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Hyatt Regency Manchester: Best of All Worlds

Hyatt Regency Manchester Hotel Review is part of Punxsutawney TPOL Trip Report.

I once wrote, Hostel v. Hotel v. Friend’s Home. In Manchester, the world’s greatest college campus (see Guns & Butter: Manchester Travel Guide), the answer could be all three. Given my exhaustion from the previous destinations (see Guns & Butter: Belfast, Edinburgh, Copenhagen, Ribera Del Duero), the best option was the Hyatt Regency.

Getting There

The Hyatt Regency is easily accessible by train from MAN airport. Take the train to Oxford Road and walk ten minutes. a train station with a clock tower in the background a street with people walking on it


One day Hyatt will seriously devalue and ruin our lives (see Hyatt Regency Toronto: Please Don’t Devalue!). When I look back at this post and see I only spent 8k points for this hotel, I will be sad.


Like the Moxy in Edinburgh, the Hyatt Regency is located in the middle of a college campus. Here that was the University of Manchester.

a tall glass building with a person walking on the street


The room, like TPOL, was smart chic. a bed in a room a room with a tv and a table a room with a tv and shelves a coffee machine and cups on a tray

a city with many buildings


LED bulb mirrors are everywhere now. It is also nice to see more hotels adapting rain showers instead of the loathsome stand-up tubs with a shower wand. a bathroom with a mirror and sink a group of small bottles on a clear stand a shower with a round shower head a shower with water running out of it

Regency Lounge

The lounge was closed due to Covid, but the bar downstairs was used as a replacement. It rivaled the experience of my favorite Regency lounge in Mexico City (see The Hyatt Regency Mexico City Review).a sign on a wall a bar with a tv and shelves two brown bottles on a table a plate of fried food with sauce a plate of cheese and crackers with grapes and jam


This hotel is a steal. Let’s hope it stays that way.



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