Manchester is a vibrant, modern city with so much to offer. Whether you’re visiting for the buzzing nightlife, come to watch one of the world’s greatest football teams, or looking for a relaxing spa weekend, Manchester has it all.
It is seated in Exchange Square in the heart of the town centre, and affords glorious sights over the cityscape including the close by Manchester Cathedral, which itself can be explored. The numerous sporting stadia that saturate the town in the form of football, cricket, and the structure emplaced by the 2002 Commonwealth Games are sufficient to gorge any sports fan.
With Manchester United and Manchester City football stadia in the areas called the Quays and Sport city respectively, together with the Lancashire Cricket Ground, there is a whirligig of fascinating sporting entertainment to be had. For the more cerebral of visitors, Manchester’s museums number among the finest in the country. The Imperial War Museum whisks the visitor back to militaristic background of Britain’s long history. The Museum of Science and Industry tells the tale of Manchester’s past, both scientific and commercial, and its influence so on the world at huge. The Manchester Museum at the Varsity of Manchester features natural history, while the Peoples’s History Museum showcases the problems and approaches to life of Britain’s working class in the industrial revolution.
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Just 750 metres from Manchester Piccadilly Train line Station, the Ramada Manchester Piccadilly offers modern en suite accommodation. Rooms have pay-per-view Television and coffee makers. The Restaurant Cafe serves modern bistro food and the bar has modern decor and town perspectives. A full English breakfast and 24 hour waiter service are available. The Ramada Manchester is in the centre of the city providing simple access to the Manchester United Tour and cricket at Old Trafford. The Lowry Centre, one of the most enthralling and cutting edge art studios in the UK, is a 15-minute drive away.
The Palace Hotel – In Manchester’s colourful city centre, this Grade II Listed landmark hotel offers 4-star modern luxuries and shocking Victorian design. Oxford Road Train line Station is nearby.After a £7 million renovation, all the trendy air-conditioned rooms at The Palace boast satellite television and stylish decor.The classy Tempus Bar & Restaurant offers a brilliant menu and a variety of cocktails.The Palace Hotel is merely a 5-minute walk from Piccadilly Station. Main shopping districts are close by and the Palace Theatre is across the road.