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Stuart Hotel
119 London Road


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The Stuart provides a comfortable and relaxing environment with all the latest facilities expected of a self rated 4 star Hotel. The fabulous design introduces the guest to what can only be described as the "Stuart Experience".

The location is ideal, close to local attractions including Alton Towers, the Peak District, Chatsworth House, countryside and dales, close to the main shopping centre and just a few minutes drive away from the M1, motorways, and Railway Station.

The Stuart has modern and contemporary bedrooms furnished with bespoke wooden furniture, designer fabrics and the latest facilities including; Laptop and TV broadband Internet access, Satellite TV and Pay-per-view movies, Ironing centre, Laptop sized in-room safe, Fridge (except standard rooms), Telephone with voicemail, Hairdryer and Tea/coffee making facilities.

All Executive rooms and Suites include complimentary bathrobe, slippers and mineral water.

The hotel also has a stylish restaurant, hip bar, modern air conditioned conference suite and extensive on site car parking.

Close to Donnington Park, Assembly Rooms, Alton Towers, East Midlands Airport


Number of Rooms: 100
Number Ensuite: 100

Price per Room:

Double: From 49
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Cuisine: Modern British

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Children Welcome
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
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Satellite TV
MiniBar - Some
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