Boutique Hotels Manchester

Creative Tourist

Looking to explore the city from a stylish hotel with a bit of a difference? We’ve put together a list of some of the best boutique hotels Manchester has to offer.

Here are our picks

  • 1. Velvet Hotel

    Velvet Hotel
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    Velvet Hotel, 2 Canal St, Manchester, M1 3HE - Visit now

    A four star independent 4* hotel with a bar and restaurant. Situated on Canal Street in the heart of the city’s famous Gay Village, the balcony and penthouse rooms are stunning.

  • 2. Malmaison Manchester

    Malmaison Manchester
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    Malmaison Manchester, 1-3 Piccadilly, Manchester, M1 3AQ - Visit now

    Malmaison Manchester has stylish rooms and an excellent bar, all situated conveniently on the doorstep of Piccadilly train station. Rooms start from as little as £90, if you’re looking for a boutique experience on a budget, look no further.

  • 3. ABode Manchester

    ABode Manchester
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    ABode Manchester, 107 Piccadilly, Manchester, M1 2DB - Visit now

    ABode Manchester is a boutique hotel in Manchester with a range of rooms and suites available. It has its own restaurant and plays host to live events. All conveniently situated just a couple of minutes from Piccadilly Station.

  • 4. Abel Heywood

    Image of Abel Heywood in Manchester's Northern Quarter
    Ben Williams

    Abel Heywood, 38 Turner Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M4 1DZ - Visit now

    Named after Manchester’s one time publisher, radical and mayor Abel Heywood, this Hynes-owned pub and hotel is somewhat more conventionally polished than its namesake.

  • 5. Great John Street Hotel

    Great John Street Hotel in Spinningfields in Manchester.

    Great John Street Hotel, Great John Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M33 4FD - Visit now

    A converted Victorian school house nestled on the edge of Spinningfields, the Great John Street Hotel has a relaxed and decadent atmosphere.

Because of the ongoing Coronavirus crisis, we are unable to bring you our usual recommendations for things to do in Manchester and the North. Our thoughts at this time are with our readers and with the organisations and businesses who make the North of England a great place to live and visit. We hope you stay well and look forward to sharing more unmissable events and places with you later in the year.

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Please note – many of the venues on our site will be closed and events either postponed or cancelled. Please check the venue website for details.