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Selina NQ1 Manchester
3 out of 5
15 Hilton Street, Manchester, England
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0.5 mi from city centre
3.2/5 (12 reviews)

"What I like is this property is 5 min walk from city centre, very convenient for food, groceries and shopping. Staffs were helpful. However I had a few disappointments: it’s noisy with people stomping around the corridor and banging on doors! There’s only one kettle to be shared in the kitchen and ..."…"

Reviewed on 16 Mar 2020

Selina NQ1 Manchester
Quay Apartments Manchester
3.5 out of 5
78 Newton St, Manchester, England
The price is £61 per night
0.62 mi from city centre
4.6/5Wonderful! (68 reviews)

"Recommend getting a room on a high level, Excellent views of greater Manchester. Clean, modern and quiet."…"

Reviewed on 11 Mar 2020

Quay Apartments Manchester
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Manchester - Piccadilly
4 out of 5
One Piccadilly Place, 1 Auburn Street, Manchester, England
The price is £82 per night
0.51 mi from city centre
4.4/5Wonderful! (1,660 reviews)

"Near to the main station , a lot of restaurants and supermarket. Walking distance to shopping mall."…"

Reviewed on 9 Mar 2020

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Manchester - Piccadilly
The Midland - Manchester
4 out of 5
16 Peter Street, Manchester, England
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0.15 mi from city centre
4.3/5Excellent! (1,908 reviews)

"Nice hotel but king side bed are only double lovely breakfast on a morning rooms are tryed"…"

Reviewed on 1 Mar 2020

The Midland - Manchester
Hyatt House Manchester
4 out of 5
55 Booth Street West, Manchester, England
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0.9 mi from city centre
4.9/5Exceptional! (156 reviews)

"Brilliant location for visiting my daughter at Uni. Staff fantastic. Room excellent. Breakfast first class. Can’t recommend Hyatt enough."…"

Reviewed on 27 Mar 2020

Hyatt House Manchester
Hyatt Regency Manchester
4 out of 5
55 Booth Street West, Manchester, England
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0.88 mi from city centre
4.7/5Exceptional! (383 reviews)

"Lovely , classy and clean hotel. Excellent, friendly and helpful staff. The breakfast was very good. One problem was the control for the heater in the room. It did not seem to be working properly and the room was a bit cold during the night."…"

Reviewed on 24 Mar 2020

Hyatt Regency Manchester
Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa
4 out of 5
London Road, Manchester, England
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0.69 mi from city centre
4/5Very Good! (1,919 reviews)

"Friday night only one member of staff serving- waited 20 minutes for a bottle of water!"…"

Reviewed on 15 Mar 2020

Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa
Hendham House Hotel
2.5 out of 5
3-4 Beech Mount, Manchester, England
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2.43 mi from city centre
2.7/5 (39 reviews)

"It’s centralised, close to every where I needed to go. It’s clean and staff are very friendly"…"

Reviewed on 17 Feb 2020

Hendham House Hotel
Church Street by Supercity Aparthotels
4 out of 5
20 Church Street, Manchester, England
The price is £86 per night
0.39 mi from city centre
4.4/5Wonderful! (66 reviews)

"Outstanding views, amazing apartment! Clean, secure, and lovely large spaces, with living room, full kitchen, full bathroom, and bedroom. Great wifi as well! AND a lovely outdoor patio that overlooks the city centre on the 15th floor-- accessible to anyone booked in the tower."…"

Reviewed on 17 Apr 2020

Church Street by Supercity Aparthotels
Clayton Hotel, Manchester Airport
4 out of 5
Outwood Lane, Manchester Airport, Manchester, England
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The price is £85 per night
8 mi from city centre
4.1/5Very Good! (6,056 reviews)

"Hotel is better than expected. My mom was very happy with the room, central heating was amazing. Only complaint was that we had to pay first at the bar to order food.. then come downstairs to collect the food... May be due to coronavirus but I have not complaints about the room condition ..."…"

Reviewed on 23 May 2020

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Energetic, diverse and with a buzz all of its own, Manchester is a fantastic place for a city break. Its rich history is writ large across the cityscape, while it’s staunchly independent streak – and strong desire to do things ‘the Mancunian way’ – is there for all to see in a thriving arts scene, pop-up bars and restaurants, and great choice of music venues. There are two world-class football teams, too.

The city centre is compact and easily covered on foot. If you do want to go further afield and out to Salford Quays, for instance, or Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium, the Metrolink tram system is the best way to get there.

Where to Stay in Manchester

As you’d expect from a great city, there’s an excellent range of hotels to suit all tastes and budgets. At the higher end, The Midland is an ornate red-brick and terracotta edifice near St Peter’s Square that’s impossible to miss. It’s a four-star spa hotel that’s also home to The French, constantly one of the city’s top restaurants.

At the other side of the city centre, Roomzzz Manchester Corn Exchange offers a range of apartments, all with free Wifi, and there’s a 24-hour fitness centre. Other popular city centre hotels include Jurys Inn Manchester City Centre, which has the option of connecting rooms, and the Princess St Hotel on the edge of China Town.

Family-Friendly Breaks in Manchester

Manchester is a great destination for a family break, and surprisingly it’s a trio of museums that could catch youngsters’ imaginations.

In the Millennium Quarter, close to the city’s impressive cathedral, the futuristic-looking National Football Museum traces the history of the beautiful game and there’s also the chance to test your skills in the Football Plus Zone.

Also in the city centre is the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI), which takes you through a whirlwind tour of discovery, from steam engines to the first computers, before bringing you bang up to date with a virtual reality space mission.

The trio is completed by the Imperial War Museum North, and a trip out to Salford Quays and the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal. An undoubted highlight are the regular Big Picture Shows, when images are projected on to the walls of the main exhibition hall, reflecting a different aspect of war.

Also at The Quays is the Lowry, another great space for the arts that’s home a huge collection of Lowry paintings, as well as two theatres with a varied programme of shows for all the family.

What to See and Do in Manchester

Cultural highs back in the city centre include HOME, with its mix of theatres, cinemas and bars, and the Royal Exchange, a theatre that fits perfectly in the heart of Manchester’s ornate, old cotton exchange.

The City Art Gallery, with its stunning portico entrance, has an excellent collection of art, most notably Pre-Raphaelites such as Holman Hunt and Rossetti. Diagonally opposite sits the Central Library, worth a visit just to see the great circular reading room.

Other architectural gems include Manchester Town Hall on Albert Square, a neo-Gothic masterpiece built as a symbol of the city’s wealth and power during the Industrial Revolution. Even older is Chetham’s Library, which was founded in 1653 and is the oldest public library in the English-speaking world.

From the Bee Gees to The Smiths and New Order, Manchester has a rich musical heritage, too. The city centre is dotted with small venues such as the legendary Band on the Wall, while larger bands head for the Manchester Arena. For classical, the Bridgwater Hall is home to the world-famous Hallé Orchestra.

Shopping in Manchester

Ten years ago, the area to the north of the city centre was run down and unloved. Today, the Northern Quarter is home to many of Manchester’s best bars and cafés, as well as a smattering of independent boutiques and Mancunian institution Affleck’s Palace, with its second-hand vinyl and retro fashions.

There’s more mainstream shopping to be had in the Arndale Centre, and high-end shops around Spinningfields and Exchange Square, which is also good for bars and restaurants.

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Frequently asked questions

What's the best place to stay in Manchester?
Dakota Manchester is ranked highly by Expedia customers. This 4-star hotel offers a restaurant and free WiFi. It is located a short 6-minute walk from The Gay Village. Reviews from our site also recommend Hotel Brooklyn and King Street Townhouse as top choices for your stay.
If I need to cancel my hotel reservation in Manchester, will I receive a refund?
Yes, most room reservations are fully refundable if you cancel prior to the hotel’s cancellation deadline, which is often 24 or 48 hours before your scheduled arrival. If you have a non-refundable reservation, you might still have the option to cancel and receive a refund within a 24-hour period of booking. Add your dates and click on “Search”, then you can filter by “free cancellation” to review the best deals available in Manchester.
What's the best budget-friendly accommodation in Manchester?
Based on reviews, The Mitre Hotel is a popular 3-star hotel for our travellers looking for an economical choice, and features free WiFi and a restaurant. Other options to stay on the cheap include ibis budget Manchester Centre Pollard Street and Britannia Hotel - Manchester City Centre.
What's the best place to stay for families in Manchester?
Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester, Airport is a top 4-star hotel on Expedia for families, and features an indoor pool and 2 restaurants. Other choices for your family trip include Britannia Country House Hotel & Spa and Crowne Plaza Hotel Manchester City Centre. Also, attractions such as Legoland Discovery Centre and Chill FactorE are fun for children of all ages.
What's the best hotel for a romantic holiday to Manchester?
Princess St. Hotel is a favourite 4-star hotel for couples, and features premium bedding and a restaurant. Other good choices for a romantic stay include Worsley Park Marriott Hotel & Country Club and Velvet Hotel.
What's the best pet-friendly accommodation option in Manchester?
Holiday Inn Express Manchester East is a top hotel for people travelling with their pets, and offers a restaurant and free WiFi for its human guests. Other good options for you and your pet’s trip include Britannia Sachas Hotel and Hilton Manchester Deansgate.
What's the best luxury place to stay in Manchester?
Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester, Airport is a 4-star hotel with 2 restaurants and a full-service spa, and it’s a popular choice for Expedia travellers looking for an elegant place to stay. Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa and Hotel Gotham are other upscale choices for your trip.
What's the best boutique-style hotel in Manchester?
Great John Street Hotel is a favourite 4-star hotel with Expedia travellers looking for stylish accommodation, and features a restaurant and a bar. Townhouse Hotel Manchester and The Abel Heywood are two other options for a boutique stay.
What's the best place to stay if I'm looking to play golf in Manchester?
Hilton Manchester Airport is a 4-star hotel featuring a restaurant and free WiFi, and it’s a top choice for playing a round of golf. Other good options if you’d like to stay near a golf course include Didsbury House Hotel and Hyatt Regency Manchester. You can tee off at Blackley Golf Club, Withington Golf Course or Northenden Golf Course while you’re in town.
How is it to stay in Manchester?
Travellers to Manchester give high marks for the popular theatre scene, shopping and fascinating museums. Tourists who journey to this welcoming city can discover its sporting events, restaurants and bars. Top sights in the city include Albert Square, Piccadilly Gardens and The Gay Village. In Manchester, there are 703 hotels and other accommodation options to choose from.
What should I see while I'm in Manchester?
The city is well known for its theatres and museums, and cultural venues include The Gay Village, O2 Apollo Manchester and Manchester Art Gallery. Attractions such as Legoland Discovery Centre, Chill FactorE and Airkix Indoor Skydiving are fun for children of all ages. The city is notable for landmarks such as Albert Square, St. Peter’s Square and Manchester Cathedral.
How should I get around Manchester?
Take advantage of metro transport at St Peters Square Station, Mosley Street Station and Market Street Station. If you want to travel outside the city, hop on a train from Manchester Oxford Road Station, Manchester Manchester Oxford Road Station or Manchester Deansgate Station.

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