Apr 13, 2020 - Apr 14, 2020

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Where to stay in Manchester

A thriving historical city in the north of England, Manchester has a proud past that has helped it develop and grow into a modern and cultural hotspot with a style all of its own.

From music to media, fashion to football, Manchester is firmly established as a cool city with a range of hotels that reflect not only its modernity but also its long and colorful history.

Areas such as Media City, Deansgate and Spinningfields have their own identity and characteristics with shopping, dining and entertainment outlets aplenty, while the city’s two football clubs – Manchester United and Manchester City – are global names attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors every year.

Getting around in Manchester is easy with trams, buses, taxis and car rental all easily available, while the city’s two railway stations and nearby international airport means Manchester is very accessible no matter where you're coming from.

Hotels in Manchester City Center

1. Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester

Formerly the Manchester Free Trade Hall, this five-star hotel occupies a historic building in the center of the city. A luxurious property re-opened in 2004, the Radisson Blu Edwardian features superb modern rooms, stylish dining outlets and a well-appointed spa retreat. The hotel is also close to tram and bus routes, while the dining outlets and bars of Spinningfields are a short stroll away.

2. Doubletree By Hilton Manchester Piccadilly

The city center hotel is within easy walking distance of Manchester's main train station, shopping spots as well as Piccadilly Gardens and Affleck's Palace. It sits just to the south of the trendy Northern Quarter neighborhood with its bohemian nightlife and live music venues. The hotel's facilities include gym, business center and a modern restaurant/bar.

3. The Merchants Hotel

A budget choice for Manchester visitors, the Merchants Hotel is located in the city’s Northern Quarter within easy reach of the shops of the Arndale Center and the delights of the Manchester Art Gallery. The hotel offers a daily complimentary breakfast and is an intimate choice with just 23 rooms available for guests.

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What are travelers saying about Manchester?

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Girish  Luthra
Girish Luthra

Very clean and Disciplined City, little bit expensive on traveling locally but Weather is Awesome !!!!

Cally Staffiere
Cally StaffiereWolverhampton, United Kingdom

I love Manchester there's so much to do and see, been meaning to take my mom to the corrie tour and Trafford shopping centre.

Ayaz Bilawala
Ayaz BilawalaMumbai (Bombay)

Wonderful city vibrant loads of pubs and bitters easy to get along and well connected football crazy lots of fun and superb music Never a dull moment Ayaz Bilawala

Kevin Picholo
Kevin PicholoFoster City, California, USA

I liked Manchester, a little bit of old and a little bit of new mixed. I stayed near the Manchester Arndale, which is a mall in center of town.


The least expensive month is May, with an average of AED 451 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Manchester is March, with an average price of AED 599 per night.
The average price of a hotel in April last year was AED 523 per night. This is 3% less than the average nightly price of AED 542 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Manchester, the expected average temperature in April is 8.6°C/47.4°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 20.8°C/69.4°F. The coolest month is December, with temperatures averaging 1.8°C/35.2°F.
The nearest airport to Manchester is Manchester (MAN) (14.13km). Other nearby airports include: Liverpool (43.90km) Leeds Bradford (58.05km)

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