Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester, AirportChicago Avenue, Manchester 4.0 out of 5.0
Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester, Airport is connected to the terminals via a covered walkway. The nearest train station is a 2-minute walk, putting the shops, ...
I've stayed at the Radisson Blu Manchester Airport five times now. Check in is quick and easy, rooms are big and luxurious, but best of all its so near the airport. You can just get up and it's just a short stroll to either terminal - no need to wait for bus or taxi. Will definetly stay again.
Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester HotelFree Trade Hall Peter Street, Manchester 5.0 out of 5.0
The hotel is inside one of Manchester's most celebrated buildings, near St. Peter's Square with its convenient Metrolink station. Downtown shops and restaurants ...
Made to feel most welcome on our return and a nice touch was the upgrade 12th floor and the views were fantasic thank you the Radission group
The Midland - Manchester16 Peter Street, Manchester 4.0 out of 5.0
Built in 1903 to serve the central railway, the hotel stands in St. Peter's Square, near the train station of the same name. The impressive monuments of Albert ...
A very comfortable stay in a beautiful hotel located in an excellent position. Stayed here whilst running the marathon and staff members all supported me and sponsored me whilst I was staying.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Manchester - PiccadillyOne Piccadilly Place, Manchester 4.0 out of 5.0
The hotel is a 3-minute walk from Piccadilly Train Station, which offers a fast link to the airport as well as services to other cities. The cafés and shops ...
Have stayed at the hotel a couple of times before and have always been extremely satisfied. Up-graded to an executive room this time,which included free drink vouchers for me and my girlfriend,so that was a bonus!!
Hilton Manchester Deansgate303 Deansgate, Manchester 4.0 out of 5.0
This hotel is housed in the first 23 floors of the striking 47-storey steel and glass Beetham Tower, and is located in the centre of the lively city of ...
Carpets need refreshing in rooms, new pillows, curtains that block the light out completely. Exec lounge is nice but needs more seating, or a limit on none exec room guests from entering.
Park Inn by Radisson Manchester City Centre4 Cheetham Hill Road, Manchester 4.0 out of 5.0
Radisson Manchester City Centre is a 10-minute stroll from both Manchester Victoria Train Station and the upscale Harvey Nichols department store. Concert venue ...
Nice room, and bathroom however 2 single beds, pushed together wasn't ideal.
Mercure Manchester Piccadilly HotelPortland Street, Manchester 4.0 out of 5.0
This modern hotel rises above Piccadilly Gardens in the centre of Manchester. Arndale Shopping, Selfridges, Harvey Nichols, the Manchester Central Convention ...
Couldn't fault apart from the lingering smell in the reception on the first floor and some parts of the hotel needed updating. The room was a large size and had a fabulous view of Piccadilly Gardens.
Clayton Hotel, Manchester AirportOutwood Lane, Manchester 4.0 out of 5.0
Clayton Hotel, Manchester Airport is adjacent to Manchester Airport and just a 20-minute drive from the city center, where guests can shop at The Lowry Center ...
Overall very good Hotel, excellent location for the airport. Very efficient car parking arrangement and transfer to Airport. Only issue was a dirty toilet in the room. Wifi service was excellent.
Macdonald Manchester Hotel & SpaLondon Road, Manchester 4.0 out of 5.0
Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa is a 3-minute walk from Piccadilly Train Station and 10 minutes from O2 Apollo Manchester. Guests can reach city center shops ...
Lovely hotel, close to the city, room was very comfortable and clean except for a few bits of finish the cleaners miss under the table. Was very good experience would stay here again.
Britannia Hotel - Manchester City Centre35 Portland Street, Manchester 3.0 out of 5.0
This 19th century heritage hotel is one block from Manchester's Chinatown, 500 meters from the Palace theatre, and close to Piccadilly Gardens, the Manchester ...
it was less than £40 on a Friday night for a double, if budget is your main issue then this hotel will work for you. Reception staff have improved loads over the last year as has the security staff. Take an extension if you want to charge your phone but use it on the bed at the same time.
Enjoy an exciting holiday in Manchester hotels
With a pulsating cosmopolitan vibe and plenty of sporting activities and culture, Manchester is a great choice for your next holiday. Sometimes known as England’s ‘second city,’ this erstwhile industrial powerhouse has a lot going for it, including incredible hotels in Manchester. You’ll find plenty of Manchester hotels with a modern, cutting-edge vibe in the Northern Quarter or bustling Chinatown. While there are plenty of cheap hotels in Manchester, most are moderately priced, at an average of £60 per night. Travelling in the winter season, especially December to February, will ensure that you find the cheapest Manchester hotels out there, especially when you book with ebookers. It’s oh-so easy!
Manchester has something for everyone
There’s no better way to enjoy the magic of England than with a visit to the fabled North and its diverse unofficial capital, Manchester. Most of the city centre and its sights, like Manchester Cathedral and Manchester Town Hall, can be visited on foot. For exploring further out, you’d be well-advised to buy a day ticket for the Metromax tram network for just a few pounds. Home of the famous Manchester United football team, sports enthusiast will love a visit to their home ground, Old Trafford Stadium. Great nightlife can be found in South Manchester, where the city’s large student population stays out late enjoying yummy beverages. For great eats and a lively atmosphere, head to The Village around Canal street which is a centre for nightlife and gay culture. Don’t miss Curry Mile, an 800 metre street of curry restaurants that will be sure to satiate your appetite. For more delicious exotic culinary experiences and plenty of great sightseeing, head to Chinatown, which has been a staple of the city since the 1970s. One of the best times to stay in Manchester hotels is in August during the city’s famous Manchester Pride festival, celebrating the city’s large gay population with a whirl of fun costumes and festivities.
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