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Express by Holiday Inn Stafford, Stafford, Staffordshire

Express by Holiday Inn Stafford
Acton Court
M6 Junction 13

Stafford
Staffordshire

ST18 9AP | View map

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The superb central location, close to junction 13 of the M6 (M6 Toll) and near Staffordshire's top attractions, makes this ideal for a stopover while driving through the Midlands. The hotel is less than 30 miles from the heart of the Midlands, Birmingham city centre and the National Exhibition Centre. For those on leisure breaks, it is near to Alton Towers (discounted tickets available from reception), the UK's largest theme park. The famous Staffordshire potteries, Shugborough Estate and Weston Park are also close by.

All the rooms are fully equipped to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible, with free tea/coffee making facilities available in every room. The hotel has 2 restaurants adjacent to the hotel and its pub includes the Whacky Warehouse where a special children's menu is available. All of our 103 bedrooms have en suite facilities, including power showers, complimentary tea and coffee making facilities and telephone. We have 3 Meeting rooms available which can seat up to 40 delegates. We have a licensed bar in the hotel which is open to residents till 1am.

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