Manchester is an exciting city home to legendary music venues and bands, English pubs, world famous football teams, first class shopping, history, heritage and culture. The city attracts tourists from all over the world. Shop till you drop at the luxurious Selfridges and Triangle (Exchange Square) departments stores, or head to the city's most upmarket shopping area "King Street".
You can stay in historic buildings from where you can enjoy spectacular views across the city or look down over lively Canal Street. There is a wide selection of apartment rentals to choose from. Cheaper studios for the budget minded traveller or aparthotels, as well as high-class five-star self catering properties. The city never sleeps, and it can be busy especially if you visit during a match day when Manchester United is playing at Old Trafford football stadium, or when a show is performed at the Phones 4U indoor arena, the largest of its type in Europe.
You definately will find the perfect accommodation for short rental periods or long term stay. Many rentals are perfect for families or large groups up to 6 people. These vary spacious apartments have mostly 1 double bedroom, and a 2nd bedroom with 2 further double beds or 3 single beds, and 2 separate bathrooms.
Cheap Deals for Serviced Flats - City Centre
Apartments offer you a stylish home in the heart of Manchester, at an affordable rate, whether you are staying in the city for business or leisure. These rentals are perfectly situated near all famous landmarks such as the Phones 4U arena, Old Trafford football ground, near G-MEX centre, Trafford Shopping Centre, Piccadilly railway station, Deansgate Locks, Manchester airport, and many more. Many flats to let can accommodate 4 people, 5, or 6, ...
Vacation flats, studios and holiday apartments are located in the city's most popular districts such as Salford, in the city centre, Fallowfield, Didsbury, Rusholme, Gorton and Burnage. You can stay for one night, for a weekend away, for a week, month.
Head into town for some retail therapy or indulge your passion for culture in one of the many galleries, museums and theatres on your doorstep. Don't miss The Lowry, a vibrant centre of creativity, or the Chinese Art Centre. Take in an exhibition at the city's Art Gallery or see one of your favourite West End shows at the Palace Theatre or Opera House. You can catch the latest films at the IMAX cinema or enjoy some of the lovely parks that surround the city. Heaton Park has its own animal centre and a full programme of family events throughout the year. Manchester’s music industry is alive and kicking, so whether your taste is mainstream or more eclectic there are plenty of music venues to keep you happy.
Looking for a cheap rental apartment in Manchester ?
Located in the city centre, near by Piccadilly Gardens is City Warehouse. They often offer very cheap rates for short term rentals. You can rent a one or two bedroom stay or a penthouse for up to 8 people.
Another accommodation that often offers cheaper prices is Atrium by Bridge Street. This 4 star aparthotel is close to Piccadilly, Oxford Road Stations and Chinatown, right in the city centre.
Check also rates for The Apartment Company or Premier Apartments Manchester. Holiday or business accommodation is located in the fashionable Northern Quarter, with the Arndale Shopping Centre, Deansgate and the Phones 4U indoor arena nearby. The Premier is close to both the business areas of the city. This cheap rental is ideal for both short and long stays !
Main railway station ?
The primary railway station of Manchester is Piccadilly Railway Station, connected by rail with numerous destinations all over England and Scotland. The station is operated by Network Rail, which operates most of the rail infrastructure in England.
Piccadilly is also served by Metrolink, the light rail system of the city. The other main central train station is Victoria Station.
Where is Manchester ?
The city of Manchester is located in the north-west of England UK, halfway between London and Scotland, in the metropolitain county of Greater Manchester. It's the largest city in the north of the country.
- Bolton -- 6 miles
- Blackburn -- 19 miles
- Huddersfield -- 22 miles
- Bradford -- 29 miles
- Liverpool -- 31 miles
- Sheffield -- 33 miles
5 Must See Attractions and Sights
Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI)
(Liverpool Rd, Castlefield, M3 4FP United Kingdom)
Museum situated in the Castlefield area of the city centre, displaying a fascinating collection of all things Science and Industry.
John Rylands Library
(150 Deansgate, M3 3EH England UK)
University library located on Deansgate in the heart of the city centre. The architecture of the Gothic building is impressive. It is build from Cumbrian sand stone.
Royal Exchange Theatre
(St Anns Square, Greater Manchester M2 7DH)
Enjoy a marvellous theatrical experience at this unique theatre, which opened in September 1976.
(Pier 8, The Quays, Salford, M50 3AZ United Kingdom)
Famous arts venue in Salford Quays on Pier 8, housing the largest public collection of works by LS Lowry worldwide. At the two theatres plays are performed from musicals and ballet to Shakespeare.
(Trafford Center Ltd, Management Suitek, Trafford M17 8AA, England)
Find the most exclusive short and long term rentals in Manchester. View detailed rental listings for our luxury 4 and 5 star places to stay. One of the best properties is 5 star Blue Rainbow Aparthotel. These new 5 star apartments are located in the city centre, within easy reach of Deansgate Station, Deansgate Locks and Manchester Central exhibition hall.
Another recommended accommodation for rent is 4 star Padhotels Spectrum. These contemporary city centre luxury one and two-bedroom rentals are fully furnished to offer all that you need for long and short stays.