The Best Hotels in Wigan


The best 5 star hotels in Wigan

Swan & Railway Hotel Wigan

Situated in Wigan, the 5-star Swan & Railway Hotel Wigan offers a shared lounge, a garden, and a terrace along with a bar for guest entertainment. The non-smoking hotel provides free WiFi and luggage storage space. All rooms are equipped with bed linen, towels, and private bathrooms stocked with complimentary toiletries. Some rooms boast of a patio and city views. The hotel is in a favourable location for guests who enjoy cycling.

Guests praise the hotel for its close proximity to the railway station, and the excellent staff service. The rooms have been described as small but very comfortable, clean, and well-equipped. Some issues were reported with door noises and the absence of breakfast, but the central location, cleanliness, comfortable beds, and the railway theme decor were highly commended. Despite minor inconveniences, the Swan & Railway Hotel Wigan remains a popular choice for guests thanks to its handy location, comfortable accommodations, and exceptional staff service.

The best 4 star hotels in Wigan

Miller & Carter Aughton by Innkeeper's Collection

Located just 15 miles from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, the Miller & Carter Aughton by Innkeeper's Collection offers convenient lodging with free parking. Guests can reach Liverpool city centre in a 20-minute drive, and Aintree Racecourse is a mere 10 minutes away by car. The hotel's restaurant presents a selection of steaks, burgers, fish and vegetarian dishes, accompanied by a variety of beers, wines and cocktails. Each spacious, modern room boasts a Hypnos bed with mattress topper, large digital TV, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee facilities, and a modern powerful shower in the en-suite bathroom.

Reviewers praised the hotel for its large, comfortable rooms, exceptional shower, and the vegetarian breakfast option. Guests also appreciated the cleanliness of the rooms, and the friendly staff. However, some issues were reported with windows that could not be closed, and subsequent traffic noise. In spite of this, the hotel restaurant was commended for the quality of its meals, with the staff receiving a special mention for their pleasant service. The main critique concerned the quality of the food at the restaurant, with a few reviewers noting that their meals were cold or not up to standard. Overall, guests enjoyed the quiet, convenient location, and comfortable rooms, though some found the room temperature to be uncomfortably high.

The best 3 star hotels in Wigan

Red Hall Hotel

Holiday Inn Express - Wigan

Village Hotel Liverpool

The Red Hall Hotel is a charming accommodation option situated conveniently just off the M66, and comes with free Wi-Fi, free parking and its own restaurant that's open daily. The hotel prides itself on its excellent service in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, and is also within a comfortable 30-minute drive from Manchester International Airport. Guests have commended the hotel for its spacious rooms, equipped with LCD TVs with satellite channels and free Wi-Fi. Most reviewers appreciated the friendly and helpful staff, clean and comfortable rooms, and quality food. Although some found the bathrooms to be slightly outdated, and the breakfast a little overpriced, the overall experience at the hotel was largely positive, with special mention of its convenient location.

The Holiday Inn Express - Wigan is a comfortable, convenient accommodation located at Martland Park. It offers free WiFi, complimentary on-site parking and a 24-hour front desk. The hotel boasts 86 bedrooms, all featuring a flat-screen TV, and tea/coffee making facilities. Guests enjoy the inclusive Express Start breakfast buffet each morning, as well as the on-site bar and restaurant. It's also easily accessible from the M6 motorway and is within walking distance from the DW Stadium.

Reviews for the Holiday Inn Express - Wigan are mostly positive, with guests praising the friendly and helpful staff, clean and spacious rooms, and ample parking. Proximity to local attractions such as the DW Stadium and Haigh Woodland Park is highly appreciated. Some guests suggested the addition of a small fridge in the rooms and improvements to the key card system, while others reported minor cleanliness issues. Overall, guests find it suitable for short stays and commend its excellent facilities for people with disabilities.

The Village Hotel Liverpool is conveniently located just 365 m from the M57/M62 motorways. This modern hotel offers free WiFi, ample parking, and has a leisure club with a swimming pool. It features a restaurant, pub, and a café, and is just 13 km from Liverpool. Guests can also use the on-site Village Gym and dine at the stylish all-day dining Village Pub and Grill. Local attractions like Knowsley Safari Park, Knowsley Hall, Aintree and Haydock Race Courses are easily accessible.

Guests laud the Village Hotel Liverpool for its friendly and helpful staff and its clean, comfortable rooms. Some guests felt like it was more like a family-run hotel due to the welcoming nature of the staff. Some issues were reported, including broken hot tub facilities and a bit of noise from the road. A few guests felt the restaurant food was overpriced and not of the highest quality. Despite some minor issues, many guests would return for the comfortable rooms and the exceptional staff.

The best budget hotels in Wigan

Fifteens of Swinley

Featuring boutique-style decor, Fifteens of Swinley is an inn located in Wigan. The inn offers free Wi-Fi and free parking to its guests. Each room is equipped with a TV with satellite channels and an electric kettle. The rooms also have private bathrooms equipped with a shower, a hairdryer, and complimentary toiletries. Guests will enjoy the traditional pub within the property that offers a selection of cask ales. The inn is conveniently located 1 mile from the DW Stadium, home of Wigan Athletic, and Manchester Airport is just a 30-minute drive away.

Guests appreciated the helpful staff, comfortable beds, and the overall cleanliness of the inn. The location of the inn received positive reviews for its convenience. Some guests pointed out that the property was a bit old and run down but still suitable for a short stay. There were some complaints about loud toilets and the lack of hot water in the showers. The absence of a parking area was also noted, but the convenience of nearby parking was acknowledged. Despite a few drawbacks, guests enjoyed their stay at Fifteens of Swinley and complimented the value for money it offered.

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