24 May, 2017
A further 59 people were injured when the makeshift explosive device was detonated by a suicide bomber at the Manchester Arena last night.
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It is believed the hotel opened its doors to desperate teenagers and young people who got separated from their parents/gaurdians after they fled the scene in horror.
"It's your instinct to go and help and it was children and it was a lot of children. Our hotels were working with police throughout the night, but we did not have a group of unaccompanied children at our hotel".
The Park Inn, one of the hotels closest to the Manchester Arena, provided free food, drink, towels, duvets and pillows to those who were stranded after the city's main train station was closed.
"We continue to do all we can to support them".
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Social media was awash with generous gestures, with some offering free taxi rides and others saying they could provide cups of tea and hugs.
Anyone looking for loved ones should contact the authorities on 0161 856 9400.
"We ran out", Mrs Robinson said.
Social media users are using the hashtag #ManchesterMissing to help trace missing concert-goers in the wake of the attack, which killed 19 people. "We have taken as many kids as can to [the] Holiday Inn", she wrote in a Facebook post.
Local health workers and cab drivers are also amongst those offering their services.
May added: "The people of Manchester and the United Kingdom have fallen victim to a callous terrorist attack - an attack that targeted some of the youngest people in our society with callous calculation".