Contemporary & stylish airport hotel! - 4 star – Manchester

Contemporary & stylish airport hotel! – 4 star – Manchester

Contemporary & stylish airport hotel! – 4 star – Manchester

This contemporary & stylish airport hotel is furnished to a high standard with elegant and modern interior design, conveniently located within close proximity of Manchester Airport. Rest assured that after a late flight you’ll be within the comfort of your spacious guest room in no time, enjoying the plush duvets, complimentary high speed internet connection and cable television. Unwind during your stay in the health club, equipped with an indoor swimming pool, fully equipped gym, beauty salon and sauna and steam room- you won’t want to leave!

Whatever the weather during your visit to Manchester, the city is full of activities and sights to do and see. Manchester’s Museum of Science and Industry however is a great option for families, with tonnes of interactive displays to get you thinking and learning. Wander through the Victorian Sewer, with authentic smells and sounds to find out about Manchester’s underground, discover the history of communication, watch a show in the 4D theatre and find out what it was like to work in the Manchester cotton mills with live demonstrations to show just how noisy it really got!

Another great cultural day out is the Whitworth Gallery situated in Whitworth Park. This beautiful building has over 55,000 pieces in its collection including textiles, sculpture, prints and both historic and modern art. Highlights include Genesis by Sir Jacob Epstein and Moonlight on Lake Lucerne with the Rigi in the Distance by Turner. The Gallery café is run by award winning caterers and children’s meals come with a fun art pack.

If you’re visiting with a loved one, Tatton Park makes a great romantic day out. The mansion sits within 50 acres of award winning gardens, which in turn are situated in the centre of 1,000 acres of lush greenery. The house was occupied by the Egerton family during the 18th and 19th centuries, and the collections of rare and antiquarian books and paintings are a reflection of the importance of the family and of course their wealth. Afterwards, explore the grounds at your leisure on foot, bicycle or horseback if you’re feeling adventurous! The site has been a deer park since 1290, so packing a picnic and watching these regal animals is highly recommended. If the weather’s not in your favour however, the Stables restaurant offers up homemade, locally sourced dishes and even includes a ‘baby deli’ for those with little ones.