Serviced Apartments in Manchester

 Citybase Apartments has carefully selected a range of serviced apartments in Manchester, the third largest city in England and one of the most fashionable, cosmopolitan metropolises in the UK. So you can enjoy a relaxing stay with more space and flexibility.

Home to a diverse community and an interesting historical background, Manchester has something to offer all travellers. Families can enjoy the many interactive museums in the city, friends can sample the famous nightlife of the trendy Northern Quarter, while couples can enjoy the delicacies of the city’s many high-end restaurants, and fashion lovers can revel in the city’s exceptional shopping destinations. All within easy reach of many of our Manchester serviced apartments.

We also provide accommodation further out from the city centre, towards the lively atmosphere of MediaCityUK and a short drive away from the famous Trafford Centre. 

 Why should you visit Manchester?

If you haven’t already visited this magnificent city, you definitely should. A paradise for art lovers, music enthusiasts, and the creatives, Manchester’s arty and alternative influences can be seen throughout the city. Each district has its own unique atmosphere, from the vibrant Northern Quarter to the river views of Salford Quays and the bustling hub of MediaCityUK.

For an indulgent retail therapy trip why not visit the grand Trafford Centre. Purpose built in the 1990’s and opened in 1998, the Trafford Centre is now home to 280 designer and high-street stores. Its architecture is beyond impressive and will wow any visitor, no matter their shopping needs.

Embrace your inner alternative side and let loose in the quirky Northern Quarter where hidden bars, trendy independent shops, and live music venues rule the roost. Cultural design centres and diverse art are a major part of Manchester’s creative scene and rivals London’s art landscape. With independent galleries and rotating exhibitions by iconic artists dotted across the city everywhere you go.

With the incredible diversity of what visitors can explore and discover the only question is – what will you do first?

New to serviced apartments? 

If you enjoy the freedom and convenience of self-catering accommodation, you will love our serviced apartments in Manchester. Offering maid services and equipped with a private kitchen or kitchenette, you can choose when to go out or stay in. Have a home away from home and feel like a local while enjoying all the perks of being a visitor.

Set in great city centre locations and offering a number of bedroom options, from studios to three bedrooms, our Manchester apartments are ideal for your next trip. Let our team of city break experts find you the best place to stay, no matter how long or short you are planning to visit. With extensive knowledge of our cities and apartments, our team will make sure your accommodation in Manchester is everything you want it to be and more.

 Things to do in Manchester

Whether you’re a football fan, science geek, or a sight-seeing lover, you are guaranteed to find something that grabs your interest in Manchester. From behind the scenes tours of Old Trafford football grounds to the Museum of Science and Industry.

Why not explore Manchester’s thriving China Town, the second largest in the UK, and third largest in the world. With its iconic Paifang built in China and shipped over, this Chinese architectural landmark is worth taking a snap of. A date worth noting is mid-February when Chinese New Year is extravagantly celebrated with parades, decorations and events.

Going on a family trip? Manchester has a wealth of attractions for the little ones (and big kids too). With a range of interactive museums, fun is guaranteed for all the family. Or maybe a visit to Manchester Sea Life Centre will peak their interests, boasting colourful displays and interactive exhibits.

Best time of the year to visit Manchester

Being in North West England means the weather is always unpredictable, but with a vast amount of things to do and places to see in Manchester, this will not hinder your trip in the slightest.

Generally, the best time of year to visit is between June and September when the English summer is in full-swing, averaging a temperature of 16 degrees and allowing the sunshine to break through, especially in August.

Places to eat in Manchester

From gourmet international cuisine to cheap eats, Manchester has food covered. If it’s intercontinental food you are interested in, head to one of the many Thai Fusion restaurants, or embrace the Spanish feel and enjoy Paella for two. Whatever your, you will find it in this culturally diverse city.

If you are a planning a home cooked meal, the fresh food stalls at the Arndale Market are bound to impress. A wide selection of fruit, vegetables, meat and seafood is on offer here at a range of different prices. Ingredients from international cuisines, such as Jamaican, Mexican and Japanese can also be found at this market, so if you are aiming to wow your family and friends with a home- cooked meal, this is definitely a good place to start.