P&O New Islington APARTMENT B - Manchester

Manchester Manchester M4, 2 MUNDAY STREET

Luxury

reference Number: MAN-1B-2P

40living space 1nº of rooms 4for persons 0single beds 2double beds

Price per day from :

119EUR

 
  • 119EUR per day

Price per week from :

828EUR

 
  • 119EUR per day

Price per 28 days from :

2957EUR

 
  • 106EUR per day

Minimum booking in chosen period is 14 days.

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Luxury Penthouse Apartment Manchester City Centre - Corporate Accommodation

The STUDIO Apartment:

The open plan kitchen / lounge is cosy and very bright with huge panoramic floor to ceiling windows. A 50 inch Smart TV with complimentary Netflix which you can enjoy to the full. Enjoy uninterrupted streaming and internet use with Ultrafast Hyperoptic broadband. Lounge out on the large sofa or chill in the extra lounge chair. The sofa also converts into a comfy double sofa bed if required.

The kitchen has an undercounter oven with induction hob and a recirculating extractor fan. You will also find a kettle, Nespresso machine, toaster, refrigerator, freezer, pans, dishes, mugs, glasses etc.

There is a beautifully decorated master bedroom, with sumptuous bedding and gorgeous pillows. You will find USB charging facilities at the bedside. There is a wardrobe with hangers available. Wake up and enjoy beautiful views from the floor to ceiling windows overlooking Manchester and views stretching as far as Lancashire.

The apartment is less than 1 minute walk to the nearest Metrolink offering access to all of Manchester. There is no onsite parking but less than 1 minutes walk parking is available from SiP for only £6 per 24hrs (£6.40 if paid for using mobile phone).

The apartment is monitored by 24hr security staff and is fully gated. CCTV covers the whole development and access is via keyfob.

Less than 10minutes walk there is the supermarket ALDI and only a few minutes on the Metrolink you can find ASDA or even the Arndale centre for fresh produce.

The apartment is situated in a friendly residential complex and out of respect for our neighbours we have a strict ban on parties and excessive noise. Any breach of this policy will result in immediate eviction and a £150 fine. 

The apartment is in Core 2 on the 8th floor.

 

4 guests – 1 bed, 1 sofa bed – 1 bathroom

 

 

Facilities:

 

  • Double bed
  • Double sofa bed
  • Large screen smart tv
  • Netflix
  • Iron
  • Ironing board
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Refrigerator
  • Freezer
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Coffee maker
  • Hairdryer
  • Full length mirror
  • Basic toiletries
  • First aid kit
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Hot water
  • Heating
  • Clothes dryer
  • Walk in shower
  • Views stretching as far as Lancashire
  • Ultrafast broadband
  • Wardrobe with hangers
  • Dinnerware 
  • Cookware & utensils
  • Lift
  • Paid parking off premises
  • Less than a 1 minute walk to Metrolink station

Next door to Ancoats and still only minutes away from Manchester city centre, New Islington is a visionary scheme to develop not just a place to live but a real and vibrant community . The apartment is next to a tramstop which will take you to anywhere in the city within minutes.

Located near to the northern quarter but directly outside is a tram stop (ne Islington) which will take you anywhere in the city quickly. The property benefits from a secure underground parking space.

Located in a great newly developed area called New Islington next to the famous Manchester Canal and walking distance to the Best area in Manchester The Northern Quarter!

As the commercial and cultural capital of Lancashire, Manchester is a noted center for the arts, media, and higher education. Together with Salford and eight other municipalities it forms the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester, in which some 3 million people now live.

Like Liverpool, Manchester has undergone something of a modern day Renaissance with the introduction of initiatives such as the wide-ranging Castlefield project with its museum complex on Liverpool Road. The extension of the city's entertainment and sports facilities has considerably enhanced its attractiveness for tourists, and the city center has undergone extensive redevelopment. It has also become a favorite for shopping. An enormous range of retail opportunities including the elegant shops of St Anne's Square, King Street and Royal Exchange, and the large covered market halls of Bolton Arcade.

 

1 Castlefield

Castlefield
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Designated an "Urban Heritage Park", Castlefield lies to the west of Deansgate Station and is an excellent place to begin exploring this great city. A walk among the lovingly restored Victorian houses, along the old canals or through the reconstructed Roman Fort is time well spent. Be sure to explore the Bridgewater Canal, constructed in 1761 to transport coal from the mines at Worsley to Manchester, and the many old warehouses that have been restored and turned into offices, shops, hotels and restaurants. (A trip on one of the Bridgewater tour boats is highly recommended.)

Other interesting attractions include the Castlefield Art Gallery with its exhibitions of contemporary art, and the Bridgewater Hall, home to the Hallé Orchestra and first-class concerts.

Location: Castlefield, Manchester

2 Museum of Science and Industry

Museum of Science and Industry
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The Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) is located on the site of the world's oldest railroad station. Its 12 galleries include the Power Hall with its water and steam-driven machines from the golden age of the textile industry, as well as vintage made-in-Manchester cars such as a 1904 Rolls Royce.

The history of the city from Roman times through the Industrial Revolution to the present day is documented in the Station Building. The Air and Space Gallery is another must-see and is home to numerous historic aircraft, including a replica of Triplane 1 by A. V. Roe, the first British plane to successfully fly.

Location: Liverpool Rd, Castlefield, Manchester

3 Manchester Cathedral

Manchester Cathedral
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On the banks of the Irwell, Manchester Cathedral dates mostly from 1422 to 1506 and was raised to cathedral status in 1847. The chapels on both sides of the nave and choir were built between 1486 and 1508, with further additions and alterations in almost every subsequent century. Particularly notable are the choir-stalls, with some of the most richly decorated misericords in the country. St John's Chapel is the chapel of the Manchester Regiment, and the little Lady Chapel has a wooden screen dating from 1440. The octagonal chapterhouse, built in 1465, has murals that include a figure of Christ in modern dress.

Location: Victoria St, Manchester

4 Chetham's Hospital and Library

Chetham's Hospital and Library
Chetham's Hospital and Library Diane Griffiths
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Chetham's Hospital, just north of Manchester Cathedral, dates in part from 1422. Originally a residence for priests, it's now home to a music school and one of the oldest public libraries in England (in continuous use since 1653). Of the more than 100,000 books, more than half were printed before 1850. Chetham's is famous as the meeting place of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, during Marx's visit to Manchester.

Other libraries of note are the Manchester Central Library next door to the Town Hall, and the Portico Library. The latter houses the literary collection of Dalton and Joule, founders of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society.

Location: Long Millgate, Manchester

5 Manchester Town Hall

Manchester Town Hall
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The imposing facade of the neo-Gothic Town Hall (1877) graces pedestrianized Albert Square, and the tower offers excellent panoramic views of the city. Inside, the Council Chamber merits special attention, along with the cycle of Fort Madox Brown paintings that depict the history of the city. While there, visit the Free Trade Hall, opened in 1951.

The centrally situated Great Manchester Exhibition Centre, one of the largest such sites in England, hosts many musical performances throughout the year. It is unique in that it was built amidst the former Victorian railroad station on Windmill Street,.

Location: Albert Square, Manchester

6 Manchester Art Gallery

Manchester Art Gallery
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The Manchester Art Gallery possesses one of the largest collections in Britain outside London. The gallery includes works by the pre-Raphaelites, Flemish masters of the 17th century, French impressionists (Gauguin, Manet, Monet) and German artists (Max Ernst). There are pieces from almost every well-known English artist including Stubbs, Constable and Turner. The sculpture collection includes works by Rodin, Maillol, Jacob Epstein and Henry Moore.

For more arts and culture sightseeing, check out Cornerhouse, Manchester's international center for contemporary visual arts and independent film located at 70 Oxford Street.

Location: Mosley St & Princess St, Manchester

7 Chinatown

Chinatown
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The colorful home of one of the largest Chinese communities in Britain, Chinatown is only a stone's throw from the Manchester Art Gallery. The richly decorated arched gateway leading into the district is especially striking. Many shops and restaurants offering a wide range of culinary delicacies from Hong Kong and Beijing have become established in this quarter. Chinese handicrafts can be found at the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Art.

Location: Boyle St, Cheetham, Manchester

Official site: www.cfcca.org.uk

8 People's History Museum

People's History Museum
People's History Museum Megan Eaves
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The People's History Museum is the national center for the collection, conservation, interpretation and study of material relating to the history of working people in Britain.

Two other museums close by are the Manchester Jewish Museum with its collection dealing with the city's Jewish community, and the Museum of Transport with its 60 old buses and other vehicles belonging to the city transport services.

Location: Boyle St, Cheetham, Manchester

Official site: www.gmts.co.uk

9 Heaton Park

Heaton Park
Heaton Park
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Covering some 600 acres, Heaton Park is the biggest park in Greater Manchester and one of the largest municipal parks in Europe. Heaton Hall, built in 1772, is located in the very heart of the park and although not currently open to the public remains an impressive sight. The park has been extensively restored and retains many of its original buildings and vistas.

Sports enthusiasts will enjoy its 18-hole golf course, driving range, mini putt and tennis courts. Families can explore the boating lake, animal farm, woodlands, ornamental gardens, observatory, adventure playground and volunteer-run tramway and museum.

Location: Mosley St, Manchester

 

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