CitySuites' Serviced Apartments near Manchester Piccadilly Station are within a modern purpose-built building designed with guests in mind. Make your journey as easy as possible and stay at CitySuites, the apartments which make guests feel 'at home' while travelling for business or holidays.
According to the Guardian, our aparthotels in Manchester Piccadilly have the feel of an urban residence with stylish, low-key interiors.
You can choose between a Studio, One Bedroom or Two Bedroom apartments. Each room has King-sized beds as standard, including a lounge area. The Definitive Collection Suites have views across the Irwell to Manchester Cathedral and part of Manchester’s Central Retail District.
A luxury Aparthotel within walking distance of Manchester Piccadilly Train Station, CitySuites offers excellent links to all major cities in the UK and the world. Hop on a tram and admire Manchester's stunning architecture before taking a short stroll down from The Exchange Square Tram Stop to CitySuites.
You'll be perfectly placed to enjoy all that the city has to offer when staying at CitySuites. Discover Manchester in style, with plenty of space, unquestionable comfort and thoughtful luxury touches. Upgrade your stay by booking a full English breakfast at the CitySuites Executive Lounge.
GOOD TO KNOW
From Piccadilly, you can get to CitySuites by taxi, bus, tram or by walking. A taxi will cost £7 - £9 from the train station to CitySuites Apartments, Manchester.
There are 3 free Manchester Metroshuttle bus services that run from outside Piccadilly Station through to Manchester city centre; Portland Street (Chinatown), Peter Street (Manchester Central), Deansgate (Spinningfields), Deansgate, Victoria Station, Northern Quarter, Oxford Road and Printworks - just a few minutes' walk from CitySuites. The Metroshuttle service is in operation from 7 am - 7 pm every day and runs every 10 minutes.
If you're travelling light and you'd rather arrive by foot - as many do - the journey from Piccadilly to CitySuites is just over 20-minutes. Being on foot gives you the added advantage of not having to travel around the city centre to get to your destination and you can walk through the pedestrianised central retail district. The journey is straightforward with the majority of the journey being along Market Street, a busy run-through street that falls through the centre of Manchester.