Manchester Hotels: Our guide to Staying in Manchester


We have access to exclusive room rates for 187 hotels & serviced apartments in Manchester, from the city centre, northern quarter and castlefield right out to suburbs of East and West Didsbury.

manchester hotel pic There's plenty of boutique hotels in Manchester, in particular the Malmaison and Rossetti, both based on the busy strip between Piccadilly and the city centre. There's more established Manchester hotels like the Midland, Princess on Portland (formerly the Princess Hotel) and the popular and inexpensive Jurys Inn. We have hotel room deals from 55/room in Manchester city centre.

Manchester has historically been a city of hotels, yet it's only recently that you could sleep in a five star establishment. The Lowry hotel is based close to Deansgate, and was our first five star hotel, followed by the Radisson Edwardian. Near five star service can be picked up at the Midland hotel - the granddaddy of Mancunian hotels - and the and The Great John Street hotel. The recently completed Manchester Hilton (Deansgate) is also winning praise for it's service, and the hotel is located within the landmark Beetham Tower.



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Great John Street is part of the Eclectic Boutique hotels that have proven popular with the well heeled and celebrities like Mike Tyson. They have more affordable rooms in their sister hotels, The 11 Didsbury Park and Didsbury House, based in Didsbury, and they look just as good as their city centre equivalent.

For those on a budget there are some good good budget hotels that you can pick up for less than 55 per room - you can find the full range of budget hotels by using our manchester hotel search box on the right hand side.

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Serviced Apartments

There are a growing number of serviced apartments in Manchester, and they can provide great value for money with more room. The Edge, which is a new apartment building located next to the Lowry Hotel, is available from 65 per night, or you can stay in the historic Hacienda building, home of the infamous nightclub, for 75 per night.

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Staying in Manchester? Five Top Tips....

Rossetti Hotel, Manchester
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  • Take a look at our collection of serviced apartments, as they can save you money.
  • Pick your spot - Manchester's city centre has many parts, each with it's own style and different hotels. The Northern Quarter is a great location for hip bars, restaurants and clubs, or Castlefield for hotels and apartments around the leafy Castlefield Basin.
  • Explore Manchester and find a good restaurant. Most are walking distance from the central hotels, and there are some great bargains to be had in the up market restaurants.
  • Looking for value? There are plenty of budget hotels in Manchester and Salford Quays, with rooms around the fourty or fifty pound mark.
  • Got money to burn? If only the best will do the check out our boutique and Luxury hotels. There's plenty of luxurious rooms to choose from, staying in the centre or in leafy Didsbury.

Your Hotel Reviews

Jurys Inn Manchester
I stayed for 1 night, & thought it was quite nice. The staff were very friendly & polite. Didn't have the breakfast though, too expensive....rooms from 61

Novotel
And I was just wodnering about that too!...rooms from 79

Express by Holiday Inn Manchester East
Real brain power on display. Thanks for that awnser!...rooms from 79

The Apartment Company
Thank God! Someone with brains spakes!...rooms from 49

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Hilton Manchester Deansgate
The 23 storey Hilton hotel is one of Manchester's finest hotels, with exceptional views and equally appealing service. There's a built in gymnasium, a tasteful sky bar and a restaurant/bar beneath it. Beneath the hotel are hundreds of shops, bars and clubs - the Hilton is on the busy Deansgate
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New budget airport hotel
A much needed budget hotel opens at Manchester airport, with rooms from sixty pounds per night.

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New ten storey tower adds another two hundred rooms to the hotel.

Rosetti Closes, Abode Opens
As one door closes...the Rossetti in Piccadilly will soon become Abode

Manchester to get a NiteNite
The trendy new boutique chain considers opening their first Manchester hotel.

Etap about to open its doors
A new budget hotel for Salford Quays

The most popular Hotels in Manchester city centre

City Inn Manchester
One Piccadilly Place, Piccadilly, manchester.

A brand new two-hundred room hotel in the now-fashionable Piccadilly. There's floor to ceiling windows with views of the city, Ipods in each room and the City Inn even has two on site bars and a restaurant...plus the all important twenty four hour room service. Within walking distance of the Malmaison, Rossetti and the brand new Macdonald hotel, the City Inn come out on top. On site parking with porter service gave this hotel the edge.
Princess on Portland Hotel
101 Portland Street, Gay Village, manchester.

Another Manchester hotel that used to be a cotton mill - the Princess on Portland is right in the heart of the city, at the junction of Princess Street and Portland Street. Reasonable room rates at a reasonable hotel - not going to set the earth on fire, but ideally located for Manchester's Chinatown and Gay Village, and close to the clubs and bars of Oxford Road.
Great John Street - The Eclectic Boutique Hotel Collection
Great John Street, Castlefield, manchester.

With just thirty bedrooms, this popular boutique hotel is in Manchester's "Theatre District", actually on the edge of leafy Castlefield. The interiors and rooms are utterly stunning - there is no other hotel quite like the St Johns in Manchester - with a rooftop lounge bar and garden, complete with hot tub, and cocktail bar. Exposed brickwork and wooden floors, it's normally £255 per night but we've got
Malmaison Manchester
Piccadilly, Piccadilly, manchester.

The stunning Malmaison is built in a former cotton warehouse, and since the hotel opened in 2001 it's become hugely popular - not just for the overnight stays, but also for the Malmaison Brasserie. The hotel's also got an onside gym, salon and there's twenty four hour room service. Manchester city centre is just through the Malmaison's front doors.... The normal rate is £150 per night, but we've got room rates from £99.
Yha Manchester
Potato Wharf, Castlefield, manchester.

The YHA offers cheap double and quintuple rooms in a clean, fairly modern hotel that's based in Castlefield, not far from the city centre. With room rates from just £50 per night it's a relatively cheap way of staying so close to the city centre, with the advantage of the waterways and relative calm of the Castlefield Basin.
Arora International Manchester
18-24 Princess Street, City Centre, manchester.

A laid back hotel in central Manchester that doesnt take itself too seriously - the Arora is on Princess Street, opposite the Manchester Art Gallery, and beneath it is the popular Obsidian Bar, housed within a listed building. Modern, spacious rooms are available from £99.

Our Guide: Accommodation in Manchester

In the last ten years Manchester has had a huge amount of investment and the city is almost unrecognisable from what it was in the late nineties. With the huge number of visitors that now come to Manchester theres been a need for new hotels, and central Manchester now has a number of key hotels (and even more planned). The Manchester Hilton - the first in the city - opened in September 2006, and this followed the new Radisson on Peter Street. After this the Macdonald Hotel and City Inn opened, both are in Piccadilly, and they brought a new level of affordable luxury to the centre (with plenty of electronic gadgets as well).

Meanwhile over in Salford Quays there are two new hotels that are scheduled to open. The Etap and the Encore hotels share the same building on Trafford Road, close to Old Trafford and Manchester United, and overlooking (at a stretch) Salford Quays. Both hotels satisfy the need for more budget hotel rooms in the city, and there are plenty of budget hotels in Manchester that offer cheap rates per night.There's an ever-growing number of Serviced apartments available in Manchester and Salford Quays. Instead of paying for a bedroom in a hotel, you can rent an apartment within a trendy city centre development (on a nightly basis) so you get access to a kitchen, living room - usually with an entertainment system - and often a bacony, private parking and more. You can stay in a serviced apartment in Manchester for around 80 pounds per night.
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