Hotels in Northern England
Crossed from east to west by the Roman Hadrian's Wall, the North of England was the powerhouse of Britain's Industrial Revolution. Former factories have become award-winning attractions and the region is peppered with cutting-edge art and architecture, such as Antony Gormley's Angel of the North sculpture near Newcastle. This city has a vibrant waterfront, great for the arts and nightlife, and fantastic shopping at the 'MetroCentre'.
Manchester is a lively, cosmopolitan city with a growing cultural scene. Deansgate Locks, with its canal-side bars and restaurants, has fast become the place to be seen. While York, with its Jorvik Viking Centre and the imposing York Minster, offers plenty to explore. Some of the North of England's leading antique furniture, jewellery and silver specialists are also found here.
Hilton Manchester Deansgate
This modern landmark city centre hotel is close to the metro link and 25 minutes from Manchester International Airport. Hold an inspirational event for up to 600 people in one of our 12 event rooms at the Hilton Manchester Deansgate hotel or sip cocktails and take in the view from Cloud 23.
Hotels in England & Wales
Wales has some of Britain's most spectacular coastal and mountain landscapes, not to forget its many castles. The capital, Cardiff, has one right in its centre, a symbol of Welsh heritage and its 2,000 year history.
Hotels in Leeds
For a spectacular getaway in a city that's renowned for its culture and heritage, visit Leeds - a hub of excitement and scenic splendour.
Hotels in Manchester
Manchester is sure to thrill anyone who pays a visit. Known as a centre for arts, music, sports and culture, the city of Manchester is a hub for all types of pastimes - from sightseeing to music-going.