Located in City Centre, this hostel is within a 5-minute walk of Castlefield Bowl and Museum of Science and Industry. Manchester Opera House and Deansgate are also within 10 minutes. Deansgate-Castlefield Station is 9 minutes by foot and Manchester Deansgate Station is 9 minutes.
Located in City Centre, this hostel is within a 10-minute walk of Greater Manchester Police Museum, Piccadilly Gardens and The Gay Village. Manchester Arndale and Canal Street are also within 10 minutes. Picadilly Gardens Station is only a 5-minute walk and Market Street Station is 6 minutes.
Overall 5,2 Okay
Based on 12 reviews
Pros: The location was amazing right in the northern quarter and a short walk away from heaps of pubs. Also only a 10 minute walk away from Piccadilly Station. The staff were friendly and very helpful. To be fair you get what you pay for and it was a warm place to sleep.
Cons: Everything kind of looked dirty. The bathrooms were actually filthy and the showers barely worked. The beds were placed very inconveniently and there was only one semi accessible power outlet In the room for 10 people. Also there was no curtains or anything so privacy was minimal. There were no Male bathrooms on my floor so if i wanted a toilet or a shower I had to go up or down a floor. Half of the power outlets in the public room didn't work which wasn't ideal. Just generally it wasn't a particularly nice place to stay, but it was cheap so.
Pros: The high points were location and the included breakfast (probably the best free breakfast I've ever had at a hostel in the UK). The hostel is located right in the trendy Northern Quarter and is quite close to Manchester Picadilly. Great for solo travel and for young people looking to explore the hipster paradise of Northern Manchester.
Cons: The facilities left a lot to be desired. Ancient bathroom facilities, heinous showers that only let out cold water in short spurts, and thin mattresses through which the wire of the bed pokes maliciously.
Cons: It as soooooo dirty, old, disgusting
Pros: Reception staff were amazing.
Cons: The room I was in smelt of feet, the door wouldnt close.
Set in Manchester, within 600 metres of Canal Street and 700 metres of The Palace Theatre, Rahman Piccadilly Hostel provides accommodation with free WiFi. The property is close to several well-known attractions, 1.3 km from Royal Exchange Theatre, 1.3 km from Bridgewater Hall and 1.3 km from Albert Square. The accommodation offers a shared lounge and an ATM for guests. All guest rooms at the hostel come with a seating area. Guests at Rahman Piccadilly Hostel can enjoy a continental breakfast. Popular points of interest near the accommodation include Greater Manchester Police Museum, Manchester Central Library and Manchester Apollo. The nearest airport is Manchester Airport, 13 km from Rahman Piccadilly Hostel.
Top tips for finding the perfect Manchester hostel
YHA Manchester is an excellent choice that can accommodate groups of up to 16 people, as well as couples and guests traveling alone. A short walk from downtown, this hostel in Manchester is located close to the Museum of Science and Industry, the Deansgate Railways Station, and MEN Arena about a mile away; there is also a free shuttle bus within a short walk of the hostel. YHA Manchester boasts a cinema room, café bar, free parking and Wi-Fi, 24h front desk service, onsite laundry facilities, and a fully equipped kitchen for diverse use. The hostel has more than 150 beds available in multiple configurations.
Another good hostel in Manchester is Hatters at Hilton Chambers (Hilton Chambers-Hostel) located on Hilton Street and a short walk from Manchester Piccadilly Station. Free Wi-Fi and rooms with in-suite bathrooms, parking, laundry facilities, and a nightclub are some of the amenities they offer. Places of interest in the immediate vicinity include Manchester Cathedral, Manchester Art Gallery, and the Royal Exchange Theatre.
Hatters has another location on Newton Street (Hatters Hostel Manchester), in case Hilton Chambers is fully booked. This renovated Victorian-style building inside the city’s Northern Quarter provides complimentary breakfast and Wi-Fi, daily walking tours, a game room, and 24h front desk service. West Corner is a new deli/restaurant onsite that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and offers discounts on all food and drinks to guests staying at the hostel. Popular activities include Friday and Saturday night pub crawls.
For those traveling on a tight budget, check out Rusholme Rooms on Wilmslow Road, which offers its guests free Wi-Fi, parking, onsite laundry facilities, a communal kitchen, an ATM, and bicycle rental services, among other nice amenities. There is a bus stop just outside this hostel in Manchester to provide transportation, and there are two nearby parks (Platt Fields Park and Birchfields Park), as well as Victoria Baths. Plus, the University of Manchester campus is just over a mile away.
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