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Our recommended hotels in Manchester

Novotel Manchester Centre
21 Dickinson Street
M1 4LX Manchester
7.7 / 10
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Manchester - Piccadilly
One Piccadilly Place, 1 Auburn St.
M1 3DG Manchester
8.2 / 10
Britannia Hotel Manchester
35 Portland Street
M1 3LA Manchester
6.7 / 10
from £ 43
Amblehurst Hotel
44 Washway Road
M33 7QZ Manchester
7.7 / 10
from £ 50
Bewleys Hotel Manchester Airport
Outwood Lane
M90 4HL Manchester
7.9 / 10
from £ 71
Britannia Country House Hotel
Palatine Road, Didsbury
M20 2WG Manchester
5.1 / 10
from £ 37
Britannia Airport Hotel
Palatine Road, Northenden
M22 4FH Manchester
6.2 / 10
from £ 34
My Places Serviced Apartments
Lever Street 19
M1 1BY Manchester
from £ 500
Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa
91 London Road
M1 2PG Manchester
8.5 / 10
from £ 82
Le Ville Hotel
Canal Street 38-42
M1 3WD Manchester
6.9 / 10
from £ 50
Stay Inn Hotel Manchester
55 Blackfriars Road Salford
M3 7DB Manchester
9.0 / 10
from £ 44
Gardens Hotel
55 Piccadilly
M12AP Manchester
7.8 / 10
from £ 39
Britannia Sachas Hotel
Tib Street, Piccadilly
M4 1SH Manchester
4.7 / 10
from £ 37
Hotel Gotham
King Street 8
M60 8HG Manchester
from £ 105
The Palace Hotel
Oxford Street
M60 7HA Manchester
5.7 / 10
from £ 69
Sovereign Serviced Apartments
Polygon Road 23-25
M8 5DD Manchester
from £ 65
Park Inn by Radisson Manchester City Centre
4 Cheetham Hill Road
M4 4EW Manchester
8.5 / 10
from £ 66
Campanile Manchester - Salford
55 Ordsall Lane Regent Road
M5 4RS Manchester
7.4 / 10
from £ 38
Quay Apartments
250 The Quays
M50 3SB Manchester
9.2 / 10
from £ 85
Malmaison Manchester
M1 1LZ Manchester
7.3 / 10
from £ 89
Holiday Inn Express Manchester-City Centre Men Arena
Goadsby Street off Swan Street
M4 5JY Manchester
8.5 / 10
Crowne Plaza Hotel  Manchester Airport
Ringway Road
M90 3NS Manchester
Holiday Inn Manchester-West
Liverpool Street
M5 4LT Manchester
7.6 / 10
Holiday Inn Manchester Mediacity UK
White, Mediacity UK, Salford
M50 2EQ Manchester
8.9 / 10
Holiday Inn Express Manchester-Salford Quays
Waterfront Quays, Salford Quays
M50 3XW Manchester
8.5 / 10
Holiday Inn Manchester-Central Park
888 Oldham Road, Newton Heath
M40 2BS Manchester
7.3 / 10
Dreamhouse Apartments Manchester City West
2 Bloom Street, Salford
M3 6AJ Manchester
9.8 / 10
Innside Manchester
1 First Street
M15 4RP Manchester

Manchester City Guide


Manchester is Britain’s third most visited city, with many coming to take in the rich football history. Be sure to read our post on visiting Manchester during football season from the blog. In Manchester, football is not a sport but a way of life. Get yourself up to date on the history of the sport and the sights of the city before your next visit.

Famous 2nd City of England

Manchester is the UKs third largest City by population but in terms of fashion, music and business it is second only to London. Manchester is a large city with a population of over 2 million people. It caters for all tastes and offers a thriving university community and the “capital of the North” business centre.

A depth of culture and history

This city is steeped in history but also offers fantastic modern living too. The Manchester ship canals date back to the previous century and run through the centre of the town, often beneath the street level so are slightly hidden from view, but are definitely worth a stroll. The busy shopping centre and rich culture in the centre of town is amazing and should not be missed.

Every kind of food in different parts of the city

Manchester is almost definitely the best city in the UK (apart from London) for food and restaurants. There are complete districts devoted to a Chinese, Italian, Korean and Indian. The most famous being the world-renowned “curry mile” which features a 400m stretch of Manchester absolutely packed with top quality Indian restaurants. Nearly all the restaurants have large neon signs displaying their names that makes the stretch of the road look like Las Vegas at night.

The pride of the North

For the best in fashion and the latest trends you can do no better than Manchester that is home to some of the country’s top designers. The City has a large Art college and the area specializes in textiles and fashion and most students tend to remain in there after graduating to start their own clothes labels.

The surrounding parks and hills

Manchester is an industrial town and therefore is densely populated with large warehouse style buildings and lots of terraced dwellings. If you want to enjoy the country air its best to escape the centre and head south to the Peak District which is only a few miles away and stunning in terms of natural beauty and tranquility.

Alternatively you could always try the small but cute surrounding villages such as Wilmslow and Knutsford that are famous for their footballers wives habitants. Both Manchester City FC and Manchester United FC have players who reside in these areas making them very desirable for the wealthy and well serviced by excellent restaurants and bars.

Large nightclubs at affordable prices

For a great night out you would find it hard to beat the amazing and dazzling night life Manchester has to offer. It is at least on a level with London for nightspots and probably even better if you consider the huge student population and average working person the clubs are budgeted for. If you like large, loud clubs open until the early hours then this is the place for you and it won’t cost you too much to dance the night away.

In and around Manchester

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