Budget Accommodation - Best Deals
M4 1SH, Manchester, Tib Street, Piccadilly
Next to Piccadilly Gardens in Manchester’s centre, this hotel features 2 restaurants and a health club with a swimming pool and hot tub. Manchester Piccadilly Station is just 10 minutes’ walk away. All of the... read more
£ 37.00View Rates
M1 3LA, Manchester, 35 Portland Street
Set in a magnificent Victorian building, Britannia Hotel is just 10 minutes' walk from Manchester Piccadilly Railway Station. With free WiFi and 2 lively bars, the hotel is 1 mile from Manchester Cathedral. The impressive... read more
£ 38.00View Rates
M1 2AP, Manchester, 55 Piccadilly
Overlooking the central Piccadilly Gardens, Gardens Hotel is a 10-minute walk from Piccadilly Rail Station. It has free Wi-Fi, and guests can make use of a 24-hour front desk. Each of the bright rooms has... read more
£ 40.00View Rates
M1 4GX, Manchester, Portland Street
In the heart of Manchester city centre, the ibis Manchester Centre 96 Portland Street features a 24-hour front desk and a lively bar. It is close to the city's major attractions, including shopping, nightlife, and... read more
£ 50.00View Rates
M1 7DG, Manchester, Charles Street
With a 24-hour snack bar and stylish restaurant, this modern hotel is situated on Charles Street, within Manchester’s lively centre. Oxford Road Station is just a 5-minute walk away. The bright and airy bedrooms each... read more
£ 52.00View Rates
M4 5AZ, Manchester, 6 - 14 Great Ancoats Street
Near a 5-minute walk from Piccadilly Gardens, The City Warehouse Aparthotel features free WiFi and a 24-hour front desk. Manchester Piccadilly Rail Station and the main shopping district are within a 10-minute walk. The City... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
M4 1EF, Manchester, 58 High Street
High Street Townhouse is located in Manchester’s historic Northern Quarter. Built in 1897 by Wilson Bothamley, the building was originally a milliner's warehouse and shop. Now it has been transformed into a boutique aparthotel of... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
M1 6DP, Manchester, 3-5 Portland Street, Piccadilly Gardens
Ibis Styles Manchester Portland is opposite Piccadilly Gardens, close to the Northern Quarter. Featuring a lively bar, restaurant and high-speed WiFi throughout, the hotel is just 5 minutes' walk from Piccadilly Station. The weather-themed rooms... read more
£ 61.00View Rates
M4 5JY, Manchester, Goadsby Road off Swan Street
In the heart of Manchester, this hotel is just 600 metres from the Manchester Arena. Holiday Inn Express Manchester City Centre Arena has a 24-hour front desk and modern rooms with Wi-Fi access. The bright,... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
M1 2GH, Manchester, 8B Gateway House
Staycity Aparthotels Manchester Piccadilly offers accommodation in Manchester. Canal Street is 300 metres away. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property. All units have a seating and dining area. There is also a kitchen, equipped... read more
£ 65.70View Rates
M1 2PG, Manchester, London Road
Just 150 metres from Manchester Piccadilly Station, the Macdonald Manchester Hotel has an award-winning restaurant, which serves seasonal produce. The property was awarded Best Luxury Hotel in Manchester from the Eat Drink and Awards 2015.... read more
£ 69.00View Rates
M1 4LG, Manchester, 18-24 Princess Street
In Manchester city centre, the Princess St. Hotel has a 24-hour fitness centre, modern rooms, and free WiFi throughout. Manchester’s central shopping district is a 3-minute walk away and Manchester Art Gallery is directly opposite.... read more
£ 71.10View Rates
M1 2DB, Manchester, 107 Piccadilly
In the heart of the city, ABode Manchester is a splendid 19th-century building with free Wi-Fi access and an award-winning restaurant. Piccadilly Rail Station is 3 minutes’ walk away. ABode Manchester’s double-glazed rooms offer monsoon... read more
£ 74.00View Rates
M1 3HE, Manchester, 2 Canal Street
Boasting stunning rooms with contemporary décor, Velvet Hotel is on central Manchester’s vibrant Canal Street and a 5-minute walk from Piccadilly Rail Station. All rooms enjoy elegant furnishings and offer a flat-screen TV and free... read more
£ 74.00View Rates
M1 4LX, Manchester, 21 Dickinson Street
In Manchester's lively Chinatown, this Novotel is just 500 metres from Manchester Central. The hotel features a fitness centre, stylish restaurant and air-cooled rooms with Wi-Fi access. The spacious rooms at Novotel Manchester Centre each... read more
£ 75.00View Rates
M1 3DT, Manchester, 25 Aytoun Street
Offering a terrace, fitness centre and 12 meeting rooms, Holiday Inn Manchester - City Centre is set in the heart of Manchester, opposite Piccadilly Train Station. Free WiFi is available in all areas, including in... read more
£ 79.00View Rates
M1 3AQ, Manchester, Piccadilly
Opposite Manchester Piccadilly Station, this beautifully converted Victorian warehouse has boutique bedrooms and a sumptuous spa. In Manchester’s vibrant centre, the hotel also features a brasserie and fitness centre. The chic rooms have luxurious beds... read more
£ 89.00View Rates
M60 2DS, Manchester, 16 Peter St
The Midland is an award-winning, 4-star luxury hotel with a spa in Manchester city centre. It offers stylish, air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. Providing a fine dining experience, Adam Reid at The French has won... read more
£ 89.10View Rates
M1 3DG, Manchester, One Piccadilly Place
Situated 35 metres from Manchester’s Piccadilly Train Station, this stylish hotel boasts a fitness suite and air-conditioned rooms with free high-speed WiFi. The modern and spacious rooms at the DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Piccadilly are... read more
£ 89.10View Rates
M2 4WU, Manchester, 100 King Street
Located in the centre of Manchester, Hotel Gotham is a 3-minute walk from Manchester Arndale Shopping Centre. It offers a rooftop terrace and free WiFi. Serviced by a lift, all rooms and suites are air-conditioned... read more
£ 125.00View Rates
Book the Cheapest Deals for Hotel and B&B Rooms
With its brilliant selection of entertainment, shopping and dining experiences, Manchester can be a fantastic city to visit. Some of the best and brightest forms of accommodation are located close by to the main central train station.
Piccadilly offers regular rail connections to various destinations in the UK. For example, a rail journey from London can be as fast as just over 2 hours. Another way to reach the exciting city streets of central Manchester is to use the coach services. These connections arrive and depart at Chorlton Street coach station.
Plenty of Things to Do and Explore nearby
Nearby to Manchester Piccadilly and Chorlton Street stations there are a plenty of things to do and explore. The city is famous for its dedication to nightlife, music and clubbing. Many of the most entertaining night-spots can be found in and around Canal Street, the city’s famous gay village.
Here visitors can find cocktail bars such as Piccadilly Lounge vying for attention along with clubs such as the Basement Sauna Complex. Central Manchester is also well known for its world-class collection of museums and art galleries.
The Lowry in nearby Salford Quays is one such prestigious establishment which, along with the Manchester Craft and Design Centre in the city’s heart sum up the city’s potential for visits of high culture.
The centre is also home to a wide rage of culinary experiences. Superb quality restaurants, cafes and bistros serving up menus inspired from every corner of the globe can provide exquisite tastes and memories of a fantastic trip.
Cheap Places to Stay – Find the ideal hotel or b&b room !
A number of cheap hotels and city centre bed and breakfast buildings are located right by the railway and coach or bus station area. The ability to easily find b&b businesses in the centre of this busy and ever-changing area can make a city break relaxing and fun! A trip to Manchester can be made perfectly comfortable by securely making reservations into a b&b or hotel room.
The best kinds of accommodation can be ordered online in advance with a guarantee of flexibility over check-in times and procedures. Cheap hotels close to the railway connections and train stops of central Manchester can help bring this incredible city into full view.
The wonders of the city centre could soon be on your doorstep. With secure b&b accommodation available throughout the year, now could be the ideal time to make a trip to this exhilarating city! Within easy reach are the main indoor arena, Central Convention Complex, and King Street or Market Street.
Popular in the city centre is also staying for the night or the weekend in a fully furnished apartment to rent.
Busiest Station in England outside London
Manchester Piccadilly is the main train station in the city centre. The other primary stations are Victoria, Salford Central, Deansgate and Oxford Road. The Central Coach Station on Chorlton Street is a five minute walk away.
Piccadilly is the busiest station in England outside London for passenger usage. It’s currently the terminus for the Metrolink services to Bury, Altrincham, and Eccles, and busiest on the Metrolink network.
Northern Rail provides rail services to destinations south and east of the city in Cheshire or Derbyshire and beyond.
Services operate to the north and west to Liverpool via St Helens Junction, Preston via Bolton and Southport via Wigan.
Arriva Trains Wales offer connections to Llandudno. Two trains per day continue to Holyhead. Additional services operate via Crewe, Shrewsbury and the Welsh Marches Line to Cardiff Central, with services continuing to Carmarthen or Milford Haven.
CrossCountry travels to Bournemouth. Trains call at Stockport, Macclesfield, Stoke-on-Trent, Stafford, Wolverhampton, Birmingham New Street, Birmingham International, Coventry, Leamington Spa, Banbury, Oxford, Reading, Basingstoke, Winchester, Southampton Airport Parkway, Southampton Central, and Brockenhurst.
Train services to Bristol Temple Meads stop at Stockport, Stoke-on-Trent, Wolverhampton, Birmingham New Street, Cheltenham Spa, and Bristol Parkway. Some services continue to Paignton, Exeter St Davids, Cardiff Central and Plymouth.
First TransPennine Express operate services to Leeds via Huddersfield. Some trains continue to Hull, Newcastle, Middlesbrough or Scarborough. Other trains operate in opposite direction to Liverpool Lime Street and Manchester Airport. A service to Leeds and York operates after midnight, providing a 24-hour service.
The South TransPennine route runs from Manchester Airport via Piccadilly to Sheffield and Cleethorpes. The TransPennine North West goes from Manchester Airport to Preston via Bolton and Chorley, with trains continuing to Blackpool North, Barrow-in-Furness or Windermere, Edinburgh Waverley and Glasgow (Central rail station).
Virgin Trains trains run to London Euston.
Several hotel accommodation can be found nearby Piccadilly St. One of the nearest hotels is MacDonald Manchester Hotel, located nearby the railway station.
To Manchester Airport ?
There are regular connections to the Airport. From Monday to Saturday six trains an hour run between the Airport and Manchester Piccadilly during the day with four per hour on Sundays. The distance is estimated to be approximately 3.7 miles.
To Man United Football Ground – Old Trafford ?
Old Trafford football ground has its own railway station, located next to the stadium immediately outside the away end.
Some facts and figures
Location : in the city centre of Manchester.
Address : M60 7RA, Manchester United Kingdom
Train Line : lies on the Welsh Marches Line, North TransPennine, South TransPennine, Buxton Line, Glossop Line, Hope Valley Line, Mid-Cheshire Line, Styal Line, West Coast Main Line, and lines to Norwich, Bristol Temple Meads, Bournemouth, Crewe, Liverpool and Stafford. more info.
Mainly Served by : train operating companies — Arriva Trains Wales, CrossCountry, East Midland Trains, First TransPennine Trains, Northern Rail, Virgin Trains
Operated and Managed by : Network Rail
Ticket Office : Available
Ticket Machines : Available
Public WiFi : is available
Region : North West England
County : Greater Manchester
Nearest Hotels : in the city centre on London Road, Ducie Street, One Piccadilly Place, Dale Street, Sackville Street, Canal Street, and Minshull Street.
Sights and Some Attractions nearby both stations
Gay Village (Chorlton and Canal Sts, England /City Centre): A thriving gay scene centered around the Canal street area. Neighbourhood with plenty of bars, clubs, restaurants and other nighttime venues for gays. A great place for a night out.
Castlefield Urban Heritage Park (101 Liverpool Road, M3 4FB, Castlefield area, England United Kingdom): Lovely place for a walk. Very picturesque area, with covered boats all along the water system.
Greater Manchester Police Museum (57a Newton Street, M1 1ET England): Little museum displaying authentic old style police uniforms, collections of weapons and other police treasures.