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Your comfort and safety are our top priority when you stay at the three Queens Hotel. The warmest of welcomes starts when you walk through our doors and are greeted by our friendly staff. Located just a 5-minute walk from the centre of Burton on Trent, The Three Queens Hotel & Lodge offers a wide range of quality accommodations to suit all tastes and budgets. Whether your trip is for business or leisure, the Three Queens Hotel & Lodge is ideally located and competitively priced. Alton Towers, Donnington Park Race Circuit, Uttoxeter Racecourse, Drayton Manor Park & Zoo, historic Lichfield, and the Potteries are no more than 30 minutes drive away. Hotel Parking: This hotel offers complimentary on-site parking.

Local Attractions

Alton Towers Alton Towers, located in the heart of the Staffordshire Moorlands, boasts a splendid location in the heart of the Staffordshire Moorlands has one disadvantage! Apart from the on-site hotel, there is little local accommodation nearby. However, if you're planning to visit Alton Towers, you might consider staying at the Three Queens Lodge in Burton upon Trent, a family-friendly option with spacious Family rooms. Cake Abbey With peeling paintwork and overgrown courtyards, Cake Abbey tells the story of the dramatic decline of a grand country-house estate. Chats worth House Welcome to Chats worth House, set in the heart of the Peak District in Derbyshire. Donnington Park Racing Circuit In the heart of England, Donnington Park Circuit is one of the UK’s most popular racing circuits. It is the venue for exciting, prestigious events such as The British Touring Car Championship, European Truck Grand Prix, and British Super bikes, to name just a few. Dayton Manor Park Dayton Manor Park is home to some of the biggest, wettest, and scariest rides. If you're planning a visit, you can explore accommodation options like the Dayton Manor hotel or other hotels in Burton upon Trent to make the most of your trip. Forest Four-Wheel Driving Experience Forest Four-Wheel Drive is set in The National Forest in an area of new woodland, which forms part of a working farm. Kedleston Hall Take a trip back to the 1760s at this spectacular Neo-classical mansion framed by historic parkland. If you're looking for nearby accommodations, you can consider options like Rose's Retreat. National Forest Wonderful woodland walks, Forest experiences, historic houses, exciting visitor centers, sparkling lakes, cozy guesthouses, log cabins in sun-dappled glades, and fantastic festivals - these are just waiting for you in The National Forest. National Memorial Arboretum Located only nine miles from the Three Queens Lodge, the National Memorial Arboretum is the United Kingdom's living and lasting memorial to commemorate and celebrate those who have given their lives in the service of their country, all who have served and those who have suffered as a result of the conflict. The National Brewery Centre The National Brewery Centre is a world-class museum and visitor center celebrating Burton upon Trent's proud brewing heritage and its influence on brewing techniques worldwide. If you plan to visit, you can explore nearby accommodation options, including B&Bs in Burton upon Trent and hotels in the area. The National Exhibition Centre (NEC) In 1976, The National Exhibition Centre (The NEC) opened its hallowed doors and changed the UK’s exhibition scene forever; it was a day to be remembered – The Queen even popped by. Tut bury Castle Situated in the heart of England, Tut bury Castle sits on wooded slopes overlooking the winding River Dove, with spectacular views across the plain of the Dove to the beautiful Derbyshire hills. Its commanding view and natural defensive position make this a prominent site for a castle. Attometer Racecourse In 1907 admission to the racecourse cost just one shilling (5p) and was patronized mainly by the county's nobility, gentry, and sportsmen. In 1988, when the late Sir Stanley Clarke took over, the transformation into the racecourse that we know today truly began. If you're planning to attend races at Uttoxeter Racecourse, you might want to explore nearby accommodation options in Burton upon Trent, including B&Bs and hotels.

Three Queens Hotel Location


Finally, unwind. You may relax knowing you'll be sleeping in a safe environment.

The Three Queens Hotel is set near the centre of Burton-upon-Trent, an area best known for its brewing industrial heritage. The reception is open from 8 am to 10 pm, with the night porter on duty from 10 pm to 8 am. There is also free parking on-site and complimentary WiFi throughout the hotel. A big day out, quiet in the country, or city sights? The Three Queens Hotel Burton on Trent provides everything. You'll be situated in a beautiful position near river Trent, St. George's Park and a great place to explore the business and tourist hotspots in the West Midlands. Visit Drayton Manor Theme Park or Alton Towers and go on a wild ride. Visit St. George's Park to show your support. Take an afternoon stroll in the Alrewas National Memorial Arboretum or visit the National Brewery Centre for a tasting tour. Then unwind with a delicious lunch at a nearby restaurant and a comfortable night's sleep in your bed.

Rooms at the Three Queens Hotel have a modern design, and each features a TV with Free view and radio channels and a private bathroom. The hotel is near many attractions. Alton Towers is a 43-minute journey in the car from the hotel. For something a little closer, Racecourse and Donington Park Racing Circuit are just a 30-minute drive away. East Midlands Airport is close to the hotel.