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You’re looking for luxury accommodation? You want to spend the night in a designer room? You want to try out a boutique hotel? Or would you prefer accommodation at a fair price? We’ve compiled a list of select addresses for every taste.

    • Great John Street Hotel

      Boutique hotel
      One of the city’s most popular boutique hotels. The individually designed rooms delight guests with their originality. Particularly charming: two free standing baths in the cleverly constructed gallery. Afternoon tea is served in the Oyster Bar – where you can also have your dinner if you like. The roof terrace has a bar, a heated veranda with recliners and a whirlpool.
      Great John Street
      Manchester M3 4FD
      +44 161 831 32 11
    • Velvet

      In the «in» quarter
      This luxurious 4-star hotel is in the heart of Manchester city centre, amidst lively and vibrant bars and close to the main shopping area. The lavish interiors are created with richly-coloured wallpapers and – of course – lots of velvet. The Velvet Lounge Bar is reminiscent of the Moulin Rouge, and large and small delights are served in the hotel’s warm and friendly restaurant. The bath butler service (£25) is a particular highlight of the hotel – and just the thing after a day’s shopping.
      2 Canal Street
      Manchester M1 3HE
      +44 161 236 90 03
    • ABode

      Central location
      This chic hotel at the heart of Manchester is located in a listed building. Guests appreciate the smartly furnished rooms with exclusive beds and waterfall showers. The five suites are particularly spacious, flooded with light and with exclusive interiors: for instance, the «Johnny Cash» contains one of his original guitars. Michael Caines restaurant serves exquisite cuisine that has been awarded the «Tourism Restaurant of the Year» award.
      107 Piccadilly
      Manchester M1 2DB
      +44 161 247 77 44
    • Radisson Blu Edwardian

      5-star luxury hotel
      Old and new Manchester meet in the Free Trade Hall. Although a large part of the former concert hall has been demolished, the façade with its four pillars remain and there are wonderful views of the city from the top floor. The building has its own restaurant, Opus One, which delights with its modern British cuisine, and has become a lively and popular meeting place.
      Free Trade Hall, Peter Street
      Manchester M2 5GP
      +44 161 835 99 29
      Radisson Blu Edwardian