If you're on the hunt for a low-cost stay, check out The Black Lion Hotel with rates starting from 83US$ or Holiday Inn Express City Centre Arena where prices start at 133US$. Hendham House is a low-priced apartment near North Manchester Sixth Form College offering a sunbathing terrace, a night club and a sundeck.
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Where to stay in Manchester?
Best cheap hotels in Manchester
Manchester airports & Subway stations
If you want to stay near East Midlands airport to catch an early flight, choose Radisson Blu Hotel East Midlands Airport, which is just a 15-minute walk away. Weston Hall is a great choice that is right next to Picadilly metro station, which offers room rates from 44US$. Hotels near Piccadilly train station include Doubletree By Hilton Manchester Piccadilly and Ibis Manchester Centre Portland Street.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you want to be embraced by the hustle and bustle of Manchester, choose a hotel around Didsbury district, such as Ibis Styles Manchester Portland or The City Warehouse Aparthotel. Premier Suites Manchester and Max Serviced Apartments are good apartments that will place you within a 10-minute walk of the city center. If you're interested in staying in Fallowfield district, consider booking a hotel such as Luther King House.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Manchester
Manchester features a variety of chic accommodation options, including 34 luxury hotels like Park Inn By Radisson Manchester City Centre or 11 boutique hotels, such as Eleven Didsbury Park Hotel. If other hotels don't suit you, try the reliable Premier Inn Manchester or Premier Inn Manchester, located near Emmanuel Church.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
La Suisse Serviced Apartments is an affordable choice of an apartment that is 1000 feet from St Margaret's Church. Mount Guest House offers cozy B&B-style accommodation, complete with free private parking and a free parking lot. If you're you're traveling to Manchester with young children, select a family-friendly hotel in Manchester City Center district, such as Macdonald Manchester. If you're interested in staying at a resort in Manchester, think about staying at Manchester Airport Marriott Hotel, situated near gardens and parks and offering a tennis court, an indoor swimming pool and a golf course.
City Guide: Discover the best of Manchester
Manchester is the birthplace of English football.
This is because the most successful football club in the history of English football – Manchester United originated here. Even today this team has huge fan base of 330 million supporters and is worth US$1.5 billion making Manchester a place of worship for English football fans.
You may also take this game to your heart on a trip to Manchester and Booked.net will help you with your stay there. From cheap hotel in Manchester to one abundant with luxuries all available with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
Guided by the ''Manchester brand'', the city abolished its reputation as an industrial city. In fact, Manchester is the first industrial hub in the world. It was a springboard for the 19th century Industrial Revolution and became a main focus for manufacturing. Today Manchester changed orientation to science industries, creative, cultural, media and communications making it the second main center to do business in the United Kingdom and the 12th best in Europe.
The burden of industrialization doesn't prevent Manchester from enjoying a vibrant cultural life - rivaling London. See it on your own in the city centre complete with famous brand stores like Selfridges and Harvey Nichols. Otherwise, visit the largest shopping mall in Europe at the Trafford Centre and if you are in the city in winter, keep in mind a buy at Christmas Markets in Albert and St Ann's squares.
For sightseeing Manchester is open regardless to seasons and weather all year round. Attractions include;
- Manchester Cathedral, the widest cathedral in England that leaves an unforgettable impression on tourists
- Manchester Town Hall, a neo-Gothic structure by Alfred Waterhouse and a symbol of city's prosperity
- Manchester Art Gallery, was designed by Sir Charles Barry, an architect of the Houses of Parliament
To understand this city better, you need more than a guided tour, but a good bite of its history. The past of Manchester dates back to 79 AD, when Agricola, a General built a wooden fort that later developed into an influential town thriving on commerce and trade. In 1637 it became an important producer of silk and wool. With the turn of the 18th century, Manchester was established as industrial hub. Later this reputation was shifted toward football leadership that still casts a shadow over significant part of city's culture – music.
In city's pubs is played everything from pop music to hard rock and once it was a leader of the American Billboard charts with such bands as Wayne Fontana, The Mindbenders and Herman's Hermits on the first places of the US Billboard top 100 for one week.
From music to football, Manchester is a destination for unforgettable experiences a comfortable stay is assured with Booked.net.