Located just off Deansgate, these impressive five star furnished and serviced apartments are a great option for individuals, couples and groups looking for flexible accommodation with a hint of luxury. With walking distance of the city centre, these apartments provide every possible comfort and convenience in modern and contemporary surroundings. There is a 24 hour porter service and onsite parking and internet can be arranged for a small fee.
Every apartment has a fully equipped kitchen with cooking facilities, including a toaster, microwave and dishwasher, along with everything else you need to make your stay a home from home. There is also a dining and lounge area provided with a DVD/CD player, flat screen LCD TV with cable and pay per view services. In addition, there are complimentary toiletries in the en suite and guest bathrooms, a work desk with lamp, a washing/dryer machine, a hairdryer, a mini bar, an iron and ironing board, bathrobes, city map and information and fully controllable heating.
Our top picks in the local area
Silver Blades Ice Rink is so much fun! With its original themed skating sessions from family friendly to after school and retro there will be a session to suit all the ages in your family. With a cafe for warming après skate drinks and snacks, this attraction is a sure fire winner, especially on a rainy day.
For a traditional cinema date with a twist why not try the IMAX cinema at The Printworks? Catch any main feature there including mainstream mega films, and then afterwards kick back in any one of the many bars, cafes or restaurants in the building for an all round date experience.
The main venue for rock and pop concert in Manchester is The Manchester Arena which is situated right by the side of the Victoria Railway Station. With over 21000 seats, it is the largest venture of its kind in Europe and there is bound to be a gig on there to catch your interest. Make sure you check out its packed schedule in advance of your arrival in the city.
Afflecks Palace is a weird and wonderful place to shop for all things quirky and is the perfect antidote to commercial and mainstream shopping. Unique designers and boutiques call this lace home looking for one offs, this is the venue to head to in Manchester.
For eating out
If you can ignore the fact that the name of this restaurant – Isinglass – is a nod to the gelatine like substance produced from fish bladders, then you really will have a top time and enjoy some first rate food. The British menu is bolstered by the sole use of very local food and the talented chefs and service team will impress you all the way. As will the relatively low costs you will encounter at the end of your meal when the bill arrives!
The Deansgate Locks incorporates a series of swanky bars and clubs housed under the converted railways arches. You could hop from one bar to the next and barely move a few hundred yards. Bliss for some people!