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Reviewed February 17, 2020

Enjoyed one night here. Had the brewery offer which included entry tickets and lunch at the national brewery centre and bed and breakfast at this hotel. Overall it was good value for money. We stayed on the ground floor in one of the lodge rooms. It was very quiet despite being on a main road. The room was clean with tea and coffee facilities. Breakfast was fine and all you can eat. The staff were friendly and helpful. I think that for the price paid it was a good value budget hotel.

Date of stay: February 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank RebeccaBBBBBBB
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Reviewed February 16, 2020 via mobile

We were going to the national brewery museum so booked in here for the night as it was in walking distance and in a central location.

The hotel has free parking and breakfast was included in the price which seemed reasonable as the price was good value .

The hotel is tired in places and our room was no exception , we stayed in room 11 which was on the 1st floor our room was small and at the front of the hotel but we wernt too fussed as long as it was clean we wouldn't have complained but the one major let down was the bed , my God I have never in 44 years slept on such a lumpy hard and uncomfortable mattress, we both didnt sleep a wink and both got back ache , the hotel needs to burn this mattress and start again I can overlook the tired decor but get the basics right a comfortable nights sleep for your guests I challenge the manager to spend the night on that bed and see what experience the guest is getting .

Breakfast was ok it was buffet style with plenty of choice and the food was nice and hot , only gripe was when we came down the room was less than half full of guests but there wasnt a single cleared table so we cleared one ourselves other than that the breakfast was good ( sausages could do with being better quality)

I'm being generous at 2 stars as the main reason for staying at a hotel is a good nights sleep , the sleep geta 0 stars and the breakfast 2 .

Date of stay: February 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank joannehall1975
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Reviewed January 27, 2020

Well worth £55 and the breakfast was excellent, room clean and liked the quirky atmosphere of the place as it was more interesting than the usual Premier Inn/Travelodge.
Ideally placed for Burton centre and parking good.

Date of stay: January 2020
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Thank Bison1
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Reviewed January 26, 2020 via mobile

Lovely old hotel at a reasonable price. Bedroom was lovely but the bathroom could do with a bit of work.
Some parts of hotel look tired and in need of a bit of paint.
Best part of our stay was the breakfast !!!
bacon, sausage, egg, mushrooms, beans, hash browns, fried bread. Also cereal, yoghurts, actively, croissants, muffins, pancakes & crumpets.
Staff = good, 3 out of 5

Date of stay: January 2020
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank Joanne L
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Reviewed January 23, 2020 via mobile

Stayed for one night at the Three Queens as I was in Burton in Trent for business.
There is a large car park to the rear of the hotel and it is only a short walk to the town centre.
The room was warm and clean although a little dated in decoration but no complaints. Plenty of hot water and free fast wi-fi.
The hotel does not have a license so no alcohol sold on site. They do provide a range of evening meals and I had the ham, egg and chips with a pot of tea and it was very good.
If you fancy a pint then there are loads of pubs and restaurants a short walk away.
Breakfast is buffet style with a good choice.

Good value for money stay in Burton on Trent.
Will definitely return

Date of stay: January 2020
Trip type: Travelled on business
Thank mark_embery
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