Hotels in Manchester

Manchester is home to over 100 hotels that offer great accommodations for every budget. Luxury is the selling point for many hotels in the city, but there are hotels for the frugal tourists or visitors who expect to spend more time outside of the hotel than inside of it.

The top restaurants include:

5-Star Hotels

The 5-star experience can be had in numerous hotels in town. The top hotels include:

Hotel Gotham

Hotel Gotham is on King Street and offers a supreme experience for guests. The hotel includes 55 bedrooms and 5 suites with a focus on full-on sensory experiences. Every inch of a room is designed to offer a sensory experience with award winning interiors.

The Lowry Hotel

The Lowry Hotel is on Dearmans Place, and offers 165 bedrooms and 6 suites. The hotel is contemporary in style and offers the largest rooms in the city. The hotel is a businessman’s paradise, with spa rooms, meeting and conference floors, high-end restaurants and bars, too.

There are also city view rooms to enjoy.

Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester

The Radisson Blu is a true English hotel offering afternoon tea and breakfast to guests. Spas, bars and restaurants are inside the hotel with 263 luxurious rooms and suites. Walk into marble bathrooms, enjoy the beauty of bespoke furniture and admire slate from the Scandinavia in the bathrooms. Only the highest standards are allowed in the Radisson Blu.

4-Star Hotels

The 4-star hotels in the city offer beautiful views and luxury that was once only expected in a 5-star hotel. The top 4-star hotels include:

King Street Townhouse

King Street Townhouse is actually on Booth Street and is an eclectic hotel in Manchester with a rich history. The hotel offers 40 bedrooms and suites, with the building being an Italian renaissance building from 1872.

South-facing terraces are made dramatic, with infinity pools overlooking the city.

Pools, spas, restaurants and bars allow this hotel to offer an unmatched experience. King Street Townhouse was listed as one of the best hotels in the world in 2016 by Conde Nast.

Great John Street Hotel

Great John Street Hotel offers a true paradise of relaxation and comfort. The hotel is quirky and offers extensive tea and coffee selections. Clean and well-placed, the decor screams comfort while the roll-top baths allow guests to relax in the tub while listening to the television in the background.

Every room is filled with beautiful furniture, distinct lighting, and colors that amplify relaxation and comfort for guests.

Didsbury House

Didsbury House is in Didsbury Park and is a small, luxury townhouse hotel. The small hotel offers 27 bedrooms with Victorian style and comfort. This chic urban retreat offers in-bedroom tubs, large televisions and extensive use of mirrors.

Goose down feather pillows offer comfort while larger accommodations are offered with Duplex Suites spanning up to 400 sq ft.

3-Star Hotels

The city offers numerous 3-star hotels that are great for moderate budgets:

Abel Heywood

Turner Street is home to the Abel Heywood, which is a boutique hotel in the Northern Quarter. Great rooms and a welcoming staff make this a must-book hotel. The location is great, with the Piccadilly train station nearby and ample bars in the area.

The hotel offers a unique pub/hotel experience with four room options and ample amenities.

Motel One Manchester

Motel One is on London Road with an excellent station location and value. Clean and comfortable, the hotel offers beautiful bathrooms, delicious food from the restaurant, great lighting and inviting decor splashed on the wall.

Premier Inn Manchester City

Premier Inn is on Dale Street and offers low room prices with a high-end experience. Rooms are clean and the employees are welcoming. Shopping, restaurants and the nearby train station make this a great hotel for guests who want to walk around and explore the town.

Free Wi-Fi is offered as well as parking, universal accessibility, lift access, family rooms and an on-site restaurant.

2-Star Hotels

The 2-star hotel options in Manchester include some big name chains, such as:

Travelodge Manchester Central Arena

Travelodge in Manchester Central Arena is on Great Ducie Street and offers clean rooms, affordable prices and a convenient location. Flexible rate options are offered, with a saver option to save even more during your stay.

Rooms include king size beds, televisions, tea and coffee making facilities as well as a spacious desk.

Travelodge offers numerous locations in Manchester, including:

Blackfriars Street

A34 Kingway

Birch Street

All Travelodge locations offer the same great amenities. The main difference among these locations is that they don’t offer the same great location as the Central Arena location.

Ibis Manchester Centre Portland Street

Ibis Manchester is on Portland Street and includes breakfast. The no-frills hotel also allows pets, and there is a café that offers food. Rooms are clean and modern with a quirky design. The hotel is in walking distance of many great locations and eateries in town.

Prices are very affordable with ample amenities offered.

There are other Ibis locations on:

Charles Street

Pollard Street

Each hotel offers comfortable amenities, a great value for the price and a friendly, well-trained staff.