The Neighbourhood

Sitting perfectly between the traditional commercial district surrounding St. Peter’s Square and fashionable business hub, Spinningfields, the best Manchester has to offer is right on our doorstep.

Hungry?

Then you’re in the right place.
TRINITY is surrounded by some of Manchester’s newest and best restaurants and bars. Try 20 Stories, El Gato Negro and Hawksmoor for some upmarket entertaining. Katsouris Greek Deli is a favourite for lunch, or perhaps a gigantic fried chicken, waffle and maple syrup pizza from Crazy Pedros?
With over 100 eateries within 10 minutes walking distance, there is always somewhere new to try.

In need of a caffeine fix?

Whether it’s a flat white or a caramel macchiato you’re after, you’ll find high-street favourites and independent coffee shops nestled amongst each other in the local area.
Head to the REWARDS page to see what offers there are to take advantage of.

Keep fit!

There are three excellent gyms nearby – Pure Gym on Spinningfields, Lifestyle Fitness at the Great Northern and Bannatynes Health Club on Quay Street. However, if you don’t go for traditional gym culture, why not check out one of the nearby yoga studios, bootcamps or sign up for Lululemon’s free after-work running club (every Tuesday!)? We regularly post updates on our social media channels, so make sure you give us a follow.

Culture

The name TRINITY comes from one of our closest neighbours – St. Mary’s Church on Mulberry Street. This hidden gem is a must-visit if you have a bit of spare time.
While we’re talking about culture – it has to be said that there are some serious standout places nearby. You can’t miss Manchester Town Hall and the Library just around the corner. Walk a little farther to find the Manchester Art Gallery with regularly-changing exhibitions and a quirky little café. This is a great place to get away while on your lunch hour if you need a break from the office.
Head towards Spinningfields to take in the John Rylands Library, a stunning late-Victorian Neo-gothic building. It’s home to some very special literary collections and offers free tours you can book in to every week.

Need to pop to the shops?

Head down the road to Deansgate where you’ll find the iconic Kendalls department store, now managed by House of Fraser, and you’ll be able to pick up almost anything you need. Their in-house café, Cicchetti’s, is a great place for breakfast meetings, too (one of our faves!).
With premium retail destinations like Cathedral Walk, Market Street, St. Anns Square and King Street nearby, all your shopping dreams are answered.