If you really want to enjoy your stay in Manchester, spend some time planning where you should stay when you’re here. Fortunately, there are plenty of excellent places to stay in Manchester. Here are 10 of the very best options:
Velvet Hotel. It’s only about 5 minutes from the hustle and bustle of the Northern Quarter and the Piccadilly train station. But it sits in a quiet spot so you can really relax. The bar area offers a warm vibe, while the rooms typically contain generous helpings of faux Louis XIV furniture, chaise lounges, and huge sleigh beds. Continue reading “Top 10 Places to Stay In Manchester”
It can be somewhat confusing at first to get around Manchester if you’re a first time visitor. So to help you out, here are some Manchester travel tips that should make your travel more enjoyable.
Know when to visit. There’s really no such thing as the “wrong” time of year to visit Manchester much like it is in Hawaii. But if you come here during a major football match, a huge concert or a popular annual event such as the Manchester Pride held during the August bank holiday weekend, hotel rates can be expensive—if you can find a room, that is. If possible, visit during late July or early August. Early January is also recommended if you want to find affordable hotel rates. Continue reading “Manchester Travel Tips”
So you think you know all about Manchester? Here are 10 unique facts you may not know about.
It’s easy enough to find the dry facts about Manchester in England when you search online. An obvious source of info is of course Wikipedia, where you can find all sorts of stats and data. But here are several unique facts about Manchester you may not have known before:
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