Whether you’re in search of a business stay over, a break in the city or somewhere to be based at to explore the North West, the perfect place to reside is the Pendulum Hotel – one of the best hotels in manchester.
Pendulum hotel is ideal for those who enjoy history, art, food, shopping, fashion, football and much more as the area around the hotel is filled with fascination and many places that offer culture. The hotel is also placed conveniently near the University of Manchester campus, Manchester Oxford Road train station and the city centre. This vibrant hotel offers colourful rooms ranging from single bed to a deluxe executive suite, all with drink-making facilities, sofas, 24 hour day room service and WiFi so you’re connected all throughout your stay.
The hotel’s restaurant, bar and coffee shop is adjoining to the many conference rooms, either for large conferences lectures and presentations for over 200 people which the Pioneer Theatre would be ideal for, or a small syndicate room for informal meetings.
The Pendulum Hotel also proposes spa days from £49 – £59, offering back, hand, foot and scalp massages, plus manicures and pedicure. Furthermore, around the festive season they have Christmas packages:
- Winter Wonderland Party Nights – a 3 course meal with a drink, room hire with a dance floor and a DJ, a private room, and overnight options, all for under £30.00 per person.
- Christmas Party Lunch – a 2 course meal with vegetarian options, £15.00 per person.
Art, music, sport, whatever you have an interest in you shouldn’t take a trip to Manchester without visiting some of its famous landmarks. One of the most visited attractions in Manchester the Manchester Town Hall in Albert Square, which is a brilliant example of Victorian construction. Furthermore, other popular inexpensive attractions are the Museum of Science and Industry where you can learn all about Manchester’s industrial heritage, The Manchester Museum, home to some of the most extraordinary Egyptian artefacts in the UK, and the beautiful gothic Manchester Cathedral on Victoria Street.
Manchester samples music venues of all sizes for all different genres of music. Manchester Apollo and the Phones4U Arena are huge indoor popular venues. The Phones4U Arena can hold 20,000 people and in recent years has been performed at by some of the biggest names in music, including the Rolling Stones and Madonna. Manchester Academy on Oxford Road holds four different venues of different sizes and is ultimately the ideal place for alternative rock and dance gigs.
For all the art lovers, maybe take a trip to Urbis at the Cathedral Gardens. Manchester is becoming more famous for its futuristic style and Urbis is a good example of this. The building itself rejoices street art, photography, urban music and city life.
More traditional art galleries in Manchester that are definitely worth the visit include the Manchester Art Gallery and the Whitworth Art Gallery, both major tourist attractions and both hold fine art collections.
The Pendulum Hotel itself was named after Léon Foucault’s masterpiece, The Foucault Pendulum, which simply demonstrates the rotation of the Earth, and a copy of it swings in the main hallway of the hotel.