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50 Newton Street, Manchester City Center, Manchester, M1 2EA – Show map
|Bed in 10-Bed Female Dormitory Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Bed in 4-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Twin Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Bed in 8-Bed Male Dormitory Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Bed in 6-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Single Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Bed in 8-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Bed in 10-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room with Shared Bathroom|
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Pool Table, Darts, Game Room
Free! Wireless Internet Hotspot is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs GBP 5.50 per day.
Vending Machine (snacks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Business Center, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
Italian, Spanish, English
2:00 PM - 12:00 AM
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children cannot be accommodated at the hotel.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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In the trendy Northern Quarter, this hostel offers budget rooms and dorms, a shared kitchen and a central location convenient for shopping, nightlife and Manchester's attractions.
Score from 453 reviews Good
Next to Piccadilly Gardens in central Manchester, this hotel features 2 restaurants and a health club with a swimming pool and a hot tub. Manchester Piccadilly Station is just a 10-minute walk away.
Score from 2728 reviews Review score
In a tree-lined suburb, this college and conference venue has free Wi-Fi, good breakfasts and free parking, in 2 acres of landscaped grounds. Central Manchester is 2 miles away.
Score from 906 reviews Good
Nestled one mile from central Manchester and the Etihad Stadium, ibis budget Manchester Centre Pollard Street has modern accommodations with free Wi-Fi, a snack bar, and 24-hour front desk.
Score from 1863 reviews Good
Good free breakfast Clean and comfortable rooms Decent social aspect Amazing location
Nothing really that note worthy.
Mattress were good for sleep. location is ideal near railway station.
My credit card was checked by reception staff physically though i paid the money by other means. my argue was that why they are checking my details of card. But they insisted that it is because rules???. washrooms were not having water at 5th floor.
Good location, near Northern Quarter. Good clean rooms, comfy beds (in our twin anyway). Friendly staff and overall good value.
There's no lift for customers and we were on the 5th floor. This was great exercise, but not so good for people with less mobility than we had. Would be worth specifying in advance if you struggle with too much of a stair climb. Showers were on the cold side but bearable.
Old toilet facilities, and not enough of them.
Being solo I enjoyed the night out with the other guest and the price of my stay allowed me extra cash to really enjoy my weekend
Was there for the united match which was my only downside for the weekend
Really helpful staff, a great atmosphere I loved the setup downstairs and in the leisure areas. Free coffee kept me going through the nights :D
Having to stop playing twister at 4 because closing the kitchen (though it is understandable)
no me gustó NADA
I was enforced to sleep with drank men who were speaking at 4 o’clock in the morning and then they were snoring heavily until 11 o’clock in the morning. I could not sleep. The bed was uncomfortable, the bathroom has not toilet paper and it is old. Too many beds in a small room. Dirty kitchen. The worst hostel I have ever been.
.Cheap, convenient, nice location. Best place for single adults.
A place to sleep for cheap. The night I stayed they happened to have a free dinner, which was okay. The hostel itself was big, so it could accommodate a lot of people. They have a big TV room and a kitchen available for residents to use.
My 10-person female dorm was jam-packed with beds and stuff. I think because the hostel is only £12/night, a lot of people use it for multiple nights, so it's almost as if they moved in with big bags. The doors don't shut quietly and the floors are wooden, so sound travels easily.
Staff are welcoming and friendly. breakfast not bad, good location. Great value of money
The shower is cold!! This outweigh all its merits.
The location was close to the city centre, and It was dirt cheap for being in the centre of Manchester. I paid £21 on a Friday night, can't get ant better then that!
Push button showers, with almost see through glass and no private changing area. My room was opposite a pub, so had to sleep with my head phones in as it was very loud outside (this may be different through the week though).
Good price, located within easy reach of everything I needed, free breakfast (if nothing exciting), well kept, decent place all around.
Lift was maintenance only and lots of stairs, communal changing area for the showers (individual cubicles though) and maybe slightly hard beds but not bad.
Free coffee Reasonable breakfast included Location is great! Nice buzz Events every night Good price Free Wifi in communal areas
Social hangout-area is also one of the few places with free Wifi - meaning that people will usually just stick their head to their iPhone/computer rather than engage in conversation with strangers.
Hatters Manchester is a nice place to stay for solo travelers it's in the heart of Manchester and 5 min walk from piccadelly train station and 3 min walk from bus and metrolink stations, also the staff is friendly and kind you can ask whatever you wish they guide you, the internet is good in the fist 3 floors, the kitchen is open all the day and free tea and coffee available all the day plus the free breakfast in the morning its a 8.5/10 place the price alsi is an important part there very suitable for budget limited people. Abdou_Annaba_Algeria
the quality of beds is poor
Loved all of my experience. Met amazing people. Staff very understanding. Best time ever
A very grumpy man Tuesday night shift. No smiles or even caring . I understand it's hard but felt bad for being there.
The common room, and te general friendly, homey vibe.
Dormmate was a heavy snorer, but that's no fault of hatters.
Internet wifi, bathrooms, no plugs in the dorm.
Having to climb five flights of stairs because the lift was not insured for guests
Dirty, noisy, old
Just exactly what I asked for when I decided to book a bed here: comfortable rest, good location, a great breakfast included in the price and plenty of services (wifi, lounge, books, different activities organized by the staff itself...).
Perhaps a curfew should be established: noisy bedroom-neighbors can ruin your sleep!
NOTHING.Fortunatelly only a sat night.I felt like i was deceived because this accommodation had a much better image to Internet.The reality was very miserable.I was angry and i felt offended by the ownership because by offering such a room and shower and toilets condition does not respect their customers.IT IS the first time i go to a accomodation just went out and starting looking for another.I had found another accomodation - it was a very nice hotel -but going back to Hatters to ask my money back and live i thought that i will not refund my money so i decided not to be exposed in another hussle. I thought it is only one day to stay there so it will be pass quickly.I need to stay one day more in Manchester so the next day i stayed in a very nice and pleasant hotel with a wonderful room, perfect conditions in shower and toilets ,exactly in the same street the railway station Piccadilly was and it cost 7 pounds less per night than Hatters.Trully with the same cost of Hatters someone can have a wonderful accommodation in another place.
A very severe odor of urine outside of my room-the next door was the toilets of the men-.I did inhale so much urine smell, when i went out to the city i was feeling a strong smell of urine inside me.The womens showers and toilets were in another floor of mine.I must to transverse all this distance wrapped in a towel to go in the shower The showers were all together so it was not possible to be locked so i had nowhere to leave the towel and my underwear and the plastic card-key of my room.The shower had not taps to regulate the water temperature There was not a washbasin in the room so for those times i need water i had to go up and down the floor. The toilets were extremely dirty-the toilet paper was thrown around because the basket was full.The room was so miserable it was not renovated.If i describe all the misserable details of the room i must write 1 hour.The only positive thing in the room was that the bed was clean. I stop here because if i describe all the bad details of this accommodation i must write here for hours.
good location friendly staff free WIFI
dirty rooms dirty WC and showers berakfast is a joke: only some cheap cornflakes too many beds in a small area
poor facilities and not comfortable at all
bed room comfy, large downstairs dining/living room, upstairs tv room and upstairs kitchen- staff all helpful- I liked the old touches - the ancient loos (in one bathroom- rest are modern) and the old lift feature, - I have already recommended this place and will stay in the others in Birmingham and Liverpool,
I am lactose/ gluten/soya intolerant- so did not avail of the breakfast- I brought my own-you don't have to have 'free from ' food on menu all the time- BUT could keep some packets of rice milk and gluten free cereals and bread on hand to open as needed for people like me- Many more people need these foods these days and they are not that dear- that would certainly b a selling point for hostel- OK I got the stuff I needed from Tesco round the corner, still would have been nice to have free from foods provided by hostel( I know they are pricier- but available to those who asked for them- they needn't be on the counter every day ) also maybe stock up on free maps on Manchester
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