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Accommodation near Manchester Royal Infirmary

Accommodation Near Manchester Royal Infirmary

About Manchester Royal Infirmary

Manchester Royal Infirmary was formed in a small house in the city centre in 1752. At the time it had just twelve beds to share between its patients. Today, it is a huge teaching hospital for the Medical School of Manchester University, as well as a specialist regional centre for kidney and pancreas transplants, haematology, sickle cell disease, cardiothoracic surgery, and cardiology. Very involved with the local community, its facilities have grown and expanded over recent years, and its Accident & Emergency Department treats around 145,000 patients each year. Not only this, but the hospital has also been at the forefront of many medical breakthroughs, including using 3D technology and handheld robotic devices to perform keyhole urology surgery, and becoming the first institution in the UK to perform 1,000 cochlear implant procedures. A fantastic local health institution, Manchester Royal Infirmary guarantees the highest standard of treatment to all its patients.

Address: Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL

Getting to Manchester Royal Infirmary

Located a little way past the A57 ring road, getting to Manchester Royal Infirmary is simple for those with their own vehicle. The hospital lies just off the A34 road to Cheadle, a well-used throughway, though parking can sometimes be difficult to find in the area. Fortunately, there are plenty of other transport methods providing access to the hospital, including:

    • Bus – Over twenty different services running across Manchester stop directly outside the hospital on Oxford Road, including the 147 from Piccadilly Station. The First Bus 18 Service from Langley, and the V1/V2/V3 from Leigh and Atherton all stop on the Boulevard close to the main entrances.
    • Train – The closest rail stations to the hospital are Manchester Oxford Road (approximately 1 mile away) and Manchester Piccadilly (1.5 miles away). Both of these are just a short walk, cycle or bus ride from the hospital site.
    • Tram – The nearest tram stop to the hospital is at St. Peter’s Square, approximately 1.5 miles away at the north end of Oxford Road. From here, it’s another short walk or cycle to the location.
    • Walk or Cycle – From the hospital to either of the two nearest train stations, it’s around a 10 to 15 minute journey by bike, or a 20 to 40 minute journey on foot. There are also cycle racks outside of the main site at which to lock up any bikes.

Top Trending Serviced Apartments Near Manchester Royal Infirmary

Serviced accommodation from TheSqua.re constitutes ideal living spaces for patients and emergency medical workers alike. Close to the main site of Manchester Royal Infirmary, these apartments can work around hectic schedules or last-minute appointments, while providing a comfortable and cosy environment in times of need. Whether a doctor, a nurse, a patient or the family of a resident, TheSqua.re’s extensive portfolio is here to provide a reliable service along with the space that is needed, night or day.

Some of our top apartments near Manchester Royal Infirmary include:

Each serviced apartment from TheSqua.re comes complete with all the comfort and convenience of a veritable home away from home, featuring flatscreen TVs, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, fully equipped kitchens, and more. 

Cost of Accommodation Near Manchester Royal Infirmary

As to be expected, the cost of emergency accommodation in Manchester can fluctuate depending on season, as well as location and length of stay. A one-bedroom apartment in the city centre can range in rental price from £80 to £200 per night depending on facilities, while a similar-sized apartment outside the centre may be £40 to £100 per night. There may be special discounts that apply to patients, doctors and nurses, but whatever the situation, TheSqua.re guarantees the best possible rate, so residents can rest easy and focus on the things that matter more.

Things to See and Do Near Manchester Royal Infirmary

There is plenty to see and do in Manchester, and many of these top sights can be found in close proximity to the hospital, ideal for those seeking a brief respite or change in scenery. Some of the best attractions close to Manchester Royal Infirmary include:

  • Victoria Baths.
  • Manchester Museum.
  • The Monastery.
  • Elizabeth Gaskell’s House.
  • The Pankhurst Centre.
  • Manchester Art Gallery.
  • Alan Turing Memorial.
  • Platt Fields Park.

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