Stylish hotel, pool & spa, near Manchester airport - 4 star – Manchester

Stylish hotel, pool & spa, near Manchester airport – 4 star – Manchester

Stylish hotel, pool & spa, near Manchester airport – 4 star – Manchester

Conveniently located near the airport, this four star Secret Hotel, ‘Stylish hotel, pool & spa, near Manchester airport – 4 star – Manchester’ benefits from free parking and an extensive range of leisure facilities you won’t want to leave! With an onsite hair and beauty salon, gym with aerobics classes and an indoor pool and spa equipped with a steam room and sauna, you’ll feel revitalised and reenergised in no time. Guest rooms are serviced by daily housekeeping and benefit from free internet access as well as first class amenities such as coffee and tea making facilities, a separate hanging closet and flat screen television.

John Rylands Library in Manchester’s city centre is the Univeristy Library, but was originally built as memorial to the late John Rylands courtesy of his wife. The building is architecturally striking, built in the late Victorian era in a neo-gothic design; this grand library is more reminiscent of a church with its high ceilings and ornate stonework. Venture inside to the ethereal Reading Room and be sure to check out the basement toilets, restored to their Victorian glory!

The Imperial War Museum North gives you the chance to learn about world conflict past and present through informative displays and exhibitions. Highlights include the British Army’s field gun from WWI that fired the first shell and a collection of steel from the 9/11 World Trade Center terrorist attack as well as hundreds of photos, posters and artefacts bringing to life historical events and conflicts from around the world. If you’re travelling with children, be sure to check out the family events on offer throughout the year which are fun and educational sessions about war time themes such as child evacuation and food rationing. After your visit, refuel at the WaterShard café and Kitchen located within one of the three shards of the venue. With seasonal dishes, homemade pizzas and delicious cakes it’s the perfect place to reflect on the galleries of the museum.

For those visiting the city for a romantic break, Manchester offers a great range of classy restaurants and cocktail bars. Why not try the Second Floor restaurant at Harvey Nichols overlooking Exchange Square. With an extensive wine list, master mixologists and both European and Asian dishes served in the Restaurant and Brasserie, it’s one of the best destinations in the city to woo a loved one! For daytime activities, why not take a rowing boat out on the lake at Heaton Park? Stroll around the 600 acres and enjoy a lunchtime picnic, or take a tour of Heaton Hall for some culture.