Very pleasing bar restaurant hotel in an excellent location opposite the Town Hall Imperial Square and Gardens. Staff were most friendly, welcoming and helpful throughout my stay. Facilities at the hotel were of a high standard although the lack of a stand to put my suitcase on in the room meant that it was once again on the floor. Many hotels forget this basic necessity! Unfortunately my stay was during one of the hottest days of the year and as there is no air-conditioning in the rooms it became rather uncomfortably hot. They did provide portable electric fans to help but I rather feel that when a hotel charges its customers the very top prices then they should provide the very top facilities. I would however recommend this hotel without hesitation and the continental breakfast was excellent with the option to purchase a wide range of additional cooked items.
We were very pleased with this hotel, set in beautiful grounds and easy to find.
Was a bit of a long walk to our room with our bags but worth it.
Great sized room with large comfortable bed and a view onto the grounds.
The room was light and airy and comfortable with a good TV.
Everywhere was really clean but the bathroom needs some updating.
Evening meal in the hotels restaurant was truely excellent, we really enjoyed it.
All the staff were friendly, polite and very efficient.
The best bit for me was aswim in the pool at non extra charge, Excellent value.
Will definately return.
We have just returned from this hotel for a weekend break,and must say was pleasantly surprised by how lovely the hotel was. The room was large with flat screen T.v, tea and coffe facilities, hairdryer and the beds were so comfy and large. There is also a big car park so need to worry for getting parking space.
I would highly recommend this hotel and will certainly go back again.
The town centre is just 3 miles away and the bus route is very good, the bus stop is directly outside the hotel and run every 10minutes or so.
Traveller from Chester
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We booked 3 previlige rooms for our families couple of nights stay. These room are spacious and comfortable. 2 of the rooms had been newly renovated. One of the room had a lumpy mattress and they transferred us to another newly renovated room. The breakfast is good but nothing special. We did dine in the hotel restaurant. The food was excellent and good value. On the whole a very enjoyable stay. One warning though - parking is £10 per night!
Very nice hotel, friendly staff, room nicely decorated and comfortable. Good breakfast. Well located for walking into Cheltenham centre (10-15 mins) and easy to get out of the town to explore the Cotswolds.
Traveller from Derbyshire
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We chose this hotel because it was near to the Jazz Festival in Montpelier and it had the added bonus of live jazz in its bar at night. It was an extra treat to have breakfast with the Average White Band who were also guests! We love the Hotel du Vin brand and the Cheltenham hotel exceeded expectations. We had stayed at the Montpelier Chapter a fortnight previously and found Hotel du Vin a far better choice in terms of accommodation and the professionalism of its staff. We can't wait to return and next time use its spa facilities.
Visit this historic spa town on the edge of the Cotswolds for a culture immersion at the many museums and galleries. Known for its festivals celebrating jazz, literature, science, and film, this area welcomes crowds each March for the Cheltenham Festival to watch horseracing, jumping, and the nationally known Gold Cup. Architectural marvels include the Pittville Pump Room in Cheltenham Town Hall.