Hand painted Easter eggs

The days are longer, the flowers are blooming, and spring has finally sprung. Easter holidays means one thing to parents, bored kids! This year over the Easter Break from school, why not take your clan for a family-fun trip to Manchester. We’ve put together a list of the highlights so you don’t miss anything Easter Funfair Celebrate all things Easter at the

Manchester  sculpture of Bee

Manchester has a long and varied history, most of which is rooted in industry and the industrial revolution. We wouldn’t be the thriving cultural hub that we are today without acknowledging our past, nurturing our fantastic culture and planning for the future. Here are some of the best cultural experiences you could have in Manchester

Manchester Museum Mancheste...

Christmas in Manchester is a special place all year round but during the Christmas season, there is something extra special in the air. The streets light up with thousands of twinkling fairy lights, the shoppers are busy trying to find that ideal gift for their loved one and the street are filled with Christmas carols. If you want to experience the sights and sounds of Christmas in Manchester, take a look at our handy guide below:

Christmas Market 
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PREMIER SUITES Manchester better than Airbnb

Have you ever used Airbnb? It is a great idea when travelling on a budget and a good way to experience a destination just like a local. It does however have some major drawbacks when compared to traditional accommodations such as the humble serviced apartment. Here are our reasons why we would always choose a serviced apartment over an Airbnb: Safety and Security Your safety and security are paramount at all times when you stay in PREMIER SUITES all around the world. When a prop...

French Bulldog on a rug PREMIER SUITES Manchester

When travelling for business or leisure, some trips can be longer than others. While you’re gone, you need to make sure everything at home is taken care of. You could arrange for a neighbour to water your plants and take in your post but what about your furry friend? If you are travelling for more than 28 days, you no longer have to leave them behind.


You could ask a neighbour to feed your pet while you’re away. An extended time away from this could lea...