To the delight of the north, Eurovision is coming to Liverpool! It’s going to be an epic show to excite both die-hard fans and those sitting on the fence alike. But while Liverpool may have taken the hosting duties on board for this epic event, there is nowhere better to stay during the festivities than Manchester rather than Liverpool. Why? Our top three reasons include:
- Manchester is very close by without being right in the thick of it.
- It’s going to be cheaper to get accommodation in Manchester.
- Heck, Manchester is home to more fun!
Manchester is only 30 miles away from Liverpool so the journey is an easy drive or a relaxed train, taxi or bus journey to get between the cities. Plus the city is known for being a hub of arts and culture, fantastic food and drink, quirky shops and colourful street art that will entice and excite alongside one of the biggest events in the Euro music calendar. What’s not to love?
Stay at Native Manchester?
This luxurious apart-hotel is set above the character-filled Ducie Street Warehouse, a popular Grade II listed building that is packed with charm and features while having a decidedly modern vibe. The venue is centrally located and impossibly cool, known for great food, drinks, and fun. The apart-hotel itself offers an independent apartment space for you to enjoy while offering the facilities and services of a boutique hotel including room service and cleaning. This is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a special Eurovision stay!
There are many reasons to choose Manchester for your Eurovision to stay including proximity as noted above. The city is full of art, history, culture, and many places to get out, eat, drink and enjoy. Best of all, Native is centrally located only a 2-minute stroll to Manchester Piccadilly, 5 minutes to tram stops, and easy taxi pick-up, with an underground car park for those driving. You can get everywhere fast making it the perfect location to sample Manchester delights before making the easy journey to Liverpool.
Onsite in the Ducie Street Warehouse, you’ll find a heap of interesting spaces including a gourmet restaurant serving great food and drinks to enjoy inside or overlooking the canal when the weather is fine. Plus if you time everything right, you can get along to a host of events including a famous Ducie Street Brunch. Enjoy evenings of music and special events too, when you’re not too busy with Eurovision, and hear tunes from local Manchester talent.
Usually, you could catch a movie in the relaxed Mini Cini space – a 36-seat cinema screening cult classics, RomComs, and kids’ films. But during Eurovision the space will screen the show, so you can sit back, relax and watch in-house for those sessions you don’t have tickets for.
Book Your Stay
There are so many reasons to stay at the Native Apart Hotel in Manchester for Eurovision. To help you decide, take a look at the website for more information plus the latest events, menus, and facilities.