Being pampered is so good for the soul, and DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke on Trent lets you escape the everyday in style.
This sleek, modern hotel nestles within the grounds of Etruria Hall, the Grade II-listed building right next door. Once the home of famous English potter Josiah Wedgwood, the hotel shares its four acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds. It’s the perfect setting for the treat you’ve been craving.
Newly refurbished in 2020, even check-in is indulgent here - you’ll be handed a deliciously warm cookie on arrival to make your welcome even sweeter.
Check-in, then chill out with all the fabulous leisure facilities on offer. If hitting the gym or taking part in a studio class seems too energetic, feel free to just laze around the pool, sauna and steam room. Just make sure you leave time for a beautifying, head-clearing or soul-soothing treatment at the Beauty Hideout, cocooned in your soft, fluffy robe.
With an enviable Festival Retail Park location you’ll be within easy walking distance of some Stoke-on-Trent’s best attractions. Shop til you drop among the big name brands and high street fashion stores, whizz down the dry slopes at Stoke Ski Centre or just have fun at Waterworld, the UK’s number one indoor tropical aqua park, just a quarter of a mile from the hotel’s front door.
Thrill-seeker? DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke on Trent makes a great base for Alton Towers, just 17 miles away. Or stay closer to home and walk the ten-minutes into the city centre. Culture vultures will love the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery here, or you can paint some pots of your own at the Emma Bridgewater Factory.
When you’re ready to wine and dine, Josiah’s Bar and Brasserie is waiting for you back at the hotel. Then, all that’s left to do is to float off to bed to one of DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke on Trent’s 147 bedrooms, packed with luxurious touches.
- Swimming pool
- Steam room
- Fitness studio
- Josiah Bar and Grill
- 1 treatment, up to 25 minutes
- Overnight accommodation
- £28pp allocation towards dinner in Josiah's Bar and Brasserie
- Buffet breakfast
- Full use of the leisure facilities
- Complimentary use of towels
- 20% OFF any additional treatments pre-booked
- Check in from 3pm - Room departure 11am
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From £115.00 per person
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|Trentham Monkey Forest, Trentham Gardens, World of Wedgwood, Gladstone Pottery Museum, Biddulph Grange Garden, The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery and The Potteries Shopping Centre
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|Use facilities before check in time
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|Electric car charging point
- Swimming pool
- Steam room
- Fitness studio
- Josiah Bar and Grill
The Spa & Wellness at DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke
Ready for some serious me-time? DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke on Trent’s spa and leisure facilities make the perfect place to pamper yourself.
Take a relaxing dip in the warm, toasty waters of the tranquil indoor pool, or just pull up a comfortable lounger and relax poolside.
Sweat out the toxins in the sauna, before relaxing in the absolute humidity of the steam-room. Breathe in deeply and let your shoulders drop while you aim for perfect relaxation.
Pad along to the The Beauty Hideout for feel-good rituals to savour. Sink back into the soft bed and enjoy a menu of different massages designed to calm, relax or revive you, from a sleep-promoting scalp massage and deeply-cleansing back treatment, to a peppermint foot rub that revives tired tootsies. Or go for a luxurious facial and float out glowing from top to toe.
The Gym & Fitness at DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke
Got some time to invest in yourself? The fabulous fitness facilities on offer at the hotel’s Leisure Centre will help you make the most of every minute.
Not only does it give you access to the gym, studio, pool, sauna and steam room, its chic reception area makes the perfect place to show off your brand new leggings!
The well-stocked gym rivals some of the finest workout spaces in the city, with the state-of-the-art Matrix kit making even tough workouts feel like a breeze. And, if you’ve ever fancied trying out a Peloton bike, the hotel has two so you can ride alongside a friend for extra motivation.
Prefer to build some muscle? The resistance and free weight area has all the classic equipment you need to help you tone up. The gym also runs fitness challenges to build strength, burn calories and have fun at the same time - like seeing how many times you can punch a punch bag in a minute.
Classes more your cup of tea? The fitness studio is the home of some fantastic instructors who’ll lead you through everything from yoga to circuits. And for those who need a little extra helping hand, personal trainers are there to answer questions or create a plan that will help you reach your fitness goals.
Restaurants & Food at DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke
Want some fine dining after all that unwinding? We hear you. De-robe, glam up then head down to the bar and restaurant at DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke on Trent for a cocktail and a delicious meal in some seriously sumptuous surroundings.
Josiah’s Bar and Brasserie
Whether it’s brunch with the girls before your spa treatments, or an intimate dinner for you and someone special, this relaxed restaurant offers the perfect ambience. Named after Josiah Wedgwood, the famous English potter who once lived in the sumptuous stately pile next door, you’ll find a delicious a la carte menu full of local, national and International flavours.
For a pre-spa speciality coffee or a post-spa g and t, Josiah’s Bar is the place to go. Choose from a menu of dangerously good cocktails - or opt for the cocktail of the month with fun, seasonal themes. Well, it would be rude not to have the Lucky Liquor Jamesons’ cocktail on St Patrick’s Day, wouldn’t
How to get to the Spa?
By train: Stoke-on-Trent train station is just under three miles from the hotel.
By bus: The hotel is well-served by buses as it’s in Festival Retail Park, Stoke’s huge shopping and leisure complex. Both the 4 and the 4a from Stoke city centre to Newcastle stop here.
By car: Exit the M6 at Junction 15 if coming from the South or Junction 16 if coming from the North. You’ll find the hotel near to the intersection of the A53 and A500, and the postcode for your satnav is ST1 5BQ.
Parking: Parking is free and plentiful, with complimentary parking for 280 vehicles, and no height or width restrictions. Electric car charging points are planned for the future, but in the meantime the hotel offers an external domestic plug charging point if people wish to charge their cars over 12 hours.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a swimming pool at DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke on Trent?
There is! The Leisure Club has a heated indoor pool complete with loungers, sauna and steam room to relax tired muscles.
Is there accommodation at DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke on Trent?
Yes. There are 147 light and airy guest rooms with blackout blinds, a desk, comfy chair and free WiFi. The main standard category are the King and Queen doubles, followed by Deluxe rooms and spacious Suites.
What are check-in and check-out times at DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke on Trent?
You can check in from 3pm. Check-out for hotel guests is usually at 11am, but some spa stays let you stay until 3pm to make good use of all the facilities.
Is DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke on Trent accessible?
It is. There’s disabled parking, and accessible bedrooms that have additional space between the furniture, reachable switches and bathrooms fitted with a wheel-in power shower and support rails.
Where is DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke on Trent?
You’ll find DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke on Trent in Festival Retail Park, a popular out-of-town shopping, restaurant and leisure location.
Originally known as just Festival Park, it was built for one of England’s national garden festivals in the 1980s - where disused industrial land was reclaimed and redeveloped. It has since expanded over the years to include some major high street names and fashion labels, along with a cinema, ten pin bowling centre, dry ski slopes and a super fun aqua theme park.
The hotel is also right next door to Etruria Hall, a fabulous Grade II listed building that’s now DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke on Trent’s conference and wedding venue. If you’re interested in the building’s history, you can find out more about its former owner, Josiah Wedgwood at Stoke’s World of Wedgwood, a unique, interactive visitor experience celebrating the very best of this British craftsman.
Is the DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke on Trent family-friendly?
It is. King Family Rooms sleep six and have two 50-inch TVs so you don’t even have to share. There are also smaller rooms with sofa beds, and interconnecting rooms so you can all spread out.
Josiah’s Bar and Brasserie serves children’s meals, and kids can splash around in the swimming pool. But if you have a real water baby on your hands, don’t leave without a visit to Waterworld, just a quarter of a mile from the hotel. This tropical indoor aqua playground has over 30 different rides and attractions including Thunderbolt, the UK’s first trap door drop water slide!
Is DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke on Trent pet-friendly?
Sorry, no pets allowed. The only exception is for registered assistance dogs.
Is there a golf club at DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke on Trent?
Like to pamper and putt? Sadly, there’s no golf club at DoubleTree by Hilton Stoke on Trent, but there are plenty of options close by. In fact, just a 15-minute drive takes you to Trentham Golf Club's Open Championship-qualifying course which welcomes visitors on every day of the week, except for Saturdays.