When it comes to your Manchester accommodation, you need somewhere safe, central and secure to dump your bags and head out on the sesh. Luckily for you, we’ve got just what you need, with everything from classy, 4-star hotels in the centre of the city, to lad pad apartments with spacious rooms and plenty of space to chill when you’re hungover – there’s bound to be something to suit every need.
If you’re hoping to be slap-bang in the centre of the city, and not have to worry about sobering up in taxi queues, a hotel, apartment or hostel from our central offering is just what your group needs. As far as budget goes, Hatters Manchester City Centre, Britannia Sachas Hotel and Hatters Manchester Hilton Chambers are excellent basic options, where you can lay your heads at night and get some quality shut eye before starting it all over again. These three are located within the heart of the hipster Northern Quarter, so if you like your craft ale bars and your quirky late night clubs, these are within walking distance from your rooms.
Just by Piccadilly Train Station is the popular Pendulum Hotel. Hundreds of our stags opt for this central hotel each year, due to its enviable location, in-house restaurant and bar, and comfortable rooms. Just south of the Spinningfields area, you’ll find two of our top sellers, Jurys Inn Manchester and Hilton Manchester Deansgate, both of which will position you well within walking distance of Manchester Oxford Road Train Station and many of the most popular bars in this area.
For the ultimate lad pad, City Stop Apartments can’t be faulted. These apartments are located opposite Printworks, with its shedload of bars, restaurants and shops, and have fully-fitted kitchens, LCD TVs, iPod docks and even a pool table where you can pre-drink or recover from the night before in style.
We have hand selected the accommodation that we offer, not only due to their fantastic facilities, but due to their prime location within the city. We do, however, have a couple of Holiday Inns just out of the city centre, the Holiday Inn Express Salford Quays and the Holiday Inn Express Manchester East. Both of these options will require you to get a taxi into the centre of the town, which will probably take around 20 minutes maximum and cost you around £25. So why not make the journey more memorable and make it a party bus?
As we send so many mad for it stags to Manchester, we have the privilege of increased room allocation in all of the hostels, apartments and hotels that we have on our books. However, during weekends which involve the Manchester United and Manchester City games, Parklife Festival, any big concerts or Pride Weekend, even our extra allocated slots fill up quickly. We advise that you book up quick to avoid any disappointment.
You are indeed. We want you to worry about what pranks you’re going to play on the poor, unsuspecting stag, and how many pictures you’re going to take to blackmail him once you get home, not about whether you’re protected if anything goes wrong with your accommodation. So, rest assured, Last Night Ltd are ABTA protected (Y6354) which gives you peace of mind that not only are we an accredited travel company, but that you have legal protection too. So, about those pranks…