Manchester hotels

Manchester hotels

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Manchester, England, United Kingdom
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Low season September
High season October
  Average price (weeknight): R1 645
  Average price (weekend night): R1 976

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Top tips for finding the perfect Manchester hotel

Budget travellers will find plenty of affordable hotels in Central Manchester such as The Mitre Hotel and Britannia Hotel Manchester City Centre.
Guests staying outside the city’s inner ring road in areas like Old Trafford and Rusholme will find bus connections into the city centre.
Travellers who prefer the tram to the bus should look for a hotel along one of Manchester’s Metrolink Rapid Transit tram lines.
Budget hotels can also be found in central Manchester neighbourhoods like Northern Quarter or Gay Village, which are home to an array of posh bars, traditional pubs, and dance clubs.
Those seeking a fabulous hostel experience should look no further than the YHA Manchester Hostel located on the Bridgewater Canal in the Castlefield neighbourhood.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Manchester

How much is a cheap hotel in Manchester?
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Manchester for as cheap as R266 in the last 3 days. The average price is R3 652.
Which are the most popular neighbourhoods to stay in Manchester?
Hotels in Northern Quarter, Hulme and Piccadilly have the most searches on KAYAK.
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel Heatmaps to find the best hotels near you.
What is the best hotel with a view in Manchester?
With floor to ceiling windows, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Manchester Piccadilly offers fabulous views of the city’s mix of old and new architecture. Those seeking more boutique style accommodation will find that King Street Townhouse features well-designed rooms as well as an infinity pool with an extraordinary view of some of Manchester’s iconic buildings.
Are there hotels in Manchester where I can take my dogs?
Hotels in Manchester that take dogs are usually found outside the city centre, with the added bonus of free parking and plenty of greenery, though there are some hotels in the heart of Manchester that are pet-friendly. Motel One Manchester Royal Exchange and Holiday Inn Manchester Mediacityuk are both excellent options that allow dogs on request.
Which neighbourhoods in Manchester are close to Old Trafford?
Home to Manchester United, Manchester’s iconic Old Trafford stadium gets its name from the neighborhood in which it is situated. Look for accommodation southeast of the city centre like in MediaCityUK, which lies along the Manchester Ship Canal directly across from the stadium. For the best access to the stadium, book a room at Hotel Football.
What hotels are most convenient to Manchester’s best art museums?
Art enthusiasts will appreciate Townhouse Hotel Manchester’s stylish, contemporary decor. Housed in a Victorian-era cotton factory, the hotel is located just down the street from Manchester Art Gallery. Meanwhile, Museum of Science and Industry is just a short stroll from Great John Street Hotel, a lovely boutique hotel situated within a former school.
What hotels are located near train stations?
You’ll find plenty of smart hotels close to Piccadilly Station, southeast of Manchester’s city centre. Motel One Manchester Piccadilly has stylish, affordable rooms and a cool, contemporary feel, while The Place ApartHotel is perfect for families or groups of friends travelling together, with fully-equipped apartments just a few minutes’ walk from the station.
What are the best hotels near Manchester airport?
There are a range of hotel options near Manchester airport, most of which are well-known chains, however, the Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester is linked directly to the airport’s two terminals via a 15 minute walk through a futuristic-looking covered walkway known as the Skylink. The hotel features excellent conference facilities and is perfect for business stays.

Where to stay in Manchester?

Our Heatmaps tool will help you find the perfect place to stay in Manchester by showing you how close hotel options are to major activities

Best Manchester hotels

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Great John Street Hotel - Manchester - Building
9,3 Excellent (1 031 reviews)
R3 652+
Hotel Gotham - Manchester - Building
9,2 Excellent (3 250 reviews)
R3 535+
Innside Manchester - Manchester - Building
9,1 Excellent (4 409 reviews)
R2 060+
Roomzzz Manchester City - Manchester - Building
9,1 Excellent (1 553 reviews)
R2 016+
Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester Airport - Manchester - Building
8,9 Excellent (13 225 reviews)
R2 658+
Marriott Worsley Park Hotel & Country Club - Manchester - Building
8,9 Excellent (2 337 reviews)
R1 928+
Velvet Hotel - Manchester - Building
8,9 Excellent (1 416 reviews)
R2 337+
Jurys Inn Manchester City Centre - Manchester - Bedroom
8,8 Excellent (6 989 reviews)
R2 016+
Crowne Plaza Manchester City Centre - Manchester - Building
8,8 Excellent (4 950 reviews)
R2 074+
Princess St. Hotel - Manchester - Building
8,8 Excellent (4 737 reviews)
R1 870+
ABode Manchester - Manchester - Building
8,8 Excellent (2 558 reviews)
R2 133+
The Principal Manchester - Manchester - Bedroom
8,7 Excellent (6 555 reviews)
R2 805+
Renaissance Manchester City Centre Hotel - Manchester - Bedroom
8,7 Excellent (4 397 reviews)
R2 396+
The Midland - Manchester - Manchester - Building
8,6 Excellent (8 407 reviews)
R2 498+

Best rooms in Manchester

Didsbury House Hotel - Manchester - Building
9,3 Excellent (694 reviews)
R2 527+