Macdonald Alveston Manor Hotel Spa Break
(Stratford-Upon-Avon) 4 4 Star:
- Includes overnight hotel stay with breakfast
- Also includes spa treatment and use of spa facilities
- Super Break guests also enjoy 20% discount on any additional spa treatments during their stay
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Spa Package Details
- SPA BREAK PACKAGE includes overnight hotel stay, full breakfast, 1 x 25 minute treatment per person (choose from Freestyle Deep Tissue Massage, Best Foot Forward Treatment or Superfood Pro-Radiance Facial) plus full use of Spa facilities, including robes, slippers and fluffy towels.
INDULGENT SPA BREAK includes overnight hotel stay, full breakfast, 2 Course Evening Meal, 1 x 55 minute treatment per person (choose from Freestyle Deep Tissue Massage, Best Foot Forward Treatment, Superfood Pro-Radiance Facial or Jessica Deluxe Manicure), plus full use of Spa facilities, including robes, slippers and fluffy towels plus A £5 voucher to spend in our spa store, £50 minimum spend.
ESSENTIAL SPA BREAK includes overnight hotel stay, full breakfast, 2 Course Evening Meal, 1 x 25 minute treatment per person (choose from Freestyle Deep Tissue Massage, Best Foot Forward Treatment or Superfood Pro-Radiance Facial) plus full use of Spa facilities, including robes, slippers and fluffy towels plus A £5 voucher to spend in our spa store, £50 minimum spend.
All SuperBreak customers booking a Macdonald Spa Break can also enjoy 20% discount on any additional Spa treatments during their stay when booked in advance.
The Macdonald Alveston Manor hotel is a magnificent Tudor building, situated within its own landscaped grounds and located just 5 minutes walk to the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon.
The peaceful and serene Macdonald Alveston Manor Hotel is the ideal base for discovering Shakespeare Country and the many historic attractions Stratford has to offer.
Inside the luxurious 4 star Macdonald Alveston Manor guests will find original Tudor features, such as leaded windows, which complement the beautiful and historic exterior. All of the 113 guest rooms in the Macdonald Alveston Manor are spacious, bright and come well-equipped with flat screen TV, complimentary Wi-Fi internet access (including all public areas), en-suite bathroom.
After a busy day touring the local area the Macdonald Alveston Manor hotel is the perfect place to relax and unwind; the comfortable bar, lounge and public areas have recently undergone an impressive £400k investment. All hotel guests are welcome to use the on-site leisure club, which includes an indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room and fully equipped gym. For even more luxury and pampering guests can book into the hotel’s Vital Spa which has an array of beauty treatments and massages to ease the days stresses away.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 2
- Total Rooms Number: 113
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Trouser Press
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Sofa Beds Children Only: 12
- Parking at Hotel Cost: £5.00 Per 24 Hours
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Treatment Rooms
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Solarium Free: No
- Steam Room Free: Yes
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: STRATFORD UPON AVON
- Distance: 0.5 kilometre
- Name: BIRMINGHAM INTERNATIONAL
- Distance: 26 kilometre
- Cots/Cribs Free: Yes
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 08:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:30
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Highchairs available
- Types: Pets accepted on request with hotel
- Cost: £15.00 per night
- Nearest Rail Name: Stratford Upon Avon Distance: 0.5 kilometre
- Nearest Airport Name: Birmingham International Distance: 26 kilometre
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2528 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 02/2018, Rod C wrote this review.
The main part of the hotel is a lovely period building with lots of ambience. Stayed in a standard room. Very roomy and comfy bed. The bathroom was a little dated - narrow bath with chipped enamel, missing handle, but not bad enough to be an issue. P… See more
The main part of the hotel is a lovely period building with lots of ambience. Stayed in a standard room. Very roomy and comfy bed. The bathroom was a little dated - narrow bath with chipped enamel, missing handle, but not bad enough to be an issue. Plenty of on-site parking for which we paid an additional £5 for a 3 day stay - very reasonable. The hotel is ideally located, only a short walk across the bridge to the centre of Stratford. Very attentive staff, especially at breakfast, as they are willing to make porridge or omelettes to order for no additional cost - £3 supplements for kippers / eggs benedict, which is fair enough. Ate in the bar from the bar menu, but the food wasn't great - £15 for a bland curry. The next night we went across the road (literally) to Bistrot Pierre, where you can get 2 courses in the evening for the same cost - a no brainer. To summarise, I'd readily stay here again but have evening meals elsewhere. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, Mech68 wrote this review.
We used a Buy-a-gift 'indulgent weekend for two' gift voucher on an overnight stay, which should have included, bed, breakfast and evening meal. We arrived at the hotel, after a two and a half hour drive, at around 1.30pm on Saturday and I nipped in… See more
We used a Buy-a-gift 'indulgent weekend for two' gift voucher on an overnight stay, which should have included, bed, breakfast and evening meal. We arrived at the hotel, after a two and a half hour drive, at around 1.30pm on Saturday and I nipped into reception to check whether there was any possibility of the room being ready. The receptionist barked at me that check in was from 3.00pm. Not exactly a warming welcome! I mentioned that my booking confirmation stated that check in was from 2.00pm but the receptionist barked at me again saying that check in was from 3.00pm. We decided to leave the car in the car park and wander in to town for some lunch. When we returned to the hotel the room was ready and we were able to check in. We had reserved a table in the restaurant for 7.00pm and were seated promptly when we arrived. The menu seemed ok and I was pleasantly surprised that it didn't list lots of supplementary prices, as restaurants can often do for a prepaid meal. The starters arrived very quickly, but my fiancé wasn't offered any bread. He asked if he could have some and was brought one slice of bread, with no butter/margarine, after he'd finished his starter. The rest of the meal passed without mishap, and we had an enjoyable evening. When we asked for the bill we were shocked that we'd been charged for the whole meal, rather than just the wine/drinks. When I questioned the waitress she apologised and advised that she would remove all the items, other than the drinks and supplementary charges. What supplementary charges?????? The menu hadn't listed any supplementary charges and the waitress hadn't alerted us to any when we placed our order. I asked to see the manager so that we could sort the bill out and when the manager arrived and agreed to remove the charges I asked him to charge the meal to our room. We were then advised that we couldn't do that because the barking receptionist hadn't asked for a credit card when we checked in. To say that I was unimpressed by this time would be something of an understatement. The gentleman that sorted the fiasco out for us was extremely helpful and did offer us a drink in the bar with their compliments, and in fact we did have a pleasant evening in the bar. We decided not to have breakfast in the morning, because the evening meal had left us feeling somewhat wary so checked out .... actually queued for nearly 20 minutes to check out, where we were asked if everything had been ok with our stay. To be fair to the receptionist (not the barking one from the previous day) she did deal with my comments fairly and offered to cancel the drinks from the previous evening as a goodwill gesture as we hadn't had any breakfast. When we arrived at the hotel we were extremely impressed with the location and the setting and were thoroughly looking forward to a relaxing stay, unfortunately we didn't get that. It's a shame because the hotel has so much potential and I really hope that they manage to sort the issues out that they are obviously experiencing at the moment. I'd love to say that we'll visit again sometime in the future, we'll definitely be visiting Stratford-upon-Avon again, but whether or not we choose this hotel will remain to be seen. Collapse
Very basic hotel, not a spa destination.
Stay Date: 02/2018, Lily M wrote this review.
Stayed here on a spa break with my partner. The ‘spa facilities’ were extremely poor. The floors were dirty, beds around the pool were uncomfortable, the noise from a vent was ridiculously loud, I could barely hear my partner talking. The sauna was f… See more
Stayed here on a spa break with my partner. The ‘spa facilities’ were extremely poor. The floors were dirty, beds around the pool were uncomfortable, the noise from a vent was ridiculously loud, I could barely hear my partner talking. The sauna was fine but the steam room was disgusting, hairs all over the place, we walked in and it smelt like wet dog so walked straight back out. The staff on the reception of the pool were rude and unhelpful and didn’t make us feel welcome at all. The staff on main reception were much more helpful and accommodating. However when we checked in to our room it was old and worn out. The carpet hadn’t been hoovered which meant I had to keep my slippers on for the duration of the stay. The bathroom was just as dirty and worn out. Long black hairs were on the floor and the bath which did not belong to me or my partner. Having a shower was just as much of an unpleasant experience as the rest of the stay, there were two temperatures that could be found on the dial; scalding hot or freezing cold. We had dinner in the evening which was delicious although we waited for half an hour for a menu, an hour and a half for our starter to come, it was actually worth the wait. The waitresses/waiters didn’t really have a clue what was going on and had to be asked repeatedly for things (such as drinks, menu, food etc) The food was fantastic and the general ambience of the restaurant was lovely. The breakfast in the morning was also good although our order of coffees were never actually brought to our table. I had high expectations of this restaurant due to its location in the heart of Stratford but clearly was extremely disappointed. I wouldn’t visit here again and I don’t really feel like they can advertise themselves as a ‘spa break facility’ Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, Mark P wrote this review.
I have just come back from an over night stay with my wife, sister and brother in law and can honestly say that it was disappointing,when we arrived the ONE receptionist was very busy and felt the need to tell everyone how busy they were, my sisters … See more
I have just come back from an over night stay with my wife, sister and brother in law and can honestly say that it was disappointing,when we arrived the ONE receptionist was very busy and felt the need to tell everyone how busy they were, my sisters and her husbands room wasn't ready and again the receptionist felt the need to tell us how busy housekeeping had been due to late check outs at weekends, the rooms "executive rooms " were disappointing,tierd and in need of a good clean, the complementary toiletries had been used and the dirty rolled up bath mat was most off putting, we later met in the bar which was no better gin and tonic severed in a wine glass and an extremely short measure of Jack Danielle's and coke for just under £16 was a joke, the breakfast was very nice but the leaking ceiling was not so nice, the staff work very hard but it is evident that senior management is sparse as i also know that they don't have maintance on site at weekends as the staff felt it was appropriate to share this with the guests.This hotel clearly lacks a good management team and is in desperate need of a refurb and deep clean. Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2018, hcat21 wrote this review.
Nice hotel with grounds set walking distance from Stratford. Check in was easy and our room in the coach hotel which was an exec kingsize room was lovely. Leisure centre a bit dated and basic but did the job though no Jacuzzi which was a same its a … See more
Nice hotel with grounds set walking distance from Stratford. Check in was easy and our room in the coach hotel which was an exec kingsize room was lovely. Leisure centre a bit dated and basic but did the job though no Jacuzzi which was a same its a bit odd that you have to walk past the bedrooms to get there. Bar was nice and not too expensive. The only thing that really let them down was the breakfast. arrived at breakfast at 9.10 and ordered coffee and some toast which took nearly 2O minutes to arrive and without butter. by the time the butter came the toast was cold! Ordered breakfast at 9.30 and ask them to check that we will be out by 9.50 as we had a spa treatment booked for 10.00. We were told that it "should be fine" It wasnt, - my husband had to leave at 9.55 without breakfast and mine came out at 10.10. One hour after we sat down. I would point out here that all we ordered was a bacon sandwich each! The manager was very rude and there were no apologies just a "well we are busy! " Not what I expect from a 4 star hotel. however once I told reception they deal with it very professionally refunding the cost of breakfast. which was a bonus. Collapse
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