From £130 per night
This chic development of serviced apartments in Manchester has modern two bedroom apartments and a fabulous two bedroom penthouse on the top floor with amazing views over the city. The style is both contemporary yet supremely comfortable.
From £72 per night
Sitting in Manchester’s Northern Quarter, an area known for its bustling nightlife and music culture - Church Street aparthotel is surrounded by an array of independent bars and restaurants.
From £105 per night
Stylish Manchester serviced apartments offering one and two bedroom apartments and 2 duplex penthouse two bedroom apartments. Situated on the corner of Liverpool Road and Deansgate, these centrally located apartments are ideal for either weekend city breaks or corporate housing.
From £85 per night
The beautiful studio and one and two bedroom serviced apartments at Piccadilly Place offer a safe, stylish and convenient location in the centre of Manchester, just three minutes walk away from Piccadilly Station.
From £89 per night
Beautifully designed apartments fully fitted for the practicalities of daily life and finished with a subtle suggestion of the Orient inspired by the bustle of nearby Chinatown. As you'd expect from a luxury hotel, there's every concession to contemporary style and comfort.
From £80 per night
These fully serviced apartments are conveniently located within easy walking distance of Manchester city centre and with the Northern Quarter on your doorstep you can enjoy the vast array of nearby restaurants, cafes and bars.
From £80 per night
Whitworth Locke is a stunning 19th century heritage building which is situated within the stylish Civic quarter, only a short stroll from Manchester’s vibrant Norther Quarter.
From £107 per night
If you haven’t set foot in this city yet, get ready to fall in love. Whether it’s culture, music or food you’re interested in, there are lots of fun things to do in Manchester. Everything is within a short walk; from designer shopping on New Cathedral Street, to an outstanding collection of Pre-Raphaelite paintings at Manchester Art Gallery, or eclectic theatre performances at HOME. If it happens to be raining (which it often does!), jump on the tram that’ll take you throughout the city.