Macdonald Alveston Manor Hotel Spa Break
- 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
To view our full selection of accommodation in Stratford-upon-Avon & Area, view our hotels in Stratford-upon-Avon & Area page.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2567 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Nice hotel, great spa, but lots of little faults with the room and service left us disapointed
Stay Date: 04/2018, DBailey635 wrote this review.
First up, the location of this hotel is fantastic. It takes just 5 minutes to reach the RSC's Swan Theatre across the river. However, to get there you need to cross a busy historic bridge with a narrow walkway running down only one side, a hair's-len… See more
First up, the location of this hotel is fantastic. It takes just 5 minutes to reach the RSC's Swan Theatre across the river. However, to get there you need to cross a busy historic bridge with a narrow walkway running down only one side, a hair's-length from heavy traffic. Despite this nearby road, our room at the front of the hotel was very quiet. That's probably the only thing we liked about the room. We'd picked it, paying extra for the "upgrade", because they promised historic features. Alas, there were no apparent beams, no four-poster bed, and just a small window swathed heavily in drapes that blocked a lot of the natural light. Ceiling paint was peeling and the fabric swags over the headboard looked past their best. Oh well, at least there was a fridge (empty), free bottled water, fluffy dressing gowns, slippers, and tea-making facilities. The room was supposed to include a Nespresso machine with pods, but we had to ring down to reception to get it delivered. Also missing from the bathroom was the complementary shower gel (another call to reception resolved this). The bathroom was standard fare. The tiles could do with re-grouting. The shower was almost adequate, with low pressure, and a variable temperature (the thermostatic valve wasn't working properly). The hose on the bath taps had a severe split that sent water down your arm instead of over your head. In addition, the door to the bathroom had a gap in it wide enough to observer someone on the toilet, should the need arise. The bed was sort of comfortable but attempts to sit up and watch TV sent the divan sliding gracefully away from the wall. A few castor cups would have remedied this. The duvet was nearing the end of its life, with the filling clumping up and leaving some areas bereft of insulation. The TV could only play the main channels, with Five USA and minor channels unwatchable due to signal degradation. The on-screen guide could only show one channel's information at a time… not great for hoppers. The air-conditioning turned off halfway through the night, and the windows were bolted shut. The £5 charge for room service needs to go (hide it in the item prices), as it will discourage use but occupants. Not a great start, but then again, we'd only be sleeping here. We did ask reception if we could look at one of the modern rooms at the rear of the hotel and they were much nicer. However, as we'd already settled into our room, we chose not to swap. The rest of the hotel is very pleasant. The wedding and conference venues looked vast, with lots of space for large families to celebrate in style. There are sufficient rooms to house every relative, including third/fourth cousins. The restaurant was formal and the food very good (bordering on excellent), although I’d recommend booking in advance to avoid the awkward glares from the staff. My favourite bit of the hotel was the spa. The pool is large and at a good temperature for long swimming sessions (my first for 25 years). My partner used the gym and was impressed, and she loved the hot-stone massage that she managed to book for our last day. Overall, this hotel has a lot to recommend it, particularly the location and event facilities, but the historic rooms need renovating. I’d recommend to management that they hire a good interior designer and a plumber. For “upgrade” rooms, providing a bowl of fruit and a fully stocked mini-bar might be a good idea, as boutique hotels in this price range regularly offer this. We'll try a different hotel the next time we visit the town. Collapse
The wedding of our dreams
Stay Date: 03/2018, amy3413048209348 wrote this review.
Our wedding was held at Alveston Manor last month, it was everything we wished for and more and we could not be more grateful for the wonderful staff at the hotel. It is clear that they are understaffed (which is not their fault, and never impacted o… See more
Our wedding was held at Alveston Manor last month, it was everything we wished for and more and we could not be more grateful for the wonderful staff at the hotel. It is clear that they are understaffed (which is not their fault, and never impacted on us!) but right from our first show around we were made to feel so special by the events team, after looking around many, many venues that felt like generic wedding factories (no matter how fancy the ballroom) we were so happy to find a venue that seemed genuinely excited to be putting on our wedding! Celeste is an absolute superstar, all of our questions and emails, not matter how daft, were answered quickly and everything felt very well organised to us and no request or issue was too small. Most of our suppliers for the day were recommended to us either at the wedding fair we attended at Alveston or by Celeste herself, including hair and makeup and DJ, this took so much work out of finding people and we were really pleased with The food both at the meal tasting beforehand and the canapes, wedding breakfast and evening on the day was impeccable and delicious, we have had so many nice comments on it. It was especially great that our vegan guests were catered for so well. On the day all of the staff were wonderful, there are too many to name but although we hadn’t met Warren before he did a brilliant job for us. There was a lovely lady serving canapes who made sure they kept coming back to us as priority which we really appreciated as we wouldn’t have had time to eat otherwise! Some of our guests did have some problems over the weekend but we were grateful to the reception team, in particular Alyssa and Steven, who we felt handled things professionally and were so kind to us over the weekend even though they were obviously very busy and were getting flack for things that definitely weren’t their fault. We were also very pleased with our stay in the Queen Elizabeth suite We also took the chance just before the wedding to stay in the hotel as guests and use the spa and pool, and have dinner in the restaurant, which was a great experience that we intend to repeat for our first anniversary! I highly recommend this hotel as a wedding venue. We had a wonderful day, thank you so much Collapse
NOT ONE OF THE BEST
Stay Date: 03/2018, dgturner1 wrote this review.
We visited this Hotel for a Wedding function in March 2018, from the photos/location shown on the online Website and the cost of our 2 night stay, we thought we were in for a fabulous stay? the front of the Hotel looks fabulous until you walk through… See more
We visited this Hotel for a Wedding function in March 2018, from the photos/location shown on the online Website and the cost of our 2 night stay, we thought we were in for a fabulous stay? the front of the Hotel looks fabulous until you walk through the door! Inside is very Dark & Gloomy, checking was very quick and the Reception Staff were very chatty and helpful, our Room was quite spacious and fairly clean BUT you can see immediately that this Hotel is more for the Stagg/Hen and Wedding catering. While the Wedding we attended was very nice, you could see from the offset that the Venue was understaffed, so it was all a bit of a charade! but we got there by the end.....JUST!....The Bar was very small and understaffed so again very Tom & Jerry like situation also very OVERPRICED!! 4 large Gin and Tonics £57.00 what’s that all about? It was £32.00 the night before! I won’t go to much into the Breakfast,but if you like Cold tasteless food,you will love it....in all not a great Experience going on where this Hotel is situated. We will not be going back very soon. Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2018, ChrissyB218 wrote this review.
This place is absolutely wonderful architecturally and has a beautiful parklike entrance. It is well located for a pleasant stroll into the main part of town. The room was very nice and met our needs particularly well. The only negative would be, … See more
This place is absolutely wonderful architecturally and has a beautiful parklike entrance. It is well located for a pleasant stroll into the main part of town. The room was very nice and met our needs particularly well. The only negative would be, if you are staying on level one there are no lifts, so bags have to be carried up stairs - which is no good for the elderly or my husband who has a bad knee. Front desk staff were very nice - thought restaurant staff were very average. Collapse
To Stay Or Not To Stay? That is the question
Stay Date: 03/2018, OAP_11 wrote this review.
And the answer is definitely yes! This historic hotel, which stands in beautiful grounds, is well-situated for a walk over the bridge to the RSC, to do the tourist trail, or to shop in the town. We stayed in a Classic room which was comfortable,… See more
And the answer is definitely yes! This historic hotel, which stands in beautiful grounds, is well-situated for a walk over the bridge to the RSC, to do the tourist trail, or to shop in the town. We stayed in a Classic room which was comfortable, adequately equipped and quite large enough for two. The standard of the housekeeping in bedroom and bathroom was first-class and certainly could not be faulted. Our great disappointment was with the dinner menu not, I hastily add, with the quality of the food which was excellent. The small menu is a la carte only, with no table d'hote or daily specials which after a couple of nights rather limits options. The dishes in the Grills section, with the exception of the halloumi, all carry a supplement of between £4 and £7 which seems extraordinary but is, I understand, company policy. Having decided, despite the supplement, to eat rib eye steak and lamb loin one night we thoroughly enjoyed the very high quality of the meat and presentation of the dishes which was first rate. The outstanding breakfast must also be mentioned, too. It really is perfect for those who like to eat in the traditional manner in the mornings but there is also a continental option for those who don't. Unfortunately, the supplements reared their ugly heads once again with £3 extra for both kippers and smoked haddock. So silly, when they are easy to prepare and require very little extra effort or skill in the kitchen. For those of us who buy and eat such things regularly at home, its incomprehensible and dents the hotel's image. The staff must have a mention because they were outstanding, as smiling and cheerful throughout the busy times as they were when the hotel was quieter and so kind to our visiting young children. Alveston Manor also has a listening management, responding to comments and concerns in a positive manner, which is a great strength in this day and age when complaining is very fashionable and often unjustified. We'd recommend anyone to stay at this hotel. Collapse
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