Hotels in Manchester


Get in on the action in vibrant Manchester! Directly linked to Manchester Airport’s terminals, and just 13 km from the city centre, the luxury Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester Airport is perfect for catching an early flight, or simply enjoying all that Manchester has to offer. While you’re there, take in a Manchester United or Manchester City football match, shop ‘til you drop and see some of the city’s multitude of museums and art galleries!

Manchester is a big, bold northern city, close to the Pennines and on the Cheshire Plain. It sings with culture, colour and diversity. Manchester is famous for its music scene and two successful football teams today but its success as a city has been built on the back of its industrial heritage; it was king of the coal and textile industry for many years – sometimes known as Cottonopolis – transporting cotton and cloth along the railways and the Bridgewater Canal to the Mersey and the world beyond. Manchester was the place to be – a cosmopolitan centre way ahead of its time. The advent of container shipping put an end to its heyday but as with many industrial cities the docklands, warehouses and waterways have been regenerated to create cool new spaces. The Salford Quays are a lively place to hang out and you’ll find L.S Lowry’s matchstick people on display in the museum dedicated to the painter.

Manchester Airport flies millions of holiday makers and business travellers all over the world and it’s just a short train ride into the heart of the city. From the busy Manchester Piccadilly Station it’s easy to walk to the middle of the action. Manchester is a shopping heaven and the Triangle, Exchange Square, King Street, the Avenue in Spinningfields and Printworks are the places to head to for some serious retail therapy. On your way around the city check out some of the architecture – Manchester has some real gems – look out for the distinctive red brick and the heart of the old Roman fort, Castlefield, on the Bridgewater Canal. Manchester Town Hall built in 1877 is an iconic piece of Gothic Victorian architecture and the Chetham Library is the oldest English language public library in the world (founded in 1653).

In the evening you’ll be spoilt for choice – from comedy clubs to restaurants, orchestras to live music. This is the home of Oasis, The Smiths, Joy Division, Elbow, New Order and Take That. Head to Canal Street for the real Manchester vibe – this is one of the city’s hottest night time spots and part of the famous gay scene. Before you leave don’t miss out on visiting one of the country’s most well-known streets: Coronation Street. Take a tour and have a photo outside the Rovers Return Inn with the traditional terraced houses in the background.

Hotels in Manchester

  • Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel Manchester
    Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel Manchester

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  • Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester Airport
    Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester Airport


    Conveniently located directly adjacent to Manchester Airport, this hotel is ideal for both business and leisure travellers. Guests can enjoy delicious on-site dining, including the daily Super Breakfast Buffet. Manchester's city centre and a number of popular attractions are nearby. Stylish rooms offer top amenities, including Free Wireless, High-speed Internet access.

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