The best hotels near Manchester Airport

Best hotels near Manchester Airport – Clayton Hotel Manchester Airport

Take the stress out of travel before a flight by staying at a hotel near Manchester Airport. Hotel chains dominate the airport site itself, but if you choose wisely, you could start your vacation early and enjoy a swim or beauty treatment before take off. Alternatively, there are charming boutique hideaways in the leafy suburbs nearby, a mansion nestled in a park, and Manchester hotels with excellent dining options, as well as family-friendly and budget-friendly choices. Here is our selection of the best hotels near Manchester Airport that are accessible on foot, by shuttle or by inexpensive taxi. When asking about taxi fares, it is worth confirming whether the price includes an airport transfer fee.

Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester airport

You can walk to the airport via a covered walkway, the Skylink, from this luxury hotel. It is also connected to the airport station by trains, Metrolink trams and bus connections. Begin your vacation here with a complimentary glass of sparkling wine or Bloody Mary at breakfast and take advantage of the hotel’s recreational facilities, which include an indoor pool, sauna, steam room, gym and beauty salon. You can also enjoy the view of the runway from its executive lounge and some rooms from floors 7 to 9.

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£ 130

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Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester Airport - hotel near Manchester Airport

Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester Airport – hotel near Manchester Airport

Oddfellows on the park, Cheadle

Wake up surrounded by 100 acres of green parkland with a stay at Oddfellows On The Park in Cheadle. If planes don’t fly overhead regularly (triple glazing keeps them from disturbing you), you may forget you’re just a 15-minute drive from the airport – take a taxi between £ 17 and £ 22. The 22-room boutique hotel in the Victorian mansion Bruntwood Hall still retains some lovely original features, from the large banister and tiled floor in the reception to the restored stucco ceiling in its Galloping Major restaurant. If the sun is shining, enjoy a pre-festive cocktail on its terrace while observing life in the public park.

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£ 146

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Oddfellows on the park

Oddfellows on the park

Manchester Airport Clayton Hotel

It may be one of the closest hotels to Manchester Airport – you can walk to the terminal from the Clayton Hotel – but there’s also a free 24-hour shuttle bus service to save you the hassle of lugging your bags. Families are well catered for here, with family rooms containing two double beds (or one king and two singles in the Executive Family rooms), a children’s area with toys in the bar area, children’s menus and an offer where one child eats free at the Grill Restaurant from 5-6:30 pm with each paying adult. There is also a small gym if you want to stretch before your flight.

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£ 120

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Clayton Hotel Manchester Airport

Clayton Hotel Manchester Airport

Manchester Marriott Airport

There is plenty to keep you entertained at this sprawling 215-room hotel less than two miles from Manchester Airport. Spend some time in its leisure center, working out in its large gym or taking a dip in its 20-meter indoor pool before relaxing in the hot tub, steam room, sauna and plunge pool. If it sounds like a lot of effort before the holidays, there are also two independently run restaurants that attract locals and hotel guests: a chic Italian, the San Carlo Fiorentina, and a French restaurant, the Brasserie Blanc. A 16-seater shuttle bus connects the hotel and the airport from 3:00 to 23:00. Outside these hours, taxis cost around £ 12.

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£ 224

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Manchester Marriott Airport - hotel near Manchester Airport

Manchester Marriott Airport – hotel near Manchester Airport

Premier Inn Manchester Airport Runger Lane North

A reliable budget option less than two miles from the airport, the Premier Inn Manchester Airport Runger Lane North is clean and modern. Request a room facing the airport on the fifth or sixth floor for a view of the runways. Family rooms can accommodate a double bed plus a single sofa bed, a pull-out bed and a cot. (If you prefer two doubles, try the Premier Inn Runger Lane South across the street). A shuttle bus connects the hotel to the airport every half hour from 4am to 10am (£ 4.50 per adult and £ 2 per child), while taxis cost around £ 11.

Double rooms from £ 53 room only, premierinn.com

Premier Inn Manchester Airport Runger Lane North - hotel near Manchester Airport

Premier Inn Manchester Airport Runger Lane North – hotel near Manchester Airport

Doubletree by Hilton Manchester Airport

On the airport site, this recently renovated DoubleTree hotel is a modern and comfortable option with a small gym. You’ll receive a warm brownie upon check-in, so choose from stone-baked pizza and classics like burgers at its Mason’s restaurant or sip on local Manchester gin or craft beer at its bar. The bedrooms are decorated in muted grays with flecks of yellow on the furniture and royal blue honeycomb bed headboards, a nod to the Manchester bee. There is a good choice of accommodations for families, including those that sleep up to six.

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£ 149

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Hilton Manchester Airport - hotel near Manchester Airport

Hilton Manchester Airport – hotel near Manchester Airport

Eleven Didsbury Park Hotel, Manchester

Immerse yourself in the Victorian walled garden of this small boutique hotel in south Manchester to unwind before or after your flight. A world away from hotel chains, all the decor at Eleven Didsbury Park was handpicked by owner Sally O’Loughlin, from the framed artwork on the walls to the tasteful ornaments on the shelves. The cozy and superior rooms have freestanding bathrooms, while the Luxe Terrace Junior Suite has two: one is outside on a private canopied terrace. The hotel is less than six miles, or approximately 15 minutes drive (approx £ 14 by taxi), from the airport with Metrolink train and tram connections nearby.

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£ 150

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Eleven Didsbury Park Hotel - closest hotel to Manchester Airport

Eleven Didsbury Park Hotel – closest hotel to Manchester Airport

Didsbury House Hotel, Manchester

Give yourself some time at this boutique hotel before or after a trip. In the exclusive suburb of Didsbury, south of Manchester, all but entry level rooms have roll-top soaking tubs to soak in, there is a terrace or cozy lounge for a drink and can be arranged spa or beauty treatments. All rooms are individually decorated, but expect wallpaper, tactile fabrics, feature lighting, and cast-iron radiators. It is about a 15 minute drive from the airport – about £ 14 in a taxi. The hotel is also less than 10 minutes’ walk from East Didsbury Rail Station, with links to the airport.

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£ 143

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Didsbury House Hotel - hotel near Manchester Airport

Didsbury House Hotel – hotel near Manchester Airport

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