Top hotels in Manchester
Within walking distance of the famous Old Trafford Stadium and a short drive from Manchester city centre, this 4-star hotel overlooks the water of the upcoming Salford Quays. The rooms have a warm décor with earthy natural tones and wooden furniture, as well as satellite TV. There is also a nearby Metrolink tram station, making it easy to explore the rest of Manchester.
This grand 5-star hotel is found in the heart of Manchester, close to the fantastic shops and bars of the Northern Quarter. Effortlessly combining contemporary style with period art-deco features, you can enjoy modern British cuisine in the hotel’s restaurant or soak up the ambience with cocktails in the bar. The hotel’s air-conditioned rooms all have their own unique style, but all have a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, free wifi, espresso machine and private bathroom.
Located in a leafy village, only a short drive from Manchester City Centre and Manchester Airport, this elegant 4-star hotel offers free parking and free wifi. The hotel also has a gym, spa treatment room, a bar, and two lounges where you can relax. Boutique-style rooms have satellite TVs, DVD players, iPod docks, free wifi, and ensuite bathrooms with monsoon showers.
This contemporary hotel is a short walk from shops, sights like the National Football Museum and Manchester Cathedral, Manchester Arena, train services and nightlife. The hotel has its own modern bar and restaurant, and you can relax in its health and fitness facilities. Each room has a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, air conditioning and free wi-fi.
Found in the heart of Manchester city centre, this award-winning luxury hotel is based in one of the city’s most significant buildings. First-class customer service is enjoyed as you savour the venue’s elegant styling and take advantage of its many facilities. The spa includes a gym and relaxing pool, to complement the stylish bar and multiple restaurants serving fine dishes and quick snacks. In the well-equipped rooms you can log on to complimentary wi-fi and tune in to the satellite TV.
This modern 4-star hotel in the city centre, conveniently near Piccadilly station, is also ideally placed for shopping on King Street. During your stay you can enjoy excellent modern cuisine at the hotel restaurant. And the hotel's rooms offer a peaceful place to relax in the city with flat-screen TVs and free wifi access for your convenience.
In the heart of the bustling Manchester city centre, you'll find this luxurious boutique hotel. Money has been no object in restoring this Victorian hotel which now has contemporary spacious rooms in the heart of this famous city. Close to everything that Manchester has to offer in shops, bars, theatres and exhibitions. If you've yet to discover this hotel - then you don't know what you're missing!
This hotel is set in its own landscaped grounds in the peaceful countryside. Featuring two restaurants, a bar, free car parking, Spa, Swimming pool, Leisure facilities and only 8 miles from Manchester city Centre, the hotel is ideal for a relaxing break, romantic getaway or even a shopping trip.
Enjoy a fantastic all-round experience at this beautiful, brand new hotel and it's themed restaurant in honor of the beautiful game.
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The smart 3-star Sachas Hotel Manchester is within walking distance of many of Manchester’s popular clubs and bars. The hotel has 2 onsite restaurants, a bar, steam room, sauna, fitness gym, and wifi is available in public areas. Each of the classic rooms features a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and a private bathroom.
The Grade II listed, 3-star Britannia Hotel Manchester City Centre, is in the heart of the city within walking distance of Piccadilly Gardens. The classic interior has a 24-hour front desk and refreshments are available at the Rogue Bar and Jenny’s Restaurant and Overstuffed Pizzeria. Each room provides guests with complimentary wifi, a work desk, tea and coffee making facilities, and a private bathroom with free toiletries.
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With 24/7 refreshments, spotless rooms, a hearty breakfast spread and some of Manchester's finest taking care of you, a stay at ibis Budget Manchester Centre Pollard Street is just the ticket. We don't crank up our overheads by getting bogged down in bells and whistles, so we can offer you great accommodation in a fantastic location at unbeatable rates. Perfect for travellers on a restricted budget.
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Hotels in Manchester
With so many things to see and do, our hotels in Manchester help give you the perfect trip, with both luxury and cheap accommodation on offer. Considered by many to be the capital of the North, this city truly has its finger on the pulse, with a thriving business and media sector, celebrities, fashion, fine dining, sport, arts, and much more.
Shopping in Manchester
The city is an ideal spot for both the fashion-conscious and shoppers serious about savings. Visit Selfridges and Harvey Nicholls for the latest designer labels or take a trip to Cross Street where you’ll find independent boutiques specialising in clothes and accessories.
The Arndale is an indoor shopping centre featuring major fashion brands, an extensive food court and free wifi throughout. A little further out, the Trafford Centre features hundreds of high-street store outlets as well as Selfridges and John Lewis – perfect for bagging a bargain. One of the largest shopping centres in Europe, the Trafford Centre can be reached by car, or regular busses run from the city centre.
If you’re looking for something a little different, the streets to the north of Piccadilly Gardens are a treasure trove of independent shops and local designers selling vintage clothes as well as goth, punk, rock, indie and metal styles. Visit Affleck’s Palace in the Northern Quarter for vinyl, posters and comics.
Connections to TV
Manchester is home to a busy media hub, including offices and studios associated with two major television channels. Granada Television produces a range of classic telly here, from soap favourite Coronation Street to the gritty drama Prime Suspect, and offers seasonal tours of the studio, as well as tickets to live-audience shows including stand-up with Peter Key, Harry Hill and Caroline Aherne.
BBC TV recently relocated leading shows including Blue Peter, Dragon’s Den and Match Of The Day. Tours and studio tickets are available throughout the year.
Manchester is noted for its excellent theatres. Larger venues include the Manchester Opera House, a commercial theatre that often plays host to touring West End shows, the Palace Theatre, and the Royal Exchange Theatre, a small producing theatre in the former Cotton Exchange.
The Lowry also features two theatres running crowd-pleasing musicals including Fame, Stompand Happy Days as well as top comedy nights; previous shows include stand-ups Richard Herring, Russell Kane and Lee Hurst.
Head to Proper Tea opposite Manchester Cathedral, an independent tea room owned by TV celebrity Yvette Fielding of Blue Peter fame, for loose teas and homemade cakes. The veteran presenter can often be found behind the till.
Teacup café on Thomas Street in the Northern Quarter is run by the legendary DJ, Mr Scruff. Trendy, but with a friendly atmosphere, Teacup even features Mr Scruff’s own tea. Perfect if you’re on a quest for the perfect brew.
If you’re looking to treat yourself, visit Michael Caines at Abode, the celebrity chef’s two-star Michelin restaurant. For those that like spice, head to Curry Mile – we particularly like Mughli.
Renowned for its musical heritage, Manchester is the birth-place of Factory Records and the legendary Haçienda. Rising to fame in the 80s and 90s, ‘Madchester’ gave us The Smiths, the Stone Roses and New Order to name a few.
Visit one of the oldest and most diverse venues is the Band on the Wall, a live music venue in the Northern Quarter district of the city. Built in the 1860s as the flagship pub of a local brewery, it was originally called the George & Dragon. It got its nickname in the late 1920s or early 1930s from the stage high on the back wall. Today it remains a popular venue for jazz and blues acts.
Live music fans should check out The Albert Hall, an A Grade II listed Wesleyan chapel. The grand and ornate chapel has been restored into a stunning purpose-built music hall and is set to become one of the most atmospheric music and events venues in the UK. Closed for over 40 years and resurrected by Trof, the people behind Gorilla and The Deaf Institute, as an unrivalled events venue, restaurant and bar. Previous acts have included Bombay Bicycle Club and Bonobo.
Head below the railway tracks on Whitworth street and you’ll find Gorilla, a club space and live venue hosting upcoming and big DJs and live acts, not to mention an acclaimed kitchen with award-winning burgers.
For massive headliners, the largest indoor arena in Europe, Manchester Arena regularly welcomes top acts like Michael Buble, Justin Timberlake and Miranda Hart (not on the same stage, fortunately).
Arts and Culture
Manchester has a rich cultural heritage displayed throughout museums and galleries. The Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) celebrates industrial history and houses a large collection of steam locomotives, working machines from the industrial revolution as well as aircraft and space vehicles. It is appropriately housed in the former Liverpool Road railway station, the terminus of the world's first passenger railway.
Sitting at the heart of the redeveloped Salford Quays, The Lowry, named after the painter, L.S. Lowry, exhibits his acclaimed paintings of industrial scenes in the north of England and works by other noted artists.
The Cornerhouse on Oxford Street is Manchester's international centre for contemporary visual arts and independent film. It has three floors of art galleries, a bookshop, a bar, café and three cinemas showing indie flicks and general releases.
Tucked behind Oxford Road in an old mill is the Anthony Burgess Foundation. The author of the acclaimed novel, A Clockwork Orange is remembered here. The Foundation houses a collection of Burgess’s own furniture, paintings and musical instruments, as well as a café, study centre, library and exhibition space which has regular events such as book launches, talks and small concerts.
Gay and LGBT scene
The thriving gay and lesbian scene centres on the famous Canal Street, home of the hit TV series Queer as Folk. Today, Canal Street is as much about café culture as its famous clubs and bars and features its very own VIP card, so you can take advantage of great local deals in restaurants and shops.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Manchester
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Manchester?The best hotels to stay in Manchester are Sachas Hotel Manchester, The Northern Quarters (ex Staycity Serviced Apartments - Laystall St) and Ville Hotel.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Manchester?The B'hive Inn in Manchester offers one night in a double room at the price of £27.
What hotels are in the central Manchester neighborhood?The best hotels near the center of Manchester are Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel, QuickSpaces Heart of the City and Sachas Hotel Manchester.
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