Manchester has always been one of the most exciting and innovative cities in the UK. From its heritage as an industrial powerhouse to its musical and artistic pedigree, this northern city has led the way. Sports fans shouldn’t miss the chance to visit Old Trafford or the Etihad Stadium, both a short trip from Dakota Manchester hotel.
Whether you’re shopping, sightseeing, heading out for the nightlife or here on business, our luxurious hotel in Manchester city centre is in a fantastic location. We’re just five minutes’ walk from Manchester Piccadilly station and a short drive from Manchester Airport.
How to find us
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Guests can park overnight in our secure valet parking area for £35 per car. This service should be pre-booked and is subject to availability.
Electric car charging points available on request for £45 per car, subject to availability.
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53°28’48.6″N 2°13’46.4″W (53.48015632380312, -2.229562103748322)
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Dakota Manchester is just 5 minutes on foot from Manchester Piccadilly Station.
Things to do in Manchester
Events in Manchester
Dakota Manchester is the perfect base when visiting the city for its many cultural and seasonal events. Visitors from far and wide visit for Manchester Pride, which takes place in summer before the festive Christmas markets keep crowds entertained in winter, with concerts and football matches peppered in-between.
It’s an easy walk to the Royal Exchange Theatre from Dakota Manchester and just a short drive to both Etihad and Old Trafford stadia, which host many of the city’s sporting and music events, as well as Manchester Arena.
King Street is just a 15 minutes’ walk away from Dakota Manchester for your high-end high street designer brands and you’ll find everything else you need at the Arndale Centre or along Manchester’s historic Market street.