Premier Inn Manchester - City Centre (Portland Street)

The Circus, 112-114 Portland Street, Manchester, M1 4WB, United Kingdom

2 Reviews

Premier Inn Manchester City Centre - Portland Street
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners


Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good


Value Score No Data

Show Prices

Good For Solo
  • Families84
  • Couples84
  • Solo88
  • Business74
  • oriettaIT's Profile Photo

    Great budget hotel if you book ahead


    We booked this hotel a few month ahead to attend the Christmas market VT meeting. They offered a killer deal through their website at the time, three night costed us 128£,
    It is a bit far from the city center but still walking distance, We arrived with a late flight and had no problem reaching it with the train from Manchester airport to Oxford Road train station.
    The staff is very welcoming and they gave us good advice on transportation options etc.
    They offer a breakfast deal for full English breakfast for 8.25£ a person. We tried once and, even if it was a all you can eat service so you could really stock up, the food was not very tasty, kind of blah... There are cheaper and better option in the area if you want to eat an English breakfast, or even cheaper cafe for a quick one.

    Unique Quality: Rooms are small but comfortable with a good size bathroom with plenty of towels, free toiletry and a hairdryer. There is a electric kettle available and tea and coffee. There was a 24" flat tv in the room
    There are buses a few meter away.
    we had to leave really early in the morning the last day and the taxi fare to the airport was 15£ so not too bad.

  • spidermiss's Profile Photo

    Got a great rate!


    My friend and I spent a night at the Premier Inn in Manchester City Centre (May 2012). I managed to secure a great premier flexible rate at 68.00 gbp per room per night (usually the premier flexible rate around 109 gbp per room per night at this hotel!) considering it's located in the city centre and our stay fell on the weekend of Manchester City's crucial football match at home.

    We could have got the room cheaper with a premier saver rate but we decided to pay more for the room incase of cancellation.

    Unique Quality: The hotel is situated on Portland Street (at the junction of Oxford Street). It was only five minutes away from the Palace Theatre where we saw the new 'Phantom of the Opera' production on the Saturday evening and only a 10-15 minutes walk from Manchester Piccadilly Station.

    We had a lovely room with comfortable beds and even a choice of pillows! We had an ensuite bathroom and tea and coffee making facilities (wished we were supplied with more tea and coffee supplies though).

    We couldn't fault the hotel and I probably had one of the best good night's ever in a hotel! I look forward to staying in another Premier Inn in the not too distant future.

    There is also an onsite bar and restaurant. Breakfast isn't included - we didn't purchase breakfast because of the extortionate prices and bought our own provisions instead!

    Directions: Portland Street, at the junction of Oxford Street and not far from The Palace Theatre and Oxford Road Railway Station.

More about Premier Inn Manchester - City Centre (Portland Street)

Shop until you drop

by jetwind

Trafford centre

Located near to the Manchester united football ground and with excellent motorway links the Trafford centre is the perfectly located if your in the northwest and fancy a day of shopping.

The mall is based on a Roman theme with marble columns and glass domes, which creates and alight and airy shopping environment. The mall is open from to 10pm monday thru friday.
There are 280 shops and 38 restaurants to dine in with more planned on the way. There is Selfridges, Debahams and other UK high street retailers. When it comes to dining then the orient is the place to go. Conveniently located on the centre of the mall is a food court and in the design of a deck of a ship with a large screen TV showing all that¡¦s going on at the mall. The court has all the usual fats food eateries. Surrounding the food court there are a number of restaurants such as Exchange bar and grill (Great burgers) or Cathay Dim Sum and Nando¡¦s for Portuguese cuisine.
When it comes to entertainment then you can always relax with a bucket of popcorn and a movie or why not visit the Namco centre for either 10 pin bowling or shooting American pool. If you fancy shooting someone then why not visit the Laser quest.

Why not spend a full day and night and stay over, there are a number of hotels in walking distance from the mall,

1.Tulip Inn- adjacent the main entrance close to the bus station for the Trafford centre will take 8 minutes to walk too.
2.Premier travel Inn (Manchester Trafford Centre North) 0.4 miles from the main entrance to the trafford centre
3.Premier Travel Inn (Manchester Trafford Centre South) 0.1 My recomendation as its just around the cornewre from the oreint entrance where all the resturants are located and is actually situated in the main grounds where othe two options requires the crossing of a major road. The hotel is also close one of my favorite restuarnt chains ¡§Frankie and bennies¡¨.

Manchester Visitor Information Centre

by Ben-UK

Visit or contact the Manchester Visitor Information Centre for more information about the city or help with accommodation or 'what's on', etc :-

45-50 Piccadilly Plaza
Portland Street
M1 4AJ

Tel: +44 (0)871 222 8223


Consulate General of...

by caprice4u2

Consulate General of Switzerland
6th floor, Portland Tower, Portland Street, Manchester, M1 3LD
Phone: (0161) 236 2933 Fax: (0161) 236 4689

Forum Posts

Craps anywhere?

by Gillybob

Fellow VTers

This may well be my home turf but I was wondering if anyone knows if any of the casinos have a craps table?

Well, any casino other than Grosvenor where the meanies will not allow me to play because my brother manages their Reading casino!

Re: Craps anywhere?

by Balam

There are loads of casino's in and around Manchester as well as the Grosvenor ones, some of them must Don't know if they all have them but it must be worth Giving them a ring.Here are a few

Hard Rock Casino,27 Withy Grove, Manchester Tel: 0161 838 5300

Stanley Strand Casino,40-44 Princess Street, Manchester Tel: 0161 236 3034

The Circus Casino,110 Portland Street, Manchester Tel: 0161 228 0077

Stanley Albion Casino,Cromwell Road,Castle Irwell Salford Tel: 0161 792 3794

Gala Casino,59 Wellington Street, Stockport Tel: 0161 480 3037

Hope it helps a bit


"All U can eat" during the day

by stiepelarne


where is a good opportunity for a good meal during the day in downtown manchester.
My friends prefer offers like "all U can eat".

Thanks for answer!

Re: "All U can eat" during the day

by suvanki

Hi! Last November a group of VTers ate at Buffet City, when we were in Manchester for Gillys annual Christmas Markets meet - A Chinese and Oriental buffet. It's on the edge/ just off Chinatown, near the China Gate

Open 7 Days a Week for lunch and dinner Buffets.

These were the prices Nov 2009

Mon - Thurs 11.30 - 18.00 (£5.50) and 18.00 - 22.30 (£8.90)
Fri-Sat 11.30 - 18.00 (£5.50) and 18.00 - 23.30 (£9.90)
Sunday - 11.30 - 22.30 (£6.80)
Lunch customers must leave before 18.30
Students and over 60's (10% discount (food only) with ID).
Under 2's eat free.
Under 8's and less than 132cm eat 1/2 price (food only)
Cheques NOT Accepted. There is a Nat West a few metres away with an ATM.

01612283388 fax 01612282838
111, Portland Street, Manchester, M1

Also check out mine and other VTers Manchester pages for more restaurant tips

Re: "All U can eat" during the day

by Durfun

Good suggestion by earlier poster.

Many Chinese restaurants have buffets, and invariably the afternoon ones are better value than the evening ones.

Lots of such restaurants to choose from, on the main drag.

Enjoy :)

Hotel In Manchester City Centre

by heriany

Can anyone tell me which good hotel to stay near Piccadilly Station and easy access to Old Trafford Stadium/Shopping centres. I will be arriving Manchester Airport and will be taking train to Piccadilly Station.

Thank you in advance!

Re: Hotel In Manchester City Centre

by johngayton

The Btitannia on Portland Street is about 5 minutes (max) walk from Piccadilly station and is very reasonably priced for a city centre hotel. Being central it's good for the shops and the tram to Old Trafford runs from close by. The only thing to be aware of is that the cheaper rooms are internal and so don't have windows.

Re: Hotel In Manchester City Centre

by johngayton

ooops typo - Britannia Hotel!

Re: Hotel In Manchester City Centre

by Britannia2

I have stayed at the Picadilly Gardens which is close to the Britannia. Their cheaper rooms look out over roof tops at the back but it was a nice hotel.

Re: Hotel In Manchester City Centre

by Gillybob

I, too, would recommend Piccadilly Gardens Hotel. Very reasonably priced for a city centre hotel, great location with easy access to the metro tram system for getting out to Old Trafford.

Re: Hotel In Manchester City Centre

by Tracyden

The Portland Thistle is close to the station and Mal Maison is just opposite. There's also a holiday Inn on Prtland street just a little further down than the thistle. Depending on your budget there is the Macdonald hotel just next door to the station. You will be spoilt for choice in this area.

Re: Hotel In Manchester City Centre

by suvanki

I'd recommend either the Britannia or Piccadilly Gardens - I've stayed at both-they are usually reasonably priced -(I suggest booking through or and about a 5 minutes easy walk from Piccadilly train station.

I stayed at the Britannia last week and paid £44 for a single room - The Britannia is quite historic and has some lovely features such as the staircase, and the bar.

The Arndale shopping centre is within easy walking distance from these hotels.

The Manchester Visitor Information Centre, is on the same street as The Britannia
Piccadilly Plaza Portland Street Manchester M1 4BT +44 (0)871 222 8223 for bus/tram and train time tables and information on how to reach the different shopping centres.
The Trafford Centre and Old Trafford are out of the main city centre.

Re: Hotel In Manchester City Centre

by icarlaaa

You may actually choose from a number of hotels in the city centre. I found a very helpful website regarding this. Feel free to check it out.


Popular Hotels in Manchester

Radisson Edwardian Manchester

Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

"Free Trade Hall" Peter St, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Show Prices

Lowry Hotel Manchester

Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

50 Dearmans Place, Chapel Wharf, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Show Prices

Midland Manchester

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

16 Peter St, Manchester, Greater Manchester

Show Prices


2 Canal Street, Manchester

Show Prices

View all Manchester hotels

View all Manchester hotels

Latest Manchester hotel reviews

City Inn Manchester
1937 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 14, 2014
Etap Hotel Manchester Salford Quays
643 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Best Western Princess On Portland
535 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel
992 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 18, 2014
Blue Rainbow Apartments
570 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 12, 2014
The Rembrandt Hotel
62 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Hilton Manchester Deansgate Hotel
1815 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 18, 2014
Hotel International Manchester
135 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jan 22, 2014
Ibis Hotel Manchester
487 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 18, 2014
Travelodge Manchester Sportcity
305 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 12, 2014
Lowry Hotel Manchester
930 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 17, 2014
755 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 17, 2014
Travelodge Manchester Central
685 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Radisson SAS Hotel Manchester Airport
2213 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 18, 2014

 Premier Inn Manchester - City Centre (Portland Street)

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Travel Inn Manchester
Premier Inn Portland Street
Premier Inn Manchester City Centre (portland Street) Hotel Manchester

Address: The Circus, 112-114 Portland Street, Manchester, M1 4WB, United Kingdom