Manchester is an eclectic city with a proud history in science, politics, music, arts and sport and boasts two world famous football teams; Manchester United and Manchester City.
Explore Manchester’s many attractions such as China Town, The Museum of Science and Industry, the National Football Museum, The Lowry Art Gallery or just relax and enjoy its many restaurants, bars and coffee houses. We showcase the best luxury hotels Manchester
The Lowry Hotel
50 Dearmans Place, Chapel Wharf, Manchester
Taking its name from the famous Salford artist, L.S Lowry, it’s no surprise to discover that art runs through the very fabric of the Lowry Hotel. From the moment you step through the polished glass doors the hotel delivers a tangible sense of something a bit different.
29 Ducie St, Manchester
It’s the finer details that defines Dakota Manchester. With its striking penthouse suite with views across Manchester, to their elegant classic room with garden terraces, this luxury Manchester hotel is designed with relaxation and comfort in mind. The hotel offers a truly luxurious experience, with bold and beautiful décor and sumptuous bedrooms to relax in style.
King Street Townhouse
10 Booth Street , Upper King Street, Manchester
King Street Townhouse, located within the upper King Street Conservation Area of Manchester city centre, is an impressive Italian renaissance building, designed by local architect Edward Salomons. The boutique hotel offers contemporary accommodation with 40 individually designed bedrooms & suites.
Located on the 7th floor, overlooking the clock tower and spires of the Manchester Town Hall is the hotel’s relaxation area including an Infinity Spa Pool, Steam Room and Relaxation Room.
Radisson Blu Edwardian, Manchester
‘Free Trade Hall’, Peter Street, Manchester
The 263 luxurious rooms and suites at this central 5 star Manchester hotel have been designed for both relaxation and work with richly decorated rooms and marble bathrooms. Transcend to the 14th floor and you’ll discover 4 exclusive Penthouses devoted to some of the iconic names that have stepped through the doors of Free Trade Hall.
The Midland Manchester
16 Peter Street, Manchester
Since 1903, The Midland Hotel in Manchester has been a much-loved part of this magnificent city’s life. The hotel is one of Manchester’s most-loved icons, located just minutes from Oxford Road and Piccadilly stations. With 312 sumptuous bedrooms and suites, award-winning food and drink and an idyllic spa The Midland has a timeless elegance .
Oxford Street, Manchester
Dating back to 1890, The Principal Manchester is a magnificent landmark in the city’s skyline with its clock tower and striking Victorian architecture. Opposite Oxford Road Station and just a 10-minute walk from Manchester Piccadilly, The Principal Manchester is perfectly placed for business travel and weekend getaways, and is close to many of the city’s attractions.
100 King St, Manchester
Each of the 55 bedrooms and five Inner Sanctum Suites at this unique boutiqur hotel are a full-on sensory experience. Everything you see and touch, from the extravagantly opulent linen to the brass and leather of the fittings, is designed to make you sigh with satisfaction.
Hilton Manchester Deansgate
303 Deansgate, Manchester
Hilton Manchester Deansgate showcases stylish rooms and suites, a stunning cocktail bar with panoramic views and magnificent event space, all in the heart of Manchester. Housed in the 47-story iconic Beetham Tower, this Manchester hotel is a destination in itself.
Great John Street Hotel
Great John Street, Manchester
Only a stone’s throw from Manchester’s most exclusive shopping areas, restaurants and theatres, this original Victorian school house has been transformed into a luxury townhouse hotel with unique, individually designed bedrooms and suites alongside stylish lounges, such as the ground floor Oyster Bar and the south facing Rooftop Lounge.
AC Hotel by Marriott
15 Mason Street, Manchester City Centre
AC Hotel Manchester City Centre is located on the edge of Manchester’s Northern Quarter, a short walk from both Victoria train station and Piccadilly Station. The city’s bars, restaurants, shops, museums and theatres are all nearby.
The hotel features exposed brick work and floor to ceiling windows. The bedrooms feature personal toiletries, designer bedding, flat-screen TVs and a mini fridge.