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Cowley Manor Experimental
4.2/569 Reviews

Cowley Manor Experimental

Cheltenham|7.82km from city centre
I was excited to go back after the refurbishment, having had a great time previously. We had to wait for the girl on the spa reception to finish her chat before acknowledging us. We were given some forms and told to take a seat. The spa was filled with children who were running riots. We were told when booking the arrival drink was tea or coffee, so we ordered a coffee and was told the coffee machine was broken so could only have herbal tea. So we were not off to a good start. Then off to get changed where the girl said there would be towels and flip flops already in the locker. Only one of us had a locker with this in. So we had to interrupt the receptionists chat to get those. The facilities have not been refurbished, and the steam room smelt so bad we couldn't bear to use it. Indoor pool is lovely, but it needs a bit of music or something. Cups and mugs and towels were left throughout the whole morning. Treatments we had booked for the same time as per my confirmation. We sat waiting, two of my friends went through, and I sat there, so I asked and was told my treatment was 30 minutes later. I queried this, and she said the manager had moved it some time ago. There was an apology that I hadn't been informed but added to the already there frustration. The treatment itself was amazing, my therapist really listened to what I wanted and delivered(sorry I forgot your name, brown hair and glasses, but you really do deserve credit) in fact, all of us were blown away by the treatments. Although, you can hear absolutely everything from the treatment room. could hear the same girl from the desk, noise from the gym and every time someone opened the changing room. As this was a treat for a friend we did not make a fuss, we paid and went for lunch earlier than planned. We went through to the hotel, where the receptionist was busy looking at her mobile over helping us. We made our own way to the restaurant. I did absolutely love the decor in the main hotel and that felt as though it really transformed. Lunch was great, service was excellent. We didn't get any names, but everyone who served us was fabulous. Things were on the look up! We decided to stay in the bar and lounge area for our coffee, finally! We really eally enjoyed the atmosphere up there. Overall, I wouldn't go back to the spa, the expierience of the spa itself wasn't relaxing or luxury. I can't wait to go back for lunch.

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Hotel du Vin Cheltenham
4.2/5109 Reviews

Hotel du Vin Cheltenham

Cheltenham|0.32km from city centre
Booked into this hotel for the night of the 15th August as it was the closest to where I needed to be on business for a couple of days. Wow! What a gem of a find! First Impressions of the hotel were very good everything looked at such a high Standard of cleanliness. I was welcomed to the hotel by such a lovely attentive girl on reception and allocated room “chateau Pesque” which I believe to be a deluxe room. Beautiful room, complete with everything you may need for a very comfortable stay and again the room has been serviced to a very high standard. Fantastic walk in monsoon shower and a roll top bath in the bedroom with L’occitane products which I do use at home and they are so lovely. The bed was so very comfortable and during this hot weather we have been experiencing the fully functioning Air Con in the room was a complete blessing. It was great to be able to control it myself as most hotels use a centrally controlled function. I definitely had a lovely nights sleep. The staff at the bar are so welcoming and there is a nice little terrace to sit at down the stairs from the bar. I ordered room service and chose the chicken Normandy which was absolutely delicious.” And cooked to perfection. The wifi worked perfectly and I was able to watch Netflix on the evening on my iPad without any buffering. The breakfast was beautiful, yes as others have said maybe a little costly at £18.50 but it’s quality and service for me and you certainly get what you pay for as the food is beautiful and lots of choice on the breakfast menu from a full English to grilled kippers plus you can also help yourself to the plentiful choices from their country table. I have been staying at up to 3 different hotels nationwide nearly every week for 7 years now in my current position , so I do think I’m more than qualified to say the Du Vin Cheltenham is up there in my list as one of the best I have personally experienced (and that’s been a fair few) It’s about the whole experience for me: the staff, the service, the food and cleanliness and comfort of this hotel and in my opinion the Du Vin has it all. I do not have any negatives to add at all. I do hope to experience this hotel again in the near future and would fully recommend to my colleagues friends and family. Thank you for a lovely stay.
Kingsmuir Hotel
3.5/549 Reviews

Kingsmuir Hotel

Cheltenham|1.05km from city centre
This was by far the cheapest accommodation available on Hotels.com for the day of my visit to Cheltenham. Cheaper even than the local inns and well-known chain hotels. So I'm confused by the many negative reviews for the place from people expecting steak at burger prices. Yes, there are negatives. The room carpet sported several large stains of dubious origin, but that's perhaps inevitable when the breakfast is self-service and in-room. The wardrobe door handle came off, but was still usable. The electric shower sounded like a jet engine; could be a problem for some. Into nitpicking territory, the tv was small, relative to the size of the room. Guest parking is minimal, and Pittville Circus has double-yellows. Yes, there are positives. The room and bed were comfortable and warm. There's a bath and a shower; rooms in the budget price bracket don't often have both. Plenty of clean, matching towels and the usual toiletries. As well as the requisite tea/coffee/biscuits, there's also a cupboard containing a fridge, microwave, cutlery/crockery and enough cereal, pastries, juice, yogurts, tinned and fresh fruit to easily feed two at breakfast. The building retains many original architectural features. The place lands somewhere between an old-school seaside lodging house and Mr Bean's bedsit. Secure building/room access is via a code provided upon booking confirmation. I'd stay again. It's somewhere to sleep and at around £50 for the night, you shouldn't expect more than that.

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University of Gloucestershire Pittville Student Village

Kingsmuir Hotel
3.5/549 Reviews

Kingsmuir Hotel

Cheltenham|1.06km from University of Gloucestershire Pittville Student Village
This was by far the cheapest accommodation available on Hotels.com for the day of my visit to Cheltenham. Cheaper even than the local inns and well-known chain hotels. So I'm confused by the many negative reviews for the place from people expecting steak at burger prices. Yes, there are negatives. The room carpet sported several large stains of dubious origin, but that's perhaps inevitable when the breakfast is self-service and in-room. The wardrobe door handle came off, but was still usable. The electric shower sounded like a jet engine; could be a problem for some. Into nitpicking territory, the tv was small, relative to the size of the room. Guest parking is minimal, and Pittville Circus has double-yellows. Yes, there are positives. The room and bed were comfortable and warm. There's a bath and a shower; rooms in the budget price bracket don't often have both. Plenty of clean, matching towels and the usual toiletries. As well as the requisite tea/coffee/biscuits, there's also a cupboard containing a fridge, microwave, cutlery/crockery and enough cereal, pastries, juice, yogurts, tinned and fresh fruit to easily feed two at breakfast. The building retains many original architectural features. The place lands somewhere between an old-school seaside lodging house and Mr Bean's bedsit. Secure building/room access is via a code provided upon booking confirmation. I'd stay again. It's somewhere to sleep and at around £50 for the night, you shouldn't expect more than that.

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Cheltenham Racecourse

Kingsmuir Hotel
3.5/549 Reviews

Kingsmuir Hotel

Cheltenham|1.68km from Cheltenham Racecourse
This was by far the cheapest accommodation available on Hotels.com for the day of my visit to Cheltenham. Cheaper even than the local inns and well-known chain hotels. So I'm confused by the many negative reviews for the place from people expecting steak at burger prices. Yes, there are negatives. The room carpet sported several large stains of dubious origin, but that's perhaps inevitable when the breakfast is self-service and in-room. The wardrobe door handle came off, but was still usable. The electric shower sounded like a jet engine; could be a problem for some. Into nitpicking territory, the tv was small, relative to the size of the room. Guest parking is minimal, and Pittville Circus has double-yellows. Yes, there are positives. The room and bed were comfortable and warm. There's a bath and a shower; rooms in the budget price bracket don't often have both. Plenty of clean, matching towels and the usual toiletries. As well as the requisite tea/coffee/biscuits, there's also a cupboard containing a fridge, microwave, cutlery/crockery and enough cereal, pastries, juice, yogurts, tinned and fresh fruit to easily feed two at breakfast. The building retains many original architectural features. The place lands somewhere between an old-school seaside lodging house and Mr Bean's bedsit. Secure building/room access is via a code provided upon booking confirmation. I'd stay again. It's somewhere to sleep and at around £50 for the night, you shouldn't expect more than that.

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Top rated hotels in Cheltenham

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The George
4/5107 Reviews
Boutique hotel, the room is clean and tidy, the location is very good, very close to CLC, it is very convenient to go to the town, I will definitely choose to stay next time.
Premier Inn Cheltenham Town Centre
4.3/542 Reviews
Had an amazing experience for the November races, Tia and Lainey couldn’t of made our stay any better! They are an absolute credit to your team! The rooms were up to standards, so clean and housekeepers were very thorough. I will definitely be staying here again!
Queens Hotel Cheltenham
4.2/5107 Reviews
It is a very good hotel, the big lawn is facing the town hall at the entrance of the hotel, and the back door is a big park. There are many restaurants around and there are supermarkets within a 5-minute walk. The hotel room is very nice, clean and tidy. The hotel has a rich breakfast, English, omelette or cake. The front desk and service staff are very welcoming. The Cotswold attractions are all within a 30-40 minute drive from the hotel. In short, a very good stay experience.
The Sheep on Sheep Street Hotel
4.3/569 Reviews
This town was outside our plan and gave us an unexpected surprise. It is a beautiful town, don’t miss it. The hotel room is not big, and there is free parking in the yard behind the hotel. The bathroom is a bit short. My husband is 189cm tall and has to lower his head and cannot stand up straight. Our room was on the second floor and there was no elevator. Fortunately, we didn't have to carry too many things up the stairs when we drove. The soundproofing is not very good, you can hear the conversation next door. The breakfast was great and the restaurant manager was very welcoming! Will go here next time.
Strozzi Palace Suites by Mansley
4.6/579 Reviews
Liked : Very modern, well maintained apartment. Helpful staff (on phone as the property reception is unmanned) who assisted with early check in request. Aircon was excellent. Everything was very clean and comfortable. Will return. Disliked · There was nothing not to like! Despite the top floor of the building being very warm, the aircon in the suite worked perfectly and was already on when I checked in. There was slight noise from adjoining suites, but this was minor. The property was excellent, thank you.
Chestnut Bed and Breakfast
4.1/576 Reviews
Bourton-on-the-water , Had a wonderful stay 5-8th January 2024 for my partners 41st Birthday celebration. Lodgings were comfortable, cosy, very well located & included a superb Breakfast, hot & very tasty. Isabella, the hosts representative was brilliant, very helpful, well mannered, polite and extremely assistive, ( P.S hope you enjoyed your Magnum's :-) Do not expect The Savoy level of stay when paying Travelodge prices, Building is old and quirky, wonky doors, walls, floors, etc, but has much character, lovely spaces and is very clean, tidy and well serviced. Was a great base for exploring all the Cotswolds has to offer, would defo stay again. A few things to note, in busy summer months Bourton is absolutely rammed, excessively busy, beware ! From the end of the first week of January most businesses close for 2-3 weeks holiday, as open most of the Christmas 🎄 period, for Food shopping and supplies there's a great Co-op about 5 minutes walk from chestnuts use the alleyways its quickest route. ☆☆☆☆☆

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Highest Price£850
Lowest Price£45
Number of Reviews4,925
Number of Hotels1,110
Average Price (Weekdays)£187
Average Price (Weekends)£217