Crewe Hall (Cheshire) Reviews
Description:Weston Road / Crewe / Cheshire / CW1 6UZ / Tel: 01270 253333 / Magnificent public areas and banqueting rooms exude the ... more
Newest Review: ... main entrance, later moving to the newer complex. Check-in was at the main desk situated within part of the old hall - a very grand entrance hall. There were throne-like chairs and oil paintings adorned the walls. There was a very grand, carved fireplace too. Crewe Hall was originally built in 1615 for Randolf Crewe. Its guests have included George V, Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth II, ... more
Customer Crewe Hall (Cheshire) Reviews (3)
by - written on 30/08/09 (Very useful, 94 readings)
I was looking for a special venue for a spa day treat for a very special gift. I stumbled upon Crewe Hall on the Spabreak.com website. I had previously been to Crewe Hall as a guest at a wedding several years ago, and decided there and then if the spa day was as good as the wedding - it would indeed be a special gift. The day was advertised on the site to include 2 treatments, lunch and use of the leisure facilities for £69. Upon further investigation I realised for another £30 there was an overnight offer, which included an evening meal (with choice of taking it the evening of arrival or departure) an overnight stay, breakfast, lunch and the 2 treatments ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/09 (Very useful, 139 readings)
I recently stayed at this very grand hotel for a conference and was overwhelmed with the quality of the venue, of its business facilities and of the service we received, I have stayed in many hotels for similar events, across the country and I would honestly say that this is among the top 3. Location ======= The location of this hotel is one of the main reasons we chose it for our conference as we were expecting delegates from across the Midlands and the north. This hotel is a five minute drive from junction 16 of the M6 if you head towards Crewe. It is very easy to find and well signposted, I used my sat nav but could have managed without it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/08, updated on 26/07/09 (Very useful, 192 readings)
Crewe Hall is a fantastic Country House hotel that is easily accessible from the M6 motorway near Stoke, and is only minutes from Crewe town centre itself. The hotel has recently benefited from massive investment including the addition of new bedrooms, conference facilities and a leisure club. This building is of significant historical importance, and was built in the early 17th century. It has survived major fire, and did remain in the hands of the Crewe family for around 300 years until ownership changed in the 1900s. The building itself is a Grade 1 listed building, which gives you an idea of its local significance. As I drove up through the ... Read the complete review
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