"I was playing in a Chess congress at Leek but couldn't find anywhere to stay there. 12 miles wasn't too far to travel though the Leek-Stoke..."
"Room was comfortable with a double and single bed in it. Staff were friendly enough and helpful...."
"Very satisfied with our stay here and will certainly consider staying again upon visiting alton towers, very clean hotel and very polite sta..."
"New management had only been there a few months, they work hard to keep customers happy, building is undergoing refurbishment in places, but..."
"Nice place and a clean and tidy great value for money rooms..."
About the hotel
Situated in Longton the Crown and Anchor offers a no frills budget accomodation and is an ideal place to stay for business travellers with easy access to the M6, M1, A500 and A50 but with Alton Towers, Trentham Estates, The Potteries and Fenton Manor all close by is also a good location for leisure guests. All of the bedrooms in this victorian building, which still boasts many of its original features, are located on the first and second floor and all come with ensuite bathrooms, TV with freeview and tea/coffee making facilities. For football fans the hotel is situated just a 5 minutes drive from the Brittania stadium, home of Stoke City Football Club.
The hotel offers great value food served daily in its Sizzlers Steakhouse restaurant and bar. Breakfast is served daily with both cooked and lighter option available. Restaurant are 6pm-8:30pm, Monday to Saturday. Breakfast is served Monday to Friday 7-9am and Saturday and Sunday 8-10am.
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- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
- Hotel services
- 24 Hour Reception, Wake Up Call Available
- Family friendly
- Cots available
- Wedding Licence
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available, Meeting Facilities, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Restaurant, Bar
- In room entertainment
- TV, [Channels] News, [Channels] Music
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
- 04/09/2013 to 30/09/2014 - There is a diversion in place to access the Hotel car park due to roadworks. Please be advised that the cardholder name must match the guest name or your booking will automatically be cancelled. The LateRooms.com rates for Crown and Anchor in Stoke on Trent are the total price of the room and not the 'per person' rate. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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39% would recommend it to a friend
Decent enough value, ideal for Football fans
I've stopped here on numerous occasions now as it is convenient for me to get to the Britannia Stadium on matchdays being situation only a few miles away from the stadium.
Overall, I would say it ticks the boxes in terms of what you can expect for around £20 per night. Cleanliness is always the most important factor for me I have to say I have never had an issue in that regard in all the times I've stopped here. The rooms and have always been clean and there is always plenty of towels provided which is good. I've always found as well that when I've been out for the day and returned back to the hotel at night, my bed was always been made with clean sheets and my bin has always been emptied and tea and coffee supplies refilled etc. There is only two real issues I have from my most rest stay - The sound of music playing from another room as early as 7am which must've woke a number of residents up. And the other issue which concerned me the most was the lack of a door handle on the door to my room. I found that when I wanted to leave my room, I had no other way of closing the door other than slamming it shut and getting out before it closed. This isn't practical and it something that needs to be addressed. Apart from that a decent stay and I will be returning again in the future.
I was playing in a Chess congress at Leek but couldn't find anywhere to stay there.
12 miles wasn't too far to travel though the Leek-Stoke road is infested with revenue-raising cameras. The hotel was good basic accommodation that didn't overcharge me just because I was travelling solo. Check-in and out was easy and quick and I would stay again in similar circumstances.