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Cheltenham Regency Hotel
Gloucester Road
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire

GL51 0SS | View map

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Both location and style make this hotel the perfect choice for a relaxing stay or a convenient setting for your business needs. The hotel has 49 en suite bedrooms and ample free parking. Cheltenham Regency Hotel features a bar and a restaurant offering a superb selection; from simple bar snacks to an excellent la carte menu. A large function room holds up to 180 people. The hotel was acquired by Drew Hotels and is currently mid way through a comprehensive refurbishment of its facilities.

The elegant and friendly Cheltenham Regency Hotel is conveniently located only a few miles from the centre of Regency Cheltenham, yet only minutes from the motorway network. The hotel has a selection of en suite bedrooms including suites and four-poster beds. The hotel bar and restaurant offers a superb selection of menus from a simple bar snack to an excellent la carte menu. We also have a large function room which holds up to 180 people for any occasion.

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