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Business trip to a hotel in Burton upon Trent

DE14 2JJ Burton upon Trent, East Staffordshire City center: 3.9 km
Dbl. from 44.00EUR
8.3
DE13 9PD Burton upon Trent, East Staffordshire City center: 6.5 km
Dbl. from 160.84EUR
DE14 2WF Burton upon Trent, East Staffordshire City center: 1.1 km
Dbl. from 77.53EUR
8.2
DE13 8EH Burton upon Trent, East Staffordshire City center: 3.9 km
Dbl. from 46.00EUR
DE13 0DJ Burton upon Trent, East Staffordshire City center: 4 km
Dbl. from 81.00EUR
7.8
DE13 8EG Burton upon Trent, East Staffordshire City center: 3.9 km
Dbl. from 46.00EUR
DE14 3EP Burton upon Trent, East Staffordshire City center: 0.9 km
5.4
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Situated on the River Trent, in the district of East Staffordshire, the old brewing town of Burton upon Trent maintains a traditional feel to it, but that doesn’t mean that it hasn’t moved into the future too. Here you’ll find world class hotels offering business and conference rooms with all modern communication devices. A hotel in Burton upon Trent is a quiet place, excellent for improving productivity, but with regular connections to Nottingham and Birmingham, you needn’t feel cut off from the rest of the business world.

What is there to do in East Staffordshire out of hours?

Get away from it all in the East Staffordshire countryside which is full of hiking opportunities. Choose from the Peak District National Park, with its dramatic scenery, the rolling hills of Cannock Chase or the National Forest with its 320 square km of woodland and open space. Nature lovers will struggle to find a better location. Closer to town, find a traditional pub and sample some of the town’s famous beer, or take a train to Birmingham for all the services of a major city. Burton upon Trent is a premier shopping hob, boasting three malls with a good mixture of shops.

What are the business credentials of Burton upon Trent?

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Burton upon Trent hosts a well-known independent brewer’s festival at the National Brewery Centre annually. Other than that, the town boasts several excellent quality business venues with all needs catered for. The nearby city of Birmingham is home to the National Exhibition Centre among other venues. Here a huge variety of shows are held covering everything from motor homes and caravans to solar energy and nursing care.

What attractions should I visit from my hotel in Burton upon Trent?

Leave the comfort of your Burton upon Trent hotel and head to the National Brewery Centre, the town’s must-see attraction. Celebrating local brewing history, the centre houses a museum, micro-brewery, café and authentic cooperage. For some lively entertainment, the Brewhouse showcases performing arts of all kinds, offering everything from music and dance to theatre and comedy, the Brewhouse is one of Burton upon Trent’s best loved venues. Nearby, Tamwoth Castle, sits over the River Tame. This 12th century castle has been well restored and is a Grade 1 listed building.