Hotels in Manchester

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How can I find hotels in Manchester?

Buzzing, trendy and full of culture, entertainment, retail and nightlife, Manchester is a perfect destination for a lively city break. It's also a city surrounded by beautiful countryside and fascinating boroughs which are all packed with their own charm and visitor attractions. If you're wondering where to get a hotel Manchester doesn't disappoint. The city has large numbers of excellent accommodations; from large global brands and luxury 5* hotels, through to more affordable hotels for budget travellers. It's really easy to find cheap hotels in Manchester too with eDreams. To book a hotel in the city, just go to the website and add the details of your preferred travel dates, and your travel party. Our powerful search engine will immediately assess all of the best hotel deals in Manchester and return them for you. See a hotel that catches your eye? Check out reviews, details and photos, and then make your reservation in just a few clicks. You can then manage your booking entirely online for total ease.

What must I see in Manchester?

This lively and attitude-packed city is full of things to do and see. If you love retail therapy, then head to the designer stores of King Street, the high street mecca of Market Street and The Arndale, or the independent emporiums of The Northern Quarter. Spinningfields is a great choice for glitzy bars and great restaurants, and it's also home to the Manchester Science & Industry Museum. Wander down Deansgate to see more excellent eateries and bars, and cross over to the Manchester Art Gallery for an artistic infusion. The Northern Quarter is where the trend-setters hang out at night, and Oxford Road is home to the more student-focused establishments; with a lively vibe and low prices. Take a wander down to historic Castlefield to enjoy the beautiful canalside and cobbled paths and experience the Victorian Beauty of the John Rylands library. Old Trafford is a must if you love sport and the Manchester Museum is home to an impressive dinosaur collection. Learn about social history in the People's Museum and take a short metro trip to Salford Quays to enjoy the impressive waterfront and entertainment space which is home to BBC North.

Where should I stay in Manchester?

To find a hotel Manchester wide, take your pick from a variety of central district areas, with most key sights and attractions in walking distance. The main city centre area around Picadilly Gardens (and close to the train station) has a number of large and big-brand hotels. More budget hotels can be found on the edge of The Northern Quarter and into Ancoats - and also down towards Oxford Road and the universities. Some smaller and private visitor accommodations are available near Castlefield and towards Salford, which is in walking distance from Manchester itself. Look out too for hotels in Trafford, Didsbury, Withington and the nearby Green Quarter. Salford Quays also has some excellent quality hotels on offer and these are easily accessible via public transport. When there are large events on in the city the more central hotels can become very booked up, so it's well worth making your reservation in advance of travel. eDreams has all of the latest cheap hotel deals in Manchester listed as they go live, so you can have peace of mind that you have found the best available offers.

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