Take a luxury Christmas Markets Break with Macdonald Manchester Hotel


Planning a visit to Manchester’s magical Christmas Markets? Make the most of it with a luxury break at Macdonald Manchester Hotel, the biggest four-star hotel in the city.

Manchester’s Christmas Markets really are a sight to behold, transforming the city centre into a winter wonderland. With 300 wooden chalets selling everything from continental cheeses to Christmas trees, hot bratwursts to crepes, scarves, hats and handmade chocolates, they’re a great place to soak up the festive atmosphere and pick up some quirky festive gifts.

The main hub of the action is Albert Square where an entire Alpine Village is constructed under the watchful eye of the Town Hall’s giant illuminated Father Christmas.

When you’ve done all your shopping, return to Macdonald Manchester Hotel & Spa and enjoy a delicious glass of spiced mulled wine and a plate of mince pies (if you have any room!).

And don’t forget to book a visit to the spa where you can relax after all that shopping with everything from pedicures for tired toes to hot stone massages.

Wake up the following day feeling refreshed and tuck into a delicious full English breakfast.

The price? Just £69.99 per person which includes:

  • Overnight accommodation in a Classic room
  • Full English breakfast
  • A glass of mulled wine per person
  • Mince pies to share
  • Add festive afternoon tea from £18.95 per person
  • Book direct online and receive a £10 credit to spend at the hotel

Book here.


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