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Holiday Inn Manchester West
Liverpool St
Manchester M5 4LT

Copthorne Hotel Manchester
Clippers Quay, Salford Quays
Salford, M50 3SN

Worsley Park Marriott Hotel And Country Club
Walkden Road
Worsley, M28 2QT

Campanile Manchester
55 Ordsall Lane Regent Road
Salford, M5 4RS

Manchester Marriott Victoria And Albert Hotel
Water Street
Manchester, M3 4JQ

Hilton Manchester Deansgate
303 Deansgate
Manchester, M3 4LQ

Stay Inn
55 Blackfriars Road
Salford, M3 7DB

Jurys Inn Manchester
56 Great Bridgewater Street
Manchester, M1 5LE

Radisson Edwardian Manchester
Free Trade Hall Peter Street
Manchester, M2 5GP

The Midland Manchester - A Q Hotel
Peter Street
Manchester, M60 2DS

Renaissance Manchester
Blackfriars Street
Manchester, M3 2EQ

The Palace Hotel
Oxford Street
Manchester, M60 7HA

Arora International Manchester
18-24 Princess Street
Manchester, M1 4LY

Macdonald Townhouse Manchester
101 Portland Street
Manchester, M1 6DF

Britannia Hotel Manchester
35 Portland Street
Manchester, M1 3LA

Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel
Piccadilly Plaza Portland St
Manchester, M60 7JR

Days Hotel Manchester City
Weston Hall Of Residence
Manchester, M1 3BB

Britannia Sachas Hotel
Tib Street
Manchester, M4 ISH

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About Trafford Centre

The Trafford Centre is open 9:00 a.m.--9:00 p.m. on Saturdays for the convenience of shoppers with busy Saturdays. It is open 10:00-10:00 Monday through Friday as well, and Sundays 12:00-6:00 p.m.

Gear up for the shopping marathon at the new LavAzza. Over a century in the coffee business, LavAzza can serve up just what shoppers need to get going. There are many on-the-go places to grab a nosh and a good selection of sit-down restaurants for a longer pause.

The anchor stores are loaded with merchandise for any kind of shopping and with a huge variety of goods. Debenhams and John Lewis are at the ends of The Trafford Centre and Selfridges is in middle. Multiple shopping needs are covered all through the mall with Bhs on the Debenham's side and Marks & Spencer beside John Lewis.

Are the kids along? No problem with ice skating on the lower level and the LEGO Discovery Centre in the complex. The wide variety of kids' clothing stores make it easy to find what you need and then let them have fun. Hours of entertainment are possible and probable between these two life savers and the Creche and Play Area so that you can get it all done while you have the time. The Namco Station on the ground level is a gaming haven for various ages.

There are quite a few specialty stores in the Trafford Centre for a change of pace. Smaller and more focused on specific merchandise, these shops are little getaways for more leisurely browsing. Clothing, shoes, jewelry and phones are just a few items found in these stores.

If the large size of the Trafford Centre seems overwhelming, think of it as a ship with the Orient Food Hall the prow, or front. It is in the middle and the stores are on each side. It was designed just so as homage to the nearby Manchester Ship Canal and opened in 1998. The liberal use of marble and granite, along with gold leaf accents, reflects the high dollar amount spent on decor. The Great Hall claims to have the largest chandelier in the world, and it appears to be so. With about 280 stores, it is the retail centre of the northwest.

When everyone is worn out and verging on cranky, rest up in the Odeon multi-plex cinema and recharge. This is also a way to let the kids wind down and peaceably agree to return home in the evening. Laser Quest is your secret weapon for good behaviour on the next trip.

If you get to shop sans children, end the evening at one of the more adult-oriented restaurants like Rice Flamebar and Grill for an around-the-world menu of Jamaican, Indonesian, and Japanese dishes. After dinner, cocktails are the bonus round.

Don't forget the "beautifying" places like L'Occitane and The Body Shop for whole body care. Dr & Herbs might have the herbs that resolve whatever ails you, not to mention acupuncture.