15 Top Hotels in Manchester
Considering the size of Manchester… it can feel a bit overwhelming trying to find somewhere to stay! Lucky for you, we’ve put together a list of some of the best hotels in the city to save you the legwork!
Whether you’re looking to go budget for a place to rest your head after a big night out on the town or somewhere more upmarket for a longer visit, there’s a whole range of different hotels to pick from, and we’ve hand-picked some of the best for you below.
1. Gotham Hotel
Located in an historically iconic former bank building in central Manchester, this art deco-inspired hotel comes complete with vintage décor and high ceilings just like you’d expect but with a modern twist. This fantastic hotel is the perfect place to stay if you’re looking for some extremely classy accommodation!
100 King St | Website
2. Motel One
If you’re looking to stay right in the heart of Manchester without breaking the bank, then Motel One Manchester Piccadilly is probably your best bet. With all the facilities and amenities you would expect to find in any modern hotel and a healthy breakfast buffet and free iPad rental, you can’t go wrong for the price!
If you’re wanting somewhere in a great location with a distinct style in a modern city centre building, then the Abode might be the perfect hotel for you! Perfect if you are wanting to incorporate the Races into your stay.
34 London Rd | Website
3. King Street Townhouse
Calling itself “a small adaptation of a grand hotel”, King Street Townhouse Manchester is a fantastic option for those looking to stay somewhere truly classy in the city. Set in a beautiful renaissance building with a contemporary interior, you’ll be blown away by the eclectic décor in this beautiful hotel.
10 Booth St | Website
4. Innside by Melia Manchester
Right in the heart of Manchester directly between Deansgate and Oxford Road railway stations, this 4-star hotel is within walking distance from pretty much every major hotspot that Manchester has to offer. With bright, modern and contemporary rooms and suites and easy access to public transport, this is an awesome choice for any occasion!
1 First St | Website
5. The Principal
In the centre of the busy Oxford Street area, The Principal Manchester is located in the former Palace Hotel and is well-known as one of the most iconic buildings in the city because of its striking Victorian clocktower. Not only is it right in the heart of the action, but this hotel’s fantastic rooms and suites will make you feel right at home as soon as you check in!
Oxford St | Website
6. Travelodge Manchester Central
Located just a few minutes’ walk from Manchester city centre, this is the best place to rest your head after a long day all whilst not being too far away from the action. With all the modern necessities you’d find, this is a top choice if you’re going low budget so you can spend more time out and about. This is also featured in our best hotels in Chester.
Blackfriars St | Website
7. The Cow Hollow Hotel
A former Victorian textiles warehouse-turned-boutique hotel, this fantastically luxurious hotel located on the busy Newton Street on the edge of the Northern Quarter takes inspiration from days gone by mixed with contemporary design.
57 Newton St | Website
8. Crowne Plaza Manchester City Centre
Situated on the iconic Shudehill, the Crowne Plaza is known for its stunning interiors, luxurious facilities and comfortable rooms, this is a great place to stay if you’re looking to spend some time relaxing in the hotel before heading out to see what Manchester has to offer.
70 Shudehill | Website
9. Abel Heywood Boutique Hotel
An award winning boutique and pub in the heart of the Northern Quarter, Abel Heywood is well known for its warm & welcoming atmosphere and character. When it comes to exploring the city, this is a great place to start your journey as you won’t be more than a few minutes away from all the bars, restaurants and shops you could possibly wish for!
34 Turner St | Website
10. Hilton Manchester Deansgate
Known for its iconic take on luxury hotel experiences, Hilton Manchester Deansgate is situated in the iconic Beetham Tower which known for being the tallest skyscraper in England outside London. Because of this, you know that no matter what room you stay in at this brilliant hotel, you’ll experience some unparalleled views of Manchester and beyond that simply cannot be matched.
303 Deansgate | Website
11. Holiday Inn Manchester City Centre
On the edge of the fabulous Northern Quarter, this centrally located budget hotel is a good choice for those looking to spend more time exploring and having fun in Manchester and don’t want to break the bank on a fancy hotel room, especially if you’re only staying for a night or two!
25 Aytoun St | Website
12. Copthorne Hotel Manchester
A trendy 4 star hotel in the vibrant Salford Quays area known for its exciting nightlife, world-famous attractions and endless shopping, you’ll definitely appreciate the location when you arrive at this stunning hotel. With all the necessities you’d expect from a 4 star hotel and more, you really can’t go wrong with the Copthorne Hotel Manchester.
Clippers Quay | Website
13. The Lowry Hotel
An extraordinary 5 star hotel on the bank of the River Irwell, The Lowry Hotel boasts some of the most beautiful rooms you could possibly find in this vast city. With inspiration taken heavily from the local artist L.S. Lowry, you’ll find everything you could imagine and more that this luxurious hotel during your visit.
50 Dearmans Pl | Website
14. Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel
A 4 star hotel situated in the vibrant city centre, this 280-room hotel sits just opposite Piccadilly Gardens and is no more than a few minutes’ walk away from all the bars, restaurants and shops you could feast your eyes upon! If you were hoping to pack some luxury into your accommodation and treat yourself on your trip to Manchester, then you can’t go wrong with this option!
Portland St | Website
15. The Ainscow Hotel
A hotel where modern style meets classic luxury, The Ainscow Hotel is located in Salford’s iconic Chapel Street area and is only a stones’ throw away from the bustling city centre of Manchester, so you don’t have to worry about being far from the action! With beautiful boutique rooms and a hint of luxury, this is a top choice if you’re looking to spend your time in Manchester in style
Trinity Way | Website