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Featured Manchester 2 Star Hotels

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ibis budget Manchester Salford Quays

ibis budget Manchester Salford Quays

19 Trafford Road, Salford
2.5 out of 5.0
3.6 out of 5 (327 reviews)
Ibis Budget Salford Quays -Ideal Manchester baseWarm welcome, great 7th floor room with view all over the city. Ideal base not only for Manchester but surrounding towns too as great road,rail and tram links.
  28 Oct 2017

£32

£32
ibis Manchester Centre Princess Street

ibis Manchester Centre Princess Street

Charles Street City Umist, Manchester
2.0 out of 5.0
3.9 out of 5 (897 reviews)
City centre hotel5 minutes from the Railway Station 2nd time we've stayed at this hotel friendly helpful staff modern clean rooms. A very pleasant and relaxing experience.
  19 Nov 2017

£38

£38
ibis budget Manchester Centre Pollard Street

ibis budget Manchester Centre Pollard Street

2 Pollard Street, Manchester
2.5 out of 5.0
3.5 out of 5 (200 reviews)
No frills hotel, but comfortable and convenientWhile this is a no frills hotel, the room has enough features and smartness to be convenient and comfortable. The staff was quite friendly as well!
  20 Nov 2017

£24

£24
ibis Manchester Centre 96 Portland Street (new ibis rooms)

ibis Manchester Centre 96 Portland Street (new ibis rooms)

96 Portland Street, Manchester
2.0 out of 5.0
3.9 out of 5 (1,115 reviews)
Nice hotel just a block or 2 away major centresEasy check-in system with young staff with i-pods near the entry door. Lounge with menu beside the entry makes for a very convenient 'top-up' upon arrival or throughout the day.
  21 Sep 2017

£38

£38
Campanile Manchester

Campanile Manchester

55 Ordsall Lane Regent Road, Salford
2.0 out of 5.0
3.4 out of 5 (972 reviews)
Excellent stay. Will come back again. Breakfast was the bomb.
  16 Nov 2017

£35

£35
Trafford Hall Hotel

Trafford Hall Hotel

23 Talbot Road, Manchester
2.5 out of 5.0
3.3 out of 5 (99 reviews)
Close to tram stationArrived early, but Carl on reception gave us our key. The room whilst a tiny bit shabby was very clean with nice pure white bedding and towels. There was a large modern t.v. on the wall and a large supply of tea and coffee. The breakfast was an English breakfast with cereals, pastries, toast, bacon ...
  6 Nov 2017

£31

£31
Park View Residence

Park View Residence

220 Waterloo Road, Manchester
2.0 out of 5.0
3.5 out of 5 (108 reviews)
Appreciated the fact it was in a residential area but city centre was walking distance. Staff is friendly and helpful. Enjoyed my stay .
  12 Nov 2017

£27

£27
Hatters Hostel Manchester

Hatters Hostel Manchester

50 Newton Street, Manchester
2.0 out of 5.0
3.2 out of 5 (113 reviews)
Nice location of the hostel I was in Town to view some property as we are planning relocating to Manchester and staying in this hostel is not that bad for the money.
  10 Mar 2017

£41

£41
Trivelles Hotels - Eccles New Road

Trivelles Hotels - Eccles New Road

386-388 Eccles New Road, Salford
2.5 out of 5.0
3.3 out of 5 (97 reviews)
Nice place right next to tram station so easy travel into Manchester centre, room was clean and tidy everything expected and am happy with stay
  17 Nov 2017

£31

£31
Stay Inn Hotel Manchester

Stay Inn Hotel Manchester

55 Blackfriars Road, Salford
2.0 out of 5.0
3.6 out of 5 (503 reviews)
Perfectly placed for business tripGood location, good parking and attentive friendly staff.
  14 Nov 2017

£46

£46
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Pocket Guide: 2 stars Hotels in Manchester

During the Industrial Revolution, Manchester was a churning crucible of enterprise, innovation and radical change. It resounded to the sound of steam-driven spinning machines and was also home to forward-thinking publications like the Manchester Guardian. Today, Manchester is still on the cultural map but for different reasons. The club and music scenes are what attract many visitors nowadays, but the city's great industrial heritage is still embodied in any of its imposing buildings. There are many world-class museums and art galleries for visitors to enjoy and Manchester has a bright, cosmopolitan air about it, and is still brimming with energy and enterprise. Stay at an affordable Manchester two-star hotel to enjoy this great city at its best.

Manchester 2 Star Hotels for a Great City Experience

As money flowed into Manchester during the Industrial Revolution, much of it eventually found its way into municipal building projects. The situation that the poor who drove the wheels of industry found themselves in began a movement for a more equable and fair distribution of wealth and newspapers like the Guardian were founded, which is still going strong almost two centuries later. The slum clearances that took place during the 1950s and the creation of smokeless zones helped transform Manchester into the modern metropolis it is today. From any Manchester two-star hotel you can see much of the industrial heritage in the preserved and restored cotton mills and warehouses, and the docklands area is particularly interesting in this respect.

Take the Family to a Manchester 2 Star Hotel

If you're agonising over a suitable destination to take the family to for your next break, try Manchester. Staying at a Manchester two-star hotel is fun and affordable, leaving you plenty of funds for exploring the city and beyond. The kids will enjoy taking a ride on the trams in the city centre, and you can find brilliant attractions all over the place. For example, the Imperial War Museum of the North is in the Manchester regenerated quays district. It's full of interactive exhibits and shows documentary films examining the impact of war on local people. There are also museums and art galleries, and some good theatres too, not to mention the buzzing nightlife.

Manchester Hotels for Museums and Galleries

If you want to explore the industrial heritage in more depth from your Manchester two-star hotel, in a fun and enjoyable way, try visiting the Museum of Science and Industry. Here you'll discover displays on the city's textile and engineering industries, with live demos of weaving machines in action and working steam engines. The museum in many ways epitomises what Manchester is all about, and a walk along to the Manchester Ship Canal will bring the city's heritage into sharp context. This was the epicentre of the mighty Industrial Revolution in England, and what it achieved can still be seen all around us. Manchester with its canals and museums, mills and factories, has a proud heritage and is still today a fascinating city to visit, and a comfortable two-star hotel in Manchester such as the Trafford Hall Hotel will provide all the facilities you need.

Recently booked Manchester hotels

ibis budget Manchester Centre Pollard Street
2.5 out of 5.0
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Hatters Hostel Manchester
2.0 out of 5.0
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