Days Inn Stafford - Stone (Staffordshire)52.873390942969, -2.16166734695435
Days Inn Stafford is a 3-star property situated about 15 km from Alton Towers. Founded in 1999, the hotel underwent a renovation in 2010.
Its location next to a train station allows to see a museum and a tower in Stone. 9 km to Stafford.
This hotel boasts close proximity to gardens and forests.
Days Inn Stafford is set 55 km from Manchester airport.
There are 40 en-suite rooms fitted with free Wi-Fi, a heating system, a ceiling fan, TV and a personal computer. Guests can make use of a bathtub, a shower and a hairdryer.
Eat & Drink
A continental breakfast is offered at the restaurant. The café bar serves tea and coffee.
A continental breakfast is served at the price of GBP 7.5 per person per night.
The on-site comforts include a free car park, a cash machine and a souvenir shop.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2010. Number of rooms: 40.
On-site car park
- Free breakfast
- Meeting room
- Game room
- Air conditioning
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
2 Double beds2 Double beds, 1 Double bed
Satisfactory overnight stop. Wheelchair user, Bath not shower (shower better), good handrails.
Alarm reset button outside room.
We were able to book a disability room for my husband - on the ground floor. Very convenient for the car-park and with the necessary aids. Our dog was also allowed in the room. Other members of our family also stayed at Days Inn Stafford and had rooms along the corridor. The venue was only a short drive from Trentham Gardens and the Wedgewood Museum, so something for all the family within easy reach. .
The bathroom needed more towel rail space - otherwise no complaints.
staff very acoomodating, esp. Linda who contacted us to remind us about the motorway situation...room satisfactory for overnight stay...service station closeby...family room good size!
only accessible via motorway.walls seemed thin as i can hear my kids' steps and lodness of the TV..were not allocated of the rooms we've booked due to miscommunication but eventually got one!
The staff were very friendly. The beds were very comfortable and a nice spacious bathroom, room was nicely heated.
The shower head ws not very poweful
It was a very good stop for our journey from E. Scotland to Somerset.The beds were very comfortable, and so soft - more used to harder mattresses, but slept very well.
Both the staff we meet (lynda and john) couldnt hav been more helpful and polite. Beds were v.comfy and rooms of a v.high standard.
The room was clean, friendly staff, plenty of tea and coffee left in the room. Very comfortable bed.
We had to travel north to junction 15 (M6) and then south back towards J14 to get access to the hotel. There was noise all night - probably roadworks - there doesn't seem to be access to the hotel other than from the M6. All we could find to eat was in the service area, the restaurant was closed there so we had to make do with a sandwich.
Very nice staff. Very neat. Very comfortable.
The distance. There is no direct access from centre. When the taxi that took me there said it is 25miles, I thought he was not sure or may be there is another Days Inn. I spent on transport (taxi), twice the amount I would have added to pay for a more expensive hotel in the city centre. The next day, most of the taxis contacted refused to come because of the distance. I finally got one but I ended up going late for the conference.
Has proper bath
access difficult as can only get in from the north. From the south this means driving right up to Stoke and then coming down again, rather a waste of fuel.
the staff were extremely helpful and polite and accommodated every request we asked for
Easy booking in, efficient friendly staff, clean room.
Clean,comfortable room. Quiet and very relaxed. The locationwas great and having service station on the doorstep was great. Good value for money and the staff were very friendly. I was travelling on my own with my 2 children from Edinburgh and felt completely safe.
unfortunatley we did not like the location. We had to travel north on the M6 to travel south on the M6 to get to our accommodation. Too much driving.
the staff were freindly enough but we were dissapointed the was no bar and the bathroom taps were covered in limescale ( i suggest using cif cream) and a scourer
I could not have been made more welcome by the very friendly and helpful lady on reception.
The lack of immediately adjacent parking - esp. For disabled travellers. This is not a complaint, but a suggestion whichg it would be good if you could pass on - when designing a travellers lodge type facility please consider installing a truely accessible room for wheelchair bound disabled individuals. this would require the following as the minimum - A raised toilet pedestal - for ease of transfer - Space on EITHER side of the toilet pedestal for sideways transfer of the client form his/her wheelchair (They may be paralysed down either the right or left side) - a higher than normal bed - again for sideways transfer - with a pulol down grab rail - a wet room type shower area with the option to borrow a wheel in shower chair. Simply providing level access and a wet room but retaining the same height toilet pedestal and bed is not sufficient for the fully disabled traveller. so far the only firm to have addressed these issues is Premier Inn in London. It could be a selling point.