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Welcome to The Mitre Hotel

Address: 1-3 Cathedral Gates, Manchester, M3 1SW

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Built at the foot of Manchester Cathedral in 1815, the Mitre is one of the oldest hotels in Manchester city centre. It has a restaurant and a stylish bar with Sky Sports and pool room, and provides free Wi-Fi in public areas. Each room features a TV and free tea and coffee, with most also boasting lovely views of Manchester Cathedral, the Corn Exchange, Selfridges and Sinclairs Oyster Bar. Rooms are available both with a private bathroom and with shared bathroom facilities. With its grand exterior, The Mitre Hotel has retained its period charm, but now boasts modern interior design in the bar and guest areas. The front desk is open 24/7. Placed next to Victoria Rail Station, the Manchester Evening News Arena is 5 minutes’ walk away. The hotel is in the centre of Manchester’s vibrant night life, across the square from the Printworks, with the Arndale Shopping Centre just a 4-minutes walk away. The hotel is ideally placed near Shudehill tram station, making journeys to both Old Trafford and The Etihad Stadium a formality for football fans.

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Manchester Centre - Town Centre

Manchester Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.39 miles (0.63 km)
Manchester is everything youve ever heard about and more. Its a city steeped in history, a canvas for world-class architects, a cultural playground for the young and the young at heart, a culinary paradise, a sporting Mecca, a shopping utopiayou name it, Manchester has it in style. Manchester is also a place where you can sit back, relax and watch the world go by. A visit to Manchester can mean chilling out in one of the cafs and bars, or visiting the citys museums and galleries. By night theres live music and theatre, or world class cuisine in sumptuous restaurants, or witness the bright neon lights in the restaurants of the citys Chinatown or Rusholmes Curry Mile.

Museum of Science and Industry - Manchester - Museum

Museum of Science and Industry - Manchester - Museum

Distance 0.64 miles (1.02 km)
Based in one of the world's oldest railway stations, Liverpool Road Station, Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry contains 15 galleries which not only educate and inform, but also amaze and entertain. Permanent exhibitions include the Air & Space Gallery, which is packed with planes and flying history memorabilia; Out of This World, a space gallery with interactive computer displays and simulations; the Making of Manchester, an exhibition about the city and it's industrial heritage; Underground Manchester, a walk through Manchester's Victorian Sewer system, complete with sounds and smells; Xperiment, a hands-on science centre with amazing special effects; the Gas & Electricity Galleries, which show these two powerful utilities changed people's lives; the Power Hall, which includes various large engines, steam engines among them; as well as many other exhibits.

City College Manchester - University

City College Manchester - University

Distance 0.67 miles (1.07 km)
City College Manchester was merged with MANCAT in August 2008. The College is based in Manchester. The College operates out of three main campuses which are situated in City Campus, Crumpsall and Northenden. Currently there are over 25,000 students of all ages enrolled in higher education, adult learning programs, professional studies, international courses, vocational studies and business programs. The foundation degree programs are offered in Retail Management, Media Make-Up, Popular Music and Production, New Media Design, and Event Management among others.