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Welcome to Holiday Inn Manchester Central Park

Address: 888 Oldham Road, Manchester, M40 2BS

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Just 1.4 miles from Manchester city centre, Holiday Inn Manchester Central Park offers free private parking and free Wi-Fi. It is located 200 yards from the Central Park Metrolink and the Sportcity complex. City of Manchester Stadium, the velodrome, and the National Squash Centre are a 20-minute walk away. The large en suite bedrooms at Manchester Central Park feature super king-size beds, satellite TV, and tea/coffee making facilities. Holiday Inn Manchester’s 888 Restaurant serves a good range of international and local dishes, while the bar offers a snack menu. Guests can also enjoy in the bar main sport events on Sky Sports channels. The friendly Holiday Inn Manchester Central Park is a 5-minute metro ride or drive from MEN Arena. The nearby Metrolink stop is just is 2 stops from Manchester Victoria Station.

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Manchester City Football Club - Football Club

Manchester City Football Club - Football Club

Distance 1.1 miles (1.77 km)
The famous name of Manchester City has been in existence since 1894 - when their predecessors Ardwick went into bankruptcy. They then played at Hyde Road but in 1923 they would move to Maine Road, the scene of many triumphs and disappointments. City have won two titles - the second coming in 1968 in the midst of their most successful era, under Joe Mercer, when they won the FA Cup, League Cup and Cup-Winners' Cup as well as the championship in a glorious three-year period. Fast Fact: Bert Trautmann, a former World War Two German POW, led City to a 3-1 win against Birmingham City in the 1956 FA Cup Final and played with a broken neck! Fast Fact: City's John Burridge is the oldest player to appear in the Premiership. He played in goal for Man City in their 3-2 loss to QPR in May 1995 aged 43 years and 5 months.