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Four Star Manchester hotels

Manchester has undergone a dramatic renaissance in recent times to become a hub of culture and leisure in the North of England, with new world-class venues, live events, and festivals popping up each year. With a myriad of enthralling museums, tours, and historical attractions, the city takes pride in its cultural and industrial heritage. International designer stores and fine-dining establishments now inhabit its beautiful Victorian buildings, while stunning modern developments offer high-end shopping, dining, and leisure experiences for all-inclusive days out.

Things to see in Manchester

Start your Manchester vacation with a trip to the peaceful banks of the Bridgewater Canal—hop on a tour boat to relax on the water as your guide explains how the landscape around you was once the powerhouse of Manchester's industrial revolution. The canal's warehouses are now sophisticated restaurants, stores, and bars—stop for some refreshments, then continue your adventures at the nearby Museum of Science and Industry and The Castlefield Gallery. To experience the energy of Manchester's arts scene, investigate events and exhibitions at The Lowry. This spectacular gallery and theater complex is part of the Quays, a waterside leisure location on the revitalized docks of Salford. Avid shoppers will love to while away the day browsing British and international designer outlets on King Street and around the bustling Deansgate district. Or on rainy days, they can head to the Trafford Centre—a huge shopping and entertainment complex that boasts stunning architecture and enough stores and restaurants to keep shopaholics busy for hours on end!

4-star hotels in Manchester

You’ll find plenty of options for 4-star accommodation in Manchester, from spacious rooms in large, modern hotels to boutique guesthouses and private serviced apartments in aparthotels. Four-star hotels in Manchester are ideal for a comfortable, relaxing vacation. Most have at least one restaurant and bar on site, with an extremely high standard of cuisine—indeed, some of the best restaurants in Manchester are housed in these hotels. Manchester’s best 4 star hotels generally provide spa, sauna, or fitness facilities, while some also boast pools and outdoor terraces. Free WiFi comes as standard, and breakfast will often be included in your stay.

Where to stay in Manchester

Get in touch with Manchester's creative side in Piccadilly and the Northern Quarter, the center of the city’s artistic scene and nightlife. Choose a hotel around Piccadilly Gardens for a picturesque location within easy reach of traditional pubs, jazz bars, and comedy clubs. You can't get more central than the busy shopping district of Deansgate—enjoy world-class stores, restaurants, theaters, and galleries within walking distance of some of Manchester’s top 4-star hotels. For waterside leisure, head to Salford Quays and revel in the peaceful beauty of Manchester's revived docklands in the comfort of one of the quarter’s well-appointed new hotels.

How to get to Manchester

The easiest way to get to Manchester is via Manchester Airport. The airport is one of the largest in the UK, offering international and domestic flights. Once at the airport, you can hire a rental car for a private and leisurely vacation. Alternatively, step into one of the city's many taxis (or even hire a chauffeured limousine) for a comfortable ride directly to your 4-star Manchester hotel. It’s easy to get around the city by taxi, car, or public transportation. Manchester also has regular train services to other parts of the UK.

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