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The Midland - Manchester

4,253 reviews
+44 845 074 0053

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Fitness Center

Grand and Glorious Midland Manchester

Step Back in Time with Prices of Yesteryear

This Edwardian-Baroque historical building is one of the very few of its type in Manchester. The Midland Hotel Mancheste,r constructed in 1898 and opened in 1903, retained its magnificent opulence throughout the years. The exterior masterpiece of red brick and brown terracotta accented with polished granite is a true reflection of turn of the century architecture.

In addition, a doorman pleasantly greets you as he opens the gateway to history. Today it serves as an affordable, glorious hotel still fashioned in period detail with ornate pilasters, gothic columns, and high arched ceilings. Together with the modern conveniences, it serves the leisure and business traveler.

History Intersects with Today

If you’re looking for an elegant place to get married reserve a reception or conference space. The Midland Hotel Manchester wedding and reception-conference venue is over the top. Picture a setting back in time with luxury wall draperies, exceptional fabrics, and chandeliers, with elaborate moldings and high ceilings. This multiple award-winning hotel will capture your heart.

Today, the award-winning restaurant uses seasonally sourced products, bringing you the highest quality textures and flavors. The health club equipped with cardio machines, cross training equipment, free weights, and a well needed stretch room, top it off with a court to play squash. After a game, slide into the indoor pool to swim a lap or two, then head to your Victorian-style hotel room.

Exquisite Sleeping Chambers

There are a number of room styles to choose from, each one with its own elegance and beauty. A backdrop for most of the bedding is unique to each room, some with columns, and others with lush draperies. Although the rooms have a period feel, they are a mixture of modern and contemporary with free Internet, fluffy robes in some rooms, and a trouser press. Complimentary toiletries are a nice added touch. Each room furnished with a television, remote, and satellite channels for viewing.

Visiting Yesterday and Today

The Midland is right across from St. Pete’s Square and close to Bridgewater Hall, an international concert venue. Also close-by is Lego Land, where adults become kids,  the Opera House, providing magnificent and magical shows, and the Museum of Science and Industry, telling the story of Manchester.

Bottom Line:

Visit The Midland today or tomorrow to experience the elegance of yesterday.

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16 Peter Street
Manchester, M60 2DS
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
"Fantasic access to public transport" "Excellent car parking"
Not enough parking facilities, according to 67%.
95% liked the proximity to shopping.
"Superb staff" "Fantastic breakfast service"
96% found the staff to be very friendly.
77% said the reception staff was great.
Wellness Area
"Spa services were impeccable" "Sumptuous spa"
top-notch fitness area, thought 81%.
75% loved the sauna.
"Fantastic public rooms" "Excellent hotel facilities"
77% thought the building was wonderful.
91% enjoyed the lobby entrance.
"Restaurant exceeded our expectations" "Superb afternoon teas"
75% loved the menu selection.
76% loved the dining experience.
"Excellent furnishings" "Broken hair dryer"
74% said the beds were comfortable.
75% thought rooms were spacious.
"Excellent buffet style breakfast" "Buffet breakfast did not include"
70% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Everything perfectly clean" "Spa clean"
Only 59% said rooms were clean enough.
64% thought the cleanliness of the hotel was average.
Value for money
"Better value at budget hotel" "Complimentary Wi-Fi"
70% said the breakfast was too expensive.
100% thought it was a great value.
"Room Wifi is not working" "Internet didn't work"
75% said the wifi quality was bad.
100% thought it was a great value.

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Nice building
Friendly service
Professional service
Comfortable beds
Expert Reviews
Richly steeped in history and elegant finery, this grand old dame stands clearly as one of the...
The Edwardian splendor of the hotel's public rooms manages to shine through a contemporary makeover, evoking the days when this was the city's main railway station hotel.
Time Out
It's had its fair share of high-profile visitors over the decades (Winston Churchill, Princess Anne) and goes down in history as the place where Charles Stewart Rolls and Frederick Henry Royce met.