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Located in northern England, Manchester is a dynamic city where theatre, sports and history converge and provide guests with an exciting mix of activities.

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AC Hotel Manchester Salford Quays

AC Hotel Manchester Salford Quays

Guest rating 4.5   34 Reviews
Manchester Airport Marriott Hotel

Manchester Airport Marriott Hotel

Guest rating 3.9   164 Reviews
Manchester Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel

Manchester Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel

Guest rating 4.3   164 Reviews
Worsley Park Marriott Hotel & Country Club

Worsley Park Marriott Hotel & Country Club

Guest rating 4.4   163 Reviews
Renaissance Manchester City Centre Hotel

Renaissance Manchester City Centre Hotel

Guest rating 4.3   181 Reviews
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Manchester

Loud and proud, Manchester is a charismatic city with a rich history. Founded on industry, Manchester has evolved into a vibrant centre for the arts, media, sport and commerce. Keeping pace, our hotels in Manchester offer something for all tastes, whether you’re visiting for business or in search of a holiday adventure.

Packed with things to do and see, the city centre is easy to navigate, with museums, galleries and the upmarket retail districts of King Street and St. Ann’s square just a short walk from the reception desk at your Manchester hotel. Take a break from sightseeing to shop in the Central Retail District, or catch a game at the neighborhood’s Manchester Arena. More accommodation can be found amongst the museums, galleries and boutiques of The Quays, a short tram ride from the centre.

Theatre-goers have a wide choice of venues for live stage performances, from classical to modern theatre. Check out the event calendars at Opera House and Palace Theatre to find something up your alley. Every corner of the globe is represented in the city’s thriving restaurant scene, like in Chinatown, the Northern Quarter and the famous “curry mile.”

For history buffs, the Imperial War Museum North presents a novel approach to the war and lives affected by it. Old Trafford Stadium and the Manchester United Museum are must-sees as well. End your trip to Manchester with a pint of the local brew, Boddingtons Cream Ale, and for extra fun and frivolity, set your sights on the rainbow-coloured Gay Village.

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