Where to Stay In Manchester
Choice is the buzz word of the day when describing Manchester. Whether you’re looking for somewhere to stay, somewhere to eat and drink, or attractions to visit, Manchester is ready and waiting to provide.
The city is located in the North West of the UK, and is one part of Lancashire that’s synonymous with music. There’s even been a book written entitled ‘The Manchester Musical History Tour’. From the MEN Arena, to the GMEX Centre, and small clubs, pubs, and theatres, Manchester has got it all. The Happy Mondays, Oasis, Take That, M-People, Simply Red, The Hollies and The Bee Gees, are just some of the names that have been associated with the Manchester music scene.
Introducing Manchester is also introducing a city that’s world renowned for its sport, from hosting major sporting tournaments, to producing successful football teams, with international players, and offering everything from bowling and golf, to rugby and greyhound racing at Belle Vue Stadium.
The visitor attractions here are equally as varied, catering for all ages and interests. Take a trip back in time at the Camelot Theme Park or Peoples History Museum, explore the world of science at Manchester Museum of Science and Industry, or take a walk around the scenic Dovestones Reservoir in Greater Manchester. There’s also a packed event schedule that the family can enjoy, which includes film festivals, cultural celebrations, and firework night events.
Hop in a car to explore the areas surrounding Manchester and you’ll open up a wealth of possibilities for days out or short breaks. Between them, Liverpool, Chester, and the Lake District, can offer tourists World Heritage Sites, scenic walks, river cruises, a celebration of The Beatles, and a Slavery Museum.
Whether you come to Manchester to appreciate its architecture, are looking for some fun and excitement, have a ticket for a sporting event, or are looking for a ramblers paradise, you’re sure to find something to do in or around the city.
If you’re looking for somewhere to stay, then you’ll soon realise that while Manchester has more than enough attractions for leisure travellers, it also caters for business visitors too. Many of the hotels featured on this site, are centrally located, in or near business districts. They have rooms designed for executive travellers, along with fully equipped conference facilities. There are plenty of options for families and budget travellers too.
Stay, play, work, or shop in Manchester, and you’re sure to enjoy the experience.