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Manchester was the world’s first industrialised city, a powerhouse of textile manufacturing with a canal that allowed it to become a bustling port. The decline of the industrial era took its toll, but over the last couple of decades Manchester has been redesigned and regenerated, and now it’s back, glittering with new glass and concrete, and bursting with civic pride. Manchester’s incredible array of architecture has been updated and appreciated anew, with many buildings converted into fancy restaurants, boutiques and hotels. Our pick of the best places to stay in Manchester is a wide ranging mix, with everything on offer from five star luxury stays to pubs with rooms and chic little B&Bs. There really is something for all tastes and budgets here — there’s even a football themed hotel, which makes sense in a city with two world class football teams.

Today’s Manchester is a big bustling city, with a myriad of reasons you might want to visit. The Piccadilly district is the place for shoppers and diners, the funky Northern Quarter is growing as a centre for galleries and cafes, while Salford is developing fast as Manchester's "Left Bank"! Chinatown, which is centred around George Street has been a feature of the city since the 1970s and is packed with restaurants, shops and karaoke bars. If you’re here for a taste of the nightlife, the best places to stay in Manchester may well be around the Millennium Quarter, which is also where you’ll find the cathedral and a number of high-end boutiques. Avid sightseers should consider the The Quays, where you'll find the Imperial War Museum North and The Lowry — home to the city of Salford’s collection of paintings by L.S. Lowry — or around Castlefield, where you’ll see the remains of the original Roman settlement.

The Best Places to Stay in Manchester

For Grand Dame Charm

  • Amongst Manchester’s many hotel conversions, the Kimpton Clocktower Hotel is one of the grandest, converted from a Grade II listed city landmark. The original features that have been maintained include vast open spaces with marble floors and fireplaces, stained glass windows, atriums, and stone pillars, You'll find suites with wood panelling, Victorian tile-work, and more than double height ceilings, with windows to match. The restaurant is popular with locals, as well as with guests, as are the hotel’s two bars. The best thing about a hotel this size is that it can be super romantic, while also being family friendly — the family suites are spacious and well laid out, or there’s a selection of interconnecting rooms, and there’s a kids’ menu in the restaurant.
  • The Midland Manchester is another grand dame pick. Recently refurbished, it now offers an aesthetic of classic luxury, in shades of pale grey and chrome. There’s still plenty of tradition here, though, from afternoon tea under the atrium, to tortoise shell vanity units. Expect the finer things in the 312 rooms and suites, plus fine dining in the two restaurants, style in the bar, and a long treatment menu in the spa.

For Cool Kids

  • Hotel Gotham is a name that might be hard to live up to, but this hotel does it with ease. The vibe is Art Deco, glamorously moody enough for Batman, but it would be a Batman film made by Wes Anderson — what with the fab traditional bellboys uniforms, typewriters on the walls, and black and white chevroned floors. There are 60 rooms in a good range of sizes, and the hotel’s restaurant, Honey, is becoming one of the chicest places to eat out in Manchester.
  • The Edwardian is a grand conversion with a very contemporary finish. Outside this is Manchester’s historic Free Trade Hall, right in the centre of things, close to St. Peter’s Square, but inside it’s all clean edges and bright white finishes. The ground floor, with its high ceilings and open spaces, has hotel reception, the restaurants and bar, while the vaults, downstairs have been converted into a spa. The 263 rooms and suites are arranged on the top floors, offering many options when it comes to size and shape. Great location, great cocktails, and a lively vibe.

For a Fun City Break

  • Abode Manchester is a really clever Victorian cotton warehouse conversion, where the 61 rooms and suites, plus stylish common areas, all feature nods to their past, but feel fresh and contemporary as well. Think parquet flooring, black and white tiles, and ironwork columns, but with fantastic library themed murals and lots of whitewash. The higher you climb the Grade II listed original staircase the larger your room, staring from Comfortable, and ending in apartment-sized suites called Fabulous on Fifth. The brasserie buzzes, and the bar hosts DJs.
  • The Hotel Brooklyn is a Brooklyn NYC inspired hotel close to Canal Street and the bars of the Northern Quarter. It’s big, with 189 warehouse style rooms, and decor that includes high ceilings, exposed brickwork and piping, polished concrete and bold-lux fabrics and wallpapers. The restaurant and bar are unsurprisingly New York themed too. Surprisingly family friendly, and you’re allowed one dog per room, suite or apartment.
  • Dakota Manchester is another hip Northern Quarter pick. Its 137 rooms and suites are decorated with a masculine feel, and plenty of gunmetal grey. It feels stylishly moody, and spacious enough to have Art Deco-style large furniture. We like the enormous windows and contemporary art. The bar and restaurant are lively, to match the location, and the menu riffs on British classics. Glamorous fun.
  • Great John Street is a chic school conversion in the centre of Manchester, close to the Opera House and the Science and Industry Museum. There are just 30 rooms and suites, all of them unique, and while there’s no restaurant, there is a super cool rooftop lounge and bar.

For Luxury

  • The Stock Exchange Hotel occupies Manchester’s former Stock Exchange, but the building is not as big as you’d think, because the hotel conversion has just 40 rooms and suites. The grand lobby space certainly has some of the notes of old banking, but generally the design is very contemporary. Rooms and suites offer luxury as standard and there's a fun 1920s style subterranean bar championing cocktails and music!

For Shoppers

  • The Malmaison Manchester is a large and clever conversion, with plenty of style and great facilities. Guests can also enjoy French and British cuisine, and superb cocktails in a hip cocktail bar. There's also a luxurious spa, with a sauna and in-room treatment options; a gym; and several small, private screening rooms. A short walk to the shopping on King Street.

On the Waterfront

  • The Lowry Hotel is an elegant, contemporary, glass-fronted building overlooking the River Irwell from its position on the livelier ‘left bank’. It’s big, light and contemporary inside. As well as the 165 spacious rooms and suites, The Lowry has a large QMS Skin Spa, a riverfront bar and grill and a gym. Elegant, and conveniently located.

Great Aparthotels

  • Whitworth Locke is a stylish, and well positioned aparthotel, with a huge range of apartments, all decorated with simple Scandi style and a blush pink colour scheme. Converted from a 19th century cotton factory, this collection more than a hundred apartments also offers communal working space, a beautiful conservatory bar, a restaurant, cafe, a gym with fitness classes, and a 24 hour front desk. Each apartment has a kitchen, some of them quite high end. Family- and pet- friendly options too.
  • Native Manchester is another cool warehouse conversion. It’s big, with 162 rooms, suites and apartments, all spaciously laid out, with industrial detailing, exposed brickwork, plush fabrics and blue and gold kitchenettes. All the rooms are laid out around a central atrium allowing lots of natural light. below that, on the ground floor, is the hotel’s buzzing hub, with work space, a cafe and deli, restaurant, bar, gym, terrace, and mini cinema. Just outside the door are more great places to eat and drink. Ideal for a longer stay too.

For a Lively Atmosphere

  • The DogHouse Manchester is BrewDog’s hotel offering. It’s well located, and both the rooftop and downstairs bars are well frequented by guests as well as locals. BrewDog beers are served, plus cocktails, and hearty cuisine. The decor blends industrial and mid-century cool — with beer! And if you want you have the option of opening up an in-room draught tap.

For Families

  • The Hotel Football is a cracking spot, offering views of Old Trafford, and owned by five former players. There are some cute details, but the decor is contemporary and monochromatic, the rooms simple and spacious, and the restaurant is family-friendly. The range of interconnecting rooms and family rooms is good too — they call them ‘Squad’ rooms!

For Couples

  • The King Street Townhouse is a 40 room hotel, behind a wonderfully grand facade in a fantastic central spot. The style is classic, with boutique features. We like the size, but also the fantastic rooftop terrace and infinity pool overlooking the city! The spa has pretty incredible views too.
  • Velvet is its 19 rooms and suites has been individually designed and decorated, and there’s an interesting collection of oddly shaped baths. The location, on hip and gay-friendly Canal Street, is perfect for a romantic break.

For a Peaceful Pick

  • Eleven Didsbury Park is a charmingly converted Victorian villa close to the airport, with 19 rooms, a small gym and a mature walled-garden, but no restaurant. It will be too off-centre for some, but ideal for anyone prioritising peace and quiet, or else heading off to the airport.

For Great Value

  • The Cow Hollow is a 16 room textile warehouse conversion close to the trendy Northern Quarter. Each of the rooms has been individually decorated, with a preference for exposed brick, marble in the bathrooms and lamps with linen shades that cast a pleasingly muted light. There’s no restaurant, but they serve breakfast in the cafe.
  • Off-centre, but offering easy access to Manchester’s hubs, the Ainscow Hotel is a great value, industrial chic pick, with 70 rooms and suites decorated in simple shapes and a monochrome colour scheme, but with pops of orange. Plus there's a roof terrace and restaurant, and a gym.
  • Roomzzz, Manchester City has a bit of a gimmicky name, but the idea is a solid one: offer simple, contemporary accommodation, including rooms and apartments, close to Manchester’s city centre, and for a reasonable price. There are 59 rooms and apartments to choose from, in a good range of shapes and sizes, and if you need a full kitchen with a dishwasher you can have one here. The rooms have been arranged within a quirky Victorian building, so there’s plenty of variety — some of the rooms have lots of natural light and views, while some exposed beams. There’s no restaurant, but the hotel offers a ‘grab’n’go’ breakfast each morning.

Prefer a Private Apartment?

  • If you'd prefer the privacy of a self-catering option then browse through the wide variety available online with our partner, Booking.com.

Travel Information

  • Outside of London, Manchester Airport is the UK’s largest with connections to hundreds of locations worldwide. It’s about 20 minutes outside the centre of town by car or train. Manchester has several major rail stations too: Manchester Oxford Road, Manchester Victoria, and Manchester Piccadilly, which is to the south of the centre, and where you’ll arrive if you travel up from London (it takes just over two hours direct from Euston).
  • If you want to hire a car we recommend you visit our online partner, Rentalcars.
  • It's unlikely you're visiting Manchester for the weather, but the city's warmest months are also the busiest as far as festivals and events, so this is also the busiest time as far as accommodation, and numbers of people in town. This is a big city, with events on year round — including the football — so we recommend you compare dates for events before you book. And don't forget to pack your wet weather gear, whatever time of year you're visiting.

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Best Hotels in Manchester

  • Ainscow Hotel Manchester (Trinity Way) 70 rooms from £89

    Value chic  -  A stylish hotel offered at a very reasonable rate.
    Restaurant  -  Recommended.
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    A stylish hotel with easy access to Manchester's centre. Industrial style rooms feature exposed brick, grey tones, crisp white linen and pops of orange from the soft furnishings. The roof terrace bar and excellent restaurant are enticing spots to return to after a day spent exploring the city. See More

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  • ABode Manchester Manchester 61 rooms from £95

    City Style  -  Victorian warehouse conversion turned trendy boutique hotel with parquet floors, high ceilings and fun young crowd.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Full of character
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
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    Victorian warehouse building turned trendy boutique hotel. Contemporary rooms feature chic design with subtle nods to their past in parquet flooring and ironwork columns, not to mention super comfy beds. Buzzy Brasserie Abode offers great food and resident DJs for those who want to stay in! See More

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  • Whitworth Locke Manchester 160 rooms from £99

    City Style  -  With private apartments and trendy common spaces including a cafe, restaurant, & co-workiung space — this is modern city living
    Business meetings  -  There's a spacious co-working lounge making this ideal for either meetings or those travelling on business
    Restaurant  -  Peru Perdu serves Peruvian inspired dishes
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.
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    A stylish apart-hotel set in the heart of the city. Each apartment is individual but all are decorated in chic pinks and feature luxe kitchens and Scandi-style furniture. Downstairs expect a range of hip common areas with co-working, a coffee bar, and a Peruvian restaurant. Ideal for creative types. See More

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  • Hotel Football Manchester 133 rooms from £99

    Families  -  Kid heaven! On site retro sweetshop, free sweet minibar in every room, fantastic children's menu and of course- the stadium!
    Sights nearby  -  Of course the main draw here is the hotel's location overlooking Old Trafford Football stadium
    Restaurant  -  Casual and hearty fare is served at Cafe Football
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
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    The only destination for a Manchester United fan- owned by 5 former players and overlooking the Old Trafford Football stadium. Comfortable modern bedrooms, a family-friendly restaurant, and contemporary interiors flecked with football-related artworks. Charmingly quirky. See More

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  • Roomzzz, Manchester City Manchester 59 rooms from £109

    Local exploring  -  Ideal for those looking to sample all that Manchester has to offer; great nightlife, China Town & the university are all nearby
    Groups  -  The Penthouse Suite boasts two private bedrooms set on two separate floors; ideal for groups or families after privacy
    Self catering to rent  -  Every room comes with a fully-stocked kitchen featuring hob, microwave / grill combination; some have dishwashers
    Close to nightlife  -  Located on the edge of the city's China Town & Gay Village; this is a great spot for night owls & party animals
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    Cool & contemporary apartment hotel in Manchester's city centre. Victorian exterior blends seamlessly with fresh & modern decor; spacious suites with workspaces & full kitchens have been designed with longer stays in mind. The feel of home with hotel amenities; a complete steal in the heart of town. See More

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  • Velvet Manchester 19 rooms from £109

    Restrictions on children
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Quirky  -  An experience!
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    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, Good Hotel Guide

    Boho chic meets glitzy cosmopolitan in this downtown boutique, a 'decadently camp' conversion in an old textile mill. Lively and romantic. See More

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  • Hotel Brooklyn Manchester 189 rooms from £116

    Local exploring  -  Well positioned with Canal St, Manchester’s gay village, shops, the universities, and Manchester Art Gallery all nearby
    City Style  -  With a hip warehouse feel inspired by Brooklyn NYC, this is a stylish city base
    Disabled access  -  18 rooms are all individually designed for different requirements
    Restaurant  -  Runyon’s bar and restaurant serves a casual menu of American fare and pub classics
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    A stylish hotel in the heart of the city on Portland Street. Inspired by Brooklyn NYC, this hip property has a warehouse feel with high ceilings, exposed brickwork, polished concrete, and exposed piping. A lively restaurant and bar serves casual American fare and pub classics. A fun city base. See More

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  • Dakota Manchester Manchester 137 rooms from £125

    Local exploring  -  Well positioned beside the hip Northern Quarter with many of the city's main attractions just a stroll away
    City Style  -  Glamorous, moody, and very stylish — this is a grownup stay perfect for a chic city break
    Restaurant  -  Reimagined British classics are served at the Dakota Bar & Grill
    Whirlpool Bathtub  -  An enormous sunken whirlpool tub in the Grand Deluxe Suite
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    A stylish contemporary hotel set near the hip Northern Quarter. Spacious rooms and suites are decorated in chic grey hues, enormous windows, and modern art. The best has a sunken whirlpool tub. With a lively restaurant and bar and a convenient location, this is ideal for a sleek city break. See More

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  • The Cow Hollow Manchester (Northern Quarter) 16 rooms from £129

    Value chic  -  Contemporary design of exposed brick, fireplaces and metal staircases giving this once-textile factory a chic industrial feel
    Local exploring  -  Located in Manchester's trendy Northern Quarter - buzzing restaurants, music venues, bars, galleries and more just steps away
    Short break  -  A boutique city hotel offering excellent service; rooms come with Netflix, prosecco, speakers and more...
    City Style  -  Stylish hotel and great location in bustling Manchester
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    A historic textile warehouse-turned city boutique hotel; Victorian antiques are stylishly juxtaposed with modern decor. Rooms are chic and comfortable complete with marble bathrooms and exposed brick walls. Located in Manchester's trendy Northern Quarter, a vibrant urban atmosphere surrounds. See More

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  • The White Hart at Lydgate Manchester 16 rooms from £135

    Families  -  With family suites, a large garden for little ones to run around in, and a laidback feel — this is a good option for families
    Foodies  -  The head chef (who worked with Raymond Blanc) has created a superb menu ranging from pub classics to an innovative tasting menu
    Great walks  -  Take the walking trails right from the village up to Saddleworth Moor
    Restaurant  -  Recommended.
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    A classic village pub with standout pub fare & chic design. Rooms are each individually styled and keep the building's original features such as exposed beams and slanted roofs, however, the feel is fresh and contemporary. The restaurant is the real lure along with the local walks. A charming stay. See More

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  • Malmaison Manchester Manchester 167 rooms from £135

    City Style  -  Centrally located Victorian Warehouse turned stylish boutique hotel, complete with spoiling spa and trendy bar.
    Great walks  -  Just five minutes down the road is the scenic oasis of Piccadilly Gardens, perfect for an afternoons stroll.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
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    A chic warehouse conversion, in central Manchester. Contemporary rooms offer comfort, style and unique charm, as well as all the needed mod-cons. Enjoy the French and British dishes at the restaurant and phenomenal cocktails at the lively bar. On site spa, gym and sauna — utterly spoiling! See More

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  • Oddfellows On The Park Manchester (Cheadle) 22 rooms from £135

    Active Holiday  -  Make use of the free bikes available to explore the area or head off on foot to traverse the parklands
    Foodies  -  Oddfellows On The Park serves up delicious gourmet cuisine!
    Sights nearby  -  Be sure to see the Manchester Apollo, Old Trafford Stadium or The Palace Theatre
    Great walks  -  The Peak District is only a short distance away
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    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith, Design Hotels

    Oddfellows On The Park is a Victorian mansion located in Cheadle, a short distance from Manchester. Luxurious individual rooms furnished in a quirky and designer manner. Enjoy a refreshing cocktail from the Stud Room Bar and superb meals at the Galloping Major restaurant. A first-rate stay! See More

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  • Native Manchester Manchester 162 rooms from £145

    Groups  -  Ideal for a group trip to Manchester- several of the hip apartments interconnect through private external hallways
    Local markets  -  Check out nearby Ancoats, the trendy hub of Manchesters eclectic food and drink scene
    Restaurant  -  Serving all day
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.
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    A former warehouse turned luxury hotel in Manchester's trendy Northern Quarter. Palatial apartments featuring exposed brick walls, plush fabrics, and blue and gold kitchenettes. The ground floor social club offers fantastic food, drinks, a gym and to top it all off- a cinema. Urban-chic. See More

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  • DogHouse Manchester Manchester 18 rooms from £145

    Lively  -  The lively BrewHouse bar and the option to have an in-room beer tap or/and a stocked in-shower beer fridge make this a fun stay
    Local exploring  -  Boasting a very central location, it is a five-minute walk from the bars, shops and restaurants in the Northern Quarter
    Restaurant  -  The restaurant serves hearty food to go with beer such as burgers and wings
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    BrewDog's hotel offering set right in the heart of the city. The bars (both rooftop & downstairs) are lively with hearty cuisine, BrewDog beers, plus excellent cocktails. Rooms feature neon lights above the beds, record players & vinyl, and the option for an in-room draught tap. A fun stay. See More

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  • Eleven Didsbury Park Manchester (Didsbury Village) 19 rooms from £150

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    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Michelin Travel

    Quietish out of town Victorian villa hotel near the airport, with a charming walled garden, gym but no restaurant. Good for business stopovers. See More

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  • Kimpton Clocktower Hotel Manchester 270 rooms from £155

    Families  -  Well set-up for those with kids; there are activity packs on arrival, kid's menus, interconnecting rooms & travel cots provided
    Local exploring  -  Fantastically located on Oxford Street works for all types of trips whether in town for culture, shopping, nightlife or work
    Business meetings  -  The Ballroom is the largest event space in the North of England, plus there's a series of modern meeting & conference rooms
    City Style  -  Desintation in itself; a wonderful example of a heritage property transformed into glamourous 21st century luxury hotel
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    Recommended by  -  CN Traveller

    An opulent Victorian building turned into a deluxe hotel in the city centre. Stylish rooms boast all the mod cons yet nod to the past with stunning wood panelling, high ceilings & original brickwork. Imposing yet inviting public areas & restaurants are very popular with locals. Cool grand dame. See More

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  • The Edwardian Manchester 263 rooms from £197

    City Style  -  See Manchester in style- cocktails by famed mixologists, fantastic fusion small plates, pampering massages and a steamy hammam
    Sights nearby  -  Perfectly placed to check out Manchester Art Gallery, the Museum of Science and Industry, and John Rylands Library
    Restaurant  -  Peter Street Kitchen serves Mexican and Japanese small plates while The Library offers Parisian-inspired menus
    Spa  -  The spa offers a wide range of treatments plus it has a hot tub, steam room, sauna, and relaxation area
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    Manchester's Free Trade Hall reimagined as a five-star contemporary hotel. A marriage of old and new, from the collonaded bar area to the purpose-built rooms and the spa's relaxation room housed in the former vaults. Enjoy fantastic fusion small plates and cocktails at Peter Street Kitchen. See More

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  • The Midland Manchester Manchester 312 rooms from £215

    Total relaxation  -  Plush suites, luxury spa, pampering aromatherapy rooms and award winning food are a combination guranteed to end in relaxation.
    Foodies  -  Boasting two award winning retaurtants, The French by Simon Rogan (four AA Rosettes) and Mr Cooper's House & Garden
    Sights nearby  -  Perfetly located for catching a show at the Palace Theatre, the Library Theatre or the Opera.
    Restaurant  -  The French restaurant has 2 AA Rosettes
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    Manchester's recently refurbished grand old dame retains its traditional feel while providing top notch contemporary service. The sumptuous rooms boast fine antiques, plush linens and luxurious feel. A gourmet experience from afternoon tea to the city's premier fine dining restaurant. See More

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  • King Street Townhouse Manchester 40 rooms from £216

    Local markets  -  Manchester Christmas Market is an absolute must if you're visiting during the Festive Period
    Great walks  -  Spend your days wandering around Manchester's bustling streets getting a feel for the place
    Sights nearby  -  Sports fans should definitely head off on tours of Old Trafford and the Etihad Stadium
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    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith

    King Street Townhouse enjoys a fabulous location in the centre of Manchester. The rooms are classical in style, featuring plenty of muted tones and upmarket furnishings. All the mod cons you'd expect from a self-acclaimed "baby grand hotel". The ideal smart city stay! See More

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  • The Lowry Hotel Manchester (Chapel Wharf) 165 rooms from £228

    City Style  -  Magnificant glass fronted building wonderfully located, overlooking the River Irwell, sleek interiors and effortless style.
    Sights nearby  -  Manchester Cathedral and The People’s History Museum are both walking distance and well worth checking out.
    Views  -  Of the River Irwell.
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
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    Recommended by  -  Tablet, Kiwi Collection

    Chic styling and tasteful artworks throughout make this hotel Manchester's premier one. Enjoy the plush contemporary rooms spectacular views and all the mod-cons. River Bar & Grill is on the buzzy 'Left Bank' of the River Irwell, offering great British-style cuisine. See More

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  • Stock Exchange Hotel Manchester 40 rooms from £244

    Foodies  -  The Bull & Bear restaurant headed by renowned chef Tom Kerridge offers up a British menu that is worthy of a visit alone
    City Style  -  A chic and luxorious gem- central location and contemorary comforts meet turn-of-the-century glamour and joie de vivre
    Opulent
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
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    Recommended by  -  Small Luxury Hotels

    Manchester's former Stock Exchange, reborn as a fabulously opulent timeless hotel. The lobby's high domed ceilings and stained glass windows, give way to rooms offering muted tones, marble bathrooms and luxurious bedding. Enjoy refined English fare and world-class wines at the sublime restaurant. See More

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  • Great John Street Manchester 30 rooms from £245

    Downtown  -  A stone's throw from the exclusive shopping areas, restaurants and theatres
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    Chic school house conversion in the centre of town, no restaurant but funky bar and rooftop lounge. Popular with business visitors. See More

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  • Didsbury House Hotel Manchester (Didsbury Village) 27 rooms from £245

    Restaurant  -  Recommended.
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    Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Michelin Travel

    Victorian villa meets contemporary interiors in tranquil suburb of Didsbury. Relaxing spa treatments, garden terrace, lounge. Breakfast included. See More

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  • Hotel Gotham Manchester 60 rooms from £245

    City Style  -  A theatrical and decadent masterpiece in the heart of Manchester, perfect for an indulgent weekend away.
    Writing a novel  -  The weird and wonderful 1920's vibes will be sure to inspire you to put pen to paper.
    Great walks  -  Head out for a breath of fresh air in the nearby Piccadilly Gardens.
    Local markets  -  Don't miss out the Manchester Christmas Market in December.
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    Recommended by  -  I Escape, Tablet

    An excellent five-star hotel in central Manchester, with a taste for the decadent. The luxurious rooms are decorated in a definitively art-deco style, a theme that is replicated in the hotel's trendy, modern restaurant. Perfect for a vibrant visit to the UK's party city. See More

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