From £96 per night
Set in the very heart of the city, Native Manchester is found in Ducie Street Warehouse, just 100 yards from Manchester Piccadilly Train Station and was a winner of The Sunday Times “Best Place to Stay in the North” aware in 2019. Originally one of four iconic warehouses – and the only one still standing – this historic building was originally designed to store cotton bales from the US before they were shipped to London. Today the building has been transformed into an icon for Manchester, whilst staying true to its original past. There are 166 apartments within the aparthotel, with 7 types to choose from, starting from large studios to spacious two bedroom duplex penthouse apartments. While the premium options offer extra room and special perks, every apartment is surprisingly spacious and showcases impressive architectural features. Each apartment comes with its own fully equipped kitchen, lounge space and king-size beds and many have loft-style ceilings with exposed beams. Native Manchester is great for groups who want to book apartments that connect via a private outer hallway or interconnecting apartments that are adjoined by a two-way door in the living room. Some of the bedrooms even have zip and link beds to create a twin room. As an added benefit, on the ground floor is the independently run CULTUREPLEX, Manchester’s newest hangout and a community centre for a modern city. It’s a space for whatever you need: meeting people, watching films, taking classes, working, drinking, dining, anything.