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Church Street immerses you in the vibrant tapestry of Manchester’s Northern Quarter with bold interiors reflecting the city’s trendy bohemian style.

Choose from 68 modern, stylish apartment suites, ranging from cozy studio suites to spacious two-bedroom apartments offering balconies with breathtaking city views. The property is a short walk from Manchester Piccadilly Station and all city amenities are right on your doorstep. Whether you’re travelling for business or leisure, Church Street offers the ideal base for metropolitan living.

Offerinf Studio Suites, One Bedroom and Two Bedroom apartments. With externl balconies on a numebr of the apartments.

Each apartment comes with a fully equipped kitchen including washer/dryer and Nespresso coffee machines, en-suite bathrooms with toiletries and flat screen TVs with Chrome Cast. Set over 19 floors, our high floor level apartments offer fantastic views across the city which is all within a short walking distance of the property. 

Manchester Piccadilly Train Station is less than 10 minutes walk away with direct connections to Old Trafford and Manchester Airport. 


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Furnished Apartments in Manchester

Oh, Manchester, so much to answer for. One of England’s most iconic cities, Manchester is a cultural, musical and sporting powerhouse located in the north of England. If you think of Manchester, football, music and unfortunately rain comes to mind. Serviced apartments in Manchester probably aren’t your first thought when thinking about the city. When you are visiting Manchester for business or leisure, you should consider staying in a serviced apartment.

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Things to know before booking serviced apartments in Manchester

Guests looking to enjoy scenic views in Manchester should consider staying in Apartments in Salford Manchester

The average cost of staying in a serviced apartment in Manchester would cost as low as £90 per night and can go as high as £250

The best serviced apartments for stays in Manchester are Northern Quarter, Exchange Salford Quays, Corn Exchange Apartments in Manchester and Whitworth Apartment in Manchester

Manchester Townhouses and Apartments in Ancoats Manchester are good for families, as they have ample space and amenities such as pet accommodation.

Couples looking for a place to stay in Manchester should consider Minshull St Serviced Apartments Piccadilly for a comfortable and convinient stay.

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Why Choose a Serviced Apartment in Manchester with

When visiting a new city, it is easy to become overwhelmed by the sheer amount of accommodation options available. Why stay in a small, old-fashioned, dingy hotel room when you can stay in a stunning serviced apartment? Finding the perfect apartment is where can help. Guests can expect these benefits in our serviced apartments in Manchester City centre:

  • Is operated by a professionally managed serviced apartment company, so you can expect a well-maintained property with easy access. 
  • All apartments are fully furnished and have a fully equipped kitchen
  • Comfortable bedroom optimised to help you get the perfect night’s sleep.
  • A large television so you can watch your favourite shows. 
  • Stylish interiors with complimentary Wi-Fi

What is the Cost to Rent Apartments in Manchester for One Night?

Like any other city, the cost of an apartment per night varies widely on a number of factors such as location and facilities. At, the cost of a serviced apartment for one night in Manchester starts at around £100 for a studio, and increases to around £150 for a three-bedroom property.

You can rent apartments for the weekend in Manchester, but be sure to select suppliers which can provide this - as some may have a minimum length of stay requirement.

What are the different types of Service Accommodation in Manchester?

Our diverse portfolio ensures that we provide stays for every need. Guests planning to stay with can select from various types of accommodation such as:

Best Corporate Housing in Manchester for Business Travellers

With almost 2 million people residing in the Greater Manchester area, the city is rapidly growing as a destination for business travellers. In recent years, the BBC relocated many of its offices and operations to Media City, Salford, making Manchester an increasingly popular destination for people working in media. Regardless of the nature of your business trip, the ideal choice will be corporate housing in Manchester for the perfect balance of productivity and comfort.

If you are trying to find accommodation for C-level executives, there are many luxury apartments available in Manchester City.

Luxury Holiday Rentals in Manchester

If you are searching for holiday rentals in Manchester I have a lot of questions for you. But now is not the time to ask those. Instead, I’m here to let you know how can help you find accommodation in Manchester for your holiday. All our apartments are located next to key transport links to help you travel across the city. But seriously, a Manchester holiday?

Self-Catering Accommodation in Manchester

When staying in Manchester for an extended period of time, you are going to want to cook your own meals. All of our self-catering accommodations in Manchester have a fully equipped kitchen so you can cook up a storm in the kitchen. Whether it is carbonara or calzone, chicken jalfrezi or chop suey, you will feel at home in our apartments.

What Do I Need to Know about Staying in Manchester

Before staying in Manchester, there are a few things you should know. We have compiled all the information you need to know before you arrive in this vibrant city. Here is all the information you need to know about Manchester.

Planning Your Stay in Manchester

  • Manchester is a great city which has so much to offer for anyone visiting. You should create a clear plan before you visit otherwise you may miss out on some things that this wonderful city has to offer. 
  • Whilst Manchester is a fantastic city to visit, the crime rate has been increasing in recent years so it is important to remain vigilant. 
  • You should always wear a coat, no matter how nice the weather looks. 
  • Watch out for bikes!

What are the Best Places to stay in Manchester?

Perhaps fortunately, Coronation Street is a fictional location that has been depicted on British television for over 50 years and is not available to stay in. Over the past 50 years, Manchester has changed drastically and many neighbourhoods have experienced visible changes.

  • Salford has perhaps undergone some of the biggest changes in recent history. Salford has transformed from a former dockland to a stylish, modern mini-city. 
  • Located in the heart of the city, the Northern Quarter puts you right on the doorstep of the city. 
  • Piccadilly is a great place to stay if you need access to public transport. 
  • If you are looking to stay outside of the city, you should consider Didsbury - which is a short commute to the centre of Manchester.

Interesting Facts About Manchester

Capital of the North of England - and some may argue the cultural capital of England - hundreds of thousands of people visit Manchester each year for a variety of different reasons.

  • Manchester is home to two huge football clubs - Manchester City and Manchester United. 
  • Some of the biggest bands to come out of the UK were formed here - think Oasis, The Smiths and Stone Roses.
  • Manchester hosts the world pie eating competition. 
  • The Arndale is the biggest shopping mall in the centre of a city in all of Europe. 
  • Peaky Blinders was filmed in Manchester.
  • The Industrial Revolution started in Manchester
  • Allegedly, Manchester is the home of vegetarianism in the UK.

Tips for Visiting Manchester

When in Manchester, there is so much to do. To help you make some decisions on how to spend your time, we asked our resident Mancunians to give some tips for you.

  • Use public transport where possible instead of renting a car. 
  • Don’t just stick to staying in Manchester. If you have more time, visit some other cities in Northern England. 
  • If you need to travel internationally, Manchester Airport can take you anywhere around the world. 
  • Walk around the city centre during the day - Manchester can be covered on foot.

Places to Visit in Manchester

There is so much to do in Manchester - despite the weather. If you are visiting Manchester for a short stay or an extended period of time, you should go and watch a football match. Now, getting tickets to either watch Manchester City or Manchester United can be quite difficult, but it is worth experiencing these challenges in order to live the atmosphere on game day. Manchester United play at Old Trafford, whilst Manchester City play at the Etihad Arena.

If football is not your thing, perhaps cricket is. If you happen to be visiting Manchester in the summer, head to Old Trafford (not the football ground but close to it) to catch a game.

Manchester has many museums and galleries. The Manchester Art Gallery is a must-visit for anyone interested in the fine arts, whilst the Museum of Science and Industry is a great day out with the family.

Places to Eat in Manchester

While England experiences a comically bad reputation for all things food, Manchester has countless restaurants serving delicious food from across the globe. Stretching from Rusholme to Didsbury, The Curry Mile offers a range of Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi restaurants.

If you are looking for something a little more ‘traditional’, visit one of Manchester’s many local cafes to taste such delicacies as Lancashire Hot Pot, Parched Peas or Eccles Cakes.

Shopping in Manchester

In Manchester, there are three main ways you can indulge in some retail therapy.

  • The Arndale Centre is Europe’s largest indoor shopping mall located in the city centre. Here, you can find a wide range of shops that can be found globally. 
  • Royal Exchange Arcade is a fantastic spot to grab a bite to eat while you shop. 
  • The Trafford Centre is located on the outskirts of the city centre and has many shops and designer brands.

Transportation in Manchester

As the third biggest city in the United Kingdom, Manchester has a well-developed public transport network. One of the main methods of public transport used in Manchester is the Tram. The Manchester Tram network covers a large area and connects lots of areas of Greater Manchester with the city centre. Trams are frequent, and you can save money by purchasing a monthly or weekly pass.

Manchester Piccadilly connects Manchester with the rest of the United Kingdom. Here, trains regularly depart towards both London and Edinburgh.

What is the Best Time to Visit Manchester

Manchester has a somewhat gloomy reputation - and it is well-earned in terms of weather. Recently, a study found that cricket games in Manchester had the highest washout rate globally. So, with this in mind, if you are looking to visit Manchester for glorious weather you will be disappointed. Instead, it is best to visit Manchester during any major cultural or sporting events.

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