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Manchester Trafford Hotels

Premier Inn Manchester Trafford Centre North

£76 Book Now

Trafford Boulevard, Manchester, UK


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0.49 km / 0.3 mi from Manchester Trafford

Premier Inn Manchester Trafford Centre South

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Wilderspool Wood, Manchester, UK


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0.38 km / 0.23 mi from Manchester Trafford

Premier Inn Manchester Trafford Centre West

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Old Park Lane Trafford Centre, Manchester, UK


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0.52 km / 0.32 mi from Manchester Trafford

AC Hotel by Marriott Manchester Salford Quays

£72 Book Now

17-19 Trafford Road Salford Quays, Salford, UK


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1.82 km / 1.13 mi from Manchester Trafford

The Ascott

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6 Half Edge Lane Ellesmere Park Eccles, Manchester, UK


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2.36 km / 1.47 mi from Manchester Trafford

Bradgreen Road

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12 Bradgreen Road Eccles, Manchester, UK


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2.87 km / 1.78 mi from Manchester Trafford

Ivy Mount Guest House

£56 Book Now

35 Half Edge Lane, Manchester, UK


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2.79 km / 1.74 mi from Manchester Trafford

Beaucliffe Hotel

£51 Book Now

254 Eccles Old Road Pendelton, Manchester, UK


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3.03 km / 1.88 mi from Manchester Trafford

Short Term Worsley Apartment

£153 Book Now

16 The Coppice Worsley, Manchester, UK


Guest Score: 8.8 / 10

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3.86 km / 2.4 mi from Manchester Trafford

Hello Hotel

£50 Book Now

267 East Lancashire Road, Manchester, UK


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4.32 km / 2.69 mi from Manchester Trafford

Weaste Hotel

£41 Book Now

Edward Avenue, Manchester, UK


Guest Score: 5.9 / 10

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3.46 km / 2.15 mi from Manchester Trafford

Eskdale Lodge

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35 Harboro Road, Manchester, UK


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4.86 km / 3.02 mi from Manchester Trafford

About Manchester Trafford

Manchester is located in the northwest of England, 30 miles from Liverpool and just a little over 200 miles from London. Like in most of UK's cities, it doesn't get very hot and it almost never falls below freezing. In July it gets up to 61°F and in January it usually is 39°F. It occasionally snows in January and February and the wettest time of the year is in fall and winter. The best months to visit Manchester are March, May and September.

The city has an interesting architecture, with great, spectacular buildings. Thomas de la Warre, founded and constructed the church, now known as Manchester Cathedral. The existence of a market is mentioned in Manchester, in 1282.

A large part of Manchester's history is about textile manufacture during the Industrial Revolution. The city is focused on business, being one of the largest financial centre in Europe.

Manchester It is also known for sports and it is home for the renowned football club, Manchester United. Great shopping centres are spread across the city and the most popular one is Manchester Trafford Centre.

The Trafford Centre is a tourist destination, attracting visitors from all over the UK and beyond. Over 3,500 coaches visit annually bringing more than 100,000 people to the Centre.

Facts & Short history of Manchester Trafford Centre

– Trafford Centre started as an idea in 1984, and the construction began when the House of Lords approved the project, in 1995. It was finished in 27 months and it was opened on 10 September, 1998

– The centre stretches on 150 acres, including 29.954 square meters of catering and leisure space and 118.766 square meters of retail. It is located 9 miles away from Manchester city centre and it is one of the largest shopping centres in Europe, and the biggest in-door shopping centre in UK

– The Trafford Centre's interior and exterior architecture is Rococo/Late Baroque in design, and decorated primarily in shades of white, pink and gold with ivory, jade and caramel coloured marble throughout.

– There are 10,000 free parking spaces, 230 stores, six nationally renowned anchor stores

– Trafford Centre - Shop Opening Hours : Mon - Fri 10am-10pm, Saturday 10am-8pm,Sunday 12noon-6pm

– The Orient and The Great Hall - Restaurants & Cinemas Opening Hours : Mon - Fri 10am - Midnight and beyond, Saturday 9am-Midnight & beyond, Sunday - 11am-late (Fri and Sat cinemas open until 3am)

Manchester is a beautiful destination, where tourists can find interesting sights to visit. In Manchester city centre there are great museums and art galleries, including Manchester Art Gallery and the Manchester Museum where you can see displays of animal life, plants, rocks, minerals and prehistoric life, including an aquarium.

A few of the top tourist attractions are listed below. Check them out!

Manchester Town Hall

It was constructed in 1887, by Alfred Waterhouse. It is a Victorian edifice where visitors are guided to the first floor by one of the great spiral staircases. Tourists and visitors can admire here Brown's murals, very well appreciated by the art lovers who enter the Hall.

John Rylands Library

The library was founded by Enriqueta Augustina Rylands, in memory of her late husband, John Rylands, in July 1972. It's constructed of stone and it varies in color, with a touch of pink. It is the first public building in Manchester to be lit by electricity. A new wing was added in 2004 in the south west of the edifice, which was finished in 2007.

Affleck's Palace

It was founded in 1982, by James Walsh, a hairdresser with a high interest in the fashion industry. It is a five leveled shopping centre, with over 50 shops. It is a magnet for teen shoppers, especially on Saturdays.

The Jewish Museum

It is located at 190 Cheetham Hill Road, right in Manchester city centre. The museum tales the story of the Jewish people, story which started in the 18th century. It shows collections of photographs and documents since the Jewish immigration period. It is opened from Monday to Thursday from 10 30 to 4 pm, on Sundays from 10 30 to 5 pm, and it is closed on Sundays and Jewish holidays.

Museum of Science and Industry

It was originally called North Western Museum of Science and Industry, when it was opened in 1969. It is an interesting museum, focused on the development of the science and industry, and it holds displays of transportation means such as railway locomotives, and aircrafts, as well as presentations of steam and gas engines.

The Lowry

The gallery was designed by Michael Wilford and Buro Happold and it was completed in 1999, costing over £100 million. The complex includes two theatres and a drama studio and it hosts several events. It is named after the painter L.S. Lowry, known for his industrial scenes paintings, in North-West England.

Oldham Street

It is situated in the heart of the city. The street runs from Piccadilly to Great Ancoats Street, continuing north, as Oldham Road. It is an appreciated part of Manchester by the tourists and visitors because it holds a wide range of shops and stores. On the east side you can see the Methodist Central Hall, headquarter of the Manchester and Salford Methodist Mission.

People's History Museum

It was known as the National Museum of Labour History and the Pump House People's History Museum. Later, in 2001, the name of People's History Museum was considered to embrace both of the names given in the past years. In 1998, the museum was recognized as having collections of national importance. Unfortunately, the museum was closed in 2007, and transformed into a new one building, that includes galleries, cafe, shops and education service, and it is expected to be reopened in early 2010.

Manchester Cathedral

It is a medieval church, on Victoria Street, and the official given name is "The Cathedral and Collegiate Church of St Mary, St Denys and St George in Manchester". The cathedral has 10 bells in its tower, the largest one weighing 1.3 tones. Services are being held on Mondays to Fridays, at 9 am, 1.10 pm and 5.30 pm, on Saturdays at 9am, 9.5 am, 3.30 pm, and also on Sundays, at 8.45 am, 9 am, 10.30 am and 5.30 pm.

Lyme Park

The Park is between Buxton and Manchester. It's open all year round, from 8 am to 6 pm, and from 1st April to 11th October is open from 8 am to 8 30 pm. The park includes a play area for children and a mountain bike area. It is a place where you can relax, have a picnic with the family and admire the house built here in Tudor period, turned into a beautiful palace by the Venetian architect, Leoni, in the 18th century.

Tatton Park

It is one of the most historic places in UK. It lies on 1000 acres of green space and it is 20 minutes away from most of Manchester city centre hotels. The park holds many concerts and seasonal Christmas events and it brings over 700 000 visitors every year.

Manchester is the largest city in Northern New England but that doesn't have to scare you. It is very easy to find your way around Manchester. The fourth largest airport in England is serving the city: Manchester - International Airport (MAN)located at Ringway in the City of Manchester within Greater Manchester, UK. The public transportation service is provided by Manchester Transit Authority, having several bus routes through the city and the surrounding areas. Rush hour is here from 6 am to 10 am and from 4 pm to 7 pm. You can check out the tips listed below, to make your way around the city centre of Manchester easy.

Getting to Trafford Centre

By Bus

The X50 service, operated by Stagecoach Manchester, is the new express bus link to Manchester Piccadilly, offering journey times of just 25 minutes. The service runs every 30 minutes from early till late, 363 days a year, and is provided using specially branded modern low floor easy-access buses.

The 100 service, operated by First Manchester, is a high frequency bus link direct to Manchester Shudehill Bus Station via Eccles and Salford. The service runs from early till late 363 days a year, every 10 minutes, and is provided using specially branded modern low floor easy-access buses.

By Road

The Trafford Centre is conveniently located close to junctions 9 and 10 on the M60, making it very accessible to car users. The 10,000 free parking spaces are a huge draw to customers as they offer the convenience of on-site parking completely free of charge.

Sat Nav address information: The Trafford Centre Manchester , M17 8AA


By Bus

Chorlton Street Coach Station is the main bus station in Manchester and it's located right around many of the Manchester city centre hotels, between Chinatown and The Village on Chorlton Street. Some buses have student discounts and if you ask the city's inhabitants, they will advise you to take any bus, avoiding the ones operated by Stagecoach, and that way you will keep your price ticket under £1. Bus tickets are purchased from the driver, a FirstDay ticket costing £4.

By Taxi

The taxis in Manchester are considered cheaper than in London. You should be able to travel anywhere within the city for £5 to £10. Tourists are advised to avoid rogue mini cabs. It is required to book a taxi by phone in order to catch one. If you need to travel further in Manchester, it may be best to agree on a price in advance, because it's cheaper, but it won't always work. Doing so, it is not legal. The general rule is that the meter to be turned on for any trip.

By Train

Most of the train routes pass through Piccadilly or Victoria, and a'Rail Ranger' ticket cost about £4 per day. Train services from Piccadilly are serving the airport all night. Up to 6 trains per hour connect the airport to Piccadilly Station, in the city centre of Manchester. The airport is linked to 100 destinations across North England and beyond, using the train service. Traveling by train is considered to be relaxing by a large number of people in Manchester.

By Tram

Metrolink is Manchester's mass-transit system. Currently, it runs on two lines: Altrincham-Bury and Piccadilly-Eccles. It is not considered the best way to travel inside Manchester and that's because it's expensive. If you do decide to travel by tram, and plan more than one journey in a day, your best shot is a Metromax ticket. The tickets can be purchased from the machines at each station in advance, and change is not guaranteed for over £7.

Shopping around Manchester Trafford Centre Hotels is an experience that does not resemble to any other. The city is a unique, original and fashionable place for shoppers. You can find amazing places with quality clothes that will make you look fabulous without spending a fortune. Be unique, and purchase the clothing and accessories that the city has to offer, that way you will stand out. Manchester is known for its creative and genuine fashion. You will find listed below a few quality shopping places for you to check out when you arrive in the city!

Trafford Centre

The planning of the centre was the longest and most expensive one in the history of Manchester. It is a huge indoor shopping centre in the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford. It was built by Bovis Lend Lease, in 1998, and it has 137,346,65 square meters. Over 30 million visitors come here every year for the greatest shopping experience. The centre is owned by Peel Holdings and it has four main areas: Regent Crescent, Peel Avenue, The Orient, and The Dome.

Manchester Craft and Design Centre

It is a good place to start shopping for home accessories or artistic gifts. The Craft Centre holds small shops and galleries where you can find lovely, original items, including ceramics, sculpture, furniture, jewelry and hand-made books. There are studios that allow visitors to see the work in progress of many skilled artists. The address of the shopping centre is 17 Oak St, Smithfield, Manchester.


If you like to travel, you will certainly love Mulberry. At 62 King St, you can browse for travel accessories or a wide selection of luggage. You can also shop here for beauty products and clothing. The selection of luggage is well-made and appreciated among the visitors.

Vinyl Exchange

It's the biggest second-hand music store in Manchester. The staff here knows everything about music and will help you choose the record you're searching for. The store welcomes you to get the CD's you no longer need out of your way, in exchange of an amount of money, of course, waiting for you at 18 Oldham St.

Watches of Switzerland

You will certainly find here that watch you always wanted to buy. Brands like Rolex, Tag Heuer, Gucci, and Cartier are displayed, and the staff working here will also fix broken watches. The store welcomes you, and it can be found at 17 King St.


At 91 Deansgate, you can visit the biggest book store in Manchester. Readers can purchase great books, and go through the pages, in the many comfortable places arranged in the store. Book related events are often held here.

Affleck's Palace

The shopping centre is located on 52 Church St and it has lots of stores, from where you can buy second-hand clothes, accessories, vintage dresses and used records. This is a place where you won't leave a large amount of money. It has interesting items at a surprisingly low price. There are also two cafes where you can relax and enjoy a great cup of coffee. On the top floor, you can listen to alternative music, played by skilled DJ's.

Arndale Centre

If you're searching for stylish clothing and accessories, more than 200 retailers have their stores in Arndale Centre, on Market Street. You will see clothes, from the least expensive ones, to the top of the line creations. It also holds several places where you can get a quick bite to eat and relax.


It is the most popular and favorite place for many of Britain's inhabitants. It has a quality selection of clothing, for both women and men, as well as for children. On the first floor, there are cosmetic counters, and upstairs, there is a hip clothing collection, signed by Jasper Conran. A cafe is also provided for visitors. The store can be found at 123 Market St.

Kendal Milne

A wide range of cosmetics and beauty supplies make Kendal Milne a well-known shopping centre. Located at Deansgate, Kendal Milne has everything from women and men clothing, to toys, furniture and accessories. It has also a beauty salon, a classic tea room, and a cute, chic coffee bar in the basement.