Manchester city has emerged one of the most attractive cities in the UK. Travellers from all over the world visit Manchester for various reasons. When it comes to selecting accommodation there are a number of things which come to mind such as it has to be reasonable priced so that people can spend more money on other things such as shopping and travelling, second is relaxed environment whether it is 5 star hotels, aparthotels or serviced apartments. However, when we think about five star hotels,apparentlythey are expensive for most people. Hence, not everyone can afford them. Remained options are aparthotels and serviced apartment hotels whereby you can enjoy your stay by paying very reasonable prices. Quay aparthotels and serviced apartments have something great to offer which fits exactly in your budget.
Must See Nearby Attractions in Manchester
Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI)
(Liverpool Road, Castle field M3 4FP) This Museum is situated in the Castle field area of the city centre and displaying fascinating collections of all things related to Science and Industry
Royal Exchange Theatre
(St Anns Square, Manchester M2 7DH) Royal Exchange Theatre opened in 1976 and offers a great theatrical experience for everyone regardless their age.
(Trafford M17 8AA) One of the largest indoor shopping centre of UK, open until late and consists of large food court, a cinema, amusement arcade and a Laser Quest
Deans gate Clubs
(Deans gate Manchester M1) Night’s life of Manchester city centre is amazing which attracts large number of tourists and residents of Greater Manchester. Restaurants and clubs like Milton, Alberts, Revolution Di Cuba, 42, Craze Pedro and Avenues in Springfield are some of them which you can’t afford to miss.
Manchester United and Old Trafford
Last but not the least Manchester United for football and Old Trafford for cricket does not need address and introduction as they are world famous attractions which attract most sport lover tourist.