Comfy bed, decent-sized room, but it stank of the previous occupant having smoked in it, and the windows were wide open when we arrived at 1am so it was also freezing! Without the smoke issue, I'd recommend it.
An award winning, 60 bedroom, designer limited service hotel in the centre of Regency Cheltenham, offering value for money …More
Very clean, staff polite, room was a bit hot, but had aircon and an openable window. We were able to book this for 3 kids and 1 adult... a selection most hotels don't allow for a double and sofa bed. Sausages were not very nice.
Hotel was a bit further out of Cheltenham than we had expected, but buses pass by frequently. Close to M5 motorway.
Restaurant and a lovely breakfast you could not fault. Rooms have been recently refurbished.
The member of staff that checked us in was rude. All other staff members were really polite and helpful.
The friendly folks at BEST WESTERN Cheltenham Regency Hotel will make life easier than ever during your stay... with help …More
Spent one night during a tour of the Cotswold area. The hotel is on a very quiet street adjoining a green square. Proprietors were very friendly and helpful. Room was nice--larger than some small British hotels--extremely clean, very modern bathroom. One big window overlooking Clarence Square. Also has its own small car park so parking was easy. The included breakfast had everything from full English to fruit and pastry. Easy walk into the downtown area. The steps are pretty steep (no elevator) but the proprietor carried the luggage.
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Clarence Court hotel offers the perfect location for both business and leisure travellers - Quietly situated on one of …More
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.