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Hotel is close to all terminals and railway station via covered walkways. Hotel staff very helpful and friendly, rooms very clean and bed extremely comfortable. Have stayed here several times and would recommend it highly.
Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester, Airport£74Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester, Airport£74
Stayed here overnight before morning flight. Excellent restaurant service and food. Very friendly and efficient staff. Comfortable bed and good sized clean room and bath. Unfortunately the window that could open had a bad seal and we could hear the trains and announcements from the station below. ...
Clayton Hotel, Manchester Airport£68Clayton Hotel, Manchester Airport£68
My stay was excellent. I just kept thinking, I only paid this little and I’m getting a giant apartment... I even double checked to make sure the price I paid, was the price I paid. The apartment was large, comfortable, clean and modern, and located about 30secs from Manchester Piccadilly Station ...
Staycity Aparthotel Manchester Piccadilly£50Staycity Aparthotel Manchester Piccadilly£50
Hotel was great but the car park was quite difficult to find by car. Hotel facilities very good
Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa£55Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa£55
Checking was hassle free excellent helpful polite and friendly staff room lovely big comfy bed cannot fault in any way.
Malmaison Manchester£68Malmaison Manchester£68
Everything was very good about the hotel until I met a small mouse in the lounge and also as 6ft male the showers are far too low I’m of average height and had to duck to wash my hair
Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel£49Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel£49
The location of this hotel couldn't be better, it is right in the thick of it. The building itself is very impressive and the lobby and bar are beautiful. The rooms are big but really in need of some updating. I had to switch from my first room, the bathroom was very shabby, tiles falling off and ...
The Midland - Manchester£85The Midland - Manchester£85
My partner and I can to Manchester for a long weekend and we were happy that we picked this hotel as it is within walking distance (10mins) from the centre from all the highstreet and high end stores. The room was comfortable great queen size bed very nice. Bathroom mirror very big. Very bigTV. The ...
Novotel Manchester Centre£46Novotel Manchester Centre£46
The staff are really friendly, we had an amazing view of the stadium and the food was delicious in the restaurant.
Hotel Football Old Trafford£51Hotel Football Old Trafford£51
Manchester is a city famous above all for its pioneering role during the industrial age of the 18th and 19th centuries. It led the way in early railway building and introduced the famous cotton spinning machines which transformed British society. It has many fine 19th-century buildings still, such as the wonderfully Neo-Gothic cathedral and the Royal Exchange, which is now a restaurant and theatre. People come to Manchester from all over the world to see the many attractions, and when you choose a four-star hotel in Manchester to stay at you'll have all the comfort and facilities you require to really enjoy your stay here. As an innovative combination of industrial heritage and modern conveniences, Manchester simply cannot be beaten.
There are some excellent attractions in Manchester that also provide real insight into the city's unusually eventful and colourful past. The old quays and docklands have been transformed recently into modern cityscapes replete with restaurants, bars and museums like the magnificent Imperial War Museum North. The Museum of Science and Industry perhaps gives the best experience of the sort of environment which used to prevail here and which generated the wealthy of Croesus for its major players. Engineering transformed the whole of Britain, and Manchester was in on the act from the very beginning, building railways and canals which allowed goods to be taken deep inland. A brave new world of cotton production was introduced when Richard Arkwright invented the steam-driven spinning machine in the late-18th century, and wealth thereafter poured into the city.
The old slums were cleared in the last century, when pollution was also tackled, and today's Manchester is as clean, bright and modern an urban centre as you'll find anywhere in Europe. The trams are reminiscent of Budapest, and although you can get to most places on foot visitors like to hop on just for the pleasure of the ride. The old mills and dock areas have been completely rejuvenated in recent years, with the dirt and grime cleared away and pristine buildings rising in their place, along with much of the preserved industrial heritage. Don't miss the Neo-Gothic cathedral while you're based here in a Manchester four-star hotel, or the Free Trade Hall which is home to the famous Halle Orchestra.
There have never been better opportunities for dining out in Manchester, and new restaurants and bistros are springing up every week. Although the glory days of house music are over there's still a party going on here, with a huge choice of clubs and bars for night birds. From Indian takeaways and Chinese restaurants to smart grills and Michelin starred establishments in the city centre, you're never far away from an inspiring eatery or entertainment venue. Stay in a Manchester four-star hotel for a short break or longer visit and experience one of Britain's greatest cities in all its glory.