Hotels in Stoke
Stoke may not be one of the most famous cities in the world, compared to, say, London or New York, but it certainly has its fair share of world-class attractions. Fortunately for travelling lovers on holiday, this extends to the city’s many attractive and luxurious accommodations, which offer everything that a savvy traveller can expect, ably complementing the unique charm of the city.
Here are some of the recommended hotels to stay in while vacationing in Stoke:
- Best Western Manor House Hotel
Chain: Best Western
Where is it: Audley Road, Alsager
Number of rooms: 57
Services offered: bar and restaurant, front-desk with 24-hour service, non-smoking rooms, newspapers, heating, and accommodations for disabled clientele, bridal suite, room service, shoe shine, money exchange
Extras: You can have wireless Internet access in the hotel for free as well as free public parking
Best Western Manor House maintains a relaxed and warm atmosphere. The hotel is actually an imaginative conversion of a 17th century farmhouse situated on the outskirts of Alsager, located on Cheshire and the border of Staffordshire. Best Western Manor House is known for the Ostler Restaurant, which is a hit among the locals and tourists alike. For those who go for relaxed, informal dining, the Stables Bar is an ideal venue. The hotel is also a great place to hold special occasions such as weddings, business meetings and conferences.
- Express by Holiday Inn
Chain: Express by Holiday Inn, Somerston Hotels
Where is it: Stanley Matthews Way, Trentham Lakes
Number of rooms: 123
Services offered: dry cleaning, facilities for meetings and banquets, non-smoking rooms, accommodations for disabled clientele, bar, safety deposit box, heating, front desk with 24-hour service
Extras: wireless Internet access (with charges) as well as free public parking
For those who intend take a tour of The Potteries and other nearby tourist spots such as Waterworld, Alton Towers and Drayton Manor, this hotel is the best place to stay in. It is conveniently located near Trentham Awakes, which features attractions such as the UK’s biggest indoor and outdoor garden centre, a retail village and the Monkey Forest.
The hotel is known for its excellent service, offering value for the money as well as its modern interiors and reliable staff.
- The Ramada Newcastle-Under-Lyne
Where is it: Clayton Road, Clayton, Newcastle-Under-Lyme
Number of rooms: 50
Services offered: dry cleaning, room service, room breakfast, packed lunches, bridal suite, banquet facilities, non-smoking rooms, express-check in
Extras: Wireless Internet Hotspot in common areas, with a rate of GBP2.00 per hour, free private parking
This Ramada hotel is great for couples who prefer peace and tranquility since the property is erected on its own grounds. It is a great hotel for holding various occasions like weddings and corporate events or simply for eating out. The banquet rooms can hold up to 250 guests. There are also a couple of restaurants on the premises as well as a majestic ballroom.
This hotel is also known for its surrounding areas, which possess rich history and culture.
- The Manor
Where is it: 1 Watt Place, Cheadle, Stoke-on-Trent
Number of rooms: 13
Services offered: bridal suite, laundry and dry cleaning, packed lunches, photocopying, non-smoking rooms, bar and restaurant, newspapers
Extras: golf course near the hotel, free wireless Internet access and free public parking
The Manor is a beautiful house that is more than 200 years old, built with a walled garden that is splendidly landscaped. The hotel is known for its top-quality service, particularly since the owners manage the place personally. It offers a relaxed, informal atmosphere that is perfect for guests who just want to unwind.
- Best Western Stoke On Trent Moat House
Where is it: 66 Trinity Street, Hanley
Services offered: fitness centre, sauna, Jacuzzi, Turkish bath, safety deposit box, solarium, bar and restaurant
Extras: Wireless Internet access with a charge of GBP4.50 per hour as well as free private parking
The hotel is built on An ideal location in the centre of the city which is just a stone’s throw away from a host of tourist attractions such as the Potteries Shopping Centre. Bars and restaurants are also a short distance away.
Best Western Stoke is perfect for romantic dining, especially with the cosy and intimate Chatterleys restaurant available for them. They can also go to Café Grand Bistro or Bennets bar, which both boast of excellent, world-class standards. For special occasions, the hotel provides conference rooms and banquet facilities which can hold up to 300 guests.