Enjoying Serviced Apartments In Manchester
For those living south of the Watford Gap, Manchester is a destination forced upon them by work commitments. However, those who are familiar with the city know it differently. Today’s Manchester has cast off her “Dark Satanic Mills” mantle of old, become a thrilling eclectic mix of new and old with some stunning accommodation in Manchester available.
Manchester is one of the cultural capitals of Europe. Much of the industrial past has been retained in its museums, heritage sites and galleries, while decaying slum areas have been replaced with stylish, modern attractions like the Arndale Centre and Urbis.
Accommodation is equally eclectic, with Victorian guest houses, all inclusive hotels and luxury serviced apartments in Manchester. Manchester has not discarded her industrial past, but embraced it – much of the accommodation on Manchester’s chic waterfront is in converted warehouses.
Manchester can rival London for theatrical entertainment. Be sure to check out the architecture before you take your seats – the Royal Exchange, the Opera House and the Palace Theatre are all stunning examples of 19th Century Manchurian grandeur at its very finest.
For families, booking luxury serviced apartments in Manchester makes an affordable treat. If they don’t like museums, they can always take a guided tour round Old Trafford.
If you’re planning to go Christmas shopping, you’ll need a few days – the Arndale Centre is one of the UK’s biggest shopping malls. Luckily, we at Serviced City Pads have luxury hotels in Manchester just a short distance away, in the attractive old town districts of Shudehill and Bloom Street – perfect for a relaxing pre-Christmas break. Visit our website to view our apartments in Manchester.