Relaxation in the heart of Manchester


These days, the centre of Manchester is a noisy, bustling, fast-moving place. Whether it is the traffic, the trams, the crowds of people or the endless activity in the offices, bars, restaurants and growing number of apartments, the city is a vibrant place where something is always going on. All that may make it seem like the last place one might go for a relaxing break. After all, there’s some nice countryside not far away. However, that would be to reckon without the Macdonald Hotel, Manchester. Its superb spa facilities and excellent location mean you can be as relaxed and revived as you want. Indeed, the location is absolutely ideal, being situated right on the edge of the city centre.

On the one hand, it is right next to the A6 and a very short walk from Manchester Piccadilly railway station, making it very easy to get to. At the same time, it is tucked away from the crowds that are drawn into the various business, shopping and entertainment features of the district. That means it exists in an oasis of relative calm, while everything is still close at hand.  The spa and fitness facilities are simply fantastic. The spa offers luxury rooms in which all kinds of wonderful, relaxing treatments can be enjoyed, featuring the soothing Elemis product range.

The range of spa and beauty treatments ranges from a short and sweet 30 minutes of refreshment to half-day, full-day and weekend breaks that can transform the most stressed person into a completely rejuvenated, relaxed and chilled individual who will almost float out on air by the end. The facilities range from a hot rock sauna, infra-red sauna and a steam room scented with eucalyptus to a sensation shower and ice igloo. Macdonald Manchester was voted the best sleep in the city by the Manchester Evening News. After a great treat in the spa, it is no surprise that guests will find relaxing a very easy and enjoyable thing to do.

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