INNSiDE Manchester review | The Sun

Swish and modern with a relaxing, casual vibe, INNSiDE is in the up-and-coming First Street area and close to all the action.

Read on to find out more about how swanky the rooms are and what the food is like.

Where is INNSiDE Manchester?

The hotel is a short walk south of Manchester city centre and just over the road from the site of the legendary Hacienda club.

Bars, restaurants and HOME arts centre are right on the doorstep.

Train is the easiest way to get there and you're just over an 8-minute walk from Oxford Road station.

What is INNSiDE Manchester like?

INNSiDE Manchester is sleek and modern with a colourful bar and kitchen, decorated in bright blues and coppers.

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When you're not out exploring, make use of the 24-hour fitness centre as well as the spa which has a Finnish sauna, steam room and vast treatment menu.

What is there to do atat INNSiDE Manchester?

You're in the centre of it all and everything from great shopping, and unrivalled night life to galleries, theatres and museums is at your fingertips.

Footie fans will love the National Football Museum or you can also take a swift tram ride over to Media City for the Coronation Street studio tour.

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What is there to eat and drink at INNSiDE Manchester?

We’re talking a Gino D’Acampo-inspired restaurant in the hotel so save the Domino’s until you get home.

The First Street Bar & Kitchen is one of many top-notch Manchester restaurants that prove a certain Man City Wag clearly hasn’t tried them.

It’s big on pasta with plenty of other choices including swordfish, steak and sea bass.

The linguine with king prawns and spicy mushroom (£18) was spot on, as was the seafood tagliatelle (£20.50).

It’s a roomy open-plan restaurant that also offers a resident DJ.

What are the rooms like at INNSiDE Manchester?

They are clean, simple and modern – decorated in cool greys and creams with accents of purple.

Ours had a comfy king-size bed with plenty of space and floor-to-ceiling windows offering impressive city skyline views.

How much is INNSiDE Manchester?

Rooms start at £89 a night. Click here to book.

Is INNSiDE Manchester family-friendly?

There are sofa beds in some of the rooms that sleep children up to the age of 12.

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Is there access for guests with disabilities?

Yes, there are 10 accessible rooms.

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