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98% would recommend it to a friend
Fabulous spacious rooms.
Very comfortable beds. Nice to have tea/coffee in room. Great breakfast and bar food tasty. Staff courteous and helpful if a little flustered under pressure.if in Manchester would always be first choice to stay at the Lowry.
The Lowry is an amazing hotel.
All of the staff are lovely, the food is fantastic. Next time we are in Manchester, we will go back to The Lowry
Friendly staff,,,went on valentines day last minute ,,restaurant was fully booked but the staff still went out of there way to find a table ,,,room and food always perfect ...love staying at this hotel !!,,,definitely the best hotel in Manchester
Night at the Lowry
Friendly staff, excellent service, great room.
Need I say more?
Very good value for the quality of the hotel
From the moment we arrived the level of customer service was outstanding.
We stayed in a deluxe double room which was well equipped and finished to a high standard, although we didn't have breakfast we are in the Bistro which was excellent value for money and enjoyed the pianist playing in the bar.
Great Hotel - Great Service
Every member of staff we encountered were friendly and polite.
We will definitely be going back.
Room was HUGE, perfect location and the staff were amazing. I would definitely stay here again.
Prefer another 5* hotel
The hotel is nice and in a good location but having stayed in another 5* hotel in Manchester a couple of time before I always had that in the back of my head for comparison.
The single biggest failing of the Lowry is the poor quality of the curtains in the bedroom. They were so thin that even a murky morning would light up the room like Blackpool Illuminations. I'd expect Manchester's only 5 star hotel to set the standard on a good night's sleep. Pitch darkness is essential for this and any light sleepers would be awake as soon as the sun comes up. Massive failure there for a £300 a night room. It wasn't even as though we chose the cheapest room, it was the most expensive one before you move up to the £900 suites so we really expected blackout curtains.
Breakfast was very good quality although it baffles me why a 5 star hotel would ONLY offer low fat yoghurt. Anyone with an ounce of nutritional knowledge knows that low fat yoghurt is either full of sugar or full of chemicals. I've stayed in many a hotel that has pots of yoghurt for you to choose your own rather than a big communal bowl of low fat nonsense. Yuk. When my wife asked about full fat yoghurt the man handed her a small pot with no nutritional information on and said "because it doesn't say low fat it must be full fat". Hmm. Upon smell and a quick taste we knew it was a chemical laden mess. Come on, we've paid over £20 a head for breakfast and so should have a half decent choice of yoghurt available. If I was forced to stay here again I'd make a short trip to the Waitrose up the road first as I'm sure they have full fat Greek yoghurt. This all sounds very petty, but when you've paid top dollar for a 5 star hotel you expect the best.