Best hotels in Manchester from the Good Hotel Guide

Modern city with fascinating past

Manchester offers so much from a hotel stay - whether you’re interested in history, like football, want to shop until you drop, love soaps or simply want to potter about.  Walk along Rochdale Canal, the first industrial canal, to Castlefield, with interesting architecture and lots of places to eat and drink. The interactive Museum of Science and Industry is free and well worth a visit. Football fans can tour Old Trafford and the Etihad stadium then visit the National Football Museum, the biggest football museum in the world. 

The Good Hotel Guide offers a choice of Manchester accommodation – from a hedonistic city-centre hotel to Victorian villas in the leafy suburbs. As well as fantastic city-centre shopping explore Chetham’s library and John Ryland’s library which are hidden gems, full of historic artefacts. In the summer months walk the famous cobbles of Coronation Street and see behind the scenes of the soap sets.

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  • Eleven Didsbury Park, MANCHESTER, Greater Manchester

    In a peaceful suburb near the city centre, this contemporary hotel, in a stylishly refurbished Victorian town house, has a log fire in the sitting room, and a walled garden with loungers, a hammock

  • Didsbury House, MANCHESTER, Greater Manchester

    Within easy reach of the airport and the city centre, this stylish modern hotel (part of the Eclectic Hotel Collection; see Eleven Didsbury Park, below) occupies a Victorian villa in a leafy suburb.