Following recommendations and requirements issued by the government and health authorities, our hotel is now closed. We continue to closely monitor the advice and information being issued from government and health authorities, for up to date information please visit our dedicated COVID page.
Whether you’re visiting for the races, taking a business trip or enjoying a romantic weekend break, your hotel in Cheltenham should be nothing short of top-notch. From shopping centres to beautiful gardens, cafes and restaurants, our four star Cheltenham hotel is perfectly placed to make sure your stay is exactly as you imagined, and much more besides.
Jurys Inn Cheltenham is located just off Gloucester Road on the edge of the town. Cheltenham Racecourse is just a short taxi drive away, and our hotel is a five minute car ride from Cheltenham Spa train station. So no matter whether you’re in town for business, pleasure, or a little bit of both, it’s easy to reach the town’s top sights and attractions from our hotel in Cheltenham.
At our Cheltenham hotel, you’ll find 122 stylish bedrooms, each including:
If you need a wheelchair-friendly room, our accessible bedrooms are designed to high specifications with:
When you start to feel peckish, you don’t need to leave the hotel to find delicious food and refreshing drinks. Our Burford Room Restaurant has a very popular food and wine menu, while the sleek Lounge Bar is perfect for a post-work drink or light snack after a day exploring the town. If you’re enjoying the comfort of your own space, you can order food to your door with our room service, available 24 hours a day. If you’re getting up early or arriving late, we have a smaller night menu from 10pm, so you won’t need to go hungry.
To make sure you can keep up your fitness regime during your stay, Jurys Inn Cheltenham has its very own fully-equipped gym along with tennis courts and a heated swimming pool. If you’re in need of some pampering and relaxation, we have a steam room and sauna on-site too.
Juvenate Health and Leisure Cheltenham closed from 8pm Friday 20th March to Sunday 19th April inclusive
Jurys Inn Cheltenham is acting on the advice and guidelines issued by government on the 16th March in response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) crisis. We fully support the national effort to control the spread and impact of the virus and to do whatever we can to protect public health, including the health of our guests and staff.
We look forward to welcoming you back to Juvenate Health and Leisure Cheltenham on Monday, 20th April and thank you for your support and understanding during this period.
Please see our COVID-19 information page for the latest updates.
If you’re visiting our hotel in Cheltenham as a business guest, you’ll need top-notch facilities for seamless, hassle-free meetings. Here at Jurys Inn Cheltenham we have 12 fully equipped meeting rooms, including our boardroom and executive suite, so you can host meetings and business events for anywhere between 6 and 400 people. Each of our business spaces has air conditioning, a projector and screen, and free BT Openzone WiFi as standard.
As a beautiful regency town, Cheltenham is a wonderful backdrop for weddings. At our Cheltenham hotel we have six contemporary-style function rooms for between 30 and 300 guests, perfect for celebrations of all sizes. To make sure the big day runs without a hitch, our experienced wedding staff will work with you at every step of the way, tailoring the entire day to you as a couple.
If you’re new to Cheltenham or need a few ideas for your next stay, here’s our pick of the best sights and attractions in the town.
Whether you’re attending the Gold Cup or going to one of the regular horse racing meets, Cheltenham is proud of its racing heritage and rightly so. The racecourse is four miles away from our Cheltenham hotel, perfect for a hassle-free journey on race day.
We recommend: going to the Club enclosure to see the jockeys and horses up close.
The ornamental gardens at Pittville Park are the perfect setting for a relaxing afternoon walk in Cheltenham. It’s also home to the Pump Room event space, children’s play areas, aviaries and two lakes, so make sure you visit if you’re in town with the family.
We recommend: visiting the quieter western side of the park for a game of pitch and putt golf.
If you love shopping at independent and designer stores, the elegant Montpellier Quarter is a must-visit. It’s also home to popular cafes and restaurants, along with the traditional bandstand at Montpellier Gardens.
We recommend: taking a camera to photograph the beautiful regency architecture.
For evening entertainment, book a ticket to see a show at the Everyman Theatre, a striking building with the main auditorium designed by architect Frank Matcham. Whether you love ballet, drama, opera or live music, there are a huge range of productions at this popular venue in Cheltenham.
We recommend: making time for a glass of bubbly at the wine bar before the performance begins.
Cheltenham Playhouse is a multipurpose arts venue, with everything from independent films to community theatre and amateur comedy. The Playhouse is a convenient five minute taxi ride away from our Cheltenham hotel.
We recommend: checking the Cheltenham Playhouse website to find out what’s on during your stay in the town, especially if you love nostalgic film.
Bath Road Market
Located on the edge of the town, Bath Road is a quirky and vibrant area with its own market selling vintage and handmade wares. The outdoor space is filled with food vendors, perfect if you love trying different cuisines in an authentic local setting.
We recommend: taking a walk down Bath Road to find hidden gems in the local charity shops.
If you love discovering local artists and creative talent, a visit to The Wilson art gallery is a must. Most of the collection dates back to the 17th and 19th centuries, alongside temporary touring art and photography exhibitions.
We recommend: going to the on-site cafe for a lovely fresh lunch or tea and homemade cake
If you’re exploring beyond the town, here’s our pick of the best things to do and places to visit just a short drive from Cheltenham centre.
If you’d like some extra ideas and top tips from the locals, make sure you go to the front desk where our friendly staff will be happy to offer their honest advice and recommendations.
If you’re travelling onward to other towns and cities from Cheltenham, here’s a quick snapshot of journey times to help plan your trip.
Gloucester: 20 minutes by car or 10 minutes by train
Bristol: 50 minutes by car or 45 minutes by train
Birmingham: one hour 10 minutes by car or 45 minutes by train
London: two hours by car or two hours 5 minutes by train changing once at Bristol Parkway
We look forward to welcoming you to our hotel in Cheltenham very soon.