Hotel Motel One Manchester-Royal Exchange

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Hotel Motel One Manchester-Royal Exchange
Hotel Motel One Manchester-Royal Exchange

Hotel Motel One Manchester-Royal Exchange is as centrally located hotel as you could imagine. As the name suggests, it’s just a stone’s throw from the wonderful Royal Exchange theatre, as well as the iconic town hall and The Arndale shopping centre. A perfect choice for business or family stays.

11 Cross StManchesterM2 1WE View map
Telephone: 01612280800 Visit Now

Opening Hours

  • MondayOpen 24 hours
  • TuesdayOpen 24 hours
  • WednesdayOpen 24 hours
  • ThursdayOpen 24 hours
  • FridayOpen 24 hours
  • SaturdayOpen 24 hours
  • SundayOpen 24 hours

Always double check opening hours with the venue before making a special visit.

What's on near Hotel Motel One Manchester-Royal Exchange

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ComedyManchester
Comedy Balloon

Every Wednesday at Ape & Apple, Manchester’s official underground comedy club, Comedy Balloon’s friendly and warm comedy night takes place.

free entry
A white, middle aged man with short brown hair and wearing a light blue shirt, sits at a round table by a window and against a white wall. He has his arms crossed on the table.
LiteratureManchester
David Nicholls at Central Library

Presented in partnership with the Centre for New Writing, Creative Manchester and Waterstones Deansgate, best-selling author David Nicholls is one of the trailblazers of this year’s Manchester Literature Festival.

from £10.00
2024 Northern Publishers' Fair
LiteratureManchester
Northern Publishers’ Fair 2024 at Central Library

Join readers and writers alike at this free event celebrating independent publishing. Peruse books from 16 publishers across genres including literary fiction, genre fiction, middle-grade and children’s, poetry and memoir.

free entry
MusicManchester
Manchester Psych Fest 2024

Manchester Psych Fest, the UK’s trailblazing psychedelic music and arts festival has announced a massive bill for its 2024 edition.

from £45.20

Where to go near Hotel Motel One Manchester-Royal Exchange

City Centre
Cross Street Chapel

Located in the midst of Deansgate, this community chapel regularly hosts cultural events, socials and activities. Check out their website for info and upcoming performances.

The Remedy Kitchen
Manchester
Restaurant
The Remedy Kitchen

The Remedy Kitchen is a Manchester restaurant dedicated to healthy eating, with the goal to detox the body and mind.

Manchester
Restaurant
Chaophraya Manchester

Chaophraya is an upmarket but relaxed Thai restaurant based on Chapel Walks. It has won numerous awards, including Manchester’s best restaurant.

The Rice Bowl Chinese Restaurant.
City Centre
Restaurant
The Rice Bowl

This family-run business is widely-recognised one of the city’s finest Chinese restaurants. Whether you’re looking for authentic, unusual or just plain tasty, Rice Bowl has it all.

The Bull and Bear
Manchester
Restaurant
The Bull & Bear Manchester

Headed up by Tom Kerridge, The Bull & Bear Manchester is the in-house restaurant at The Stock Exchange, the stunning hotel owned by Gary Neville and other famous faces.

Kala Bistro
Manchester
Restaurant
Kala Bistro

Kala is the latest restaurant from acclaimed chef-restaurateur Gary Usher, who also owns Sticky Walnut and Hispi. It’s a welcome addition to the ever-growing and improving King Street food scene.

Manchester
Mash Tun

Mash Tun is a craft beer and live music venue at the former Grafene site on Manchester’s King Street.

St Ann’s Square
City Centre
Park
St Ann’s Square

St Ann’s Square is a quiet little enclave of shops, with Barton’s Arcade set back from it on one side, and St Ann’s Church, which dates back to 1712 and…

City Centre
Shop
Aston’s Of Manchester

In Royal Exchange Arcade, Aston’s of Manchester is a tobacconist that recently branched out into whisky sales. In their shop you’ll find an interesting selection of bottles to buy, including some real rarities, and tasting events here are just getting going.

Mr Thomas’s Chop House
City Centre
Restaurant
Mr Thomas’s Chop House

Mr Thomas’s Chop House first opened as a public house in 1870. It has beautiful arches and Victorian tiling, does classic British cooking and has an excellent wine list.

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