Whether you’re heading for a short break in Manchester, or a long vacation, there are a multitude of places to stay in the city. From budget hotels to 5-star luxury, the city-region has a whole range of places to kick back and relax after a long day exploring.

Hyatt Regency Manchester
Conveniently located next to the Alliance Manchester Business School on the University of Manchester campus just off Oxford Road, the Hyatt Regency Manchester is in the heart of it all. With a 24-hour fitness centre, restaurant and bar onsite, the Hyatt Regency Manchester certainly isn’t short of amenities.

Perfectly located if you’re attending an event at the Royal Northern College of Music, the Palace Theatre and gigs at Manchester Academy and the O2 Ritz.

Hyatt House Manchester
Situated on top of the Hyatt Regency Manchester, Hyatt House Manchester benefit not only from the great location of the Hyatt Regency Manchester and all its amenities, but the even more incredible view of Manchester City Centre too. Here you will find all the comforts of home, including a fully equipped kitchen, complimentary breakfast and a midweek social where you’ll have the chance to unwind with drinks and snacks.

Perfectly located if you’re attending an event at the Royal Northern College of Music, the Palace Theatre and gigs at Manchester Academy and the O2 Ritz.

Emirates Hilton Garden Inn
Perfect for a weekend break in Manchester, the Emirates Hilton Garden Inn is situated on-site at Emirates Old Trafford; home to Lancashire County Cricket Club. With rooms overlooking the world-famous cricket pitch, the hotel also includes fantastic facilities such as a restaurant, coffee shop, resident’s gym and free on-site car parking.

Perfectly located if you’re attending an event at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester United Football Club, The Quays, or if you just fancy staying just outside the hustle and bustle of the city centre.

The Edwardian Manchester
An immensely historical building, the former Free Trade Hall now houses the opulent The Edwardian Manchester. With 263 beautiful rooms including two presidential suites and 20 junior and Al Fresco suites, this upmarket hotel is also home to the Peter Street Kitchen which serves up delicious Japanese and Mexican small plates.

Perfectly located if you’re attending a conference at Manchester Central, an event at the Bridgewater Hall, or are looking for somewhere close to the shops in Manchester city centre.

The Midland Hotel
Set in the heart of Manchester, this Grade II listed Edwardian building exudes elegance and style.

Fondly known as the meeting place of Charles Rolls and Henry Royce of Rolls Royce, The Midland Hotel Manchester is both historical and stylish. With a leisure club, two bars and two restaurants, you won’t want to leave!

Perfectly located if you’re heading to Manchester for the city’s thriving nightlife and shopping, attending an event at Manchester Central or heading to a gig at Albert Hall.

The Lowry Hotel
Offering 165 bedrooms, six suites and the Charles Forte Presidential suite with floor-to-ceiling windows, all the bedrooms at The Lowry Hotel are designed to impress. Enjoy an afternoon at the hotel’s spa or take afternoon tea at the River Restaurant, The Lowry Hotel is ideally located close to all Manchester’s top tourist attractions.

Perfectly located if you’re heading to an event at Manchester Arena, you’re planning to battle the Crystal Maze, or you’re spending the evening in the city’s Spinningfields district.

Kimpton Clocktower Hotel
A beautiful Grade II listed building, Kimpton Clocktower Hotel is an iconic landmark in the city’s skyline. With wood panelling and original tiling in the bedrooms, and the much-loved Refuge Dining Room and Public Bar on the ground floor, Kimpton Clocktower Hotel is an extremely popular choice with visitors to the city.

Perfectly located if you’re heading to a show at the Palace Theatre, visiting HOME on First Street, or are looking for some tasty food in Manchester’s Chinatown.

Centrally located luxury serviced apartments, CitySuites offer secure parking, access to an 18 metre swimming pool, jacuzzi and state-of-the-art gym. Just a stones throw from Manchester Victoria train station, CitySuites are in the heart of all the action.

Perfectly located if you’re heading to an event at Manchester Arena, or are planning a little retail therapy in Manchester’s Central Retail district.

Macdonald Manchester
Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa is the city’s largest four-star hotel and is set in the heart of Cottonopolis. Just minutes from Piccadilly Station and the Mancunian Way, this easily accessible hotel also offers an onsite Scottish steakhouse restaurant and the Harmony and Serenity Spa.

Perfectly located if you’re heading for night out on Manchester’s famous Canal Street or popular Northern Quarter or if you’re off to an event at the O2 Apollo.

Hilton DoubleTree
Just a two minute walk from Piccadilly train station, the 285 bedroom DoubleTree by Hilton is the perfect place to relax after a long day. Every room includes a 42 inch TV with Sky Sports and luxury Sweet Dreams® beds; guaranteeing a perfect nights sleep. Close to all the major attractions, shopping and nightlife, the Doubletree is a strong favourite with visitors.

Perfectly located if you’re heading to Manchester for some retail therapy, to explore the flourishing food and drink scene, or to get cultured.

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