A thriving centre of art and sports, Manchester is also fantastic for shopping with specialty and boutique shops and other shopping venues. The city has overcome the devastating bombing of World War II as well as the decline of its industries. People visit the area for many reasons, and with a little research they find great prices on Manchester accommodation for their stay.
The most common places for visitors to book are hotels, but the city provides specialty apartments, B&Bs, small inns, and other holiday rentals. For looking for low-cost Manchester accommodation options, the least expensive hostel is around $25 AUD per night, but small hotels and B&Bs are available for around $40 nightly.
Here are three different low-cost Manchester accommodation selections as examples of the available options:
City Warehouse Apartments
On Great Ancoats Street, these apartments have kitchens, bedrooms, sitting rooms and amenities. Convenient to town, the rooms are tidy and clean and the management is pleasant.
Situated in a good spot of town on Sackville Street, Weston Hall, home for university students during school terms, has basic flats with fully equipped bathrooms. The management is friendly and helpful, and the rooms are clean, a good value for the price.
Beside Whitworth Park, Verdene Hotel is a small inn offering spotless rooms, clean linens, small bathrooms with great showers, supplies for coffee and tea making, and a TV. Some rooms have double beds and others have single beds. Breakfasts include Continental and English choices.