Manchester had all the trappings of a modern city before it was cool. The world’s first railway station and UK’s first public library were built in Manchester – which means they probably had the first bus replacement service too!
Once throbbing with an industrial heartbeat, today Manchester beats with a different pulse altogether. Today, it’s the norm to relax over a locally-roasted coffee blend or a native craft beer.
As the UK’s second largest city, there’s something for everyone in Manchester, and we’ve made sure there’s something for everyone in our serviced apartments too, whether you’re visiting for work or play. Each comes with a spacious living area, dining area, and fully-equipped kitchen.
Manchester is a virtual mecca for football fans, sporting the national football museum and the grounds of both Manchester United and Manchester City football clubs. Our apartments are within easy reach of transport links to both Old Trafford and The City of Manchester Stadium – you could even walk to the latter.
Nowhere is Manchester’s independent spirit reflected as strongly as it is in its music scene.
Having birthed incredible independent label bands like Oasis, The Smiths and The Stone Roses, Manchester is often credited as being the birthplace of Indie (Independent) music. While you’re here, take in a concert in the nearby Manchester Arena or look for that rare vinyl in some of Manchester’s independent record stores. To get even more out of your stay, plan your visit during the Manchester International Festival, the Jazz Festival, or the Literature Festival. If you’re here for business, you can walk to The Manchester Conference Centre.