Residential Estates welcomes you to explore our range of short-term lets in Manchester. With a range of one- and two-bedroom high quality, fully furnished apartments, our short-term lets team can help you find the property best suited to your needs.
In Spring 2019, Residential Estates looks forward to welcoming several new apartments to its portfolio, expanding our number of short-term lets in Manchester. Located in the exceedingly popular Northern Quarter, these modern and spacious apartments will offer guests premium lodgings for leisure or business stays in the heart of this illustrious city.
Located in the highly desirable area between Victoria Station, the Northern Quarter and the Manchester Arena, Halo offers contemporary and stylish apartments in the heart of Manchester’s vibrant city centre designed for living. Fully furnished and fitted with all the luxurious amenities needed for a comfortable stay, these apartments are perfect for a short city break.
Fitted to a high specification, the lavish open plan living, dining and kitchen areas offer a sumptuous space to relax after a day of exploring the city centre. Smart and sophisticated, all the living areas have been finished to a very high standard. The apartments combine the luxury of a hotel stay with the comfort and flexibility of home, ensuring guests have the best of both worlds throughout their stay. Each living area boasts an abundance natural daylight, ensuring you can unwind in upmost comfort and style.
If you are looking for longer term stays such as 2, 4, 6 or 8 weeks then please contact us directly for rates on 01244 343 355 option 2See More Details
Whether you’re looking for history, culture or nightlife, Manchester has it all. With a proud history of politics, science, art and sport, there is no shortage of things to do in this bustling city.
If vintage shops, independent eateries and impressive street art is what you are after, take time to visit the vibrant streets of the Northern Quarter. This area comes to life at night, so make sure you allocate time to explore some of the city’s hippest bars.
Football is coded in to Manchester’s DNA, so any fan will want to take a trip to the National Football Museum followed by a tram ride to the Old Trafford stadium. Equally, art lovers can spend hours wandering round the award-winning Whitworth and Lowry galleries, which regularly showcase world-renowned work from the likes of Cornelia Parker and Andy Warhol.
Known as the Gateway to the North, Manchester is the perfect hub for visiting more of the North. The city is surrounded by beautiful countryside, including the Lake District, the Peak District and Wales. A variety of transport links also gives visitors the chance to see the nearby cosmopolitan cities of Chester, Liverpool, Leeds and York.