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The Sunday Times has announced its top 100 hotels in the UK along with its national winner.

The list includes hotels from across the country and ranges from city breaks to countryside escapes.

Find out which hotels in North West were ranked as among the best in the UK. 

Kimpton Clocktower Hotel

This hotel is iconic in Manchester, situated next to the Palace Theatre on Oxford Road.

The 4-star hotel has a 4/5 rating out of 1835 reviews on TripAdvisor and prices start at £111 a night.

The hotel has a restaurant and bar The Refuge attached to it and has events hosted there regularly.

You can book your stay via TripAdvisor.

Stock Exchange Hotel

Owned by Manchester United Players Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville, with Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge and Maltese hotelier Winston Zahra, its no surprise this hotel made the list.

The 5-star hotel cost a whopping £22 million to be built and has the expensive feel of a high-end gentlemen’s club.

Rooms start at £198 a night and has 5/5 reviews on TripAdvisor.

You can book your stay via TripAdvisor.

Northcote, Lancashire

Northcote in Langho, on the edge of the Ribble Valley, has a Michelin star restaurant and 26 luxurious rooms.

The menu serves traditional meals with a modern twist, all created using local produce.

Rooms can be booked for £140 per night and TripAdvisor reviewers rank the hotel at 4.5/5.

You can book your stay via Tripadvisor here.

Cartford Inn, Lancashire

The Cartford Inn comes with its own deli, farm shop and greenhouses meaning only the freshest ingredients are served at the on-site restaurant.

The rooms are cosy and have idyllic views over the River Wyre.

You can book your stay via TripAdvisor here.

Moor Hall, Lancashire

Moor Hall comes with a two Michelin-star rating and is voted Travellers’ Choice Best of the Best on Tripadvisor.

Located in Ormskirk, Lancashire, the hotel is a renovated grade II listed 16th-century manor house and has won many awards since opening in 2017.

You can book your stay via Tripadvisor here.

The Baltic Hotel

This hotel oozes cool and culture, situated in the heart of the hip Baltic Triangle in Liverpool.

Rooms feature a turntable and retro speaker for a fridge, and guests don’t have to walk far to find the buzzing city centre.

Rooms are around £100 per night and this hotel has 5/5 rating on TripAdvisor.

You can book your stay via the Tripadvisor website.

Hope Street Hotel

This modern building is placed in the historic centre of Liverpool with two iconic cathedrals on either side and plenty of restaurants and bars to visit.

With a booking, guests will receive 24-hour gym access, and office and room service.

Prices start at £129 per night so this contemporary hotel will not disappoint.

You can book your stay via the Tripadvisor website.

See the full list of the Times' Best Places to stay via their website.