Budget Friendly Hotels in Manchester

Manchester is a beautiful and vibrant city to visit with lots to see and do, but like the rest of England and at large, Europe, hotel accommodation doesn’t come cheap. Luckily, there are a few options in Manchester that cater to those traveling on a  budget and that are much more cozy than a packed hostel.

Hotel Ibis Budget Manchester Salford Quays

For just £24 a night, you can stay at Hotel Ibis Budget Manchester Salford Quays that’s around a 10 minute stroll from the metrolink station, conveniently connecting you to various places in and around Manchester. It’s also within walking distance from attractions like The Lowry, MediaCityUK and Ordsall Hall. Guests can start off with a hotel breakfast, wander around the town during the day, and cap the night off with a drink at the luxury bar.

Britannia Hotel Manchester Airport

Starting at £39 a night, Britannia Hotel Manchester Airport is just three miles away from the airport and is accessible from the city centre, Trafford Centre, and is near several cricket grounds. The hotel has modern facilities and a 24-hour airport shuttle service. Although it might make more sense for you to stay at an airport hotel for the night before your flight in Manchester, as Parking4Less advise that, “you can have a restful night in a nearby hotel safe in the knowledge that you won’t miss that early flight!”

Sachas Spa Hotel

At an average price of £30.84 per night, your temporary home can be at Sachas Spa Hotel which is centrally located near Piccadilly Gardens and the Piccadilly Station. Outside of the hotel, you’ll find plenty of restaurants and bars to keep you entertained throughout your stay. If you’re looking to just relax and unwind from a long day, the hotel also has a Spindles Health and Fitness Center that has a heated indoor pool, sauna, whirlpool, and steam room. A gym is also available so you never have to break your exercise regimen while you’re on vacation.

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