FROM a penthouse suite with its own gym, to quirky rooms with their own record players, there are some truly luxurious hotel rooms in Greater Manchester.

Even if you aren’t planning a luxury break, this is your chance to take a peek inside some of the most luxurious rooms in the region to see why it has such a high star rating.

With the help of Booking.com, we have tracked found five of the most expensive and luxurious hotels in Greater Manchester- which one would you choose to stay in?

Stock Exchange Hotel, Manchester
Rating: Five stars
Price: (For two adults based on if you were to stay this weekend): £194-230

This Is Lancashire: Stock Exchange Hotel (Photo: Booking.com)Stock Exchange Hotel (Photo: Booking.com)

This hotel is regarded as one of the most luxurious hotels in Greater Manchester- and the grandeur starts from the building’s exterior, described as a “stunning example of Baroque architecture”.

Guests have a choice of fourty rooms to stay in including suites and rooms- but the signature suites are where the true luxury lies.

The Nineteen ‘O’ Six Suite is a contemporary space with two king sized beds and bespoke furnishings- it even has its own kitchenette and large seating area.

This Is Lancashire: A suite in the hotel (Photo: Booking.com)A suite in the hotel (Photo: Booking.com)

Another suite to consider staying in during your luxury getaway is the boardroom suite.

This was formerly used as the boardroom of the Manchester Stock Exchange and it has a number of meticulously restored original features, such as an ornamental fireplace and stained glass windows.

Guests can even go out onto their private balcony or take a soak in their free standing bath.

If you’ve always dreamed of a penthouse stay then make sure to stay in The House.

This residence has its own roof terrace, boasting excellent views of Manchester.

It has an open plan design with two separate lounges, a bar and a dining room- it even had a fitness room complete with a treadmill and weights to ensure you get sufficient exercise.

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Last Drop Village Hotel & Spa, Bolton
Rating: Four stars
Price: From £96 per room

This Is Lancashire: The pool in the hotel (Photo: Booking.com)The pool in the hotel (Photo: Booking.com)

This historic hotel is regarded as one of the most luxurious in Bolton- and the building itself dates back to the 17th Century.

A unique aspect of the hotel is the on-site spa which includes a sauna, a steam room, a gym and even a swimming pool.

They have a range of bedrooms to choose from here- but if you want a truly high-end stay, then opt for a suite.

This Is Lancashire: A suite in the hotel (Photo: Booking.com)A suite in the hotel (Photo: Booking.com)

These large rooms have comfort in mind, with a “lovely and large” sofa for guest to sink into.

Guests who opt for a suite get to enjoy countryside views and use the fluffy bathrobes and slippers included in the price.

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Oddfellows On The Park, Cheadle
Rating: Five Stars
Price: (For two adults based on if you were to stay this weekend) £134-£209

This Is Lancashire: Oddfellows On The Park (Photo: Booking.com)Oddfellows On The Park (Photo: Booking.com)

If you are a cycling enthusiast, then you will love this boutique hotel- they offer out vintage bicycles to guests, so they can cycle around the nearby parks and picturesque areas during their stay.

The building itself dates back to the 1800s and was once a collection of Victorian houses.

Now, the hotel has 22 “gorgeous” bedrooms for guests to enjoy.

Every room has a view of the stunning Bruntwood Park with plush beds you can sink into and modern bathrooms.

This Is Lancashire: Tower Suite (Photo: Booking.com)Tower Suite (Photo: Booking.com)

Tower Suite is situated in the hall’s tower over two levels. It has its own sitting room, king size bed and it even has its own seating area.

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The Edwardian Manchester, Peter Street in Manchester
Rating: Five stars
Price:
From £103.20 per night

This hotel won ‘Leading Hotel of the Year 2019’ and it oozes luxury.

The hotel features a star-of-the-art gym, as well as meeting spaces for up to 500 people.

This Is Lancashire: Penthouse suite in the EdwardianPenthouse suite in the Edwardian

When it comes to selecting a room, you are spoilt for choice as there are 263 to stay at. All rooms have comfortable Vispring mattresses, luxury bedding and floor-to-ceiling windows.

Other high-end suites in the hotel come with a view and separate areas for both sleeping and entertaining friends and family.

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Kimpton Clock Tower, Oxford Street in Manchester
Rating: Five stars
Price(For two adults based on if you were to stay this weekend): £105-£348

This Is Lancashire: Kimpton Clocktower (Photo: Booking.com)Kimpton Clocktower (Photo: Booking.com)

This hotel has it all when it comes to luxury stays.

The rooms are described as “modern and stylish” and the building itself is Grade II listed, with a history that dates back to 1890.

The rooms have been immaculately designed and it’s clear to see that the attention to detail in the finishes and furnishings.

This Is Lancashire: Heritage Junior Suite (Photo: Booking.com)Heritage Junior Suite (Photo: Booking.com)

The hotel has four suites for guest to stay in, each with their own unique aesthetic, king sized beds  and stylistic touches.

One quirky aspect of the suites is a record player and vinyl collection which comes with each of the suites.

The Heritage Junior suite and the signature suite have four poster beds- perfect if you want to feel like royalty for a night.

Find out more on Booking.com.