Luxury Hotels

If you are looking for the creme de la creme of Manchester hotels, then the following Manchester luxury hotels will not disappoint. From new contemporary 5 star properties to some of Manchester’s most revered historical landmarks, these hotels are sure to impress.

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The Lowry Hotel
The Lowry Hotel

The Lowry Hotel

50 Dearmans Place, Chapel Wharf
Manchester, UK

Website: www.thelowryhotel.com
Phone Number: 0161 827 4000

Located in the Chapel Wharf area of Manchester city centre overlooking the River Irwell, the Lowry Hotel is within easy walking distance of the trendy boutiques of Deansgate and King Street and is also close to Granada TV Studios. This luxury 5 star hotel boasts a contemporary design both inside and out, and the chic guest rooms are no exception and offer walk-in wardrobes, marble bathrooms, work desk with ergonomically designed chair, high speed internet access and minibar, and many rooms are available with an impressive river view. The River Bar and Restaurant offers fine dining specialising in classic British dishes using local ingredients, while The Terrace is the perfect place to enjoy breakfast, lunch or cocktails while admiring the view and soaking up the sun. There is also Sushi and Afternoon Tea available at the River Bar. Other facilities include a gym, sauna, as well as a luxury spa offering a full range of indulgent treatments.


The Midland Hotel
The Midland Hotel

The Midland Hotel

Peter Street
Manchester, UK

Website: www.qhotels.co.uk
Phone Number: 0161 236 3333

Located in the heart of the city centre, the Midland is a 4 star luxury Manchester hotel with a 100 year history of welcoming discerning guests including royalty and celebrities. Convenient for all the attractions of Manchester city centre, the Midland Hotel is particularly well situated for the exhibitions and conferences held at Manchester Central Convention Complex (formerly GMEX). The luxurious guest bedrooms sport a beautiful mix of traditional and modern design styles, and both standard and superior rooms are available as well as some stunning suites. For dining, choose between the award-winning French Restaurant, the Wyvern Restaurant & Bar, and the Octagon Lounge where Afternoon Tea is served. Other amenities include an excellent gym and squash court.


Radisson Edwardian Manchester
Radisson Edwardian Hotel

Radisson Edwardian Hotel

Free Trade Hall, Peter Street
Manchester, UK

Website: www.radissonedwardian.com
Phone Number: 0800 374 411

Situated just steps away from Manchester Central Convention Complex (MICC), and within walking distance of the vibrant restaurant and shopping districts of city centre Manchester, the Radisson Edwardian Hotel offers luxury accommodation in the heart of the action. Bedrooms are very stylish with impressive amenities such as Bang & Olufsen TVs, free high speed internet access, custom furniture, original artwork, slate bathrooms. If you require more space to spread out or for entertaining, there is a also a selection of luxury suites available. The glamarous Opus One Bar & Restaurant is one of Manchester’s most popular establishments for sampling a modern take on the best of British food, while ALTO Bar & Restaurant is more relaxed but the food no less impressive. Hotel facilities include spa with solarium, sauna, steam room, 12m swimming pool and gymnasium.


Velvet Hotel
Velvet Hotel

Velvet Hotel

2 Canal Street
Manchester, UK

Website: www.velvetmanchester.com
Phone Number: 0161 236 9003

Velvet Hotel is a unique boutique luxury hotel located close to Piccadilly train station in one of Manchester’s lively city centre bar areas. Guest rooms are lavishly furnished and decorated, each in an individual and somewhat outrageously opulent style, and clubbing packages are available on Friday and Saturday nights. Velvet Restaurant has a lively and friendly atmosphere and has long been on Manchester’s ‘must visit’ list, while the Lounge Bar can work equally well for a pre-dinner drink, or a lively night out.