Modern and fresh hotel located at the heart of Manchester’s city centre
Located between Piccadilly and Oxford Road railway stations, the Days Hotel Manchester is ideally located for those arriving into the city via train. It’s also conveniently connected to all major road routes as well as Manchester International Airport which is just 15 minutes away by car or train.
Offering affordable accommodation at the heart of the city, this 3-star hotel offers guests a comfortable and well-equipped stay. All 117 rooms have en-suite bathrooms with power shower as well as hairdryer, trouser press, iron, and ironing board. Tea and coffee making facilities, widescreen television with satellite channels, and high speed internet access are also included as standard.
As well as offering single, double, and triple rooms, the hotel also includes ‘Workzone’ rooms aimed at providing additional needs to business travellers. For a small extra cost guests can enjoy larger work areas, laptop safe, and additional bathtub. Complimentary snacks and drinks are also included.
Guests will find a restaurant and bar within the hotel. The former, known as the Weston Restaurant, serves breakfast in the morning, light snacks at lunchtime, and an a la carte menu in the evening. Traditional Lancashire hotpot is just one of the local favourites found on the menu. The bar, housed in the hotel’s conservatory area, has an extensive wine list as well a varied assortment of other drinks. Plasma television screens allow guests to watch sporting events, particularly useful if tickets to the match (at either the red or blue half of the city) are not available.
Guests visiting the city for corporate purposes may like to make use of the conference rooms housed at the Days Hotel Manchester. These are well-equipped for modern meetings, seminars, and conferences.
With its central city location the hotel is within walking distance of many of Manchester’s attractions. Whether looking for culture, sport, shopping, or fine dining, the Days Hotel provides the perfect starting point for tourists and leisure visitors.
Many of the city centre shops are located close to the hotel’s Sackville Street address. As well as this, the Trafford Centre and Arndale Centre prove popular destinations for those looking for a little retail therapy. Both are large indoor shopping malls housing some of the UK’s largest, and finest, stores.
For those looking for a good night out, the city centre is home to multitudes of restaurants, pubs, and nightclubs. It’s not uncommon for late night revellers to stay out until the sun has risen. The city’s China Town district is just a few yards from the hotel, whilst a large number of music venues meaning that there is always a band to watch somewhere.
For bigger events, the Manchester Evening News Arena hosts a variety of events, including concerts and sporting events. Elsewhere in the city sports fans can visit the stadiums of and museums dedicated to both Manchester football clubs (United and City) as well as spectate at a number of other sporting events, including athletics, basketball, speedway, and ice hockey.
What’s more, after the dust has settled on a hectic day or night, the Days Hotel Manchester is still within walking distance.