Manchester Hotels Guide
Manchester Hotel Guide to Staying in Manchester
Manchester city centre
has reclaimed its rightful place as the great trading
centre of the north, England's answer to Dublin in every
The feeling of renewal and renaissance is remarkable, genuine and widespread. The centre boasts a clutch of hotels that might in their own ways claim to be among the most individual and striking anywhere in the north. The Midland Hotel, of course, is joined by the Marriott Manchester Victoria & Albert Hotel, the revitalised and extraordinary Palace, the superb Radisson Edwardian in the former Free Trade Hall and the stunning 5 star Lowry Hotel. Also of note is the fashionable ABode and the Britannia and its less audacious but smarter sister Sacha's and the chicly modern and cool Malmaison. The support cast features the new generation of budget hotels with the opening of Jury's inn, Ibis, Premier Lodge, Quality Inns, the Castlefield or the inexpensive Outback Inn. all coming in under or just about £50 a night. Other openings are imminent too.
In the evening many hotels also have their own night clubs or at the very least are a few blocks away from Manchester's vibrant bar scene, which now outshines its reputation as the nation's club capital.
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