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77% would recommend it to a friend
Very small room but adequate.
Once I found it ................................
A bit frustrating trying to find it as the satnav sent me to a back and the signage to the hotel was poor.
The Wifi is not great which is surprising as it is billed as being a conference centre. The bar area is also uninviting - that said the room was clean, comfy and the breakfast was fine
Local to needs
Clean, well maintained, friendly location.
Chancellors Hotel & Conference Centre
Excellent value but room a little small.
Breakfast very good. Would recommend.
Booked one night, wasn't feeling great but the room was quiet so I was able to sleep without being woken with banging doors and noisy residents as happens in chain hotels.
Fine- let down by one person!/
I have stayed here a few times recently and it is good value for money and all of the staff have always been very friendly.
Rooms are fine for the cost and always very clean - but what happened at break fast was a bit upsetting - I asked upon arrival if my Daughter, who is at Manchestef Uni, could join me for breakfast the next morning as she had an exam the next day, but not until the afternoon. To my surprise I was told that she could and for no charge. At breakfast my daughter was asked for her student card, which had not been mentioned when I enquired the night before - no problem, a reasonable request. Reception were understanding and made it clear it would be required next time, but when we entered for breakfast my daughter was asked for id again. When unable to produce it the lady who requested it was very stern and rather laboured the point. What really upset me was that after we left the Restuarant my daughter was upset and explained that she was getting disapproving looks from the member of staff throughout breakfast. She didn't tell me st the time to avoid a fuss, but it rather spilt the experience and left a bad dgh if I am allowed X
Location is good but rooms are small and tired looking
We stayed just before christmas as we had a work christmas party in Manchester and this offered a good location with free parking.
It's very easy to get into Manchester City Centre via bus. The staff are helpful and friendly. The room is very small though and that's what would stop us staying again. It's the smallest room we've stayed in when in a hotel (I'd estimate a good third smaller than your average Premier Inn or Travelodge room). Our room was so small that the bed wasn't a even a double one and a good view inches smaller than a normal double bed so two of us sleeping in it was cosy. A bigger bed would fit if they removed the very tired looking bed side cabinets which had their veneer ripped off anyway. As the room is so small there isn't really any room to put anything either and I'd say the room would definitely benefit from a deep clean. As others have said when I read reviews, the room was also extremely hot (so hot we slept with the window open) even though the radiator in our room was off. In summary, the location is good but the quality of the room really lets it down so that would stop us staying there again I'm afraid.
The hotel staff were very friendly and polite at all times, we asked for extra pillows and we had them in a matter of minutes.
We arrived late in the evening and were still able to eat in the restaurant, overall i would recommend this hotel if you are ever in that area and i wouldn't hesitate in staying there again.
Room was far too small, only room for 1 bedside cabinet and insufficient lighting.
Value for Money
Stayed here after a work Christmas night out.
Small and fairly basic single room but good value at £60 on a night when city centre hotels were charging £200 and upwards for a standard double room. Less £10 each way for a a Taxi int central Manchester so I was well up on the deal, and free car parking is a further bonus for a Mancchester Hotel.