Best boutique hotels in Manchester

Here at The Jacksonheim Boutique, we are no strangers to luxury boutique Aparthotels. Therefore, because we love to give our guest the opportunity to have a stay as exciting as the city they’re in, we thought it would only be right to give a shout out to some of Manchester’s other boutique locations.

King Street Townhouse hotel

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The King Street Townhouse is a stunning four star hotel and a perfect stay if you need to unwind. If that’s not enough the infinity spa pool, overlooking the town hall’s clock tower opposite is to die for!

Gotham Manchester

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Since it opened in 2015, Gotham has developed a reputation for excellent five star luxury, in a world where staff are in character and bling is the order of the day. Rooms are dark and moody with luxurious extras as standard.

The Cow Hollow Hotel

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A boutique city hotel offering excellent service and rooms that come with Netflix, Prosecco, milk and cookies before bed, speakers and more; what else could you ask for in Manchester’s trendy Northern Quarter location? In keeping with this, it boasts a contemporary design of exposed brick, fireplaces and metal staircases, giving his once‑textile factory a chic industrial feel.

Malmaison Manchester

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The boutique hotel chain provides a reliable blend of contemporary style and comfort in their impressive building dating back to 1851. Although a trusty classic on the Manchester hotel scene, there’s no doubt that the hotel’s character still gives the newcomers a run for their money.

Abel Heywood

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Named after a former Manchester mayor and publisher, this place offers good value accommodation in the buzzing Northern Quarter. This boutique hotel and the pub is just as cool as you would expect in its location‑it’s loft rooms have record players with a vinyl collection to rifle through, as well as a double sofa bed for extra guests.

ABode Manchester

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Just a two-minute walk from Piccadilly railway station, the bars and restaurants of the Northern Quarter are nearby, making this former 19th-century textile warehouse the perfect place to stay in a weekend in the city.

Velvet Hotel, Restaurant & Bar

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Surrounded by bars, clubs and restaurants on canal street. The Velvet hotel’s 19 rooms are individually decorated to the highest most luxurious standard. This boutique hotel is perfect for a big night out as it comes with clubbing deals too!

Great John Street Hotel

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Located in what was once a Victorian school, this now hotel offers not only amazingly decorated rooms, with huge windows and stand out bathrooms, but the rooftop lounge of dreams.

Whitworth Locke

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A boutique Aparthotel with everything you need. Decorated in blush pink, the best part of your stay at Whitworth Locke are the common areas, with coffee shops, cocktail bars and more, this is a haven for a good time getaway.


Planning a trip to Manchester

Looking for short term stays in Manchester city centre or luxury apartments to wine and dine in this weekend? Jacksonhiem ApartHotel Manchester specialises in short term let properties of all styles, shapes, and sizes. Hotels are great but can be very expensive, especially if you are looking for some extra space. We create unique apartments for our guests to have space and freedom to make them feel right at home. You will have a living room to chill and entertain in, space if you need to work in; If you’re planning a small gathering, a kitchen to wine and dine in.

Our local dedicated team has been living and investing in Manchester for many years now,
offering a great understanding of the local market whilst ensuring that we help you find the right
property to stay. Whether you’re an individual looking for a temporary location or a large entity
looking to book a business trip, we have a Manchester apartment that is right for you.

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