Its simple design means it’s got no frills attached, and is the perfect option if you’re planning on being out and about getting stuck into Manchester’s notorious nightlife – or if you just want somewhere comfy to rest you head (i.e. pass out) at the end of the night. But, just because it ain’t packed with chandeliers and chaise longues doesn’t mean you’ll be returning to your student flat-share – we can assure you that this hotel is extremely pleasant. The rooms are clean, contemporary and stylish and all have en-suite bathrooms. There are two on-site restaurants to choose from – the Conservatory Bar serves lunch and evening meals and the Weston serves an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet, for your fragile morning-after feast. However, this hotel is in a cracking location (just a few minutes from Piccadilly train station) meaning you have lots of dining options nearby, as well as being close to Manchester’s buzzing bar and club scene.