Hotels in Manchester

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Welcome to Manchester

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If greatness were a city, it would probably be Manchester. Think radical politics, groundbreaking science, cult writers, the Theatre of Dreams, the Rovers Return, The Hacienda and probably about a third of your music collection. It’s a student stomping ground, stylish short breaks destination, shopping and sporting mecca. Mad for it? Book into one of our Manchester hotels and you soon will be. 

Hotels in Manchester
  • Manchester City Centre (Portland Street)

    112-114 Portland Street Manchester Manchester M1 4WB
    (0.8 miles) Based on 2088 traveller reviews
  • Manchester City Centre (Deansgate Locks)

    Medlock Street Manchester Greater Manchester M15 5FJ
    (1 miles) Based on 1435 traveller reviews
  • Manchester City Centre (Arena/Printworks)

    North Tower Victoria Bridge Street Salford M3 5AS
    (1.3 miles) Based on 1772 traveller reviews
  • Manchester Salford Central

    Irwell Street Salford Greater Manchester M3 5EN
    (1.5 miles) Based on 560 traveller reviews
  • Manchester Old Trafford

    Sir Alex Ferguson Way Trafford Park Manchester M17 1WS
    (2.7 miles) Based on 1430 traveller reviews
  • Manchester West Didsbury

    Christie Fields Business Pk Derwent Avenue West Didsbury M21 7QS
    (3.6 miles) Based on 439 traveller reviews
  • Manchester Trafford Centre South

    Wilderspool Wood Trafford Centre Manchester M17 8WW
    (5.4 miles) Based on 420 traveller reviews
  • Manchester Trafford Centre West

    Old Park Lane Trafford Quays Trafford Centre M17 8PG
    (5.6 miles) Based on 1590 traveller reviews

Opening soon

July 2016

Premier Inn Manchester Salford Media City is in the heart of MediaCityUK - ideal for creative types. Just a few minutes from The Quays, we've got Old Trafford, Rugby Football League and Salford City Stadium close by too. There's plenty of culture to take in at Salford Art Gallery, ITV Coronation Street studio and BBC Manchester. To make life even better, getting around is super easy with great connections into Manchester city centre by tram, train or bus.

Things to do in Manchester

Forget the high street

Delve deep into the heart of Manchester’s irrepressible artsy, creative spirit in the Northern Quarter. Scour vintage shops for one-of-a-kind ensembles, crate-dig for rare vinyl, support local artists at the Craft and Design Centre and pop into MadLab to see what the geeks are up to. 

Cruise for curry

On Rusholme’s Curry Mile, you’ll find more Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Sri Lankan eateries than anywhere else in the UK.  It’s paradise for curry aficionados and a perfect starting place for those who don’t know their korma from their kottu. Expect to like the prices too. 

Focus on football

We know we’re about to lose half of you, but it just wouldn’t be right to talk about Manchester without making one small reference to the city’s famed relationship with 'The Beautiful Game’. Go to the National Football Museum, watch a match at Old Trafford or the City of Manchester Stadium. There, we said it.

Get your culture fix

The Greater Manchester Police Museum traces the history of the local Bobby. Democracy, activism and worker’s rights are the order of the day at the People’s History Museum. To see what scientific and technological innovation has in store, go to the Museum Of Science and Industry. History buffs shouldn’t miss the Imperial War Museum North. 

Walk a musical mile

Hook up with one of the official Manchester Music Tours to see where the city’s musical behemoths such as Joy Division, The Stone Roses, Oasis and The Smiths lived, found inspiration and booked their first gigs. Led by Inspiral Carpets drummer, you’ll get a first-hand account of the scene in its heyday. 

Play at Legoland Discovery Centre

You want to shop. They want to play. The Trafford Centre can help. Here you’ll find an abundance of high street staples, a ton of places to eat and drink and Legoland Discovery Centre. Go on a factory tour, visit the 4D cinema, the shop and a whole host of other plastic brick attractions. 

Working in Manchester

MediaCityUK is where the BBC, ITV and lots of other bright-spark TV, media and digital companies get to work. If you’re joining them, first book one of our Manchester business hotels, then factor in some ‘me-time’. Enjoy theatre and art at The Lowry, watch a film at Vue, bag a bargain at Lowry Outlet or take a leisurely stroll along the waterfront.