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Mon Jun 01, 2009 2:59 pm  

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[Gareth] wrote:
Can anyone recommend a luxury hotel in the north west region???

Which part of the region? Manchester, Chester, Liverpool...? I can think of loads.
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Mon Jun 01, 2009 3:05 pm  

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Vicki_w wrote:
Which part of the region? Manchester, Chester, Liverpool...? I can think of loads.


anywhere from south cheshire to the lakes really and im looking at 4 and 5 star quality :)
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Mon Jun 01, 2009 3:38 pm  

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[Gareth] wrote:
anywhere from south cheshire to the lakes really and im looking at 4 and 5 star quality :)

Ok...:

Manchester:
The Hilton
The Lowry
Radisson Edwardian (prefer this place to the Lowry - that said, the Hilton is worth it for views if nothing else)
The Midland
Malmaison

Chester:
Carden Park
Chester Grosvenor (this is truly 5*)
Crabwall Manor
The Queen Hotel has apparently been done up and is also nice as well now

The Lakes has more country house hotels than I could ever list but when we got engaged we stayed at Rampsbeck House at the side of Ullswater and that was lovely.
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Mon Jun 01, 2009 3:45 pm  

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Vicki_w wrote:
Ok...:

Manchester:
The Hilton
The Lowry
Radisson Edwardian (prefer this place to the Lowry - that said, the Hilton is worth it for views if nothing else)
The Midland
Malmaison

Chester:
Carden Park
Chester Grosvenor (this is truly 5*)
Crabwall Manor
The Queen Hotel has apparently been done up and is also nice as well now

The Lakes has more country house hotels than I could ever list but when we got engaged we stayed at Rampsbeck House at the side of Ullswater and that was lovely.


cheers Vikci, your a star! :)
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Mon Jun 01, 2009 4:25 pm  

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[Gareth] wrote:
cheers Vikci, your a star! :)


I think the Lakeside and the swan are 4 stars

http://www.lakesidehotel.co.uk/ beautiful setting


http://www.swanhotel.com/home.cfm
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