Arndale Centre, Manchester, England, United Kingdom
The Manchester Arndale, or most popularly known as the Arndale Centre, is one of the largest shopping centers in the UK with the developer of the same name. This shopping center is located in Manchester. The center is constructed between 1972 and 1979 with a cost of about £100 million. Arndale Center has already experienced the destruction caused by the Manchester bombing in 1996. The center was recovered and redeveloped in January 2006. In September 2006, the final phase of the northern extension was opened, featuring the new Winter Garden, a Waterstone's bakeshop and a new unit for the market. In 2010, Arndale Centre launched the largest Office Shoe store and largest glass store frontage called the Next Store and finally in 2015, Arndale Centre took initiative to create a fundraising activity for their chosen charity for one whole year.
At the heart of Manchester lies the Holiday Inn Manchester - City Centre, a 4-star hotel that provides an excellent location for sightseeing, dining, and recreation. Aside from providing the best hotel services, it's also convenient to visit other tourist attractions, like the National Football Museum and Affleck’s Palace. Other alternative lodgings located close to the centre include the Britannia Sachas Hotel and the City Stop Manchester Apartments. The National Football Museum is the world's largest and considerably best football museum, containing important collections of football memorabilia. For mind-boggling and a test for team cooperation, the Escape Hunt Manchester is an exciting, unadulterated room escape game of about 60 minutes. This is best suited for team buildings and friends and the main goal is to work together and follow clever clues and riddles to get out of the room. Take the bus and travel to neighboring cities/towns such as Denton and Radcliffe.