A great location within easy reach of all Manchester’s main attractions, this Secret Hotel is serviced by attentive staff offering dry cleaning and room service to ensure your stay is relaxed and hassle free. Should you be travelling for business, make sure you take advantage of the fully equipped business centre with meeting rooms as well as the onsite convention services. Guest rooms are well appointed with all the mod cons you would expect, and if you’re travelling as a family, there are oversized family rooms available so you can all stay together as well as infant beds and cribs available on request. Snap up this great value hotel between the city centre and Media City today!
First timers to this exciting city should consider taking a tour to get their bearings. The sightseeing bus tours can be a great option, as you’ll cover more miles than on foot and the informative guide will entertain you with interesting facts about landmarks such as the John Rylands Library, Manchester Town Hall and Trafford Park. For something more unique, why not book onto a ghost walk! You’ll get to hear all the spooky stories of the city as you wander through the alley ways and into some of Manchester’s most haunted buildings. The tour also includes visiting the sights of the film locations for Hogwarts and Sherlock Holmes.
It can be difficult keeping the kids entertained during city breaks, but if you’re stuck for things to do then Chill Factore is sure to occupy even the fussiest of children! This fun and educational centre offers courses and classes for all levels in snowboarding, indoor climbing and skiing- so whether you’re doing jumps on the slope or falling over all day you’re guaranteed lots of laughs and entertainment.
Manchester’s Chinatown is the second largest in the UK after London so if you like oriental cuisine and exotic shops then be sure to squeeze in a couple of hours here. With vibrant colours and decadent décor, Chinatown is a feast for the eyes and if you happen to be visiting in February during Chinese New Year, then you’re in for a treat as this is when the area comes alive with traditional festivities including a big parade and beautiful costumes.
For eating out, it doesn’t get much better than Michael Caines at Abode. This award winning restaurant is the brainchild of double Michelin star chef Michael Caines so expect innovative dishes paired with delicious wines- a must for special occasions!