MediaCityUK Parking

Latest MediaCityUK parking reviews
  • Parking at Premier Inn Manchester Salford Quays, M50

    Good for the money, safe and not too crowded. Unfortunately the app wouldn’t allow us to book for longer than an hour so had to do this on the net. Also tried to call and the phone service didn’t recognise the location ID and didn’t give the option to speak to an operator, so this was really frustrating. Hopefully both the points above will be resolved.

    Alicia
  • Parking on Anchorage Quay, M50

    Easy to book, easy to find (just behind the Anchorage tram stop), reasonable price and just 10 - 15 minutes walking distance from the Lowry Theatre. Lots of empty spaces so it was quick to park and avoided the bulk of the queuing traffic going into Quays to the Lowry car park. Would definitely use again but next time would travel from the M602 (not through town), due to the roadworks on Trafford Road.

    Andrea
  • Parking on Anchorage Quay, M50

    Easy to access and secure Straight onto tram too

    Rachel
  • Parking at Premier Inn Manchester Salford Quays, M50

    Good space if you are staying at the Premier Inn or visiting Salford Quays.

    Andrea
  • Parking at Premier Inn Manchester Salford Quays, M50

    Despite being a very busy day for parking due to the Manchester half marathon taking place, managed to get a parking space and download the app and found this carpark excellent value for money at just five pounds for 24 hours. Wish that the signs in the carpark made it more obvious there was a ticket machine just adjacent to the premier inn however, for anyone who didn't understand downloading apps or just could have done it more quickly!

    Liz
  • Parking on Anchorage, M50

    Very easy to find. No issues for me as I arrived very early. But upon leaving it was clear the car park was considerably over booked.

    Richard
  • Parking on Anchorage, M50

    Easy to use App. Great location for Media City and the Quays for a night out. Close to Old Trafford - 15mins walk. Some of the hedges and planting need cutting back as growing into parking spaces

    Steve