Hotels in Manchester

Manchester is a lively city with plenty of exciting things to do. Home to both Manchester United FC and Manchester City FC, Manchester has a proud footballing history and the National Football Museum is close to its city centre. Shoppers can find great deals at the Lowry Outlet on Salford Quays. The Green Corridor and other walking tours are great ways to see more of the city and its picturesque canals. When you book a room at Premier Inn, you'll find great value accommodation close to wherever you’re headed in Manchester.

Show more
Show less

Map unavailable

Please upgrade your browser to use this map

Upgrade Internet Explorer

Places like Manchester

Take a look at our hotels in Huddersfield, Sheffield, Liverpool, Preston, Birmingham, Leeds, Nottingham and York.

Show more
Show less

More about Manchester

Manchester is perfect for football fans, with both Manchester United’s Old Trafford Stadium and Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium near our Manchester Old Trafford and Manchester City hotels. The National Football Museum is close to the city centre and is a must-visit for fans of the game.

 

Manchester is full of iconic thrifty shops and high street bargains. The intu Trafford Centre is only a few miles from the city centre and has over 200 high street and designer brands to choose from. The Lowry Outlet store has factory outlet shops with amazing discount prices.

 

There's museums and culture galore in Manchester. The HOME Centre was opened by Danny Boyle in 2015 with a prestigious gallery full of rare and inspiring works. The Lowry Gallery hosts exhibits from some of the UK's best known painters and artists. Manchester Museum was first opened in 1821 and its exhibits include dinosaur fossils, relics from ancient Egypt and the remains of meteorites. Discover more about Manchester’s industrial heritage at Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry, which has a great range of fun interactive exhibits.

 

The Manchester Arena and Manchester Academy have staged massive gigs for acts like Little Mix, Oasis and The Chemical Brothers, and are great places to go for a big night out. For Manchester’s indie scene try the Warehouse Project or the two-day Park Life festival.

 

Take a BBC studio tour, visit the Blue Peter garden and enjoy the futuristic buildings and architecture at MediaCityUK, the home of the BBC since it relocated from London in 2011.

 

If you’re looking to relax try a walk down Manchester’s Green Corridor, a scenic route through the city that links up with 31 of its award-winning parks. Heaton Park and Werneth Low Country Park both have great views and are ideal for escaping the hustle and bustle of the city.

Show more
Show less
Find more things to do in Manchester