Spent a few days in Burton upon Trent recently for a private visit. I chose to book the Three Queens Hotel because of its location near the city center. The hotel is a very old building with a lot of British charm, maybe friends of modern hotel buildings feel unhappy here. The facilities of the two rooms I booked fit perfectly to the old-fashioned building. The cleanliness is not great, especially in the bathrooms (shower heads), one shouldn't be too sensitive in this point. The staff is mostly friendly, sometimes disinterested, overall ok. The breakfast was excellent. Biggest downside was the construction site in front of the house, which unfortunately also attended over the weekend for an infernal noise and caused an extremely short sleep. Overall, this hotel is fancy and recommended despite some weaknesses.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tracing our roots, this 16th Century Hotel hides a venue for personal service, modern meeting facilities, Bar and Restaurant. We have 62 rooms in total within the Hotel and Lodge. These rooms range from our well-equipped standard singles through executive air-conditioned doubles and Four-Posters to luxury suites and newly refurbished Lodge. Facilities include an in-room entertainment system, 24 hour room service, car park and free WiFi in Public areas. Ideal for trips to The National Brewery Centre, Donington Park, Alton Towers, the Derbyshire Peak District or even the National Memorial Arboretum. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- 3 Queens Hotel
- Hotel Three Queens
- The Three Queens Hotel And Lodge Burton Upon Trent, Staffordshire