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The Lowry Hotel
Simply dripping with designer luxury and five-star comfort, Manchester's top hotel (not to be confused with the arts centre in Salford Quays) has fabulous rooms with enormous beds, ergonomically designed furniture, walk-in wardrobes, and bathrooms fin...
The Palace Hotel
An elegant refurbishment of one of Manchester's most magnificent Victorian palaces resulted in a special boutique hotel, combining the grandeur of the public areas with the modern look of the bedrooms.
Spotless rooms with plenty of colour make this charming guesthouse a very pleasant option. Rates go up during the Chester Races.
Hilton Manchester Deansgate
This no-surprises Hilton occupies the lower 23 floors of the city's tallest landmark, the Beetham Tower. The tower is growing on even the most reluctant Mancunians; the hotel has been a hit with the business crowd since the day it opened.
Ultra-modern, trendy and slavishy designer-y, ABode hotel rooms are all about bright colours, glass and lots of light, and it's no different in the latest addition to their growing empire, located on the site of the old Cheshire Constabulary HQ...
Admiral House Hotel
This elegant guesthouse overlooks the harbour near the ferry port. The 23 spotless and modern rooms are a cheerful alternative to the worn look of a lot of other seafront B&Bs.
The Sun Hotel & Bar
An excellent hotel in a 300-year-old building with a rustic, old-world look that stops at the bedroom door; a recent renovation has resulted in 16 pretty snazzy rooms...
Hard Days Night Hotel
You don't have to be a fan to stay here, but it helps: unquestionably luxurious, the 110 ultramodern, fully equipped rooms are decorated with specially commissioned drawings of the Beatles...
The Old Trafford Lodge
Cricket fans will salivate at the thought of watching a first-class match from the comfort of their bedroom balcony; for the rest of us, this is a pretty good business hotel with decent amenities. Take the Metrolink to Old Trafford.
Douglas' best hotel is an upmarket oasis with its own indoor water garden and rooms that range from plain and comfy to elegant and very luxurious. The rooms overlooking the water garden are superb, even better than the ones with sea views...
There is barely a straight line in the place, but this gorgeous Tudor half-timbered hotel (part of the Best Western group) is easily top choice in town...
Although a little worn around the edges, this is one of the friendliest hotels in town. First-rate service and a top breakfast – but get a room with a harbour view.
62 Castle St
This elegant property on (arguably) the city's most handsome street successfully blends the traditional Victorian features of the neoclassical building with a sleek, contemporary style...
Hope Street Hotel
Luxurious Liverpool's pre-eminent flag-waver is this stunning boutique hotel on the city's most elegant street...
This is another successful warehouse conversion that has resulted in a thoroughly modern business hotel...
Nineteen beautiful bespoke rooms each oozing style: there's the sleigh bed in room 24, the double bath of room 34, the saucy framed photographs of a stripped-down David Beckham (this is Gay Village, after all!)...
Great John Street Hotel
Elegant designer luxury? Present. Fabulous rooms with all the usual delights (Egyptian cotton sheets, fabulous toiletries, free-standing baths and lots of high-tech electronics)? Present. A butler to run your bath in the Opus Grand Suite? Present...
Eleven Didsbury Park Hotel
Tucked away in fashionably bohemian Didsbury, this utterly wonderful boutique hotel (part of the Eclectic group) is as romantic and stylish a place as you'll find in the city. Avoid, if you can, the smaller doubles...
Didsbury House Hotel
Stunning and surprisingly warm and welcoming, Didsbury Park manages to combine the best of contemporary design with original Victorian features...
A superb converted warehouse in the middle of uni-land: heated rooms with tidy wooden beds and bunks accommodate from two to 10 people. Facilities include a lounge, baggage storage, laundry and 24-hour front desk. The staff is terrific and CafeLatte...
The New President Hotel
Distinctive seafront hotel with 65 comfortable rooms. Also serves meals (£8 to £12) in the fancy-ish Atlanta restaurant.
The Racquet Club
Eight individually styled rooms with influences that range from French country house to Japanese minimalist chic (often in the same room) make this boutique hotel one of the most elegant choices in town...