Manchester city centre is very small and can be explored easily by foot. The Palace Theatre is centrally located between The Town Hall and the universities on Oxford Road, near to the Gay Village and Piccadilly.
There are not many hotels in Manchester with parking, however all are well served by public car parks, including many around The Palace Theatre. [see car parking in Manchester]
The Palace Theatre is just 4 minutes walk from the Metrolink tram stop at St Peter's Square
Oxford Road station is 2 minutes walk across the road from The Palace Theatre [book trains]
Piccadilly Station is the main train station for Manchester, linked directly to the airport, and is just 10 minutes walk from The Palace Theatre
Historic landmark hotel, opposite Oxford Road Station and next to the Palace Theatre in the city centre. A great location, the main university campuses are also nearby, as are Chinatown, the Gay Village, Deansgate Locks and Manchester Central.
19th Century boutique hotel ideally located in the centre of the city, opposite Chinatown, next to the Gay Village and near the Palace Theatre, Town Hall and Oxford Road Station. Stylish rooms with 32-inch flat-screen TV also boast free WiFi and luxurious bathrooms
Award-winning modern hotel right in the centre of the city, opposite Chinatown and Manchester Art Gallery. A short walk to the shops, Gay Village and all the theatres. Part owned by Sir Cliff Richard, there are a number of Cliff themed suites.
Manchester's most historic hotel and arguably still the poshest. Located slap bang in the centre of the city, next to the Town Hall, Central Library, Manchester Central, MICC and Bridgewater Hall, this is where the Rolls Royce Company was started
Plush 5 star hotel, right in the middle of the city centre, boasting stylish modern rooms and an indoor pool with jet stream, jacuzzi and spa bath. Perfectly located for all the theatres, the Manchester International Convention Centre and the Town Hall.
Fantastic award-winning modern hotel connected directly to Piccadilly Station, previously known as City Inn and Mint Hotel. Every room features an iMac multi-media entertainment system, free Wi-Fi and Sky television channels
Modern hotel with swimming pool. occupying the bottom 23 floors of the Beetham Tower, Manchester's tallest landmark and home to Cloud 23 skybar. It's ideally placed for Deansgate Locks, the Bridgewater Hall, MICC and the museums in Castlefield.
Home to Michael Caines Restaurant, winner of the Pride Of Manchester Awards Best Restaurant in Manchester 2009 & 2010, this modern hotel next to Piccadilly Station and the main shopping area, offers large funky rooms which keep many of the original features of the old warehouse. Near to the Gay Village, shops and The Northern Quarter