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75% would recommend it to a friend
Victoria Warehouse Hotel
Caveat - the hotel is going under some renovation currently, so I appreciate concessions have to be made.
This hotel has LOADS of as yet (in my humble opinion) unfulfilled potential. The location is great - a 5 minute cab from Deansgate or a walk to Media City, the building (an old renovated warehouse) is unique and lends itself to what (it looks like) the owners are trying to achieve. an affordable, boutique hotel with an identity reflective of Manchester. Perhaps the proximity to previous 'Warehouse Projects' has taken its toll on the rooms, but my deluxe option was outside of what could pass as shabby chic, that said, it was spotlessly clean. I had what was one of the worst breakfasts I've personally ever experienced ... no eggs, none, not even cold boiled ones, but if you're into cornflakes and croissants you're onto a winner. The biggest plus for me, were the staff. Everyone I interacted with over a two day stay was SUPER helpful and a credit to the organisation - far better than many more supposedly salubrious locations I've stayed in. So all in all, it was plusses and minuses, I'd definitely stay again, however, I would expect improvements.
Victoria Warehouse Hotel
Amazing hotel, very chic and very cool.
My single room was extremely basic, single bed, en suite bathroom and no windows......absolutely perfect for my needs while I was there. It's the second time I've stayed in a hotel with no windows and I slept like a log. All of the staff were absolutely amazing, everyone was so friendly, helpful and very welcoming. Only thing I would have improved is.....nothing :-)
Quirky hotel without windows
I booked this for the location and the cost at £55 was a bonus.
However I was unprepared for what the room would be like. It was tiny and had no window or natural light. It felt a bit like a prison cell, but I think they have a right to light. The service was excellent but this is an old warehouse with rooms in it. You might like it but I was pleased to leave!
It was a warm night but the room was stifling, no windows and the noisy air conditioning had little effect, you could not open the windows in the external corridor so there was no relief.
It was an uncomfortable night and a room without a window was gloomy and claustrophobic.
Victoria Warehouse Hotel
Funky hotel, very friendly, great service.
This warehouse hotel is different to the norm and well worth the effort.
The space is well utilised with the main reception / bar area fantastic.
Loads of character, fascinating staying in an old warehouse; helpful staff; a good nights sleep
Quite apprehensive about staying as I could not work out from the internet what the place was like as a lady travelling on my own I did not like seeing that they were hosting a 'Sexhibition' had I booked myself into a brothel.
Also realised I had booked room without a window, but I was able to change this , I needn't have worried, helpful staff, loads of character, lots of atmosphere of the old warehouse which helped you connect with how Manchester grew to be a city.
Great alternative venue to the conventional Travel lodge or Premier Inn.
Friendly and welcoming staff upon arrival. Public areas were well styled and kept up with the post industrial vibe. I was aware that the room was two single beds but I assumed these beds were in separate rooms which wasn't the case. Very basic in terms of creature comforts in the sense that weren't any, aside from a TV. The reclaimed style of the room was fair enough but a window would have been nice (although I was aware that this could be the case before purchasing the room). Breakfast was pleasant and relaxing. A good lasting impression on a brief stay in Manchester but perhaps fully consulting on what the room would look like because the rooms can appear very cell-like. Bar is a tad overpriced. Great otherwise!
The hotel is what is expected from the pictures, at first we were a bit sceptical about the no window in the room however it didn't make a difference to us we noticed.
We thought the room was slightly overpriced for all 3 of us as there was some features lacking such as the lock on the bathroom door didn't work, and the bathroom flooded when showering. We were placed in a disabled 3 bed room after we were checked in to just a double bed room even though we payed for 3 people to stay, this was changed immediately though upon mentioning at reception which was brilliant. However being in the disabled room on the ground floor in the main corridor, we heard lots of noise from staff working and chatting with banging in an opposite room where work was going on, this was the only disappointment of the trip being woke up repeatedly in the morning. There was lots of choice for a continental breakfast and was very impressed. Overall we all had a great stay.