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Serviced Apartments in Manchester

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Minshull St, Piccadilly
from $110/night
Manchester City Centre
from $142/night
Whitworth Locke
from $110/night
La Reserve Aparthotel Manchester
from $128/night
Bloom Street
from $155/night
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What’s on in Manchester


England’s most visited city after London, Manchester is a melting pot of cultural activities, an electrifying social scene and abundance of heritage sites. Mancunians are not only fiercely proud of their native city, but also known across the world for their welcoming and friendly attitude. The city features numerous museums dedicated to its industrial heritage, as well as quirky bars and traditional northern pubs. There’s also some of the best leisure facilities anywhere in the UK and an atmosphere that is unique to the city. Whether you are looking for fine dining or pub grub, modern sporting facilities or classical ruins, Manchester has it all.

Where to stay in Manchester

Manchester has good areas and bad areas, but if you want to really get a feel for the city then you’ll want to find somewhere fairly central. If you are planning an extended stay in Manchester, then choosing to base yourself in a serviced apartment will yield benefits that traditional hotels cannot match - not only will you have many of the usual conveniences, such as a room cleaning service and reception, but you will also have your own private living space, including secure access and full kitchen facilities. Whether you are looking for larger corporate housing or a luxury studio for one, we have a range of properties to suit every budget.

What to do in Manchester

Manchester is a city that demands to be explored. Much of the centre is very pedestrian-friendly, so it’s great to just walk around and discover the numerous museums, landmarks and  pop-up galleries that pervade throughout the city. Given that the city was an industrial powerhouse for some 200 years, many of the museums are dedicated to the various industries that flourished - such as engineering and cotton production.

Manchester is also notorious for its nightlife and every kind of bar and club is represented - from bustling, town-centre cocktail bars to underground, alternative dance clubs. There are also some fantastic historic pubs dotted around, as well as quirky theme bars. Of course, there is also no shortage of places to eat, with some of the finest dining available in the UK.

During the summer months, the city also has some fantastic places to enjoy the outdoors, with numerous small parks located around the centre - some of which even include the old Roman ruins - and many of the wide walkways have open bar fronts with outdoor seating, making Manchester a great place for those that enjoy being in the sunshine.

Tips for staying Manchester

Places to eat

Manchester offers some of the best dining anywhere in the UK - Manchester House offers a contemporary British menu and is renowned as one of the most popular fine dining experiences in the city, whilst Adam Reid at the French also offers an exciting British cuisine. Those looking for something a little different may enjoy Fazenda Manchester - a Brazilian all you can eat grill that also has a seperate cocktail bar.

Shopping

The Arndale Centre is the place to go for a bit of retail therapy, with numerous fashion brands, electronic goods and homeware stores all housed in one modern complex. Alternatively, Manchester Fort Shopping Park offers several larger outlets, including several superstores. Of course, the city centre - particularly on the east side - also features  numerous retailers, from high-end fashions to quirky independent stores.

Attractions

The Museum of Science and history is dedicated to Manchester’s industrial heritage and has numerous large scale exhibits - including a working Victorian cotton mill. Just across the street is the Air and Space hall, which you can enter on the same ticket and view examples of aircraft produced with local components and technology. Alternatively, sports fans might wish to visit the Football museum, or take a tour of the notorious Old Trafford stadium.

Transport

Manchester has superb public transport links, with buses and trams covering teh city centre and offering a convenient way to get around at low cost. The city centre itself is also very pedestrian friendly, so a great place to explore on foot. Alternatively, those looking to travel a little further afield will find the city’s four railway stations offer services to the surrounding areas, as well as the wider UK.

Local Business

Manchester has a strong economy that is largely driven by financial and professional services - Begbies Traynor has its international HQ in the city; advanced manufacturing; and creative digital technology. Pharmaceuticals are also big business, with AstraZeneca having a local base. There are also several consumer brands based in Manchester, including PG Tips and Umbro.

Our 8 serviced apartments in Manchester are rated 4.0 out of 5 based on 8 reviews
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