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Manchester has a wide range of accommodation on offer to suit all needs and requirements from luxurious boutique spa hotels to the budget chain hotels.
If a night out is required in Manchester then you will not be disappointed with a number of specialist and popular nightclubs catering for all music needs with everything from dance, soul and popular indie music catered for. Don’t be surprised to stumble upon talented local musicians in many of the city’s popular clubs and bars; music is in the blood of many Mancunians.
For a complete view of Manchester and all its landmarks stop by Piccadilly Gardens in the city centre and enjoy a ride on the Wheel of Manchester where you can sit back and enjoy panoramic views of the city, ideal for planning your visit from.
A popular destination on any visit to Manchester is of course Granada Studios, the home of the great British soap Coronation Street. Members of the public are able to wonder down Britain’s most famous cobbled street where the show was filmed for over 50 years making it a true British institution.
Fans of football or those looking to experience an English match day atmosphere for the first time, then Manchester, a city with a deep footballing divide with two teams playing at the top of the English game is well worth a visit. Whether you’re a fan of the Red Devils of Manchester Utd or a Sky Blue Manchester City fan, or maybe you’re just a fan of football itself, a trip to Old Trafford or the Ethihad Stadium will give you a match day experience to remember for many years to come.
For art and science lovers Manchester is a gold mine of interest with Whitworth Art Gallery, the Lowry Art and Entertainment Complex and the Museum of Science & Industry all giving you ample choice where visitors are advised to set aside at least four hours for a visit where you will be taken on a journey through Manchester’s rich heritage. See first-hand what it was like to work in a Cotton Mill as well as observe the world’s largest collection of steam mill engines. For a closer in depth look at the Great War then the Imperial War Museum is also well worth a visit.
Manchester City Centre has many great shops ranging from high street brands that we’re all familiar with to smaller boutique shops where you can pick up something unique to take home. Venture out of the city centre towards the Trafford Centre, a huge multi-story shopping centre that will cater for all your needs. The inside of the centre is set in a cruise ship like surroundings for the ultimate shopping experience. With more restaurants than you’ll ever need to try when visiting Manchester, and a bowling rink and entertainment area, you’ll be able to spend plenty of time enjoying Trafford Centre.
When the sun comes out, take the kids to one of Manchester’s many parks, with Debdale and Didsbury parks both popular with locals, providing something for everyone to do, and a setting to lie back and relax on those rare days when the Manchester sky turns from grey to blue.
Clayton Hotel, Manchester Airport is adjacent to Manchester Airport, close to the train station, and just a 20-minute drive from the city center, where guests can shop at The Lowry Center or watch a soccer match at Old Trafford or Etihad Stadium. Beyond these urban attractions rise the limestone valleys of Peak District National Park, just a half-hour by car.
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 Conference Center, and the city's financial district.
Located in Market Street, this hotel is steps from Exchange Square, Manchester Cathedral, and Urbis. Manchester Arena and Arndale Centre are also within 10 minutes.
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, pubs, and restaurants of the city center within easy reach. Manchester United fans can be at Old Trafford Stadium in 15 minutes by car.
Located in Manchester City Centre, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Piccadilly Gardens, Affleck's Palace, and Arndale Centre. Manchester Art Gallery and Manchester Palace Theatre are also within 15 minutes.
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 Square are a 3-minute walk away, and it's only a little farther to the cultural attractions of the Opera House and Palace Theatre.
Located in Manchester City Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Manchester Conference Centre and Affleck's Palace. Manchester Palace Theatre and Arndale Centre are also within 15 minutes.
Manchester is one of Britain's most vibrant and dynamic cities, and boasts the UK's largest financial centre outside of London. The Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester enjoys a spectacular location on Peter Street in the heart of Manchester. This places it right next to Manchester Central Convention Centre. The hotel is also opposite the Bridgewater Hall, home of the Halle Orchestra; the Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester Hotel is only half an hour's drive from Manchester airport. St Peters Square metro stop is moments away with great connections to the city.