Manchester City Centre

Looking for safe, secure Manchester city centre student accommodation? Studying in Manchester and want high-quality, low-cost student housing? Sanctuary Students can help!

We offer competitively priced student accommodation in Manchester city centre. We are not affiliated with any college or university, so wherever you’re studying, you can find a home with us. 

By joining our student community in Manchester, you’ll be surrounded by a friendly, welcoming team,plus a fun-filled events calendar to help you settle in. All accommodation is in well-maintained buildings with secure entrances, social spaces and a wide range of standard and large ensuite rooms. All student accommodation is fully furnished and ready to move into as well!

If that wasn’t enough, all rents are fully inclusive. That includes heating, lighting, water, Wi-Fi, security, maintenance, cleaning of social spaces and contents insurance. One less thing to worry about while you’re here!

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A double bed in a well lit room with a large window
Denmark Road
12 Denmark Road, Manchester, M15 6GQ
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£212
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Grafton Street
Grafton Street
Nick Everton House, 78 Grafton Street, Manchester, M13 9LR
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£192
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About Manchester City Centre

Manchester is a large, vibrant city with a distinct character and the potential to offer an unrivalled student experience.

With a bustling city centre, lively nightlife and sports scene, plenty of public transport options, schools, colleges, universities, galleries, museums and more, there are all the ingredients here for an amazing time as a student.

Manchester has been settled since before Roman times, so it has evolved over time into a sprawling, diverse and culturally interesting city.

Recent investment has meant much of the city has undergone renovation and renewal. There’s still a lot of history here, but there’s also a lot that’s new, like The Printworks and the Corn Exchange, for example.

Despite its size, the modern city is friendly and caters to every conceivable taste, interest or lifestyle.

Liverpool has one of the best nightlife scenes in the country. Bars, pubs, bistros, clubs and more are all across the city, many within walking distance of our Liverpool city centre student accommodation. As the birthplace of The Beatles, Liverpool is naturally home to a host of buzzing music venues.

With four universities and several colleges, plus lots of culture, arts, music and more, you’ve chosen an amazing place to study!

Transport in Manchester

Manchester is a transport hub of the north of England, so has plenty of transport links locally and nationally. All make it easy to get to your Manchester city centre student accommodation.

 

Manchester airport is the third busiest in the country and handles flights to most popular destinations. It’s linked to the city centre by road and rail.

Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria railway stations serve most of the city’s rail links. They handle local and national lines across the north and the country as a whole.

The Metrolink tram has eight lines and 99 stations across the city centre and makes getting around easy. There are tram and bus lines close to our two buildings, so it’s very easy to travel anywhere!

Buses are also plentiful. In fact, Manchester has more buses than anywhere outside London, and some even run 24/7. Fares are reasonable and buses cover most areas of the city.

The city is close to many major roads, such as the M60, M602, M67, A6, A56, A57 and local routes throughout Greater Manchester.

Student life in Manchester

Manchester is an amazing place to be a student. With your Manchester city centre student accommodation being in the heart of the action, nothing is ever too far away.

Manchester has a thriving nightlife and cultural scene with some excellent bars and clubs, plenty of pubs, cafes, bistros, restaurants, live music, comedy and more.

Whatever your taste, whatever you like to do for fun, there will be something here for you.

Some of the many city highlights include Old Trafford, John Rylands Library, Manchester Cathedral, Manchester Arena, Manchester Art Gallery, Museum of Science and Industry, Old Trafford, Chinatown, Whitworth Art Gallery, People’s History Museum, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester Museum, Chill Factore, Heaton Park, The Hidden Gem, HOME, Canal Street area and Mamucium.

Universities

Given its size, Manchester has lots of colleges and universities.

Your Manchester city centre student accommodation is minutes from the University of Manchester and a short tram or bus ride from Manchester Metropolitan University, BPP University, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester School of Architecture, Manchester Business School, Futureworks Manchester School of Media, Chetham's School of Music, Manchester International College, Abbey College Manchester, The Manchester College, Taitec Manchester and Manchester Academic Health Science Centre.

That doesn’t include nearby universities such as the University of Salford or University of Bolton, which are a short bus or train ride from your Manchester city centre student accommodation.