Renaissance Manchester City Centre Hotel
Everything a city centre hotel offers and more, experience the unexpected during your stay in Manchester.
Manchester Airport Marriott Hotel
More than just an airport hotel, the refurbished Manchester Airport Marriott offers a stylish escape.
Newcastle Gateshead Marriott Hotel MetroCentre
Dine, relax and enjoy outstanding service whilst exploring Newcastle and its vibrant retail scene.
Durham Marriott Hotel
Durham’s original hotel is located in the heart of the city and has recently undergone renovation, with historic features and contemporary comfort.
Preston Marriott Hotel
A perfect mix of Lancashire tradition and modern elegance at the four-star Preston Marriott.
Leeds Marriott Hotel
Discover the vibrant city of Leeds when you stay in the centre of the action at Leeds Marriott Hotel.
York Marriott Hotel
The historic city of York is the perfect destination for a weekend of discover. Start your stay with stunning views across York Racecourse.
Liverpool Marriott Hotel
Get connected to the very best that Liverpool has to offer when you stay at this centrally located hotel.
Worsley Park Marriott Hotel & Country Club
Combining the best of both worlds: A rural setting within 200 acres and easy access to Manchester.
Discover castles in Edinburgh and culture in Glasgow, famous festivals and stunning scenery, a trip to Scotland is not to be missed.
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Rock Out to the Music of Manchester at These 5 Legendary Spots
Music has played a significant role in the long, storied history of Manchester, England. The breeding ground of a wide range of artists, Manchester’s cultural reverberations have long been felt around the world.
The city’s musical cred stems in part from its impressive distinction as the birthplace of the punk rock movement (courtesy of hometown heroes the Sex Pistols and Joy Division) and its roots in disco (the Bee Gees grew up here) and alternative rock (Oasis, and its infamous brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher, got their start in the city).
From Neo-Gothic to Glass and Steel, Roam Manchester’s Patchwork of Neighborhoods
Manchester is often called the world’s first industrial city, but today thriving shops, restaurants and bars have moved into all those now-empty warehouses. Old meets new in this vibrant English city where ornate neo-Gothic buildings from the Victorian era sit alongside contemporary glass and steel.
This unofficial Capital of the North, also known for those famous soccer teams and popular music scene, isn’t going to rival London’s size anytime soon, but that’s partly what makes it so appealing.
An Insider’s Look at Manchester’s Chinatown
Manchester, the capital of northern England and the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, is a haven of cultural integration, but what I found in the city’s famous Chinatown was a unique combination of Chinese foods and cultural traditions with a northern-English twist.
Picture a street lined with Asian supermarkets, restaurants serving the best Chinese-meets-British food and a Paifang Chinese archway, and then add people speaking with a strong northern-English accent, and you’ll know you’ve arrived.