Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel

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Portland Street Manchester M1 4PH
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The international suite is set within the iconic Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel. We can offer one of the largest suites in the North West, easily accommodating 800 people for a theatre-style conference or 650 people for a banquet! This versatile space can be tailored to your specific event needs making The International Suite suitable for a variety of events, from product launches, academic conferences, seminars to award ceremonies! The international Suite is the perfect balance of practical and glamorous, meaning no compromise is required! We will include a spacious reception area, private balcony, inbuilt bar, up lighters which can be themed to a selection of colours, star cloth backdrop, 20x10 metre drop-down screen as well as front projection and inbuilt stage area, all of which will always be included in your package! We are extremely lucky to have such an amazing room which boasts natural daylight through our magnificent floor to ceiling windows creating a clean fresh feel to all your events, whilst our many chandeliers, lighting and furnishings provide a glamorous setting!

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Sunny Diep



out of 5 stars

Had a great stay over the weekend for stag do. Very welcoming to our large group and made our experience very enjoyable. The hotel is located in the heart of Manchester overlooking Piccadilly gardens which you can admire through a panoramic view in the bar/restaurant area. 3 functioning lifts readily available as well as a stairwell for those who want to walk - not sure why other users complained about this. Rooms were clean, breakfast was good with plenty of options from cold to hot. There was a concierge ground floor so very safe too. #LobsterStagGuys

Scott Simpson



out of 5 stars

Average hotel in a great location, fairly standard for the price - room clean, bed very springy and soft, comfortable. If you have a room near the double fire doors that separate corridors from each other, prepare yourself for them to creak and slam shut as other guests go through them, in our case this was a regular occurrence from 8am onwards. That's the only bug bear, everything else was as expected for the star rating and price. We were even given a voucher for 2 free drinks in the bar, which was great.

rebecca Dines



out of 5 stars

Stayed for 3 nights for pride weekend. Good points good location, sheets on the bed were clean and the staff were nice. Bad points the cleanliness of the bathroom was not great mould in the grout of the tiles in the shower the floor looked dirty like I need shoes to walk on it worst part was the toilet seat which was suppose to be white but was stained yellow ordered extra loo roll to to cover the seat to sit on it the whole bathroom looked like it needed a good refurbishment. The furniture in the room was battered and old and there were holes in the curtains. We added breakfast for one day and I wish I hadn’t bothered the food was stone cold even though breakfast was served from 8am and we when for breakfast at 8:20am. Overall not a great experience and will not be staying again.

M Xiaozi



out of 5 stars

Stayed here for a week and really enjoyed it. Booked a Standard Double Room, it is well-maintained and clean, and bed is very comfortable. View is also great as given a top floor room. There’s also free bottled water and biscuits in the room which is thoughtful especially after a long trip. Reception check in was smooth and staff are nice and attentive. Have stayed in a few hotels in Manchester before and this is my favourite, will visit again!

Luke Clarke



out of 5 stars

Difficult stay, not very comfortable. Welcome The lifts were incredibly slow and always full, it took 10 minutes to get to the reception area and another 5 to get to your room. This didn’t improve and each time you wanted to use the lift, you’ll have a wait. We used the stairs to get back down but the were incorrectly labelled and sent you to the fire escape and into a back area of the hotel, surprisingly I found more lifts although these were for staff. Could this be a solution? Maybe have a set that go from ground to the reception and then another set that goes to the rooms? Surely the staff can mix with guests from time to time. Room The room was a bit dated, you could hear sounds coming from other rooms and soundproofing was non existent. The quality of the beds were poor and I didn’t have a good nights sleep at all. The bathroom was dated and was a little dirty around the edges. The room also struggles with dirty cups and lacking four star charm including not having a mini bar to store drinks etc. I was happy to leave. During our stay, the hotels fire alarm went off and we arrived back to the hotel to no less than 9 fire engines, although this wasn’t their fault, it’s something that apparently happens a lot at this location. I won’t be staying with Mercure again, it’s just not worth it.
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