Manchester is a hearty and vibrant city, with a growing economy and an exceptional range of fantastic hotels for you to stay in during your business trip. As a city with a theatre district only marginally smaller than London’s, and the most visited indoor arena worldwide, Manchester is a really exciting business destination. So whether you’re planning on spending a month based in the city working from a serviced office on a project or simply visiting for the weekend for an important client meeting, you’re truly guaranteed to be well accommodated here.
Every single city has a classic selection of reliable hotel chains, and Manchester is certainly no different. So if you want to know exactly what to expect, and exactly what you’re spending your money on, the simplest and most convenient option for you is a hotel chain.
For clean, chic interiors and a useful choice in location opt for The Crowne Plaza. With two hotels – one at Manchester Airport and one in Manchester city centre – you’ll be guaranteed excellent access to the city and friendly efficient service during your stay. For cheap and cheerful decor and an amazing choice in location, opt for Holiday Inn Express, which has a meagre seven hotels in Manchester.
If you fancy a chic boutique hotel, or a stay somewhere with a bit of zest, Manchester has some rather fantastic options for you to choose from.
Great John Street is a really beautiful example of a Manchester boutique hotel. With rich red brickwork and polished wooden floors, this gorgeous refurbished old school house – situated right next to the city’s main shopping district – is ideal for those wanting superior chic. Expect every room to be completely individual and unique.
For opulence and glamour, pay a visit to The Velvet Hotel, conveniently placed just a few minutes away from Manchester’s Piccadilly station. Each room is individually designed and the hotel also contains a restaurant and bar which is handy if you’re exhausted from a long journey. Other quirky hotels worth considering are; Didsbury House, Abode Manchester and Malmaison Manchester.
If you’re lucky enough to have the budget to stay in a luxury hotel during your business trip to Manchester, why wouldn’t you? Let’s face it, there’s nothing quite like having simply the best surroundings when you’re exhausted from a hard hitting day of business meetings! For absolutely impeccable views over this vibrant city, book yourself straight into The Lowry Hotel where floor to ceiling windows and fashionable interior design awaits you. For a delightful stay in a hotel with 100 years of history, opt for The Midland Hotel, conveniently situated near the Manchester Central Convention Complex. And if you really want all mod cons – sauna, gym, swimming pool etc – go for The Radisson Edwardian Hotel and really kick back after a day impressing clients. All the luxury hotels listed also have superior apartments and suites to stay in if you’re here on a long trip and feel you want more room to create a home from home for yourself.