Best Hotels in Manchester
Manchester is a thriving city with a lot to see and do. Most visitors come to see the sights, shop in the Arndale Centre (or the famous Trafford Centre close to Manchester City Centre) or attend business meetings, as the city is also renowned for its high investment in the business sector. Whatever your occassion, you'll need somewhere to stay - so we've listed the best hotels in Manchester, with a selection for budget hotels, stylish hotels and the more luxurious hotels for other getaways.
If you're looking for a brief stay and don't want to spend much on your accomodation you can try one of Manchester's budget hotels. Most of these hotels don't compromise in quality, but you'll find that the cheapest and best quality aren't based right in the city centre.
For quality hotels at an affordable price, the Wilmslow Hotel (356 Wilmslow Road, wilmslowhotel.com) and Imperial Hotel (157 Hathersgate Road, contactable on 0161 2256500) are available just outside the city centre near Fallowfield, a 20 minute drive away. Rooms start at under £40 per night and offer a homely feel that's a world away from the fast-paced and convient city lifestyle.
If you need to be in the city centre, Premier Inn has its own hotel near Market Street and the Mitre Hotel, located on Portland Street, offers rooms from as little as £29 per night.
Manchester also has a variety of mid-range hotels available. As well as a Travelodge located just outside the city centre on Cheethamhill Road near Victoria Station, the city boasts a few independant hotels. Velvet, on Canal Street in the heart of Manchester's gay village, offers a stylish and affordable package and leaves you incredibly close to the city's clubs, making it one of the best hotels in Manchester for clubbing and events.
Britianna Sachas is also available at an affordable price, offering excellent service and food at their hotel in Manchester. Mecure on Portland Street is also highly rated, with a stylish interior and close to most of the city's big business districts.
If you're planning a more romantic or eventful stay, or just want somewhere stylish, you can try the Midlands Hotel, one of the best hotels in Manchester for food and a relaxing stay, or the McDonald Hotel behind Piccadily Trains station at an average of £100 per night. For the best luxury hotels in Manchester, the Radisson Hotel and the Lowry Hotel are available from £100 per night with top service, food and stylish rooms.