Hotels in Manchester, United Kingdom
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Map of Manchester hotels
- Manchester City Centre
- Old Trafford
- Manchester Arena
- Etihad Stadium
- Trafford Centre
- Heaton Park
- John Rylands Library
- Manchester Central (GMEX)
- O2 Apollo Manchester
- University of Manchester
- Museum of Science and Industry
- Old Trafford Cricket Ground
- Manchester Palace Theatre
- Haydock Park Racecourse
- Manchester Opera House
- Piccadilly Gardens
Best hotels in Manchester
Do you have a long layover at Manchester Airport? Are you flying into Manchester for a football match or to see someone at university? If the answer is yes to any of these, you might be searching for a hotel. Whether you want to stay close to the airport or travel into Manchester itself, Hotels.com can find the accommodation that is right for you. If you are going into Manchester, a quick search for hotels can produce overwhelming results. On Hotels.com, you can limit your search by budget and/or hotel ratings. If you are searching for a place close to the airport, Hotels.com has an Airport Hotels feature that allows you to search Handforth, Cheadle, and other cities and towns that are closest to Manchester Airport. Once you find your hotel, there are a lot of offerings for any type of traveler on any time constraint.
What's Manchester Like?
A major attraction in Manchester is soccer (or football in the UK) as the city hosts both Manchester City and Manchester United clubs. The National Football Museum is a favorite for those who love the sport. Football isn't the only activity that brings people to Manchester; there are various universities and colleges in the greater Manchester area like the University of Manchester and the Manchester Metropolitan University, and the large student population encourages a lively nightlife scene. If a different atmosphere is desired, you could visit Chinatown which offers a diverse array of oriental stores and retailers - an ideal place for finding a unique gift for the folks back home, and an interesting day out all round. If you're interested in visiting other attractions in the region, Liverpool is only a short train journey away, and the nearby Peak District national park is an ideal place to escape the city and get some fresh air.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Manchester
Once you decide where you want stay and what you want do while in the Manchester area, there are a few things to keep in mind. Peas are a typical side when you order food, and the ubiquitous 'Fish & Chip' shops are worth a try. If you are traveling from Europe, remember that the British Pound is still used - not the Euro. Thankfully, on Hotels.com, you can see the costs of your hotel in the currency you use or will be using. You can also browse in several different languages to make it more convenient. See Hotels.com's blog for more traveling tips. Whether you need Manchester hotel near the airport or close to your favorite team, Hotels.com can help.
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