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Manchester City Centre Travelodge Piccadilly / Central (near shops) / Deansgate / Arena £19.99 many nights until May
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Manchester City Centre Travelodge Piccadilly / Central (near shops) / Deansgate / Arena £19.99 many nights until May

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Posted 30th Jan

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This is using code 20OFF. Tcb/Quidco too.

Spotted many Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays at Piccadilly, Manchester Central and Manchester Arena Travelodges. I think others too like Ancoats (actually in the Northern Quarter). Many February half term and Easter dates available.

Piccadilly is right on Piccadilly Gardens above Morrisons, 5 mins walk from Piccadilly Station, one minute from world's 2nd biggest Primark and seconds from the Northern Quarter. "Manchester Central", which is on Blackfriars close to Harvey Nichols and that end of Deansgate, very close to the Arndale, arena and most shops.

For example, Thursday 9th April (before Good Friday) and Easter Monday 13 April are £19.99 each in Manchester Piccadilly.
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myohmysweet30/01/2020 06:31

Awful area. Full of spice addicts off their heads, aggressive begging and …Awful area. Full of spice addicts off their heads, aggressive begging and drug dealing gangs.Looks a lot like Calais on a bad day. I don’t understand why the police or the council haven’t done anything about it, as it’s the first area most tourist will see.


So just like every town/city centre everywhere
Awful area. Full of spice addicts off their heads, aggressive begging and drug dealing gangs.
Looks a lot like Calais on a bad day. I don’t understand why the police or the council haven’t done anything about it, as it’s the first area most tourist will see.
People would voluntarily stay in Piccadilly Gardens?
mg199530/01/2020 06:19

People would voluntarily stay in Piccadilly Gardens?


Perfect, if you a fan of the Walking Dead, Highly recommend the Wetherspoons or Piccadilly Tavern for 'people' watching
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Any Manchester United Travelodges?
Gollywood30/01/2020 02:03

Any Manchester United Travelodges?


Nearest is Salford Quays which is about 10-15 min walk away and is cheap on many nights. Or stay in a city centre one and get the tram or train to the ground. Or stay at the Trafford Centre one.
People would voluntarily stay in Piccadilly Gardens?
Awful area. Full of spice addicts off their heads, aggressive begging and drug dealing gangs.
Looks a lot like Calais on a bad day. I don’t understand why the police or the council haven’t done anything about it, as it’s the first area most tourist will see.
@OwlEye not knocking your deal as there is no cheaper alternative.

I hate been a negative Nelly but wanted to give my feedback on the hotel itself.

I stayed in the Arena Travelodge in December on a deal slightly cheaper deal than this £18 which was posted on here and I wasn’t really impressed.

You need to factor in the £12 parking charge if you are taking a car on top.

The room was small, you could here all the traffic going past and it was loud, it was so loud I thought they had left a window open when we first entered. Alsothere were a couple of stray hairs in the bathroom which made me question the cleanliness too.
mg199530/01/2020 06:19

People would voluntarily stay in Piccadilly Gardens?


I'd never choose to stay anywhere near Piccadilly Gardens either. Soul destroying see many homeless people begging and on drugs
normal30/01/2020 08:01

I'd never choose to stay anywhere near Piccadilly Gardens either. Soul …I'd never choose to stay anywhere near Piccadilly Gardens either. Soul destroying see many homeless people begging and on drugs


Funnily enough, you sent this message the moment I walked past that Travelodge
myohmysweet30/01/2020 06:31

Awful area. Full of spice addicts off their heads, aggressive begging and …Awful area. Full of spice addicts off their heads, aggressive begging and drug dealing gangs.Looks a lot like Calais on a bad day. I don’t understand why the police or the council haven’t done anything about it, as it’s the first area most tourist will see.


So just like every town/city centre everywhere
As cheap as getting a taxi home for me. HOT.

Not sure you will get cashback with a code too, it normally invalidates the claim.
mg199530/01/2020 06:19

People would voluntarily stay in Piccadilly Gardens?


Perfect, if you a fan of the Walking Dead, Highly recommend the Wetherspoons or Piccadilly Tavern for 'people' watching
Often stay in the travellodge near deansgate....which is the central one I think

Great location as it's a couple of minutes walk to the shopping centre etc

Parking used to be free but it's got a camera there now...a tenner for 24 hours I think....small so first come first served basis ...best to try and get a spot about 2 ish ..when people have to check out


Machine was broke last time so got 2 days free

...slightly offset by the fine I got for being in a bus lane 👎
Madferrit
I’m going for a gig so will de me fine £ 20 for the 2 of us
Thanks very much ,have some heat
I'd rather swim in my own urine than go withing a mile of Piccadilly gardens . Sess pit of Manchester .
If you have a car probably better off in the Premier inn at Printworks/Arena as parking in the NCP next door to the hotel is £5 for 24 hours (if staying at the Prem inn). Travelodge in spice gardens doesn’t have parking
Edited by: "ryeallen" 30th Jan
Good deal but wouldn't stay anywhere near Piccadilly Gardens its quite dangerous
Booked premier Inn on deansgate for £29.50 and personally think it's a better location and a better hotel and £5 a night parking secure too.This aint to be sniffed at though.Hot from me
Edited by: "muckspreader1" 30th Jan
to be honest the 3 times i've stayed in central near deansgate during the week i've always paid 29 quid
Nerchio130/01/2020 08:26

So just like every town/city centre everywhere


I used to live in Manchester, always found it quite interesting that locals used to defend any criticism by saying some variation of this. Other cities in the UK have similar problems, but in Manchester, it's particularly visible.
As someone who walks through Piccadilly Monday - Friday every single week for the past 5 years, avoid at all costs. Wasn’t too bad until around 3 years ago where you just had homeless people selling poems next to the atm machines, but now it’s just full of spice heads on the floor and the benches, and whatever you do don’t go near the back street behind the Morrison’s you’ll be scarred for life at the 20+ strong gang of zombies. Other than that
What are peoples thoughts on Lower Mosley Street area? It's not too far from Picadilly Gardens so I'm a bit worried now.
Fagol30/01/2020 12:35

What are peoples thoughts on Lower Mosley Street area? It's not too far …What are peoples thoughts on Lower Mosley Street area? It's not too far from Picadilly Gardens so I'm a bit worried now.


No problem at all in that area.
Stayed there many a time.
Good location for eateries and bars,also handy for the tram.
Nerchio130/01/2020 08:26

So just like every town/city centre everywhere


Piccadilly Gardens is the worst I've ever seen. I move a lot, but never regularly seen (i.e. most days) one or more of the following:

- Knives pulled
- Drunks passed out on tram tracks
- Bloodied faces of druggies following another fight
- Bomb threat evacuations
- Druggies shooting up in the middle of the day

All of those in Piccadilly Gardens specifically.
mg199530/01/2020 17:04

Piccadilly Gardens is the worst I've ever seen. I move a lot, but never …Piccadilly Gardens is the worst I've ever seen. I move a lot, but never regularly seen (i.e. most days) one or more of the following:- Knives pulled- Drunks passed out on tram tracks- Bloodied faces of druggies following another fight- Bomb threat evacuations- Druggies shooting up in the middle of the dayAll of those in Piccadilly Gardens specifically.


Atleast one of them happened today when I went for lunch. Its frequently a topic of conversation in the office. I'm only their temporarily, and it's sad to see the issues so frequently.
I was a student in Manchester in the early 90s.

My first year I spent in Didsbury, it was rather nice out there.
My second year I found a flat opposite Piccadilly station...mental, it was like a Ghetto,.with loads of visible prostitution, and drugs and dealers

Wouldnt venture through Piccadilly Gardens after dark back then either... It does seem to be the place for connesseuirs of whatever is the popular media drug of the time.... Or just loads of alcohol and heroin as there was back.then, and always seems to be.


Why Manchester let that place be like that I dunno....
Edited by: "DonkeyKonk" 30th Jan
freddyfender30/01/2020 10:11

Often stay in the travellodge near deansgate....which is the central one I …Often stay in the travellodge near deansgate....which is the central one I think Great location as it's a couple of minutes walk to the shopping centre etcParking used to be free but it's got a camera there now...a tenner for 24 hours I think....small so first come first served basis ...best to try and get a spot about 2 ish ..when people have to check outMachine was broke last time so got 2 days free ...slightly offset by the fine I got for being in a bus lane 👎


I think you mean the Blackfriars one which indeed used to be free parking some years ago
Stayed in the Piccadilly Gardens Travelodge 2 weeks ago for the OH's birthday. Felt uncomfortable and unsafe the entire time, especially with security guards inside the doors (which were pretty much always locked) that didn't seem to be doing anything.
Got approached by 3 people in the 10 second walk between Morrison's and the hotel, as well as 2 people inside Morrison's.

Someone got stabbed there the first night, and we had to walk around the backstreets to get to Deansgste as the main route past the shops was cordoned off and swarming with police.

Used to love Manchester, but I can't see myself going again unless it's a necessity.
Edited by: "OliviaBailey" 30th Jan
Geezer0830/01/2020 10:55

I'd rather swim in my own urine than go withing a mile of Piccadilly …I'd rather swim in my own urine than go withing a mile of Piccadilly gardens . Sess pit of Manchester .


One mans trash is another mans treasure. Piccadilly Gardens is the real Manchester, it’s where dreams are made and lost. I enjoy humanity and this is where it is found.
Duckiermold_30/01/2020 12:35

As someone who walks through Piccadilly Monday - Friday every single week …As someone who walks through Piccadilly Monday - Friday every single week for the past 5 years, avoid at all costs. Wasn’t too bad until around 3 years ago where you just had homeless people selling poems next to the atm machines, but now it’s just full of spice heads on the floor and the benches, and whatever you do don’t go near the back street behind the Morrison’s you’ll be scarred for life at the 20+ strong gang of zombies. Other than that


Is it really this bad, such a shame, no wonder the rooms are so cheap around there.
Thank you for posting; we have added this thread to the Highlights pages
I live in Manchester. I avoid Piccadilly Gardens like the plague! Deansgate is ok but loads and loads of homeless beggars and spice heads at night. Basically, do come to Manchester but don’t wander around at night especially in the week when it’s quiet. Deansgate is a good place to stay when shopping. Don’t go to Picadillly. Ever!
What is a 'spice head'?
KittyKate30/01/2020 20:57

I live in Manchester. I avoid Piccadilly Gardens like the plague! …I live in Manchester. I avoid Piccadilly Gardens like the plague! Deansgate is ok but loads and loads of homeless beggars and spice heads at night. Basically, do come to Manchester but don’t wander around at night especially in the week when it’s quiet. Deansgate is a good place to stay when shopping. Don’t go to Picadillly. Ever!


Same here,have lived in Manchester all my life,and it makes me angry that the council have allowed the situation in Piccadilly Gardens to get so bad.I rarely shop in town now,I don't feel safe there anymore.
Staying at Premier Inn at Manchester Central West at Irwell Street for my daughters wedding at Canal Street for 3 nights just after Easter. With some of the comments on here, as this area ok to stay bearing in mind, we will have an 11 year old with us. TIA.
Meathotukdeals30/01/2020 21:40

What is a 'spice head'?


It's a really derogatory term for somebody who has a drug problem.
Apparently if you are really rich and can afford rehab at an exclusive retreat then you are a substance surviver.
bantamdave3330/01/2020 23:52

Staying at Premier Inn at Manchester Central West at Irwell Street for my …Staying at Premier Inn at Manchester Central West at Irwell Street for my daughters wedding at Canal Street for 3 nights just after Easter. With some of the comments on here, as this area ok to stay bearing in mind, we will have an 11 year old with us. TIA.


That area is fine.
A short stroll from Deansgate & Spinningfields.
Good location for bars and rstaurents too.
MisterSkinflint31/01/2020 07:01

It's a really derogatory term for somebody who has a drug …It's a really derogatory term for somebody who has a drug problem.Apparently if you are really rich and can afford rehab at an exclusive retreat then you are a substance surviver.


Do you (or anyone) know how the phrase came about? Sounds exotic! Meanwhile anyone else noticed a huge increase in marijuana use? I smell it almost every time I go out. Could it be cbd capers?
No wonder it's on here at this price. Been removed off our booking because people refuse to use this hotel
Meathotukdeals31/01/2020 12:09

Do you (or anyone) know how the phrase came about? Sounds exotic! …Do you (or anyone) know how the phrase came about? Sounds exotic! Meanwhile anyone else noticed a huge increase in marijuana use? I smell it almost every time I go out. Could it be cbd capers?


No I don't but spice being the chemical and all of users having heads may be a clue.
Like say..... Judgemental ignoramuses.
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