Copthorne Hotel Manchester
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCopthorne Hotel Manchester Salford
Hotel as a whole was fine- great location for quick access to airport etc but has no air con whatsoever!!ended up using a wet towel as a blanket and the windows (even all four of them open) provided no relief. Hotel would be great in the winter but not so comfortable on one of the hottest weekends on record!
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