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No 131, Cheltenham

131 Promenade, Cheltenham GL50 1NW, UK
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5 Star Rating
28 May 2018No 131Tags: Cheltenham, UK, Boutique reviewsThe Bill: £220 per night
 

No 131 can be found located in the popular spa town of Cheltenham. No 131 boasts a wonderfully central location, and is quite the sight, being a grand Grade II listed Georgian townhouse. This was not our first visit to this stunning boutique hotel, and we were excited to return to experience its beautiful interiors once again.

You almost feel like you’re entering into someone’s home when you enter the building, as you will find the reception desk neatly presented underneath the staircase. After an efficient and friendly check in, we were relieved of our luggage and shown to our Very Good room. Once again we were highly impressed with the interior décor and style of the furnishings in our room. With a nod to the original character of the building, our room boasted wonderful high ceilings and large windows allowing for a wealth of natural light.

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Our room was complete with a large and comfortable bed, and amenities including a flatscreen TV with Sky and Apple TV, as well as an iPod docking station, a well-stocked mini bar along with an espresso machine. The bathroom was tastefully thought out and included two drench style walk-in showers along with his and hers wash basins.

“Each piece of furniture or art you see in No 131 has been hand selected by the team’s interior designers, who have done a fantastic job in making this hotel really stand out.”

The stunning décor continues throughout the hotel, which somehow seems to incorporate the old style of the building with funky and chic design pieces. Each piece of furniture or art you see in No 131 has been hand selected by the team’s interior designers, who have done a fantastic job in making this hotel really stand out.

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You’ll find a bar in the basement of the building, Crazy Eights, which is fun and lively and serves up some fantastic cocktails. They have a DJ on some nights of the week, and also serve up some great food. The main restaurant can be found on the ground floor, which offers a more formal affair with some fabulous, seasonal food.

Also on the ground floor you will find plenty of space with comfortable seating where you can curl up and enjoy a selection of books and magazines whilst enjoying a drink. If you think of a private members club in London, your expectation would not be far misplaced.

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Once again, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at No 131 and look forward to returning in the future. It’s the perfect base from which to explore the delights of Cheltenham, whilst still feeling at the heart of the action. This hotel comes highly recommended by us.

 
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