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    Manchester Airport: Manchester, Greater Manchester M90 1QX, United Kingdom

Manchester AirportBeing a major city in the northwest region of England, there is a wealth of industrial heritage to be found around Manchester. The city is located just two hours from nearly one-third of the UK population. It is home to the largest airport outside of London and handles over 22 million passengers a year with three terminals. Manchester Airport utilizes a quick and secure transport facility for getting to and from the airport, just a short 7.5 miles southwest of the city centre. Airport hotels abound, so if convenience is what you look for in a hotel, you’re in good shape.
Why travelers visit Manchester: two world-class football teams, “curry mile” in Rusholme, the Northern Quarter, Royal Exchange Theatre, and plenty of nightlife!
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Know Before You Go: Manchester Airport

  • Manchester Airport handles over 22 million passengers and more than 220,000 flights each year.
  • Travelers can enjoy one hour of free WiFi time in any 24 hour period, anywhere in the airport.
  • There are over 120 shops and restaurants located throughout the airport and travelers can now board their flights with one airport sized shopping bag in addition to hand luggage.
  • Shop duty-free at the shop Alpha in Terminal 3. Duty-free purchases are available for those traveling to a non-European destination.
  • Dreading the lines? Terminal 1 is the busiest terminal. Avoid lines by using Self-service check-in kiosks.
  • Break free from the crowds and chaos of traveling by relaxing in an airport lounge. Escape Lounges are located in every terminal and can be pre-booked online. Escape Lounges include free food and drink, WiFi, newspapers and magazines, PCs for business use, and more!
  • For families, Terminal 2 has a play area dedicated to toddlers 3 and under, plus a zone for slightly older children, located next to gate 213.
  • iPhone and Android users can download the free Manchester Airport app to access live flight information, terminal guides, maps, and more!
  • Need to freshen up? Located in Terminal 2, the Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester Airport offers a revitalizing shower and change service. A shower and change costs £6.50 per person. Additional Manchester Airport hotels are located nearby.
  • You can visit Manchester Airport's official page for more information.

Where To Stay

      • Crowne Plaza Hotels Near Manchester Airport
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    • Crowne Plaza Hotel Manchester Airport

      0.8 miles from Manchester International Airport (MAN)

      The Crowne Plaza Hotel Manchester Airport is located at the Manchester Airport, with a complimentary shuttle providing transportation to and from the airport terminals. Business services, a health and fitness center, and 2 on-site restaurants are offered as amenities here, as well as 8 meeting rooms for guests' use. Book this and other Manchester Airport hotels securely online.
      • Holiday Inn Express Manchester Airport
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    • Holiday Inn Express Manchester Airport

      1.8 miles from Manchester International Airport (MAN)

      In great proximity to Manchester International Airport, the Holiday Inn Express Manchester Airport offers contemporary bedrooms with a spacious power shower, as well as free Express Start Breakfast, free Wi-Fi access, and business services available. Within driving distance of local shops and activities, and a shuttle runs to the MAN airport every 20 minutes.

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About Manchester Airport

Manchester Airport is the largest hub in the U.K. after London Heathrow. It's situated on the south side of the city and offers flights to and from most of Europe's major cities, including Berlin, Greece and Madrid, as well as many locals in North America, Asia and Africa. Once you arrive, you have easy access to a variety of hotels near Manchester Airport, such as Crowne Plaza Manchester Airport and Holiday Inn Manchester Airport. After you've settled in, you can get around to all the city's attractions via car rental or public transportation - the Transport for Greater Manchester offers free bus rides through Metroshuttle as well as tram service through Metrolink and rail service through the Network Rail.

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Welcome to Manchester

As a massive metropolis in the heart of the county of Greater Manchester, this city is a U.K. hub for culture and industry. So, it's no surprise that Manchester attracts some 1 million visitors each year, including business travelers and vacationers (it welcomes more international travelers than any other city in England). Many call this locale the "Capital of the North" and the U.K.'s second city after London, but its residents will tell you that Manchester is second to none. In fact, Manchester United fans are among the most loyal in the sport of football (or soccer to Americans), and locals will defend its shopping, drinking and dining options as among the best in the nation.

Along with its excellent nightlife and commercial options, the rich history of the destination lures many visitors to Manchester. Its documented past reaches back to 79 A.D., when it served as the site of the Roman fort of Mamucium. It was developed into a town in the 13th century, and evidence of its Medieval past can be found all throughout, such as at Chetham's School and Library, which was once a priests' college, and an old cathedral built in the 1400s. Its Victorian and industrial roots are also the focus of many of its historical attractions, from intriguing landmarks to educational museums.

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Things to Do in Manchester

Waterway in Manchester UKWhether you're in town for business or pleasure, there's plenty to do to make the most of your trip. Take some time to explore the heritage of the city with a visit to one of its cultural or historical institutions. The People's History Museum, for example, details the story of the country's 200-year fight for democracy through exhibits located throughout a refurbished pumping station from the Edwardian era. Another highlight is the Museum of Science & Industry, the largest museum in the city, which showcases the events of the Industrial Revolution via displays such as locomotives, steam engines and factory machinery from the 1700s and 1800s. If you're a sports fan, don't miss out on the renowned National Football Museum, and literature lovers will enjoy a visit to the Elizabeth Gaskell House, where the famed British novelist lived for 15 years in the mid-1800s.

Those looking for some nightlife excitement during their visit to Manchester won't be at a loss for pubs, lounges, venues and dining establishments from which to choose. For music, head to Fac251 on Princess Street. This venue is a favorite among locals for its broad range of musical performances, including shows by Motown, indie and techno acts, presented on three different stages. The Music Box on Oxford Street is another great place to catch some tunes, then head to Dukes 92 for a pint of ale in what is widely considered the best pub in the Castlefield conservation area. While you're in town, be sure to catch a game at Manchester United's Stadium in Old Trafford.

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Hilton Manchester Airport
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Premier Inn Manchester Airport Runger Lane North
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Radisson Blu Manchester Airport
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