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|February||Cheapest month to stay with an average 48% drop in price.|
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Top tips for finding the perfect Cheltenham hotel
- Some of the best luxury hotels in Cheltenham are found a short stroll south of the town centre, along an attractive, tree-lined road known as the Promenade. These include the 4-star No 131 in an elegant Georgian townhouse overlooking the green lawns and pretty flower borders of Imperial Square.
- Hotels in Cheltenham for afternoon tea include the 4-star Hotel du Vin on Parabola Road, a 5-minute walk from the town centre and serving beautiful tiers of treats and tasty gin and tonics from their French-inspired drawing room. The hotel’s sister, the Malmaison Hotel, also serves afternoon tea but with a modern twist and is on Bayshill Road in Montpellier, a well-to-do area known for its Regency-style buildings and pleasant parks, located just south of the town centre.
- Bargain hunters looking for a cheap hotel in the town centre will find good value for their money at the aptly-named Central Hotel on Portland Street, with free parking, Wi-Fi and studio rooms equipped with a small kitchenette.
- Family-friendly hotels in Cheltenham town centre include the Holiday Inn Express on Dunalley Street, which has spacious family rooms -- and children under the age of 18 stay for free. Catering to a similar mid-range budget is the Premier Inn, opposite the buzzing Brewery Quarter, with modern, stylish bedrooms and plenty of shops and restaurants right on your doorstep.
- For a romantic stay in a boutique hotel, leafy Pittville on the northern edge of the town centre is a quiet, residential area with good links to Cheltenham Racecourse. Hotels here include the Cotswold Grange Hotel on Pittville Circus Road, with rooms blending period furnishings with modern fixtures, and the Cheltenham Townhouse Hotel, which is a luxury B&B offering both bedrooms and studio apartments in a Regency-era building overlooking Pittville Park.
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