Staying In Manchester In The Exchange Square Area

If you’re looking for luxury serviced apartments in Manchester, Exchange Square is just one of the areas we offer. One of a number of districts that were heavily redeveloped following the IRA bomb of 1996, it is today a major shopping area and the home of Europe’s first urban entertainment centre.

However, accommodation in Manchester’s city centre doesn’t mean endless towers of glass and concrete. Mancunians love their city with a passion – and so do the town’s planning committee. Whereas some cities would have knocked down two historic pubs to make way for a new Marks and Spencer, Manchester politely moved them. Nearby you will find the Printworks. This historic building that once housed the largest printing room in Europe, its 350,000 square feet now incorporate a 20 screen multiplex, an I-MAX cinema, a leisure club, swimming pool and more than 50 clubs, restaurants and bars.

If you’ve rented one of our Manchester serviced apartments at Serviced City Pads for a bit of retail therapy, Exchange Square is one enormous mall and includes the large Arndale centre.

The Triangle shopping centre almost matches the Arndale in terms of store variety. As well as chain stores like Selfridges and Marks and Spencer, there are some chic cafes and bars. Outside is a BBC Big Screen TV, with covered all-weather seating. As the city is the home of premier league teams Manchester United and Manchester City, perhaps this isn’t surprising.

Many people who rent serviced apartments in Manchester do so for work and pleasure. Exchange Square is the perfect location for both.