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Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa - Manchester Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa

London Road, Manchester - Map
"Clean, perfect location, nice big windows"
You need to call them before your trip to make sure they did not give the room to somebody else since they overbook. They have Reservation problems. Otherwise the room is very big, clean, bathroom is big and clean. The window is so wide makes you see a big area of the city and the sky. The staff are helpful and friendly. The moment you enter The lobby it gives you a bad impression that the room might be below average but ignore that, I recommend the room.
A Traveller
Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa is a 3-minute walk from Piccadilly Train Station and 10 minutes from O2 Apollo Manchester …More
Malmaison Manchester - Manchester Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Malmaison Manchester

1-3 Piccadilly, Manchester - Map
"Hotel was were presented"
Good location Well presented Good breakfast A little noisy.
A Traveller
Located in the heart of Manchester, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Greater Manchester Police Museum, Affleck's …More
Arora Hotel Manchester - Manchester Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Arora Hotel Manchester

18-24 Princess Street, Manchester - Map
"Central to the city centre"
Very clean hotel with good facilities. Staff were friendly and helpful. Short walk to the city centre and Manchester Arena. I would definitely stay again.
Traveller from Bournemouth
Located in the heart of Manchester, this eco-friendly hotel is steps from Manchester City Hall and Manchester Art Gallery …More
INNSIDE By Meliá Manchester - Manchester Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

INNSIDE By Meliá Manchester

1 First Street, Manchester - Map
"Modern hotel but weird room setup"
Hotel is modern with chic music and huge lobby, and its location is a bit out of central Manchester but is still close enough to be considered in the city. Overall it's pretty convenient. The weird part is the room, specifically the bathroom. It seems to be set up for old people as there are 3 red strings hanging from the ceilings, many support bars (which are also weird as they're shiny chrome but are not solidly fixed to the wall like those in a real hospital) and there's only a shower with no shower curtains, so the water from the shower gets everywhere. Even worse, the shower only allows you to control temperature, not water pressure, so the default high pressure makes the bathroom a very wet place. There's also no place to put your soap and shampoo near the shower so you will have to walk across the bathroom to your sink to grab them. Whoever designed the washroom never used it him or herself; it's all aesthetics (poor minimalist aesthetics) and no function. It wasn't a huge problem but my wife complained a lot. It wasn't horrible but I'd look for more options in Manchester.
Traveller from San Francisco
Located in the heart of Manchester, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Deansgate Locks, Bridgewater Hall, and …More
Hotel Gotham - Manchester Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Hotel Gotham

100 King Street, Manchester - Map
Great hotel, great location. Would definitely recommend
A Traveller
Situated in Manchester, this luxury hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Manchester Art Gallery, Albert Square, and Arndale …More
Inspired - Exchange Quay - Salford Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Inspired - Exchange Quay

Walker House, Elmira Way, Salford - Map
Located in Salford Quays, this apartment is within 1 mi (2 km) of Ordsall Hall, Old Trafford, and Imperial War Museum North …More
Hotel Football Old Trafford - Manchester Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Football Old Trafford

99 Sir Matt Busby Way, Manchester - Map
"Over priced, poor hotel but great location"
The only reason you'd want to stay here is because it's located literally outside Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium. The convenience is immense; it's 3 minutes walk to the Mega Store and 4 minutes walk to the Sir Alex Ferguson stand entrance. After a game, when the 75,000 people exit from OT, you just saunter back to your hotel in a matter of minutes while they cope with traffic and jam-packed roads. That value is incredible. The hotel itself is not good. Reception is very slow and there's always a line. Staff are not friendly except to the old or returning customers they know. The hotel is lit almost universally with white light, and so lighting is harsh and sterile. The entire interior is minimalist and fairly cheap. The rooftop football pitch terrace has been out of service for months, if not a year, despite them continually using it in their marketing promo shots. The rooms are economical and minimalist, but not particularly comfortable or well built. They told us our minibar would be complimentary, and we opened it to find 6 sweets for children and 2 cans of grape fizz. The total wholesale value in the minibar must have been less than 2GBP. We are 30 year old adults. Please consider putting a diet coke inside. The biggest problem is that it's overpriced; it's very expensive for a hotel in Manchester but you get very little in actual value from the accommodation. The biggest value you get is if you're watching an MUFC game and want to get back early to rest.
Traveller from San Francisco
Located in Trafford, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Imperial War Museum North and Old Trafford. Museum of Science …More
Pendulum Hotel - Manchester Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Pendulum Hotel

Sackville Street, Manchester - Map
"central but quiet"
Small room but clean and pleasant. Close to station (easy also for airport trains). Close to plenty of eating locations. Definitely recommend staying here, but don't expect a big room, once we got our two bags in it was tough to even close the door. Nice staff. Good Price
Traveller from Pittsburgh, PA.
Located in the heart of Manchester, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Manchester Conference Centre and Manchester …More
The Place Aparthotel - Manchester Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Place Aparthotel

Ducie Street, Manchester - Map
"Great staff"
When we arrived early and feeling jet lagged and under the weather, the desk staff were understanding and quickly found us a room a couple of hours before official check-in time. The room itself was a treat: spacious, stylish and clean. We were delighted with our experience.
Traveller from toronto
The Place Aparthotel is a block from Manchester Piccadilly Station, and a 5-minute walk from the city's Northern Quarter …More
Blue Rainbow Aparthotel Manchester High Street - Manchester Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Blue Rainbow Aparthotel Manchester High Street

58 High Street, Manchester - Map
Great place to stay in the centre of Manchester. Both the double and single bed were very small and the mattress was very soft. For me this meant very little sleep. Great facilities but missing a few things. E.g there are facilities to cook and washing up liquid but no oven gloves or sponge.
A Traveller
Located in Northern Quarter, this luxury apartment is steps from Chinese Arts Centre and Arndale Centre. Affleck's Palace and …More

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    Explore Manchester

    Modern Manchester is an energetic and inventive city, with a firm grip on Britain’s cultural pulse. Its musical heritage and live-music scene are matched by its arts cinemas, theaters, hip cafés and cool pubs. Explore the city’s many treasures on foot or hop the free Metroshuttle bus.

    Revisit Manchester’s industrial roots at Castlefield’s urban heritage park and explore The Lowry entertainment complex at Salford Quays. Get your shopping fix at the massive Arndale center or visit beloved Affleck’s Palace – an eclectic emporium in the Northern Quarter. Top cultural spots include the Cornerhouse cinema and Chetham’s Library, one of the oldest libraries in the world.

    This sports-mad town boasts two powerhouse soccer teams – world-famous Manchester United and archrival Manchester City. See a match at Man United’s Old Trafford stadium (aka the “Theatre of Dreams”) or Man City’s state-of-the-art Eithad Stadium. Unwind post-game in a snug fire-lit pub or head to an award-winning restaurant on Rusholme’s legendary Curry Mile. Then catch a live band or hit the clubs – “Madchester” still has the beat.