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Radisson Blu Edwardian, Manchester

Free Trade Hall, Peter Street, Manchester M2 5GP, UK
Radisson Blu Edwardian Review
5 Star Rating
10 November 2014Radisson Blu Edwardian
Tags: Manchester, UK, City reviewsThe Bill: £238 per night

The Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester is a hub of history in the heart of this 21st century city. The entrance nestled behind meandering archways is subtle and unassuming, the architecture is stunning and a second is needed to take it all in, at first sight you wouldn't know you have arrived at a thriving bustling hotel, as from the road this hotel holds the appearance of its former Free Trade Hall.

Once inside a modern welcoming lobby awaits with a beautifully scented aroma that beckons you to delve inside. Our check-in is swift and staff are welcoming. Scanning around the entrance area I notice the sumptuous shades of chocolate and beige that adorn the soft furnishings. I notice to my right a deep seductive looking bar area with subdued lighting and across the staircase a more accessible daytime bar serving fabulous cocktails, wine and champagne.

"The Radisson is the perfect place to stay when visiting Manchester."

A lift takes me up where a spacious room awaits, the decor compliments that of the lobby, tones of chocolate, beige and honey, I feel the colour choices are classic and extravagant without being pretentious. A tan leather headrest adds a feel of luxury and sits behind an extra large king size bed. The pillows are large and comfortable, just firm enough to offer support but soft enough to offer comfort. The bedroom boasts a Bang & Olufsen television and complimentary internet comes as standard.

The bathroom is complete with a separate walk-in shower and bath is comfortable and practical, slate tiled walls and a large vanity area surrounding the sink provides ample space for grooming. The room has ample mirrors perfect for applying beauty products and also ones that give a full length view to keep the most vain of travelers content.

The traditional feel of this hotel means that it naturally attracts a more sophisticated traveller and not once on my visit did I stumble upon any hen or stag parties. It is an ideal place to romance and be romanced, a perfect place to do business and a fabulous place to indulge. The corridors of the hotel are peaceful and clean and the nights sleep was perfect. The air conditioning unit struck the perfect temperature balance so we were neither too hot or too cold.

The Radisson Blu Edwardian hosts a health and fitness area, which is large with an unlimited supply of towels, water and fruit, it is home to every piece of fitness equipment you would require for a fantastic workout. A swimming pool, complete with Jacuzzi. The hotel also boasts a Spa which offers a variety of pampering treatments.

This elegant hotel is steps away from Manchester GMEX centre and a 5 minute walk into the town centre. Ideally located with an air of luxury, the Radisson Edwardian is the perfect place to stay when visiting Manchester.

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