Visitors will be spoilt for choice with the multitude of quality hotels in Manchester. This is a thriving city that is brimming with all kinds of attractions for everything from family holidays to romantic breaks. Luckily, Manchester hotels offer the very best in budget and luxury accommodation. Offering B&B's in the countryside, 5-star hotels in the centre of the city, and every kind of accommodation in between, Manchester has got it covered.
Accommodation at Manchester Airport
Catering for over 18 million passengers, Manchester International Airport is one of the busiest in the UK. Many airport hotels now offer great facilities for corporate events at competitive prices. Conveniently located business hotels are a great option for facilitating conferences on any scale.
Overlooked by the gothic Manchester Town Hall, Albert Square is a public park commemorating the Prince Consort. Surrounded by a ring of imposing Victorian buildings this charming park contains the Albert Memorial, as well as statues of other noted historical figures, and is a lovely spot to unwind after a day of sightseeing. If you're in the mood for more meandering, pay a visit to Manchester's only Grade II listed park, Buile Park. With a host of amenities including an 18-hole pitch and putt course, tennis courts and a children's play area, this is a great place to spend an afternoon.
Planning a Shopping Trip?
When it comes to shopping, no city does it bigger or better than Manchester. Home to the UK's largest inner-city shopping arcade, the Arndale Centre is pure retail heaven. Conveniently located in the city centre, this is the perfect location from which to familiarise yourself with the layout of the city before you begin to explore further. Tired after a long day shopping? Try some of the luxury hotels in the area for a spot of pampering. Many of Manchester's spa hotels offer an array of stress- busting treatments that will leave you floating in your very own cloud of tranquillity.
A Cultural Break
Culture vultures will be spoilt for choice in Manchester. Catch some cabaret in the Lowry Entertainment Centre or explore the collections in the Museum of Science and Industry. Children will especially love venturing into the Victorian underground sewer system! The Manchester Art Gallery houses some of the finest works in Europe. Offering guided tours as well as hands-on workshops, this is one attraction you definitely shouldn't miss. Complete the cultural experience with a sojourn in one of the city's many tasteful boutique hotels. After all that sightseeing, you deserve it!