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- Overnight stay for two at Velvet Hotel & Bar
- Includes breakfast, a bottle of Prosecco and late check-out
- Individually styled rooms with luxury, unique décor
- Located on Canal St in The Village - Manchester’s most vibrant district, just a short walk from Piccadilly Railway Station
- Rated 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor
Treat someone special to an overnight stay at the Velvet Hotel with today’s fantastic deal. You’ll stay in one of their stylish rooms, each one individually decorated with a different theme for a unique stay. Pop open a bottle of Prosecco on arrival then look forward to a hearty breakfast in the morning; and with late check-out included, you can have a lie in too – perfect!
One of the top-rated hotels in Manchester on TripAdvisor, the Velvet Hotel has everything you could want from a city-centre stay. Located on Canal Street in the heart of The Village, you’ll be right in amongst the vibrant culture and surrounded by fantastic bars and restaurants. You’re also only a short walk from Piccadilly Station for transport links and no more than 10 minutes’ walk to all the main city-centre locations like Arndale, Harvey Nichols and Deansgate.
Fantastic reviews on TripAdvisor
“Beautiful hotel five minutes’ walk from Piccadilly Station. We stayed here for the first night of our honeymoon and they had left balloons in the room which was a sweet touch. The room was beautiful, fab bath and comfortable bed, and the staff were friendly and helpful. We’ll definitely be back.
“Fab hotel with amazing staff. The hotel was quirky and we loved our room with its huge bath. Cannot fault it. Great location. We would recommend the NCP car park as recommended by the hotel as you get a 50% discount and it's two minutes away from hotel. Walking distance from shops, bars and restaurants.”
“Stayed here for my partner’s birthday. Really lovely hotel, clean rooms and great décor. Would definitely stay again next time we are in Manchester. Great location too, right in the heart of things and just a short walk from Piccadilly train station.”