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After reading some of the reviews of this hotel we were a little apprehensive of what we might find, but it was only a one night stay to break up a long car journey. We stayed in room 227 which was very clean, the bathroom was spotless and seemed to have had a refurb recently, new-ish bath and good ...
North Stafford Hotel Town Centre£30North Stafford Hotel Town Centre£30
Stayed at the Holiday Inn Lichfield as we were visiting Drayton Manor Park for the day on our way down to Cheltenham, the hotel was nice and we checked in. We were told that we didn't specify our son on the booking but after looking on the confirmation email we did. The receptionist said we were ...
Holiday Inn Express Lichfield£36Holiday Inn Express Lichfield£36
Had two nights there with breakfasts included. Staff very helpful , food good, room good, only down side was parking if you returned to the hotel late you couldn’t get parked. Our second stay at this hotel. Would definitely recommend. Good value for money.
Three Queens Hotel£38Three Queens Hotel£38
hotel is good, got ironing board, etc. Staff was ok. Breakfast was crowded, families, loud kids. Overall good enough I guess. Stoke on T is horrible though, thankfully this is farther away from downtown.
Holiday Inn Express Stoke On Trent£39Holiday Inn Express Stoke On Trent£39
Was fine for our one night stay and we didn’t spend much time in the hotel other than to sleep. The room was quite large and spacious if a little dated. The room did need air con though or at least a fan as it was so hot all night even with the windows open.
Quality Hotel Stoke on Trent£26Quality Hotel Stoke on Trent£26
Used mainly by men with vans on the night we went. Food was served in large portions. We didn’t hear the vans leave in the morning. We will use again
Roman Way Hotel£34Roman Way Hotel£34
Nice breakfast, comfortable beds, excellent staff, a bit far out of Burton Centre, Dog friendly.
Holiday Inn Express Burton Upon Trent£44Holiday Inn Express Burton Upon Trent£44
An accessible room but on 3rd floor, what happens if power goes out? Very close to motorway so noisy all night as couldnt shut window as too warm. Noise greatly reduced when window was shut.
Holiday Inn Express Stafford M6, Jct. 13£38Holiday Inn Express Stafford M6, Jct. 13£38
The Cathedral Hotel was a delightful find. It is a short walk from the cathedral and town centre, and Beacon Park is across the street. We went for a Premium room at a fantastic rate and it was a delight. We would thoroughly recommend this hotel over the much more expensive town centre hotels.
The Cathedral Hotel£38The Cathedral Hotel£38
nice hotel with helpful staff in central location on a pedestrianized street. Easy to walk to from the station on a fine day
Best Western Lichfield City Centre The George Hotel£45Best Western Lichfield City Centre The George Hotel£45
The county of Staffordshire has a thriving tourist economy, so there's no shortage of good hotels in the area. Mid-range three star accommodation is commonplace. Most visitors to the area will be taking part in family activities on most, or even all of their days away, so the hotel is only really somewhere to crash at the end of a fun but tiring day. For this reason, three star hotels are the most popular choice for most visitors. After all, what's the point in paying out for luxuries that won't be used?
Three star hotels are usually great value for money as well as being clean and professionally run. They may be limited in their added ‘extras’ that come as part of the package with four and five star hotels, but they still offer great value and a visitor-focused experience that should be perfect for families or business travellers. Breakfast will usually be included in the room price, but some hotels will give you the option to opt out of breakfast if you're planning an early start.
Many well-known large hotel chains offer three star accommodation, and their complexes may also include extra facilities such as meeting rooms, cafés, bars and restaurants. Independent three star hotels may not have so many facilities close to hand, but they tend to be located closer to local restaurants and pubs, and many will offer evening meals as well as breakfast.
Although three star hotels don't provide all the bells and whistles that four and five star accommodation does, they're still extremely pleasant places to stay. You may not get your bags carried to your room or 24-hour room service, but you will get free WiFi, good service, a hearty breakfast and a comfy bed. You are also guaranteed the warm, friendly welcome that’s inherent in all Staffordshire hotels. Three star hotels in the Staffordshire area will also provide TVs, a phone and tea and coffee making facilities.
Generally, three star hotels are more likely to have their own bars, restaurants, gyms and conference roomsm and there will often be more room options. Shared bathrooms aren’t acceptable in accommodation rated as three star, so you can look forward to your own en-suite facilities.
If you're planning a holiday in the Staffordshire area and you're on a budget, most three star hotels offer family rooms that can sleep two adults and a maximum of four children. If you're on business or exploring alone, single room supplements are usually kept reasonably low.
Laundry services, parking, en suite bathrooms and many other features are common in three star accommodation, and if you need to work while you stay, rooms with desks are also commonplace.
Staffordshire itself is a fantastic holiday destination and is packed full of theme parks, museums, activity days and beautiful English countryside. It's central location makes it ideal for exploring much of the UK, including the Cotswolds to the south, the surrounding Midlands, Cheshire to the north and even North Wales.
So, whether you're travelling for business or looking for affordable accommodation for a family break, three star Staffordshire hotels are well worth looking into.