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Manchester, England, United Kingdom
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£118+
Excellent 2122 reviews
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Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester
£52+
Excellent 2808 reviews
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Park Inn by Radisson Manchester City Centre
£33+
Good 9828 reviews
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Britannia Hotel Manchester
£66+
Good 4046 reviews
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Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel
£32+
OK 5401 reviews
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Britannia Sachas Hotel
£43+
OK 1 reviews
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Best Western Willow Bank Hotel
£94+
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Macdonald Townhouse Manchester
£84+
Excellent 3234 reviews
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Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa
£125+
Excellent 1858 reviews
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Hilton Manchester Deansgate
£58+
Good 3 reviews
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The Palace Hotel
£93+
Excellent 1897 reviews
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Arora Hotel Manchester
£98+
Excellent 1364 reviews
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The Midland - Qhotels
£94+
Excellent 2516 reviews
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The Place Aparthotel
£38+
Good 1762 reviews
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Gardens Hotel
£65+
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Jurys Inn Manchester
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£117+
Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester
£52+
Park Inn by Radisson Manchester City Centre
£33+
Britannia Hotel Manchester
£65+
Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel
£32+
Britannia Sachas Hotel
£42+
Best Western Willow Bank Hotel
£93+
Macdonald Townhouse Manchester
£84+
Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa
£124+
Hilton Manchester Deansgate
£57+
The Palace Hotel
£93+
Arora Hotel Manchester
£98+
The Midland - Qhotels
£94+
The Place Aparthotel
£37+
Gardens Hotel
£64+
Jurys Inn Manchester
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Manchester, a ground-breaking and vibrant city

A jewel in the landscape of North West England, Manchester was the first industrialised city in the world, the place where scientists split the atom, the home of communism and capitalism, and is regarded as the birthplace of Women’s Suf Read more.

Manchester, a ground-breaking and vibrant city

A jewel in the landscape of North West England, Manchester was the first industrialised city in the world, the place where scientists split the atom, the home of communism and capitalism, and is regarded as the birthplace of Women’s Suffrage in the UK. With such a powerful history, it’s no wonder Manchester continues to pique the interest of many a curious traveller.

Alternative shopping, food and Banksy

Manchester abounds in artistic, architectural and theatrical delights and is often referred to as the UK’s most thriving music scene. Even Banksy left his mark there, which you can see preserved, albeit rather disappointingly, in the Northern Quarter. It’s worth noting, Manchester’s Northern Quarter is also known for its diverse selection of vegan and vegetarian food, as well being the home of Afflecks, the eclectic, multi-storey emporium of vintage, punk, gothic and indie shopping. You need more than one day to cover the top notch vintage stores scattered across the rest of Manchester, so if that’s your vibe, plan ahead. For a high street and big brand shopping experience, head to King Street.

The Quays, located just west of the CBD, are a great example of urban regeneration and a destination favoured by tourists to Manchester. Here you can find the Imperial War Museum, The Lowry cultural precinct, a variety of watersports and an array of bars and restaurants. A leisurely stroll along the waterfront is highly recommended.

Travelling to and getting around in Manchester

Manchester has its own international airport, serving flights from Asia, Africa, Oceania and the Americas, so with any luck, you can make your way directly there. A two hour train ride from London will also deliver you to one of the major train stations within Manchester. Once you’re there, the bus, train and tram systems form an effective network throughout Greater Manchester and provide frequent services. Much of the city can be covered on foot, which is made more comfortable by the many pedestrian-only zones and relatively flat geography. Guided walks are of course available, but given you can traverse the city end-to-end in around twenty minutes, all you really need is a map and a keen eye for the next culinary or shopping experience. Walkit is a great app to assist you in planning your route.

Book a unique stay in Manchester

Manchester’s creative centre, the Northern Quarter, is full of character, independent businesses, galleries, boutiques and record stores and is an excellent choice for a uniquely Manchester experience. Here you’ll find a selection of alternatives to traditional hotels. The city centre, with its impressive modern architecture and sites of historical significance, has a range of mid to high-end hotels offering accommodation to match all levels of desired luxury. For proximity to Manchester’s ‘cultural corridor’ and its numerous galleries, museums and theatres, book a room near Oxford Road. For summer visits, hotels in the Castlefield neighbourhood will provide quick access to one of Manchester’s most attractive outdoor spots, boasting nostalgic railway arches, canals, locks and cobblestones.

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