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Manchester
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Manchester
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Low season

March

High season

February

Average price (weeknight)

C$ 120

Average price (weekend night)

C$ 182
Cheapest month to stay with an average 49% drop in price.
Most expensive month to stay with an average 139% rise in price.
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Average Fri. & Sat. price over the last 2 weeks.

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Top tips for finding Manchester hotel deals

  • If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Manchester, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Manchester in March and September.
  • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Manchester if you stay on a Monday. The opposite is true for, Wednesday, which is usually the most expensive day.
  • Book at least 90 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Manchester accommodation.
  • The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Manchester found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was C$ 90, while the most expensive was C$ 208.
  • How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Manchester for 2 days.
  • Budget travellers will find plenty of affordable hotels in Central Manchester such as The Mitre Hotel and Britannia Hotel Manchester City Centre.
  • Guests staying outside the city’s inner ring road in areas like Old Trafford and Rusholme will find bus connections into the city centre.
  • Travellers who prefer the tram to the bus should look for a hotel along one of Manchester’s Metrolink Rapid Transit tram lines.
  • Budget hotels can also be found in central Manchester neighbourhoods like Northern Quarter or Gay Village, which are home to an array of posh bars, traditional pubs, and dance clubs.
  • Those seeking a fabulous hostel experience should look no further than the YHA Manchester Hostel located on the Bridgewater Canal in the Castlefield neighbourhood.

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Recent reviews for Manchester hotels

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AC Hotel by Marriott Manchester Salford Quays8.5/10 ratingout of 10 reviews · C$ 70 avg price/ night
The breakfast was dreadful, but apart from that the hotel was great. The staff are absolutely fantastic.
Anonymous (26 Apr. 2022)
The Midland - Manchester8.1/10 ratingout of 18 reviewsPetersfield · C$ 40 avg price/ night
T here was six of us that booked The Midland. Great looking hotel (but never judge a book by its cover)… We had the spa planned on Boxing Day and we’re told on the day early morning that the spa was closing at 16:30pm. We booked this hotel and spa months in advance and at no point we’re we told the spa would close early. Then we were told it’s fairly quiet you can use it before check-in as check in was at 16:00. We then got to the hotel early to be told we can’t use the spa till the next day!!! We then booked it for 10am. We spoke to reception and they said they couldn’t do much regarding the spa but gave us a late check out instead. The rooms are ‘luxury looking’ but not cleaned to the standard expected. We found chocolate bar wrapper and a ladies fake nail in our room. Clearly not cleaned to a high standard. Our shower was great until you start to realise it’s got a blockage and starts to flood. We rang to book our breakfast and we’re told we don’t need to book it “just turn up”. So we “turned up”. Upon arrival to the restaurant I asked how the breakfast works as I just wanted a glass of orange juice. We were informed, “nothing to worry about as it’s included in your booking.” I had a glass of orange juice however when I got to checking out I was being charged full price £12.50, for orange juice. I then had to speak to reception again whom wiped that off my bill. A nice experience but shocking communication! I’d like to say you get what you pay for but in this case u dont.
Anonymous (28 Dec. 2021)