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Shopping Breaks Manchester Airport


Manchester city centre offers endless choice of shops, boutiques and quirky stores – from the High Street stores on King Street to the labyrinth of quirky shops along Piccadilly Gardens.

If you’re a shopaholic, Manchester is your mecca. From shiny new shopping centres to vintage boutiques, Manchester city has it all. Clayton Hotel Manchester Airport is conveniently located at Manchester Airport making it your ideal base for travelling into the city for shopping. Clayton Hotel Manchester Airport is your ideal choice of hotel near the biggest shopping centres in Manchester.

The Trafford Centre is just a short drive away from Clayton Hotel Manchester Airport. This well-established, out of town shopping mall is a must see while visiting the Manchester Area. It offers over 200 shops, 60 restaurants and cafes under one roof– there is something for everyone. Shops include H&M, Hollister, Mango, Lacoste, John Lewis, Hugo Boss, Next, DKNY and many more.
Manchester city centre is fantastic for shopping, it is also home to Manchester Arndale which is the UK’s largest inner-city shopping centre. The Arndale Centre takes up one side of Market Street, Manchester’s main shopping road, which leads from Piccadilly Gardens down to Cross Street and St Anne’s Square. This large shopping centre has more than 230 shops with numerous restaurants, and cafes. It contains practically every big high street store you could ever hope to find under one roof.

If it is designer shops you’re looking for you’ll be in heaven in the city of Manchester. You’ll come across the heavyweight designer shops of King Street such as Vivienne Westwood and Jigsaw. Whilst on Cathedral Street meanwhile, you’ll find the cluster of Selfridges, Harvey Nichols and a dozen smaller boutiques such as Burberry and Michael Kors

Alternatively head down any of the streets along the Northern edge of Piccadilly where you’ll find the labyrinth of quirky shops, bars, independent galleries and eateries that makes up the city’s bohemian district.


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