Lancashire and the Peaks Hotels



The Midland Hotel


At a Glance


  • central location, close to Town Hall and a Metrolink stop
  • superb restaurant
  • good for business travelers


  • impersonal feel
  • rooms facing road can be noisy

The Midland Hotel Review

The Edwardian splendor of the hotel's public rooms manages to shine through a contemporary makeover, evoking the days when this was the city's main railway station hotel. To get in the spirit, enjoy high tea in the grand lobby. Guest rooms, with huge photos of Manchester as headboards, are pleasant and light, with contemporary walnut furniture and dark-purple-and-cream furnishings.

    Hotel Details

  • 298 rooms, 14 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
Updated: 06-13-2013

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