Greater Manchester Hotels

Manchester Marriot Victoria & Albert Hotel, from £69 per night.

A vibrant Manchester city centre hotel, located on the banks of the River Irwell, the Manchester Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel exudes a historical charm that appeals to business and leisure travellers. Located across from ITV, adjacent to Spinningfields and a pleasant walk to the Opera House and Palace Theatre, this four-star hotel in Manchester was first built as a warehouse in 1844. The charming building displays the old architectural detail with contemporary flair, comfort and services. Luxurious guest rooms at our hotel in Manchester are graced by original oak beams and exposed brick and feature plush new bedding and high-speed Internet access. For dining, the brasserie-style V&A Restaurant offers international fare and river views, while the V&A Lounge Bar has become a favourite haunt of celebrities.

This is the only one of the Manchester hotels listed that I have stayed at, (a few years ago now),  if it’s anything like it was then I would certainly recommend it highly.

Website: Manchester Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel.

Hilton Hotels.

Hilton Manchester, Deansgate, from £119 per night. AAA rating.

Situated in the heart of Manchester, with 11 inspirational event rooms, LivingWell Spa, Podium Restaurant and the exciting 23rd floor bar – Cloud 23

Website: Hilton Manchester Deansgate.

Double Tree by Hilton, Manchester, Piccadilly, from £79 per night.

The DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Piccadilly Hotel is located in the center of Manchester, close to all of the local attractions, ideal for business

Website: Double Tree Hilton.

Hilton, Manchester Airport, from £69 per night.

15 minutes from Manchester City Centre, 25 minutes from the world famous Manchester United stadium and Old Trafford shopping mall

Website: Hilton Manchester Airport.

Hotel Ibis, Manchester.

ibis Manchester Centre Portland Street hotel is located in Manchester city center, close to major attractions, as well as shopping, nightlife and Old Trafford. The hotel offers 127 inviting and modern rooms with comfortable beds. Free Wi-Fi throughout. 24/7 Meal and Drinks Menu is available and the friendly bar is perfect for a nightcap. Piccadilly and Oxford Road stations are just a few minutes from the hotel.

Website: Hotel Ibis Manchester.

The Midland, Manchester.

It is hard to know where to begin with the breathtaking hotel, The Midland. The impressive building stands proud in the heart of Manchester’s city centre, and over the course of its 100 year history, the hotel has played host to Kings, Queens, Presidents, Prime Ministers and rock stars.

Website: The Midland.

Hotel Novotel, Manchester, 4 star.

Novotel Manchester Centre hotel is a 4 star hotel, located in central Manchester. Book the hotel to be close to the Conference Quarter and the shopping and nightlife of central Manchester. Each of the 164 modern rooms has wireless internet and satellite TV. Elements Restaurant has a wide range of international cuisine, while the Bar is perfect for coffee or cocktails. The fitness centre is complemented by a sauna and steam room. The hotel’s 7 meeting rooms can hold up to 90 people.

Website: Hotel Novotel.

Macdonald Townhouse Hotel, Manchester, AA 4star rating.

Situated right in the beating heart of Manchester’s city centre, the Macdonald Townhouse Hotel is part of The Macdonald Hotels’ Signature Collection and the perfect boutique-style hotel for your visit to this exciting and cosmopolitan city. Set in a former cotton warehouse, the hotel has been given a fantastic £3.5 million makeover and now boasts the perfect blend of style, space and comfort.

Website: Macdonald Townhouse Hotel.

 Premier Inn, Manchester, from £29 per night, room only.

A Great Night’s Sleep Guaranteed Premier Inn is the UK and Ireland’s biggest and fastest growing hotel company. With over 650 budget hotels offering quality accommodation at affordable hotel prices.

Website: Premier Inn.