Holiday Inn opens conference hotel in Manchester

New four-star conference hotel, Holiday Inn Manchester City Centre, has opened in the Piccadilly area.

Holiday Inn Manchester City Centre
Holiday Inn Manchester City Centre

The 298-room hotel features 12 meeting rooms and an outdoor terrace overlooking the canal, all of which can be used for a range of events. The property can cater for drinks receptions and dinners for up to 140 delegates, as well as smaller board meetings.

Each of the meeting rooms is equipped with the latest technologies including Bose sound system and Barco ClickShare wireless presentation. The hotel also has high-speed wi-fi throughout, user-friendly touch panels and breakout space.

The hotel’s 298 rooms include two penthouse suites with views across the city. It also has a restaurant and bar and is located close to the vibrant Northern Quarter of Manchester with a range of shopping options and tourist attractions.

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