Visitors staying in Manchester to pay ‘tourist tax’ from next April
Tourists to Manchester city centre will have to pay a new ‘tax’ from April next year to fund a business improvement district group.
The new Manchester Accommodation Business Improvement District (ABID) will ‘improve the visitor experience’ to the city centre and ‘support the growth of the visitor economy’ for the next five years. The new charge will cost guests only £1 per night.
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