Canal Street Manchester has an interesting history. It wasn’t until its recent revival starting in 1990 that it became one of Manchester’s nightlife hotspots. It’s now the largest LGBT centre outside London and home to the UK’s biggest Pride festival. There’s more to this area than late nights. Stay in one of our hotels near Canal Street Manchester and get your cultural fix at the elaborate magnificent John Rylands Library or spend some family time at Heaton Park. Either way, you’re in a prime location to take it all in.

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Book hotels near Manchester Canal Street

Book a hotel near Canal Street Manchester and start exploring the city. The area around Canal Street has a buzzing nightlife and is full of trendy bars and restaurants, so make sure you spend at least one evening here. Our Manchester Piccadilly Hotel is a ten-minute walk along the picturesque canal. For something more cultural, have a look around the John Rylands Library. It’s been voted the number one thing to do in Manchester on TripAdvisor, and with good reason. The Grade I listed building is a wonder for the eyes, and the collection has deep historical significance. The Rylands Papyri contains what is believed to be the oldest sample of the New Testament, written around 250AD. Our Manchester Central Hotel is a seven-minute walk.

Things to do near Manchester Canal Street

Spend a day outside the city and visit Heaton Park. It covers over 600 acres, making it the largest municipal park in Europe. There’s enough here to keep the whole family busy — renting pedalos on the boating lake, exploring the woodlands and creating obstacle courses on the adventure playground. From here, our Bury Hotel is only four miles away. For something special, why not treat yourself to a show at The Royal Theatre. If nothing takes your fancy, have a look inside anyway. The main stage room is made to resemble a space craft. Our Manchester Central Hotel is a five-minute walk away.