Manchester has a world famous football team, a string of famous bands, a first class shopping centre and is rightly described as the Capital of the North. Reviews of all these hotels in Manchester are available on the hotel homepages. Manchester Trafford Centre is the second largest retail park in the UK and features everything from a cinema, a creche and play area, a Legoland Discovery Centre , a Laserquest and Paradise Island Adventure Golf. Find affordable bed & breakfast accommodation in Manchester minutes from home matches at Old Trafford and shopping at the Trafford Centre.
Travelodge Manchester Central
Blackfriars Street Manchester Central Greater Manchester M3 5AL
Located in the Deansgate area of Manchester on the south side of the river just minutes from the Arndale Centre, this central hotel offers the bonus of a Bar/Cafe on site, a handful of meeting rooms and a cash-point on site. Parking is available but charges apply. The rate as of August 2012 is around the £7.00 mark for 24 hours. Treat the fake review sites with some caution, this is terrific low-cost accommodation in a very competitive area and whilst not exactly memorable Travelodge provi ...
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|Name||Miles||Region||Rooms||Type ?||Type ?|
|Travelodge Manchester Central||0.3||Manchester Central||181||24.50|
|Comfort Inn Manchester North||4.4||Manchester||42||49.00|
|Jurys Inn Manchester City Centre||0.3||Manchester||265||58.40|
|Britannia Sachas hotel||0.5||Manchester||223||39.00|
|Holiday Inn (West)||0.9||Manchester West||82||32.00|
|Clydemount Bed Breakfast||4.8||Manchester||12||20.00|
|Holiday Inn Express Manchester East||3.9||Manchester||94||36.00|
|Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel||0.3||Manchester||148||89.00|
|Malmaison Manchester||0.6||Manchester City Centre||167||49.50|
|Holiday Inn Manchester Central Park||1.7||Central Park Manchester||83||45.00|
|New Central Guest House||2.3||Manchester||9||33.00|
|Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester Hotel||0.1||Manchester||263||104.00|
|Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa||0.8||Manchester||234||77.00|
|Crowne Plaza Manchester City Centre||0.6||Manchester City Centre||228||80.10|
|Britannia Hotel City Centre Manchester||0.4||Manchester||363||39.00|
|Premier Inn (Heaton Park)||3.5||Manchester||45||48.00|
|Copthorne Hotel Manchester||1.8||Manchester||166||52.01|
|Portland by Thistle||0.6||Manchester||205||75.00|
|Hotel Novotel Manchester Centre||0.3||Manchester City Centre||165||69.00|
|Days Hotel Manchester City||0.7||Manchester City||N/A||59.25|
|Travelodge (Sportcity) Manchester||2.5||Manchester||90||26.00|
|Travelodge Manchester Trafford Park||5||Trafford Park Manchester||54||23.75|
|Renaissance Manchester Hotel||0.3||Manchester||203||86.00|
|Travelodge (Ancoats) Manchester||0.7||Manchester Ancoats||79||24.50|
|Hilton Manchester Deansgate||0.1||Deansgate||279||104.00|
|Best Western Willow Bank Hotel||3||Fallowfield||116||64.00|
Manchester is often described as the cream of the North. Much of this can be credited to some first class shopping arcades, wall-to-wall eateries, a truly legendary nightlife and two top-flight Premiership Football Teams: Manchester United (the Reds) and Manchester City(the blues). A bus and coach service operates from Chorlton Street and trains from Manchester Piccadilly and Victoria. For opening times at The Lowry Arts Theatre and travel tips call the Tourist Information Centre on +44 (0) 161 236 9900.
If cost is a concern then there are hotels in Manchester that offer some very competitive rates. The Travelodge Manchester Central can be found in the Deansgate area on the south side of the river just minutes from the Arndale Centre, this central hotel offers the bonus of a Bar/Cafe on site, a handful of meeting rooms and a cash-point on site. Parking is available but charges apply. The rate as of August 2012 is around the £7.00 mark for 24 hours. Treat the fake review sites with some caution, this is terrific low-cost accommodation in a very competitive area and whilst not exactly memorable Travelodge provide a safe and reliable place to rest your head.
The Smithfield may lack some of the thrills and spills of a four-star but it is more than adequate for flying visits. This pub-with-rooms property in Manchesters Northern Quarter has a staggeringly good range of local ales on site including Dark Hatters from Stockport, Blinding Light from Wigan, and Tears of Angels from Denton. If you appreciated to brown-beige retro of TVs Life On Mars you just might appreciate this. All thas really missing is an old Ford Cortina parked outside and a Watneys Party Seven sitting on the bar.
Being a large city means accommodation is fiercely competitive and the cheapest options tend to clustered around a pretty varied collection of Premier Inns and Travelodges which offer rooms between £30.00 and £40.00 a night. Other low cost Manchester hotels include the Comfort Inn Manchester North, a practical budget offering located some 4 miles outside the city centre, close to Rhodes Business Park and West Croft Industrial Estate. This makes an ideal option for business travellers.
For those visitors looking to cash-in on the citys buzzing nightlife then the revamped Jurys Inn is not only terrific value but is a stylish and comfortable offering. Theres also an all day Costa Coffee to score your daily caffeine fix. The bedrooms at this new-look three-star comes equipped with air conditioning, multi-channel flat screen tvs, broadband Internet access and bathrooms you can disappear into for hours. Its also smack bang in the middle of Manchester City Centre. Further descriptions of the accommodation can be found on the booking pages, helping you make a informed decision on booking Manchester hotels, guest houses and cheap b&b lodgings.