Absolutely first class from go to whoa.Friendly,helpful staff.Beautiful rooms with first class fixtures.On site facilities of the highest standard.Would recommend to all.
The hotel was clean, the amenities in the room was very satisfactory and the continental breakfast choice was very good.
An unassuming entry but room is beautiful. Heated floors in the bedroom an nice feature and best bathroom on our trip. Breakfast by far the best we have had.
It was OK, bit grubby.
We loved this hotel. Great location - lovely room, wonderful service and fabulous food. Will definitely return.
Very friendly staff, superb service and well located
Convenient location for those with girls studying at CLC
Great location, beautiful property and garden. Our room was very small but we made it work. Next time we'd opt for larger room. The only disappointing thing was the breakfast, We stayed here on the recommendation of my sister who stayed here in Nov. They raved about the fabulous breakfast, apparently ...
Opened in 1813 as the Cheltenham Provident Dispensary, Cheltenham General Hospital is today owned by Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Trust. Home to 16 wards and a number of specialist departments, the hospital is just a 5-minute drive from Cheltenham Spa train station, and conveniently located for those staying in a chain hotel or B&B in the town centre.
Whether you are visiting relatives at Cheltenham General Hospital, have an appointment or are in town on business, Cheltenham has a range of accommodation to choose from. Chain hotels are ideal for business travellers, with free self-parking, free WiFi and conference/meeting facilities. For those who prefer to stay in more characterful accommodation, independent hotels and B&Bs are a wise choice. Hotels such as No.131, just a 15-minute walk from the hospital, provide individually decorated rooms with iPod docks and satellite TVs, perfect for business guests or families travelling with children.
After a delicious breakfast at your hotel, why not head into town for some shopping? Gift shops and independent boutiques on The Parade are the perfect place to pick up a gift before your hospital visit, whilst families can enjoy shopping at chain stores on the High Street. Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum is a great place to spend a rainy afternoon, learning more about the town's history or taking part in a craft workshop. If you fancy something a little more active, The Cotswolds are on your doorstep, with miles of cycling and hiking trails to explore. Or take a day trip to Berkeley to visit Berkeley Castle and Cattle Country Adventure Park, where you'll find a whole host of indoor and outdoor activities for kids of all ages.
Whether you are travelling to Cheltenham for business or leisure, you'll find the hotels here offer excellent amenities. Whilst 4 and 5-star hotels may offer designer toiletries and iPod docks, even budget B&Bs provide comfortable accommodation with free WiFi and free self-parking, ideal for families. Larger hotels offer meeting and conference spaces, complimentary newspapers and room service - great if you are visiting Cheltenham General Hospital on business.
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