Stayed here for just the one night on the 22nd of November.
It was booked via my work place for long service awards.
Arriving along the impressive drive the hotel comes into view and what an amazing looking place.
I arrived an hour early so my room wasn't ready, no problem, went for a look around the grounds and the rest of the hotel.
This is truly a majestic place, the interior was beautiful, made even better by the Christmas trees in almost every part of the hotel.
So to the staff, very friendly and efficeint, check-in was effortless, even asked if we wanted our luggage taken to the room.
I had no idea what room my work had booked but it was in the new part of the hotel,
Room was spotless and very modern although I was looking forward to one of the older rooms.
It was like a Premier Inn room but maybe slighty better but I couldn't fault it.Spotlessly clean.
Room was very cold and this was echoed by my work collegues on the their arrival, maybe the heating could be put on low just to take the edge off the cold, soon warmed up though.
Although our drinks were paid for duriing our stay, they were of good quality, San Miguel was the beer and Courvoisier was the brandy, Never had a bad drink all night. I think the price of the beer was £4.10 a pint. Glad they were free :-)
The food was very good although on the small size but that was OK as it was three courses, the Chicken I had with Pancetta was the best I've ever tasted
Service of the food and drink was also excellent.
We had breakfast booked for us aswell and I have to say it was the best full English I've ever had.
It was self service and the quality of everything on offer was perfect, no queuing and everything was hot and fresh.. Well done.
Never really thought of staying here before but it will be my first choice for special occasions and will highly recommned this hotel
The only downer was that the Sunderland Football Team were staying here and they are an ugly looking bunch ( only joking) Anyway they lost 2:0 to the mighty Stoke :-)
I shall also look at other Q Hotels when booking instead of the usual Premiers and TravelLodge
as paying that little extra is so much worth it..
Well Done everybody at Crewe Hall.. Keep up the good work
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A superb 17th century hotel located in Crewe in Cheshire. This Grade I listed building has been attracting refined guests since the 17th century, including our current monarch Queen Elizabeth II. This hotel is a fine mix of historic Jacobean and sharp 21st century architecture. The magnificent history oozes throughout the hotel from exquisite marble fireplaces to stained glass windows. Yet the contemporary edge of Crewe Hall can be found throughout the hotel from the revolving bar in the brasserie to the state-of-the-art leisure club. The hotel has 117 spacious, comfortable bedrooms, some are located in the historic old building but majority can be found in the new contemporary wing. Just minutes from the M6 motorway, Crewe Hall is only 24 miles from Chester’s sights and shops and close to Liverpool and Manchester.Crewe Hall is home to a modern conference and events centre. It is very impressive with both it's facilities and service that we offer you. Modern facilities, free Wi-Fi, extensive grounds and a meetings package that gives you total piece of mind, whether you’re brainstorming with the team or delivering an important message, Crewe Hall makes meetings easy. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Crewe Hall Hotel Crewe
- Hall Hotel Crewe
- Crewe Hall England