About Hatters Hostel Manchester
Hatters Hostel Manchester is an award winning hostel located on Newton Street, and within a short walk from Piccadilly and Victoria Stations.
Rooms are private or shared, and the shared bathrooms are not co-ed. Linens are provided, but towels are at charge.
Parking is available for Hatters Hostel Manchester. Free Wi-Fi is in the common areas, which include a lounge and a game room. Reception is available round the clock every day. The hostel hosts several events for guests, including tours, pub crawls, and film nights. Access is through key card, with no curfews. Laundry, safes, and left luggage services are available.
A continental breakfast is provided. The kitchen includes tea/coffee, appliances, cookware, and dishware. Takeaway, grocers, and dining are nearby, and guests receive discounts at the Hold Fast Bar downstairs.
Royal Exhange Theatre is 13 minutes, Opera House is 20 minutes, and the Museum of Science and Industry is 25 minutes on foot.
Friendly staff and lots of events keep it fun.
Staff are actively involved with helping you get the most out of your time here, and in the city. They're a great source of information and insider knowledge, witty, and reliable for requests and assistance. Participating in the hostel's events, which var
Safe and convenient base for touring Manchester.
This is a central location for exploring the Northern Quarter, with plenty of shopping, markets, pubs, cafes, galleries, and museums within walking distance. Several stations are also easy to get to, so you can travel further through the city, and then re
Discounted food and drinks are a nice touch.
The downstairs bar is an additional source for socialising, grub, and entertainment. Having a discount for its services is a plus, especially for a backpacker budget, and acts as additional encouragement to get out and meet people, and absorb the local cu
Upper rooms can be tiring to get to and from.
There's only a lift for luggage at Hatters, so you still have to navigate stairs to get to and from your room and/or the loo. If you're not thrilled about having to use lots of steps, try and request lower floor accommodations.
Shared rooms are not as cosy as private ones.
Private rooms receive higher accolades than shared ones, and not just because of the obvious difference between staying with your own party versus sharing with strangers. The private rooms seem cosier, more spacious, and a better value.
Only one single gender bathroom on each floor.
Keep in mind that there is only one bathroom per floor, and that it doesn't always correspond with the gender assigned to the adjacent rooms.