Located in the chic Montpellier district of Cheltenham. The hotel is an elegant grade II listed villa with a modern crescent and courtyard, resulting in a stunning mix of new and old. Over four floors the 61 bedrooms are all unique. There are rooms with sun lounges, balconies as well as bedrooms with open plan bathrooms. All finished off with Egyptian cotton bed linen, free wi-fi, complimentary mini bar and i-pod touch, nespresso machines. The main restaurant features a theatre style kitchen with an open hearth oven, opening out onto a garden room, terrace and landscaped courtyard. Three distinctive meeting rooms, make an ideal venue for smaller gatherings.
The Montpellier Chapter is part of the following Editors' Picks:
"Cheltenham Music Festival, 3 - 14th July. Cheltenham is one of the oldest music festivals in Britain. It began in 1945 and has established a reputation for premiering new works; nearly 300 first performances have been given to date. The festival now boasts its own ensemble who play in the Regency elegance of the Pump Room, also in Cheltenham College Chapel and Tewkesbury Abbey. Reflecting Cheltenhams’ traditions but also its innovative spirit The Montepellier Chapter looks like a classic Regency townhouse but its stylish new rooms feature iPods and Nespresso machines."
"Located in the chic Montpellier district of Cheltenham this contemporary hotel restaurant has modernity at its core, from the minimalist design to its i-Pad wine menu! This season they have a fantastic value festive menu, offering two courses for just £13.50. As well as featuring traditional favourites such as roast turkey with all the trimmings, it also offers more creative dishes such as the roast beetroot salad with rich Dolcelatte and lentils. After dinner head to the bar and savour a glass of mulled wine or one of their winter warmer cocktails."
"Occupying a commanding corner position in the chic Montpellier district of Regency Cheltenham, this modern hotel is housed in a converted Grade II listed Georgian villa. Sympathetic extension work has created the feel of a stylish wine bar with a well-stocked library lounge, 60 bedrooms and a penthouse. Innovations include the winelist on an iPad and a four-room steam spa."
Information on The Montpellier Chapter hotel , Bayshill Road , Montpellier , Cheltenham
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: 9 Regular, 13 Superior, 11 Deluxe, 27 Feature, 1 Penthouse
|Room rates guide:||
Suites from: £420.00
Room with Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted: Amex, Delta, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permitted (Please advise us in advance of your stay)
Romantic Details: Penthouse with an outside terrace overlooking the rooves of Cheltenham. Champagne or sparkling wine can be available in a room on request along with flowers and chocolater truffles if requested
Eco Friendly: Electric courtsey car for guests. Two recharging points for guests with electric cars, Where ever possible local suppliers are used for the restaurant and bar. Guests are offered the option to reuse their towels for stays longer than 24hrs, Solar panels on the top of the building offer power to heat the water, Energy saving bulbs (20%)
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Wheelchair Access Details: Ramp access, DDA Toilet, the bar and restaurant are ground floor without steps. We have 3 dedicated disabled-access rooms which have bathrooms adapted for wheelchair users. Two are on the ground floor, one on the first floor, with good access to the lift so are suitable for wheelchair users and elderly/less mobile guests
Flat screen TV, IPod touch, Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access, Balcony with some rooms, Luxury toiletries, Egyptian cotton bedlinen, Mini-bar, Nespresso machine
Terrace and landscaped courtyard, There is a small gym area available for residents of the hotel and also a spa which uses Aromatherapy Associates products, Lounge bar, There is an ulitmate library featuring a collection of curated books for residents to borrow during their stay, Restaurant, 3 meeting rooms, Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access throughout the hotel
Cheltenaham Race course: home to the world famous Gold Cup, this jump course offers highly regarded meets during the jump seaon each year, The Festivals: during each year there are four main festivals held within the town, the most famous of which are the Literature festival in October and the Jazz festival in May. Held within easy walking distance of the hotel these festivals offer a wonderful opporutnity to get up close and personal to some of the stars. The festival offers a wide selection of events for all levels of interest, Shopping: a few steps away from the hotel, Montpellier offers a selection of independantly owned boutique shops, from antiques to exclusive clothes shops, There are a wealth of activites in and around Cheltenham: Pitville Pump Room, Westonbirt Arboretum, The Forest of Dean, Bourton on the Water, Gloucester Docks, Beatrix Potter museum in Gloucester, Cotswold Water park, Cotswold Farm and Wildlife Park, Tewkesbury Abbey, Worcester and Gloucester Cathedrals
|Local directions:||From Birmingham, take junction 10 off the M5. Follow signs for town centre. From Gloucester or Exeter, take junction 11 off the M5. Follow signs for town centre. From London, Oxford or Swindon take the A435 towards the town centre.|
Nearest major city:
Nearest major airport:
Nearest railway stn:
Cheltenham (0.5 miles) (10 mins)
Birmingham (54.7 miles) (1 hour, 5 mins) , Bristol (42.4 miles) (1 hour, 54 mins)
Cheltenham Spa (1 mile) (10 mins)
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Thu 19 Jul 2012 – Tue 31 Dec 2013
Enjoy 2 nights bed and breakfast, including 2 treatments during your stay(either a 30 minute aromatherapy massage or facial) Indulge yourself with a luxurious choice of treatments by REN. Our stylish spa has four spacious treatment rooms. All treatments need to be pre-booked prior to arrival.
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