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Featured Manchester Hotels


As one of England’s most vibrant and visited cities, our Manchester hotels put all the sights of the city center at your fingertips, as well as providing convenient access to the airport, convention centers, stadiums, and more.
Bustling Manchester lies in the northwest of England, and comprises the third largest metropolitan area in the country. In the distance rise the Pennine Hills, widely considered to be one of the most scenic natural areas of the U.K.
Known for its dominance during Britain’s Industrial Revolution, the accelerated growth of Manchester’s textile manufacturing transformed the ancient medieval town into one of the world’s commercial powerhouses of the 19th century. Today, Mancunians remain fiercely proud of Manchester’s economic successes and thriving cultural scene.
Many of Manchester’s most impressive landmarks pay tribute to its cotton-milling past and the Victorian wealth this generated. One such building is the impressive Manchester Town Hall in central Albert Square. The square itself features monuments to Prince Albert and local notables, so give yourself plenty of time to explore here, too. Mixed in with the architecture of other centuries, Manchester’s many exciting skyscrapers dot the skyline, including Beetham Tower and One Angel Square.
Have a music fan in your travel party? Manchester is the birthplace of bands such as Oasis and the Smiths. Pay homage and catch a show at the always-rollicking Manchester Arena, host to some of the most lavish entertainment spectacles in the world. High-end performing arts find their curtain calls at the Manchester Opera House, while testaments to the city’s
technological history are held at the Museum of Science and Industry.
Retail mavens will find a home away from home in Manchester’s mix of large shopping centers, local markets, and independent boutiques. Altrincham Charter Market has been luring shoppers to its varied stalls since 1290, while the quirky Northern Quarter offers goods on the more modern end of the spectrum. For big name brands, look no further than The Arndale Center, one of Europe’s largest and most popular shopping destinations.
Mancunians take their soccer (or football, as they call it) very, very seriously, and with two world-class teams bringing fans to the stadiums in droves, you’ll love feeling like a local for the day. The Manchester City team holds court at the City of Manchester Stadium, while Manchester United hosts games at Old Trafford.
A major hub for commerce and tourism alike, Manchester has extensive transportation options. Manchester Airport flies to destinations across the U.K. and abroad, and the city is crisscrossed with a convenient Metrolink light rail system. The two major train stations, Piccadilly and Victoria, provide a gateway to all major stops. In fact, the railway between Manchester and Liverpool was the first passenger railway in the world.
Visit booming Manchester and rest easy knowing that our selection of Manchester hotels will have you settled in comfort, class, and convenience. From our sterling service to our budget-friendly prices, we take the guesswork out of your accommodation choices. Book with us today and start dreaming of your time away in Manchester.

Latest Manchester Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Manchester Hotel
(4.3 / 5) of 11603 reviews
A winner in all ways
By Noggins31
Over the past couple of years we've stayed overnight in Manchester on a number of occasions. This was our second visit to Manchester East and it certainly won't be our last. The online booking [More] process was easy, the welcome on arrival was great, and the room had everything we needed for a comfortable and relaxing overnight stay. We even managed to take a meal in the restaurant which was first class, and enjoyed a few drinks in the bar afterwards. The staff were very welcoming, always on hand to offer support, and very accommodating. The hotel common areas, bar, restaurant, and room were all perfectly clean. We really couldn't have asked for more. Great value and exceptional service! [Less]
Pleasant staff and comfortable room
By aud77
Just needed a comfortable room before an early flight. This met the bill perfectly. Not a modern hotel, but rooms were good. Staff very pleasant and helpful. [Less]
Friendly staff
By wackosacko
Good standard of room and excellent value for money. Will definitely stay again. [Less]
Rooms smaller than expected
By hanyaz
I have stayed at many holiday inns around the world and when we travel with our grandchild we like to have a family room. Many of the hotels have 2 double beds and hence the rooms are fairly large. [More] At Runcorn we felt the rooms were very small compared to previous experiences especially when using the sofa bed. We will stay at more holiday inns again but not this one. [Less]
Good except for restaurant
By FLSMAN
Good overall experience, decent well equipped room, friendly staff and pleasant surroundings. Only negative is restaurant, generally poor quality food (dry, undercooked, overcooked, etc) and too bad [More] if you don't like chili as its in just about everything. Restaurant service is not great and can be a game of patience to get attention although staff are friendly. [Less]
Very good hotel
By Trevor 63
A very good hotel the reception staff were excellent along with all the other staff we came across, nothing seemed to be to much trouble. my wife was taken ill during the night and the first aider [More] was very good. the breakfast was really good and excellent value for money. When next in the area we will be coming back. can not fault the hotel and would recommend to all. [Less]
July 2016
By Dazz21
the hotel seems to have had a refit recently and looks good on the inside and the rooms all look fresh. [Less]
Good hotel and location
By PMK29
The staff are excellent here! Good hotel in a good location. [Less]
Poor breakfast quality marred stay
By Manxviking
Nothing wrong with the hotel, apart from being woken at 4am by rowdy people outside. Unclear whether they were in the outside bar area or not - I suspect not. However, cannot get past the poor [More] quality of the breakfast. Cooked food was dreadful, especially the grey scrambled eggs. Fruit choice not the best including unthawed compote. Even the muesli manged to be completely tasteless. [Less]

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