Best Airbnbs Manchester
Best described as the Northern Powerhouse, Manchester is best known for its iconic architecture, vibrant city nightlife, friendly locals, top nosh restaurants, quirky bars and two world-class football teams. If you’ve never been then what are you waiting for! Mancunians really will welcome anybody with open arms. Also, you can enjoy an awesome stay the Airbnbs Manchester on offer.
With tourism booming in Manchester, there’s plenty of accommodation to suit anybody’s needs, from quirky rooftop apartments to cosy classic studios and wacky hostels. There’s also some awesome Northern Quarter Airbnb.
Let’s look what’s included in this post for you;
- Budget Airbnbs in Manchester
- Airbnb Northern Quarter
- Luxury Airbnb Manchester
- Airbnb Manchester Heaton Park
- Party pads Airbnbs in Manchester
- Best things to do in Manchester
- Final Thoughts
Budget Airbnbs in Manchester
COSY ROOM VERY CLOSE TO TOWN – (Approx £30 per night)
Being onto a 10-minute walk into the centre of Manchester, this Manchester Airbnb private room in a modern two bedded townhouse is perfect for both a couple and a lone traveller. There are good transport links outside the property and a supermarket nearby to collect and overnight essentials. There’s also free parking on the premises if you have your own car, which is useful as parking charges in Manchester and can be very steep. Overall this a spacious clean flat, equipped with facilities needed a few nights to stay with a friendly host.
Balcony Private Bedroom in Piccadilly (Approx £50 per night)
This is a lovely double room shared apartment in the heart of Manchester city, with an adjoining balcony overlooking out to the impressive skyline. Even though you’ll be sharing kitchen facilities this room comes with a private bathroom with shower and hot tub making it private whilst still be able to interact with others. Ideally located 2 minutes from Manchester Piccadilly you really couldn’t ask for a better location which a price tag like this!
Mid-Range Airbnb Northern Quarter Manchester
Northern Quarter Studios – 001 (Approx £100 per night)
Located in the vibrant Northern Quarter, this modern spacious complex is a great place to stay if you want to explore Manchester. Each integrated living space is well equipped with a kitchen and en suite bathroom and there’s even a gym in the building which guest can use for free! There’s also friendly reception staff on hand to help with any enquires to make your stay as relaxing as possible. This is one of the best Northern Quarter Airbnb Manchester.
S-Double Bed, Private bathroom, central location (Approx £33 per night)
If you’re looking for a cheap Airbnb Manchester in the Northern Quarter, then you should definitely check out the this accommodation!
You will have top essentials such as clean beds, good WIFI and a friendly host. Also, it’s in a perfect location to able to wander into the Northern Quarter area for some epic cocktails and places to eat.
51 Tib Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester (Approx £49 per night)
This is a top located Northern Quarter Airbnb Manchester for you to stay at! You will be mega close to the bars and restaurants in the Northern Quarter.
If you’re from Manchester or know much about it, you will know that a hotel in the Northern Quarter can be very expensive. This is why I see this Airnb in the Northern Quarter and absolute bargain!
You will have a stylish apartement with secure entry and a 24 hour service. You are also welcome to take guests in for a few drinks.
Airbnb Manchester City Centre
Modern City Center Studio Flat (Approx £70 per night)
If you’re looking for privacy then this private studio Airbnb in the Northern Quarter is perfect for you. Enjoy a bright spacious fully equipped entire studio centrally located 10 minutes from Manchester Piccadilly Station. The hosts are super friendly and strive to ensure your visit from start to finish is a smooth process.
Dbl Room good access to city centre (Approx £33 per night)
This awesome Airbnb is located in the great area of Didsbury making it one of the popular Airbnb Manchester city centre stays. You can easily hop on-and-off the public transportation and with in minutes you will be at the lively bars and restaurants.
Also, there is parking available on the street, therefore, you can drive to this stay and leave your car on the street whilst you catch a tram into Manchester.
There’s also all the popular inclusions such as WIFI and eating facilities.
Spacious double room near Manchester city centre (Approx £19 per night)
If you’re looking for one of the cheapest Airbnb Manchester in the city centre, then this is possibly the one for you! At just £19 a night for the room, you can’t go wrong.
You will have an awesome double room to yourself that’s located next to Manchester City Centre and all the best things to do in Manchester.
You’ll also be close to public transport such as the Metrolink and bus stops.
All-in-all I thing this is a bargain room and top place to stay for the night in Manchester.
A beautiful, spacious double room very close to Manchester city centre. The room has a wardrobe, a bedside cabinet and you are also free to use the kitchen and bathroom any time.
The flat is only a 5-10 minute bus/taxi ride from Manchester city centre, or a 25 minute walk. You can also catch the Bury tram (Metrolink) to Queens Road station. The apartment is then only 5-7 minutes walk away. It is also close to Monsall tram station which is on the Rochdale line.
Luxury Manchester Airbnbs
Manchester’s Most Exclusive Apartment – (Approx £160 per night)
An incredible space in the heart of Manchester, this stylish modern apartment offers everything you could possibly need for a weekend away. The bedrooms are spacious and have a balcony overlooking the city, the kitchen is fully equipped to enable to cook your own meals and the living room is super cosy. Free parking outside is also a great bonus too!
Airbnb Manchester Heaton Park
Heaton Park double room (Approx £16 a night)
If you’re looking for a quite place to stay in Manchester, then this Airbnb near Heaton Park is perfect for you.
There’s a double room waiting for you for just £16 a night!
There’s all the essentials like Netflix, chill out area and WIFI. However, with the internet connection, you only recieve 100Mbs. So, don’t really on this if you have lots of work to do!
Marcos Place (Approx £27 per night)
This is another top Airbnb Heaton Park to check out! Also, for its location, it’s a bargain.
It has all the essentials you need for a good overnight stay.
If you’re not driving, there is local transport routes nearby.
Party Pads Airbnb in Manchester
City Centre Airbnb Penthouse Apartment | Roof Terrace (Approx £190 per night)
This is the ultimate party pad for you and your friends. Sleeping up to 6 questions, this spacious apartment had two large double bedrooms and a large family bathroom, with two pull out beds. A glass door in the living room opens out onto a beautiful airy terrace where guests can enjoy a beverage before hitting the town. Unfortunately, there’s no onsite parking, but they’re relatively cheap parking directly opposite the property.
Manchester’s Gem – Free Parking (Approx £120 per night)
This is one of the popular Airbnb Manchester options. It’s not the cheapest hotel in Manchester, however, it’s in a perfect location and there’s also parking available.
There is plenty of hotels in Manchester that don’t have parking, so this Airbnb is a great option!
Luxury 2 bed apartment Manchester City Centre (Approx £45 per night)
If you’re want an Airbnb in the Manchester city centre, then you should check out this awesome accommodation. It’s close to Manchester city centre, Piccadilly, Northern Quarter, New Islington, Ancoats, Man City stadium, parks, canal.
You will enjoy your time here with comforts such as Netflix and a smart TV.
Furthermore, if you have a car, you will be able to store it on a secure carpark for less than £4 for 12-hours.
Other hotels in Manchester
You won’t have to look far for hotels in Manchester, they’re everywhere!
Like the Airbnbs, you will find Manchester hotels to suit any budget. You can find luxury hotels, then you will also find hostels in Manchester if you want a low-budget visit to the city.
Anyway, let’s have a look at some of the popular hotels in Manchester;
- Principal Manchester – F with , all of the 4-star rooms at The Principal include TVs with satellite channels, private bathrooms and in-room safes. Guests can also make use of hairdryers and tea/coffee-making facilities
- Britannia Hotel City Centre Manchester – Set in a magnificent , Britannia Hotel is just 10 minutes’ walk from Manchester . With free WiFi and 2 lively bars, the hotel is 1 mile from Manchester Cathedral.
- Rusholme rooms – ll rooms are fitted with an oven, microwave, a kettle, a bath or shower, a hairdryer and a desk. Some rooms have a kitchen with a toaster. The rooms also feature a wardrobe and a flat-screen TV with Freeview channels and Netflix.
- Premier Inn Manchester – The hotel offers an on-site Kitchen Restaurant and can enjoy full and continental breakfasts. Evening meals, light snacks and drinks are also available. And, obviously, there’s Wifi 🙂
Best things to do in Manchester
1. Take a tour of Old Trafford or Etihad Stadium
Manchester United is best known for its two favourite football teams so why not soak up the atmosphere and take an all-access tour behind the scenes to see where the action truly happens. You’ll be given an interactive experience by a professional guide that all the family are sure to enjoy.
2. Try your hand at Junk Yard Golf
Junk Yard Golf isn’t your standard mini golf experience. Home to three 9 hole courses, refreshing jazzy cocktails, American style food and funky music, it’ll be a night you’ll never want to forget. Challenge your mates and put your putting to the practice, while you enjoy an amazing atmosphere and perfect night out.
3. Enjoy belly laughs at The Comedy Store
No visit to Manchester is complete without a trip to the Comedy Store in Deansgate. Enjoy different comedians every Thursday to Sunday in the theatre with a pint and pizza and laugh the night away. There are even options to dine at the onsite restaurants making it ideal for date night or to enjoy with a group of friends. Just remember if you’re willing to sit on the front row don’t be surprised if you get singled out!
4.Party the night away at Warehouse Project
There’s always something hip happening at the Warehouse Project with DJ sets from the likes of Chase & Status, Skepta, Disclosure and many more. So if tech music’s your scene you need to book tickets pronto as they always sell out! After your night out you can head back to your Airbnb Manchester part pad.
5. Shop to you drop at Manchester Arndale
The largest shopping centre in Manchester, and Europe’s third-largest shopping mall, there’s not much you won’t find here! Receiving over 41 million visitors a year, it truly is an amazing place to wander around, shop, dine and relax, but just be careful not to spend all your money at once!
6. Enjoy a rooftop cocktail at Cloud 23
Enjoy panoramic views of the slick Manchester Skyline whilst you indulge in a fancy cocktail at Manchester’s tallest building, The Hilton. It’ll be an experience you’ll never forget.
7. Visit the original set of Coronation Street
If you’re a fan of ITV’s favourite show Coronation Street, why not take an 80-minute tour of the cobbled streets and get behind the scenes to watch where the action unfolds. There’s plenty of opportunities for photos and discover filming secrets whilst listening to your stories of your favourite cast members.
There is plenty of awesome things to do in Manchester and luckily there is plenty of unique Airbnbs in Manchester to choose from. The Airbnbs also are perfect for any budget!
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