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Trafford Hall Hotel
23 Talbot Road
Old Trafford

Manchester
Greater Manchester

M16 0PE | View map

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In the shadow of the South Stand of Manchester United FC, a warm welcome and friendly environment awaits you. The location is ideal for the Trafford Centre, city centre, night life, MEN Arena, G-Mex and Apollo Theatre.

The Trafford Hall Hotel, now under new management as of 2nd May 2006, is situated a mere mile from Manchester city centre to which Trafford Bar metrolink station (50 yards away) offers regular, speedy access in 5 minutes and 10 minutes from the MEN Arena and 5 minutes from the G-Mex Centre. Ideally located for all sporting events, local attractions include Manchester United football stadium, Lancashire County Cricket Club, Manchester International Airport, Salford Quays, The Lowry Centre and Artworks, Imperial War Museum, Daytona Go-Karting and Sale Water Park. The city centre is only 5 minutes away and has many attractions such as 1st class shops, theatres and museums in addition to being probably the foremost commercial centre in the north of England.
Trafford Hall Hotel Is a totally smoking free hotel.

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