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INNSiDE by Melia Manchester

INNSiDE by Melia Manchester

4.0 out of 5.0 1 First Street, Manchester, England
Our customers tell us that they can't get enough of the comfortable rooms at INNSiDE by Melia Manchester. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Manchester Palace Theatre. Features include free WiFi in public areas, plus a restaurant and a 24-hour fitness centre. Built in 2015, this 4-star hotel has 208 rooms over 10 floors. All rooms offer free WiFi and LED TVs.
£25
easyHotel Manchester

easyHotel Manchester

2.0 out of 5.0 33 Dale Street, Manchester, England
The shopping around easyHotel Manchester gets good marks from our customers. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Piccadilly Gardens. Features include breakfast (surcharge) and WiFi in public areas (surcharge). This 2-star hotel has 115 rooms. Enjoy your stay with amenities like a flat-screen TV and WiFi in each room.
£115
Dakota Manchester

Dakota Manchester

4.0 out of 5.0 29 Ducie Street, Manchester, England
Our customers tell us they can't get enough of Dakota Manchester's central location. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from The Gay Village. Free WiFi in public areas, a restaurant and a bar are available. This 4-star hotel has 137 rooms. All rooms offer free WiFi and flat-screen TVs.
£125
Hotel Gotham

Hotel Gotham

5.0 out of 5.0 100 King Street, Manchester, England
The clean rooms at Hotel Gotham get good marks from our customers. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Piccadilly Gardens. Free WiFi in public areas, a restaurant and a bar are available. This 5-star hotel has 60 rooms. Each room includes amenities such as free WiFi and a flat-screen TV.
£70
Malmaison Manchester

Malmaison Manchester

4.0 out of 5.0 1-3 Piccadilly, Manchester, England
Our customers tell us that they enjoy the shopping around Malmaison Manchester. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from The Gay Village. A full-service spa, a restaurant and a fitness centre are available. Built in 1904, this 4-star hotel has 167 rooms over 5 floors. Enjoy your stay with amenities like free WiFi and a flat-screen TV in each room.
£63
Manchester Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel

Manchester Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0 Water Street, Manchester, England
The comfortable rooms at Manchester Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel get high marks from our customers. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Manchester Opera House. You'll find features such as free WiFi in public areas, plus a restaurant and a bar. Built in 1844, this 4-star hotel has 148 rooms over 4 floors. All rooms offer free WiFi and LCD TVs.
£60
Whitworth Locke

Whitworth Locke

4.0 out of 5.0 74 Princess St., Manchester, England
Our customers tell us that they can't get enough of the spacious aparthotels at Whitworth Locke. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from The Gay Village. Features include free WiFi in public areas, plus a restaurant and a bar. Built in 1850, this 4-star aparthotel has 160 aparthotels over 5 floors. Enjoy your stay with amenities like free WiFi and an LED TV in each apartment.
£89
CitySuites Aparthotel

CitySuites Aparthotel

5.0 out of 5.0 16 Chapel Street, Manchester, England
Our customers tell us that they can't get enough of the pool at CitySuites Aparthotel. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Manchester Arena. Enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas, plus an indoor pool and a restaurant. This 5-star aparthotel has 237 aparthotels. Each apartment includes amenities such as free WiFi and a kitchen.
£76
Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa

Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa

4.0 out of 5.0 London Road, Manchester, England
The comfortable rooms at Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa get high marks from our customers. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from The Gay Village. Enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas, plus a full-service spa and a restaurant. Built in 2006, this 4-star hotel has 338 rooms over 8 floors. All rooms offer flat-screen TVs and coffee makers.
£116
The Lowry Hotel

The Lowry Hotel

5.0 out of 5.0 50 Dearmans Place, Manchester, England
Our customers tell us they can't get enough of The Lowry Hotel's great location. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Manchester Opera House. Enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas, plus a full-service spa and a restaurant. Built in 2001, this 5-star hotel has 165 rooms over 8 floors. Enjoy your stay with amenities like free WiFi and a Select Comfort bed in each room.
£60
The Midland - Manchester

The Midland - Manchester

4.0 out of 5.0 16 Peter Street, Manchester, England
The Midland - Manchester's great location gets high marks from our customers. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Manchester Opera House. Free WiFi in public areas, 3 restaurants and an indoor pool are available. Built in 1903, this 4-star hotel has 312 rooms over 6 floors. Each room includes amenities such as free WiFi and a flat-screen TV.
£56
Staycity Aparthotel Manchester Piccadilly

Staycity Aparthotel Manchester Piccadilly

4.0 out of 5.0 8B Gateway House, Piccadilly Station Approach, Manchester, England
Our customers tell us they can't get enough of Staycity Aparthotel Manchester Piccadilly's central location. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from The Gay Village. Free WiFi in public areas, a fitness centre and a bar are available. Built in 2017, this 4-star aparthotel has 182 aparthotels. Each apartment offers free WiFi and a kitchen.
£72
Clayton Hotel, Manchester Airport

Clayton Hotel, Manchester Airport

4.0 out of 5.0 Outwood Lane, Manchester Airport, Manchester, England
The comfortable rooms at Clayton Hotel, Manchester Airport get high marks from our customers. During your stay, you'll be close to Quarry Bank Mill and Styal Estate. Free WiFi in public areas, a free round-trip airport shuttle and free train pick-up service are available. This 4-star hotel has 365 rooms over 8 floors. Each room includes amenities such as cable TV channels and a coffee maker.
£60
Roomzzz Manchester Corn Exchange

Roomzzz Manchester Corn Exchange

4.0 out of 5.0 Corn Exchange, 37 Hanging Ditch, Manchester, England
Our customers tell us that they can't get enough of the spacious aparthotels at Roomzzz Manchester Corn Exchange. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from Manchester Arena. Free WiFi in public areas, a 24-hour fitness centre and dry cleaning service are available. This 4-star aparthotel has 114 aparthotels. Free WiFi and a kitchenette are available in each apartment.
£130
King Street Townhouse

King Street Townhouse

4.0 out of 5.0 10 Booth Street, Manchester, England
Our customers tell us that they can't get enough of the helpful staff at King Street Townhouse. During your stay, you're just a quick walk from The Gay Village. Enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas, plus an outdoor pool and a restaurant. This 4-star hotel has 40 rooms. All rooms offer free WiFi and flat-screen TVs.

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City guide – Manchester, England


Commonly called the second city of the United Kingdom, many regular visitors would rather travel to Manchester than any other city in England. Known worldwide for its major football clubs, Manchester also houses a lively music scene, plus architectural delights like the Gothic John Rylands Library, Manchester Cathedral and Arley Hall & Gardens – a wondrous Victorian mansion. Several shopping centres ensure that you can find souvenirs in boutiques, designer and high street stores, while restaurants like Manchester House Restaurant and Lounge and The French Restaurant, where many celebrities including Posh and Becks have dined, are difficult to rival.           
 

History

Manchester is described by many historians as the world's first industrial city due to its role in cotton and coal production in the late 1700s. The building of Bridgewater Canal, one of England's first canals, helped hasten the transportation of these products into Manchester in 1761. When the canal was finished, Manchester had yet to open its first school, library or theatre, and the city's population was just 22,000 in 1773. By 1823, that figure jumped to around 108,000, and it would peak at 766,000 in 1931.
 

Things to see and do

Music
The music scene in Manchester has helped shape the careers of some of the world's most beloved musicians including the Bee Gees, Oasis and Morrissey. In the spring of 1965, three bands from Manchester — the Dreamers, Herman's Hermits, and Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders — filled the top three spots of the Billboard Hot 100.

Much of the world's most popular music today is regularly performed at the 21,000-seat Manchester Arena, one of the planet's busiest facilities along with London's O2 Arena and Madison Square Garden in New York. Many of the more than 250 events that take place at Manchester Arena every year are musical concerts.

Live shows also take place in front of tens of thousands of people at Old Trafford cricket ground and the City of Manchester Stadium, while some of the more intimate concert venues here include the O2 Apollo Manchester, Manchester Academy and Manchester Central.
 

Football

This football-mad city is enviable as the home of some pretty incredible football history as well as a pair of famous modern-era clubs. In 1888, the world's first professional league was founded at the Royal Hotel in Manchester. Years later, Manchester United and Manchester City combined to win seven of eight Premier League titles from the 2006-07 season through to the 2013-14 campaign. City plays two miles east of the centre at the City of Manchester Stadium, and United's Old Trafford is three miles to the west.

Annual festivals


Sporting events
Several fun festivals take place in Manchester so you might want to want to schedule your trip to coincide with them. Sports fans should consider attending the British National Squash Championships, which are held at the National Squash Centre every February. Those with Irish blood, or those who simply want to be Irish for a couple of weeks, are encouraged to visit during the Manchester Irish Festival in March – its St. Patrick's Day parade is especially popular.

Runners can join 38,000 likeminded people for the Great Manchester Run, a 10-kilometre race held every May, while the Great Manchester Cycle race takes place on a 13-mile course in June.

Arts and cultural events


The Manchester International, a cultural gathering focused on new art, is held in June and July every other year. Party enthusiasts will want to make the trip to Manchester at some point between September and New Year's Day to take in the Warehouse Project and the tremendous industrial energy that surrounds this special club night in the city.  

Climate

Contrary to popular belief, it actually rains less in Manchester than it does in the United Kingdom in general; Manchester's annual rainfall totals 1,125 millimetres. High temperatures in the summer usually reach 21 degrees Celsius while winter temperatures normally stay just above the freezing mark. Snow falls here between November and February – although it doesn’t occur every year.

Getting to Manchester

Manchester Airport is the country's largest outside of the London metropolitan area, and it serves passengers flying in from major cities situated throughout Europe and the world. Some of the most popular airlines that serve this airport include easyJet, Flybe, Jet2.com, Monarch Airlines, Ryanair and Thomas Cook Airlines. Free Wi-Fi is available in all of its terminals, and many business travellers enjoy spending time in the Escape Lounges.

Those using public transportation can get into the city by taking one of the trains that depart Manchester Airport railway station, which is conveniently situated between Terminals 1 and 2. Once in the city, you will find that it is very easy to get around by using public transportation.

Manchester Metrolink will be the country's largest tram network once renovations are completed in 2016; Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria are two of England's busiest railway stations. Several bus companies provide further transportation options for those looking to get around Manchester.

This city is actually one of the most historic places in the world for rail travel. Liverpool Road railway station, which was open from 1830-44, served as a terminus for the oldest inter-city passenger railway in the world, the Liverpool and Manchester Railway.

Once you have your travel dates in mind, use our search function to choose from a wide array of hotels situated in Greater Manchester.
 

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