Holiday Inn Stratford-upon-Avon

Address: Bridgefoot, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England, CV37 6YR, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Bridgefoot, Stratford-upon-Avon, is near Stratford Butterfly Farm, Bancroft Gardens, The Recreation Ground, and Clopton Bridge.
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          Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Inn Stratford-upon-Avon

          Mediocre hotel


          We stayed in this hotel for one night only and I was very disappointed. The room was cold when we arrived. There was a very thin quilt on the bed and only one blanket that looked like it had come from an army surplus store. The breakfast was poor and the only tea and coffee available was from a machine and tasted terrible. I'm sure there are better hotels in Stratford.

          Shabby hotel and terrible service!


          I don't know how it got 4 stars!!!I stayed at this hotel for two nights over Easter 2004 and I wish I hadn't. My room was quite nice however the bathroom was tiny I could not lie down in the bath (and I am only 5feet 4in!) The corridors leading to the rooms are claustrophobic and really shabby.However the worst part of this trip was the service. Throughout my stay I found the staff to be very unfriendly and on a number of occasions rude. The service in the hotels restaurant was appalling. Waiting staff where sparse and when they did serve you they did it very grudgingly!There are a number of hotels in Stratford, don't chose this one!

          Great Hotel and Location


          This was my first visit to Stratford and the Moat House Hotel. We booked a Crown Room which was excellent. The room had a huge bed and a CD player with a nice view towards the RSC Theatre. The staff were all very friendly and helpful. The location of the hotel was excellent. It is in the centre of Stratford right on the river and canal and across the road you will find the Tourist Information Centre. We had a great stay and would not hesitate to return.

          Loved it!


          The staff is top notch and the hotel amenities are well above average.

          Great food and drink.

          Nightmare weekend


          we had a bad weekend here last month,so bad that we left the hotel a day early although we had paid in full,still waiting to hear from the head office! Ihave stayed in various Moat hotels ALL have been excellent.....maybe this was a one off but I WOULD never stay there again.

          Shall I compare thee to a Summer's day?


          I spent a couple of nights here very recently and it was very good indeed. Lovely bedrooms (Crown), quiet, huge car park, food very good.

          A short walk from the town centre, so it is well situated if you don't want to use your car all the time. Recommended, I would stay there again.

          Very good


          Super good location, excellent prices, very good rooms including river view. good free breakfast, lots of free parking, very fast check in and check out service. I could not ask for more. We had a very good stay at this hotel.

          Extremely friendly staff


          Spent a whole week here and could not fault it.Staff extremely friendly and helpful.Will certainly return.

          Just wonderful


          The other reviewer must have been having a bad day.Stayed here for the 12th time in the last year in transit to meetings.Always good. Usually pretty cheap too.Never any real problems - lovely rooms, helpful staff, river views, gym and sauna, excellent breakfast in pleasing surroundings. The two small problems I have experienced were rectified immediately on contacting reception. I can't think that the reviewer from Herftordshire is representative of the vast majority of guests. The place is great - keep up the good work.



          From the moment we checked in things went terribly wrong........wrong sleeping arrangements, poor information, queing for meals in the restaurant for up to 30 mins, had to get your own tea, coffee from a machine which had ran out of water..nobody filled.........left dirty dishes on the table in between meals and to cap it all......the chef sneezing on the food in the restaurant......I HAVE HAD BETTER SERVICE IN DEBENHAMS CAFE!!!!!

          TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Stratford-upon-Avon

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Stratford-upon-Avon

          Do you think we had a heavy frost.....

          A travel blog entry by jbatt1


          Well today we awoke to the coldest day since we arrived and if we had have known better we would have thought it had snowed during the night but it was actually was that cold last night the fog had frozen and had blanketed the area in a brilliant white frost so I hope you enjoy the ...

          Foggy Worcester

          A travel blog entry by jbatt1


          Well the morning woke to a very frosty start of the day so we headed off to the city of Worcester and was a very foggy and frosty trip all the way with the hedges and trees all frosted......on the way we had to dodge a couple of large male deers as they scooted across the road.......we arrived in ...

          Ne ravno navdušeni

          A travel blog entry by ursaklemen


          ... koraku vidiš in slišiš priseljence z vsega sveta.

          Včeraj so nas, po celodnevnem sestankovanju, peljali v Birmingham na božični sejem (Frankfurt Christmas Market), kjer poleg običajne krame, prodajajo klobase, pivo, hrenovke, kuhano vino in druge nemške zadeve. Niso pa nam znali razložiti, od kod in zakaj tak poudarek na nemških izdelkih.

          Moram se obregnit še ob hrano. Odkar ...

          From boats to the Bullring

          A travel blog entry by fluffybunnyfeet


          ... street to the first of the stalls, selling hot wine, biscuits, candles, tealight holders and cakes, there was so much to see and lots of people about. On the way to the top end of the market we saw hats, gloves scarves, german smoking men, nutcrackers and more biscuits.

          There were mummers on route, making the children jump when them moved and the food section was amazing with meter long sausages folded into ...

          Day 12

          A travel blog entry by calves888

          The travelling day Got up early to what looked like a nicer day and headed into town for a quick bite and to grab some supplies for the travelling ahead. Unfortunately the stupid staff at the sports direct store forgot to remove the massive security tag on my next jacket so we had to make a quick pitstop (thank u cash cab) Next some supplies, we popped into Krispy mutherfukn Kreme donuts and exited with three of the greatest donuts I have ever eaten. Something my ...