Accommodation

Accomodation

Manchester Central is situated in the heart of the City Centre and is spoilt for accommodation choices for our conference in September 2019. We have secured favourable rates at the venue’s closest hotel spots and these can be booked when you register for the conference via our registration system.

Crowne Plaza

The Crowne Plaza is in the university district of Manchester, close to the Manchester Business School and the Central Manchester University Hospitals and is just a short 11 minutes taxi journey to Manchester Central (Conference Centre).
The hotel offers a 24 hour fitness centre on-site as well as two restaurants and a variety of meeting spaces.

Jurys Inn Hotel

The Jurys Inn hotel in Manchester is perfectly situated in the heart of this thriving city. With both Deansgate and Manchester Oxford Road stations less than a ten minute walk and Manchester Central (Conference Centre) around the corner. The hotel has 265 spacious rooms perfectly designed for a restful and comfort filled stay, all furnished with a large soft bed, a well-lit desk, TV with Freeview and an en-suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries.
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Marriott Manchester Victoria and Albert Hotel

The pleasant Manchester Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel has been operating in Manchester since 1844, this hotel features Roman architecture and modern comforts. Only 0.5 miles from both Manchester Central (Conference Centre) and the Manchester Arndale shopping centre it is in a perfect location for navigating your time in Manchester.

The Holiday Inn

Comfortable bedrooms have flat-screen TVs and blackout curtains to help you sleep. Start the day in style with our inclusive “Express Start” Breakfast buffet, pop out to numerous local restaurants in the evening and unwind afterwards with a cocktail from the bar.
Manchester Airport (MAN) is approx. 10 miles away from the hotel making for a quick and easy arrival while 15 minute walk or 8 minute taxi journey to Manchester Central (Conference Centre).

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A key focus of the congress will be to involve young investigators and the next generation of leaders from clinical and non-clinical disciplines. We believe that capacity building and encouraging new investigators will helps us drive this area forward over the next few years. We also have an exciting patient programme in the congress to help us better understand fully the unmet needs and plan and prioritise future research.