Serviced Apartments in Manchester
20 Church Street
The Light is a popular four star serviced aparthotel in Manchester's Northern Quarter
74 Princess Street
Three star serviced apartments in Manchester city centre close to Canal Street
18-20a Oldham Street Northern Quarter
Stylish, comfortable 3 bedroom property in Northern Quarter - Sleeps up to 8
107 Chatsworth House, 19 Lever Street
Apartments for 6-7 people at Chatsworth House in Manchester city centre
Self catered apartment in the city centre with two double bedrooms - parking available
36 Princess Street
Stylish, vibrant serviced apartments in the city centre with innovative features
6 Minshull Street
One and two bed 4-star serviced apartments by Manchester Picadilly station
40 Laystall Street
Stylish, comfortable serviced apartments with free wifi and parking available to reserve
6-14 Great Ancoats Street
4 star Aparthotel in Manchester's Northern Quarter
Ducie Street, Piccadilly
Beautiful 4* apartments in a Grade-II listed former cotton warehouse turned stylish aparthotel
Find serviced apartments and aparthotels in Manchester city centre for self catering stays which are a great value alternative to traditional hotel rooms. Whether it's for business or leisure, find details of Manchester serviced apartments and accommodation below.
Points of Interest in Manchester
- Old Trafford - Manchester United FC
Famous football stadium home to one of the world's most popular football teams.
- The John Rylands Library
Opened in 1900, this is a landmark late Victorian neo-Gothic library building which is part of the University of Manchester.
- National Football Museum
The National Football Museum at the Urbis Building in Manchester M4 is the world's biggest and best football museum!
- Arndale Centre
Large shopping mall in the centre of Manchester with over 200 stores.
- Manchester Central Conference Complex
Conference and exhibition centre in the old Manchester Central railway station.
Serviced Apartments in Greater Manchester
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