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Crown Hotel
Times Square
545 King Street
Longton

Stoke-on-Trent
Staffordshire

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The origins of The Crown Hotel go back to the early 1800 with the present building being built in 1887 The hotel provides friendly service with no frills comfortable accommodations at realistic prices Situated opposite the Town Hall in Longton and with its historic past, The Crown Hotel is universally known amongst The Potteries. All of our 40 rooms are en suite with complimentary tea and coffee tray and have colour tv in each room. Our guests are welcome to freely relax in our bar or princess lounge.continental breakfast is complementary with full cooked breakfast available at an additional charge of 4 per person. The hotel offers a limited bar/snack menu with restricted serving times. There is available with in walking distance of the hotel an Indian restaurant,pizza hut or alternatively a short taxi ride takes you to the centre of stoke on trent were a large selection of restaurants are available. Unfortunately the hotel does not have a lift.

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