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Piccadilly Gdns, Manchester City Centre, Manchester, England Guest Score 6.0
  • "Stayed at the Merchant hotel as we went to see a show at the arena, it’s conveniently located for the town centre and it was really good value for money." Steve Steve Review Score; 8.0/10
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65-67 Thomas Street, Manchester City Centre, Manchester, England Guest Score 6.7
  • "Basic but good value place to stay right in the city centre. Bar was lively but quiet enough after 11 to get a good nights sleep. breakfast fine, enough but what could you expect for the price? Lots of coffee shops & cafes within a few minutes walk so eating off premisses not a problem." Jill Jill Review Score; 8.3/10
Free WiFi No Smoking Rooms
1-3 Cathedral Gates, Manchester, England Good 7.1
  • "Stopped here for 1 night recently it’s in a superb location in the centre of town. The restaurant and bar was good and the room was fine for 1 night." Lee Lee Review Score; 8.0/10
Free WiFi No Smoking Rooms
57 Newton Street Northern Quarter, Manchester, England +Review Exceptional 9.5
6 Half Edge Lane, Ellesmere Park, Eccles, Manchester, England Fabulous 8.5
  • "A nice refurbished period house in a nice location, easy to get to the Trafford Centre or Manchester city centre. Rooms are clean, comfortable and relaxing, breakfasts good in quality and service. Can happily recommend the Ascott to Manchester visitors." Adrian Adrian Review Score; 8.3/10
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
34 Turner Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester, England Superb 9.2
  • "This place was fantastic, the staff were all extremely friendly and made us feel very welcome. Our room was spotless with nice furnishing and a lovely bathroom, the pub downstairs was great and it’s a good location with the city centre nearby." Bailey Bailey Review Score; 8.0/10
Free WiFi Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
6 Aldridge Road , Manchester, England +Review Fabulous 8.5
Free WiFi Free Parking Pets Allowed No Smoking Rooms
10 Commonwealth Avenue, Manchester, England +Review Fabulous 8.6
Free WiFi Free Parking Pets Allowed No Smoking Rooms
Didsbury Park, Didsbury, Manchester Superb 9.2
  • "We stayed at the Eleven Didsbury Park for the weekend and really did love it. The staff were very welcoming and the rooms are nice with a super comfy bed and the food served here was exceptionally good." Sharon Sharon Review Score; 8.3/10
Free WiFi Free Parking Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
35 Half Edge Lane, Eccles, Manchester, England Very Good 8.0
  • "We chose Ivy Mount because of the location close to the hospital and were very happy with our choice. Our room was modern and clean, breakfast was lovely and the hosts very friendly without being intrusive. We are happy to recommend to visitors to this area." Louisa Louisa Review Score; 10.0/10
Free WiFi Free Parking Pets Allowed No Smoking Rooms
386-388 Eccles New Road, Manchester, England Good 7.4
  • "Had an overnight stay here, it was good access into the Manchester centre and the room had tea and coffee, a fridge and the bed was very comfy." Susie Susie Review Score; 8.0/10
Free WiFi Free Parking Billiards No Smoking Rooms
16 Middleton Road, Crumpsall, Manchester, England Very Good 8.4
  • "We were in Manchester to watch a football match and found this to be a great place to stay. A 10 minute drive into the centre but we used the metro. The staff were nice, our apartment was warm and comfortable, we would be happy to use again as it's very reasonable in comparison to city bed and breakfasts." Thegunners Thegunners Review Score; 9.0/10
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
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The city is one of the major cities in the UK, and is arguably most famous for being home to two top-flight Premier League football teams, Manchester United and Manchester City. The attractive Pennine Hills can be found just to the north and the east of the city, and the Cheshire Plain lies in the south. After London and Edinburgh, The City is the third most visited city in the UK due to its many attractions, modern infrastructure and beautiful architecture.

No trip to here is complete without taking a tour around Old Trafford, where United play their home games. Those who are not football fans will take pleasure in visiting the many famous buildings in the city including the Beetham Tower, the CIS Tower and te iconic Town Hall. Chorlton Water Park, Clayton Vale and Highfield Country Park are perfect for anyone looking to explore some natural parklands.

This city is famous for its sporting connections around the world and visitors can enjoy watching a football game at either Man United's Old Trafford or at the City of Manchester Stadium, where 'City' can be seen. As well as football, the 2013 Ashes cricket event will visit the city as well as the Rugby League World Cup and the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

In the 19th century, Manchester was well-known for its manufacturing roots and much of today's industry in the city is service based. Many companies with a large national and international reach are based within the cities boundaries and the city is the educational, cultural and commercial focal point for the north-west of England.

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