Greater Manchester Hotels
Best Western have 3 hotels in Greater Manchester
Greater Manchester sits in the North West of England and encompasses one of the largest metropolitan areas in the whole of the UK with some major cultural and popular centres of entertainment, industry and sport, including Bolton, Trafford and Wigan. Best Western has three wonderful hotels in the county. Book a Greater Manchester hotel to explore the home of the Industrial Revolution and one of the country's most magnificent cities.
Town and city breaks in Greater Manchester
A stay in a Greater Manchester hotel would not be the same without a visit to the city it has been built around. Manchester has a long and varied history which can be seen its varied architecture and interesting landmarks. Certainly take a look at Piccadilly Gardens between Market Street and the Northern Quarter for a beautiful and tranquil setting. Salford Quays is a great place to relax on the waterfront, especially at the Lowry Restaurant and Terrace Bar. If you're looking for something a little rowdy and exciting, head to the world-famous Manchester Apollo or Manchester Academy for a selection of performances, varying between popular music, comedy and many other acts.
Holidays in the Greater Manchester countryside
Follow the well-worn trade routes, from Manchester's 19th-century period in the sun during the Industrial Revolution, with a barge ride along the county's canal network. Previously being used solely for transport of cargo, particularly coal and raw materials in preparation for manufacture, the boats now chug travellers from one destination to the next, from an inner-city backdrop, to rolling hillsides and quaint villages - a perfect day out from your Greater Manchester hotel. If you're staying with children, take them to the 300-acre deer park of Altrincham's Grade I-listed Dunham Massey Hall.
Attractions in Greater Manchester
Manchester has some of the most exciting nightlife in the country and has spawned some of the most iconic English bands ever to have released a record, including Oasis, Arctic Monkeys, the Smiths and the Happy Mondays. Go and explore the environment that nurtured and influenced the very unique styles of these monumental music acts. Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry guarantees an interesting and immersive experience, as does Salford Quay's Imperial War Museum North, located near the Lowry art and Entertainment Centre. Of course, for one of the most exhilarating days out possible, catch the Red Devils playing at home at Old Trafford and be part of the chanting crowd projecting support down to the world-famous pitch of the Theatre of Dreams below. Book a Best Western hotel in Greater Manchester for a remarkable UK break.
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