Getting here


Manchester is well connected whether you're getting here by plane, train or by road.

By air

Around 100 airlines fly into Manchester Airport from over 200 destinations around the world - visit Manchester Airport's website to find out more about flights to Manchester.

From the airport trains to the city centre run every 15 minutes into Piccadilly train station; the average journey time is 20 minutes. Alternatively you can jump into a taxi to the city centre which costs less than 20.

By train

Most major cities in the UK have direct train services into Manchester. Virgin Trains now run a fleet of high speed trains which sees journey times between Manchester and London of just over two hours. For information on tickets and timetables visit National Rail Enquires.

Chancellor's Hotel & Conference Center

Chancellors Hotel is conveniently located for all local amenities and is only 3 miles from the newly refurbished Piccadilly Train Station and approximately 5 miles from Manchester International Airport.

From the airport

The easiest way to get to the Conference Center from the airport is by taxi. It is appoximately 5 miles (about 20 minutes) and should cost less than 20.

From the city center

The easiest way would again be to take a taxi. The cost should be around 10.

Alternatively, you could take a bus numbered 41, 42 or 43 from Piccadilly Gardens Bus Station to Owens Park on Wilmslow Road. Walk forward to the junction with Moseley Road, turn left. At the next set of traffic lights turn left into Chancellors Way and Chancellors is on your left, opposite the Armitage Sports Centre.


Chancellors Hotel and Conference Centre
Chancellors Way
Moseley Road
M14 6NN

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