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The 4-star Crewe Hall, Cheshire is housed in a spectacular Grade 1 listed building set in the Cheshire countryside. Historical elements of the rooms have been maintained and complimented by modern furnishing as well as free wi-fi, flatscreen TVs and en-suite bathrooms. Whether you spend the day unwinding in the spa or keeping active in the pool, tennis courts or dance studio, relax in the evening with a glass of wine and a delicious meal at the Brasserie Bar and Restaurant.
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Our Crewe Barthomley hotel is in a handy spot close to some much-loved sights, including the Crewe Heritage Centre, where you can learn all about the area's engineering past, and the boutiques, antique dealers and craft shops of medieval Nantwich. You're also well placed for day trips into Stoke-on-Trent, with all its pottery shops and factories, or to Alton Towers, where you can test your mettle on some of the country's most nerve-wracking rides and rollercoasters. This hotel has upgraded rooms that feature a comfy king size bed with four plump pillows and a cosy duvet. Guests can enjoy a variety of food and drink choices within easy walking distance from this hotel.
From the moment you check in at the reception desk (styled on a vintage walnut dashboard) to the minute you leave us, your every need will be seen to. We're proud to offer free fibre Wi-Fi throughout, unlimited continental breakfast spreads (included in your room rate for simplicity), a pleasant terrace for al fresco dining through the day, and expertly shaken cocktails to be enjoyed on vintage Chesterfield sofas.
A convenient central Crewe hotel with All-Day Dining, great transport links and an inclusive hot breakfastHoliday Inn Express® Crewe hotel is a short walk from Crewe station.Direct trains can whisk you to Manchester or Liverpool in around 45 minutes, and the nearby M6 motorway provides easy access to both cities. Delve into Crewe's railway history at Crewe Heritage Centre, a short walk away. Head into lush Queens Park to stretch your legs, and take in an evening play at the Lyceum Theatre. There's plenty to see in the surrounding area too, with Chester Cathedral, Chester Zoo and the Blue Planet Aquarium all within an hour by car. Visiting on business? Host a conference or event for 35 guests in our 2 meeting rooms, with digital projectors for presentations and copying or printing available at the Business Centre.At this hotel you can enjoy:- Free WiFi- On-site parking for a daily fee- Sofa beds for familiesStart the day in style with pastries, cereal and eggs at the inclusive Express Start™ Breakfast buffet. Order salads, pizza and curries for lunch or dinner in the hotel's Great Room, and wind down at the bar in the evening with a glass of wine or a beer. At night, retreat to a comfortable guest room, where quality bedding and blackout blinds help ensure a good night's sleep.
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Hotels in Crewe
Crewe is a railway town situated within Cheshire East, best known for its large railway junction and Crewe Works. Crewe has much to offer visitors and even has a crater on the planet Mars named after it. With a rich transport history, a theatre, cinema, great shopping and a number of Crewe hotels, it is the perfect base from which to see Cheshire.
Transportation has played a major part in Crewe's history and for many years the town boasted a major railway engineering facility for manufacturing and overhauling locomotives.
From 1946 until 2002 Crewe was the home of the original Rolls-Royce motorcar and its production. While the famous silver lady has now left the town, the Pyms Lane factory on the west of the town now produces the equally luxurious Bentley motorcars.
Culture and attractions
Mixing culture and art successfully, Crewe's Edwardian-built Lyceum Theatre is in the centre of the town and also houses an art gallery. Built in 1911, the theatre shows everything from drama and pantomime to ballet and opera. There are also regular live music concerts, though the main live music venue in Crewe is The Box on Pedley Street.
Crewe also has a heritage centre in the town, which is located in the old LMS railway yard for Crewe railway station. The museum has three signal boxes and an extensive miniature railway with steam, diesel and electric traction.
The town's main park is Queen's Park, which features walkways, a children's play area, crown green bowling, putting, a boating lake, grassed areas, memorials and a café. For those looking for indoor fun, Phoenix Leisure Park houses a multiplex cinema and bowling alley.
Crewe has a leisure centre which offers many activities such as badminton, dance and fitness classes, indoor football, hockey, netball and more. There is also a swimming pool open to the public on Flag Lane.
Food and drink
Beer and cider fans might like to visit the Beer Dock, an off licence which specialises in over 1000 types of beer, cider and ale. Or for a fun themed night out, try Jamaican Jim's for great cocktails and nightlife.
Visitors looking for a great eatery might like to try Spedali's, a bistro with great service, excellent food and prices to match.
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