Abito at Clippers Quay is a landmark building that proudly sits directly on the quayside at Salford Quays, just a short tram ride into the City Centre. Manchester is still one of the fastest growing cities in the UK, with inspiring architecture that never fails to turn heads.

Possibly the best plot in the development, our apartment is furnished in an urban chic style, compact but perfectly formed with high ceilings and glass fronted, taking in the fascinating waterside views. Complete with comfy bed, 2 LCD TVs and a large south facing furnished roof terrace. The living room has a sofa-bed suitable for an additional guest.

Manchester United's Old Trafford is within perfect distance. Close enough to take in the atmosphere on a match day and a short stroll away if you're lucky enough to have tickets, but not too close if you're not a football fan! Regardless, you wont fail to be impressed by the view of the ground from the generous roof terrace or living room.

Booking for a match weekend? Ask about out Old Trafford Packages.
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Close by Attractions: Out and About:
  • The Lowry Art Museum
  • The Imperial War Museum
  • Tram Stop across the road
  • Manchester United Stadium
  • The Quays
  • River Cruises
  • Media City
  • The Trafford Centre
  • Manchester City Centre
  • MEN Arena
  • Amazing Architecture
  • Britainís tallest residential building
  • Old Trafford Cricket Ground
  • The Printworks
Our Favourite Places to Eat: Perfect For:
  • Tiger Tiger
  • The Living Room
  • Chaophraya
  • The Sports Bar
  • Football Fans
  • Shopaholics
  • Business Travellers
  • City Breaks
  • Free WiFi
  • Free parking
  • Close to water
  • Outside space
  • No minimum stay
  • Unique interior design
  • Teac HiFi with iPod dock
  • Fully equipped kitchens
  • 32" LCDTVs with DVD
  • Executive packages available
Nearest Station:  
Exchange Quay.
0.3 miles
Nearest Pint of Beer:  
50 metres
Nearest Pint of Milk:  
Tescos Express.
600 metres
The Fever Van by Lowry
The Fever Van
The Lowry Art Museum