We love it when clients come to visit our beautiful building, and even more so when they decide to stay over and enjoy a little slice of Cheltenham life.
If you’re ever looking for accommodation, here’s our ‘where to stay in Cheltenham’ guide…
Hotel du Vin opened directly opposite Factor 3 in July 2007 (much to our delight). Guests can enjoy rainfall showers and roll top baths in their tastefully appointed rooms within the regency building. The Guardian’s description of it as ‘… country club comfort in a very un-stuffy way’ accurately portrays the general feel of the place. The brasserie and bar are favourites of ours and we couldn’t have a nearer spa to keep us all looking shiny.
The Bradley is a relatively recent newcomer to our favourites list. This listed townhouse just around the corner has been lovingly restored by Chris and Sue and offers unique, individually appointed rooms, decorated with carefully sourced antiques and curios alongside good old fashioned quality customer service.
Montpellier Chapter originally named Kandinsky’s, and renowned for its quirky décor and a basement nightclub, the hotel group Chapter took over in 2008 and gave the building a huge makeover. The period building now has an air of understated modernism with all the latest technology (wine list on an iPad), a large central courtyard garden, and a basement spa.
Another listed Georgian building (we are surrounded by them!) that has been comfortably refurbished to house 31 bedrooms, a restaurant, 2 private dining/meeting rooms, and a bar.
Probably the best known hotel in Cheltenham for its imposing white building overlooking Imperial Gardens and The Promenade. A favourite with the festivals crowd, this 84 room hotel has an air of traditional quality. Bedrooms have undergone a makeover in recent years, the star of which is their racing themed suite with views across the gardens from the bath!
This 152 room hotel is set on the outskirts of Cheltenham boasting a health club and views across the local golf club. If you book well ahead, it’s a good bet for a peaceful night’s sleep away from the hustle and bustle of Race Week in March.