Manchester Shopping

Posted 5.4.24

1. Manchester Arndale

One of the largest shopping centres in the UK, Manchester Arndale is just a short walk from the hotel. It hosts a wide variety of high street brands, fashion stores, electronics, and dining options.

2. Corn Exchange

Right next to the Cathedral, the Corn Exchange is a beautiful historic building that’s home to a variety of restaurants and shops, offering a mix of high-end and high-street brands.

3. King Street

Once the main banking street in Manchester, King Street has evolved into a high-end shopping destination with luxury brands, designer boutiques, and jewellers.

4. The Northern Quarter: 

A bit further away, but still within walking distance, the Northern Quarter is renowned for its indie spirit. You’ll find independent shops, vintage stores, and unique boutiques here.

5. Exchange Square

An extension of the Cathedral Quarter, Exchange Square is home to various high street shops and department stores, including a large Selfridges.

6. Market Street

One of the main shopping streets in Manchester, Market Street has an array of popular high-street stores and is often bustling with shoppers.

7. New Cathedral Street

Linking Exchange Square and Victoria Street, this pedestrianised street is lined with high-end brands and flagship stores.

8. Barton Arcade

A Victorian shopping arcade with a beautiful glass and iron roof. Inside, you’ll find independent boutiques and eateries.

9. The Royal Exchange

While it’s mainly known for its theatre, the Royal Exchange building also houses several boutique shops and cafes.

10. Deansgate

A major road through Manchester, Deansgate offers a range of shopping options, from high-street brands to high-end boutiques. The hotel and its surroundings are rich with history, and many of the shopping areas seamlessly blend modernity with historic architecture, giving shoppers a unique experience.


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