We’ve complied an easy reference guide for some interesting hotels to stay in near Castlefield, Manchester. If you’re wondering where to rest your head on your visit, here’s 5 well worth checking out in no particular order.

The Hilton Hotel

The Hilton on Manchester’s Deansgate is one of Manchester’s most iconic buildings, famous for being the tallest residential building in Manchester.

Beetham Tower, as it’s also goes by, is split into 47 stories and has multiple uses. In the pent-house resides the architect behind the cutting-edge building design. Most of the building is split between residential owned/rented apartments and of course the four-star Hilton Hotel. The Hilton boasts an incredible room with a view USP with sightings reaching as far as Snowdonia and The Pennine’s.

The Hilton is home to Cloud 23, the cocktail bar famous for its incredible views across Greater Manchester and the less well known Podium Restaurant – rotating circular restaurant with panoramic views.

If nothing else The Hilton Hotel is an experience guaranteed to impress.

Radisson Blu Edwardian

Radisson Blu’s Manchester Edwardian hotel is an architecture buff’s dream. The gorgeous grand hotel is a former free trade hall with resounding historic charm. The 5 star hotel is every inch as grand as you’d expect on the inside complete with chandeliers and roman busts.

It’s not unheard of to spot celebrity sightings at the Peter Street Radisson Blue, being so close to converted church concert venue Albert Hall, who knows who you might bump into!

The Castlefield Hotel

The best place to stay if your heart really is set on Castlefield (and who could blame you) is The Castlefield Hotel. With a TripAdvisor rating of four stars The Castlefield Hotel is an excellent and reasonably priced choice for singles, couples or families visiting Manchester.

The Hotel offers parking, breakfast and a gym and pool facilities with comfortable rooms for a restful night’s sleep right at the centre of Castlefield.

CastleRose Boat Stay

Let the calming ebb and flow of the peaceful Bridgewater Canal rock you to a sound sleep with the CastleRose Boat Stay. The adorable hotel aboard the boat offers a quaint and cosy hotel that is surprisingly spacious.

The boat isn’t just a hotel – it also operates boat tours during the day and will ferry you to some of Manchester’s most-visited attractions including Old Trafford and around the Bridgewater Canal so all you just have to do relax and enjoy.

 

YHA Hostel

Okay, so it’s not technically a hotel but the YHA Hostels 90% “Excellent” rating makes it the most luxury hostel we’ve ever heard of. Situated in the heart of Castlefield this massive hostel sleeps hundreds of happy travellers per night.

With all en-suite rooms and communal areas kitted out in a modern style, The YHA Hostel is an excellent choice to consider if you’re wanting to spend a night (or a few) in the heart of Castlefield.