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Hotels in Manchester

Hotels in Manchester

Whether you’re heading to Manchester for a football game, a gig or a University visit, you’re sure to find something you like about the grungy yet glamorous capital of the North.

If you haven’t been to Manchester, you certainly will have heard of it. You might have one of Oasis’ albums hiding in your collection, and it’s hard to escape the world renowned football clubs Manchester United and Manchester City. The University of Manchester is one of the oldest in the UK, and many of their Victorian buildings help to build up Manchester’s architectural diversity. Whilst most of the city is a red brick metropolis, the developments on Deansgate add in a slightly glossier touch to an already industrial city.

City Centre, Chinatown & Piccadilly

There are loads of options for accommodation in the city centre, whether you fancy a boutique hotel or old school luxury. There are also backpacking joints here and there for budget-conscious travellers. The city centre is home to the Arndale Centre, the main high street, and up-market stores like Harvey Nicks and Selfridges. It’s also close by to Piccadilly Gardens (for markets), and Chinatown (for delicious dinners). The Royal Exchange and the Opera House are also close by.

Northern Quarter

The Northern Quarter is Manchester’s ‘creative’ hub, it’s gritty, there’s great coffee, and you walk by street art every now and then too. There are chain hotels, “aparthotels”, and more luxury options for staying in the Northern Quarter, which you can reach easily from Manchester Piccadilly.

Deansgate

Deansgate is a busy street of designer stores, casinos, tower block offices and classy restaurants, and it’s the best place to stay if you’re here on business. It’s only a 20 minute walk up to Manchester Piccadilly and the rest of the shops, but Deansgate Locks are tucked away from the main hustle and bustle.

Castlefield & Salford

This is where you’ll find MediaCity UK, and the Lowry at Salford Quays. It’s a “glossy”, up and coming creative sector, and there are plenty of waterfront apartments and hotels to stay in if you’re visiting Salford. Castlefield is home to many student digs, but there aren’t as many options for accommodation as it’s such a big residential area.

Trafford Park

The name is synonymous with the club who plays here, and you know who that is (Manchester United, in case you needed a hint). There are budget hotels near the stadium, but make sure you book early for the best deals around championship games.

University Area

Manchester has a flourishing student life, and it’s highlighted every weeknight, where you can see throngs of students coming in and out of the bars, cafes, and the Manchester Academy. There are a few budget accommodation options around here, perfect for crashing in after sampling some of Manchester’s nightlife.

Fallowfield

This is another “student digs” area, which is great to look around if you’re studying here, but there aren’t many options for hotels.