting Manchester can check into some of the most stylish on offer with Staying Cool, The Independent Free wifi and Sky TV Most comfortable pocket-sprung beds with memory foam - the mattresses are called the Ultimate (youll know why in the morning!) Secure underground parkingApple Mac entertainment system - chill out with iTunes, plug in your iPod, watch TV or a DVD Quiet riverside location just off Deansgate - minutes from the Conference Quarter The best furniture designers - Arne JACOBSEN, Robin and Lucienne DAY, Tom DIXON, EAMES brothers Staying Cool Concierge service Free-range and organic breakfasts to order - all locally procured Eco-friendly products throughout Our own range of hand-blended aromatherapy spa products In-apartment beauty treatments, personal training and personal shoppingHip hotel meets boutique serviced apartment. If you love style and design, are independently-minded, then youll love Staying Cool. Here in Castlefield Staying Cool has teamed up with award-winning developer, Urban Splash, to bring you some of the best apartments in Manchester.Each apartment is consistently stylish, yet different, with a major emphasis on COMFORT (the best beds, sofas and chairs), DESIGN (the hottest designers, known and unknown, plus many especially commissioned pieces) and TECHNOLOGY (wi-fi, apple macs, and espresso makers).Secure parking (£5), free wifi, free espresso coffee and organic milk, free oranges for the juicer. Egyptian cotton towels, fine bed linen and bath products. In short, everything you would expect from the very best boutique hotel and more. All Staying Cool apartments are different sizes and very differently styled, so its worth checking that you have booked your first choice from the descriptions below. Staying Cool also has apartments at The Edge, Hill Quays and at Beetham Tower (see separate entries by searching on Staying Cool in the hotel name box )... in the words of The Observers Travel Editor, In short, its perfect.
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We will send you explicit directions to your exact apartment by email, as all our Castlefield apartments are in different Urban Splash buildings. The following information gets you to the general area but not your specific apartment. by cartaxifrom M56: At M56 junction 3 keep in right-hand lanes (signposted city centre). Continue straight along this road towards the city centre until it becomes Princess Parkway and then Princess Road (A5103) and you are in Manchester. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Medlock Street (signposted city centre, G Mex centre). Continue straight ahead onto Albion Street, then turn left onto Whitworth Street West (B6469). At the traffic lights turn left onto Bridgewater Viaduct then at the roundabout take the 6th exit, then turn left onto Ellesmere Street (signposted Warrington, (M62) Liverpool) and turn right onto Arundel Street. Worsley Street and Box Works are situated directly ahead at the end of Arundel Street. At the end of the M602, follow the signs straight ahead to Manchester city centre and keep going until you see a sign for Old Trafford (at the A56Deansgate junctionMancunian Way junction) where you bear left (you can see both a space age pod and the Box Works to your right just after the sign, but you need to follow the one way system to get to the other side of the road). Go round the roundabout and take the A56 south towards Old Trafford. Take the first turning on the right (by the National Tyre fitters), then first right again into Ellesmere Street. Proceed along Ellesmere Street for approx 200 metres and turn first left into Arundel Street.