Short Stay Apartments in Manchester City Centre

If you’re looking for a short stay apartments in Manchester city centre, then look no further than Native Places.

Native Places really do offer the best of both worlds when on a city break  – all the fun and freedom of a self-serviced apartment, with the comfort and convenience of a super cool boutique hotel. What’s not to like?! 

The location

Within a mere 2 hours from London Euston, you will barely have made your way back from the buffet carriage before the train pulls up to Manchester Piccadilly – and once you’re there really is no better place to head than Native Manchester. And if you decide to make the drive, Native has its own underground car park – gold dust in the middle of a city right?! 

What we offer

For a short stay apartment in Manchester city centre, Native has everything you could need or want from a city break in the magnificent Manchester. Whether you’re looking for a night of pure entertainment, romantic cocktails at the bar, dinner with friends or even a workout in the gym, it’s got it all! Then once you’ve eaten, drank or treadmilled your way through the day, head upstairs to the stylish serviced apartments with generous kitchens and living rooms – an uber cool home from home! 

If you do manage to draw yourself away from all that Native Manchester offers, then there’s an array of things to do right on the doorstep – city centre living at its best. 

Where to go

You could walk to the last standing Grade II listed building from the former Smithfield Market on the edge of Manchester’s famous Northern Quarter. Now named Mackie Mayor Food Hall, it’s a cosmopolitan, eclectic mix of pop up food and drink stalls. A fabulous spot whether looking for brunch or evening drinks – there’s something for everyone, and all locally sourced. 

Talking of local produce, you could also wonder just a few steps from Native Places to Track Brewery. Producing its very own craft beers, beer lovers will love this local gem.  

Looking to head a little further afield, it’s easy peasy in Manchester – just jump on a tram! 

Whether you’re keen to explore the delights of suburban Didsbury, perhaps you fancy a spot of shopping at the infamous Trafford Centre or you’re craving some culture at the Imperial War Museum – it’s all just a tram stop away from Native Places Manchester.

Ducie Street Warehouse

And after a busy day exploring, Ducie Street Warehouse is the place to head. 

The Grade II listed building hosts a beautiful lounge, renowned restaurant, stylish bar, all-day deli counter, takeaway shop, cinema, outdoor terrace and even fitness classes – some people choose to never leave the building! In fact, Ducie Street in Manchester didn’t win The Sunday Times Best Hotel, North of England for no reason!

Finally, there is a BIG reason to head to a short stay apartment in Manchester city centre this May… our northern neighbour Liverpool is hosting this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. The much-loved, full-of-energy, epic event may be being hosted in Liverpool, but we’re so close by, the city of Manchester will be buzzing here too! Being just 30 miles away, we will be jumping on the Eurovision Band wagon at Native Places – so come along to join in the fun with us… and we’ll be cheaper than the hosts that’s for sure! 

Manchester is known for our fantastic food and drink, eclectic shops and colourful culture that will entice and excite alongside one of the biggest events in Britain this year. So come and see for yourself.

Whatever your reason for visiting Manchester – whether a diehard Eurovision fan, you’re here to watch a footy match, or just to simply soak up the vibes; our luxurious apart-hotel is THE venue. Centrally located and ridiculously cool, combine independent apartment living yet with room service and cleaning. Native Places is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a special stay. 


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