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Hotels With a Pool in Manchester – The COMPLETE Guide

by Helen
girl on her back, floating in a pool with her eyes closed.

There are some incredible hotels with a pool in Manchester. From stunning rooftop pools to relaxing jacuzzis, there is nothing better than going for a dip after a busy day. Read on for the complete guide to all the hotels with a pool in Manchester City Centre.

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King Street Townhouse

Address: 10 Booth Street, M2 4AW
Website: King Street Townhouse

King Street Townhouse absolutely comes top of my list of hotels with a pool in Manchester.

Somewhat confusingly, King Street Townhouse is actually located on Booth Street so make sure you check the address to avoid any confusion! No matter though, as once you arrive at this luxurious hotel, all your worries will melt away.

This beautiful Italian Renaissance style building was designed by a local architect and built in 1872 for the Manchester Salford Trustees Bank. Now converted into beautiful, contemporary city centre accommodation, King Street Townhouse has just 40 bedrooms and suites, a sophisticated tavern, a drinks terrace, a cinema in the cellar and…. wait for it…..

….a rooftop infinity pool.

Yes, that’s right. You can lounge in the sizeable jacuzzi style infinity pool and gaze out over the Manchester skyline towards the Town Hall. Watch the sun go down with a drink in hand, or keep warm as you watch the rain sheet over the city below. When you eventually bring yourself to leave the pool, make your way next-door, draped in your complimentary fluffy white robe and slippers, and sit watching the city go by from a lounger instead.

I recently stayed at the King Street Townhouse and loved the hotel’s quirkiness and Mad Men-esque vibe. Effortlessly cool and chic, this is the place to go if you want to treat yourself to a little haven of calm within the city.

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The Midland Hotel

Address: 16 Peter Street
Website: The Midland Hotel

The Midland Hotel has to be one of the most striking buildings in the city.

If you want grand, traditional luxury then call off the search. You have just found your perfect hotel.

A hotel from the very beginning, The Midland opened in 1903 as a place for rail passengers to stay when visiting from London. The Grade II-listed 4-star hotel was built to impress, and it maintains that ability to this day.

With 412 decadent rooms, this imposing hotel boasts a magnificent ballroom and a restaurant that is named as one of the top 15 in the UK.

For the ultimate in relaxation, you’ll want to pay a visit to the Rena Spa – The Midland Hotel’s award-winning spa. Every bit as indulgent as it sounds, the spa experience includes sleep chambers, steam rooms, a relaxation pool and massage.

Just take me there now!

Magnificently rich and lavish, staying at the Midland Hotel is the ultimate treat.

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The Edwardian

Address: Free Trade Hall, Peter Street, M2 5GP
Website: The Edwardian Manchester

The Edwardian Manchester is part of the Raddison Collection Hotel group.

Construction of this hugely impressive piece of architecture was completed in 1856 on the site of the 1819 Peterloo Massacre. Originally starting life as Manchester’s Free Trade Hall, it also served time as a concert hall, before the Grade II-listed building became known as the Edwardian Hotel in 2004.

Although historic on the outside, the 263 bedroom hotel is the picture of modern luxury on the inside.

With a lively, award-winning restaurant on site, guests can also enjoy The Library – the place to go for creative cocktails, afternoon tea and a Parisian inspired menu, all within a sleek contemporary setting.

The Spa and Gym are hidden away beneath the building in the vaults. With a 12 metre swimming pool, it’s a good opportunity to get those lengths in before a well deserved relax in the steam room and sauna.

For contemporary style in a historical setting, look no further than The Edwardian Manchester.

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Park Inn by Radisson Manchester City Centre

Address: 4 Cheetham Hill Road, M4 4EW
Website: Park Inn by Radisson Manchester City Centre

Another one on the list by the Radisson group, but this time the hotel is the picture of modern chic, both inside and out.

From its sleek and shiny black exterior, the Park Inn is located just on the outskirts of the city centre but still within easy walking distance of all the main attractions.

There are no surprises here and I don’t mean that in a bad way. This hotel is everything you would expect from a brand new, purpose built city centre hotel managed by a major hotel chain. Sparklingly clean and refreshingly trendy, this vibrant hotel boasts 252 rooms and suites, a gym and a pool.

If you like to keep it crisp and modern, this is the city retreat for you.

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Hilton Manchester Deansgate

Address: 303 Deansgate, M3 4LQ
Website: Hilton Manchester Deansgate

Contained within the infamous Manchester landmark that is the 47 storey Beetham Tower, you’ll be able to catch sight of this hotel in the distance long before you arrive there.

A hotel within a skyscraper can only mean one thing: incredible views.

As well as an excellent location, the Hilton Manchester Deansgate boasts the highest bar in the city (grab yourself a Manchester inspired cocktail) and an award-winning restaurant, as well as a fitness suite complete with indoor swimming pool (yes, you can see the views from there too), gym, sauna and steam room.

For classic hotel luxury in an iconic setting, book yourself a room at the Hilton Manchester Deansgate.

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Britannia Sachas Hotel

Address: Back Tib Street, M4 1SH
Website: Britannia Sachas Hotel

Britannia Sachas Hotel is located in the heart of the Northern Quarter.

I’ve checked the reviews for this hotel and I’d probably suggest you do the same. Recent reviews at the time of writing are pretty disappointing.

Usually, I wouldn’t include a hotel with such poor reviews in a hotel round-up, but I’ve called this article the complete guide to hotels with a pool in Manchester so for that reason, I don’t feel like I can leave it out.

Yes, it does have an indoor pool and there is also a gym, two bars and restaurant on site.

If you’re looking for more affordable hotels with a pool in Manchester then it’s possibly one to consider, but I’d make sure you’re happy with the reviews before you book.

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Serviced Apartments

If you really want to feel at home during your visit to Manchester (albeit a very luxurious home!), you can rent an apartment for the duration of your stay. These serviced apartments are a great option if you want the independence of having your own place, but with the decadence and convenience of a hotel. A match made in heaven.

Check out these options – the first has a swimming pool whilst the second has a hot tub.

CitySuites Aparthotel

Address: 16 Chapel Street, M3 7NH
Website: CitySuites ApartHotel

Luxury ApartHotel in the centre of Manchester, CitySuites has an 18m indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, gym, 24-hour reception and concierge.

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Red Bā Skyline Central

Address: 49 Goulden St, M4 5EN

Apartments with city views, gym, sauna and hot tub (no actual swimming pool).

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Well, that just about completes my round up of hotels with a pool in Manchester City Centre.

Which hotel will you choose? Let me know in the comments!

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