Gloucester Hotels

There is a wealth of Gloucester hotels to choose from for your visit to this stunning City. Located in the scenic county of Gloucestershire in the picturesque South West quarter of England, Gloucester is a large and diverse city with a multitude of things to do to keep everyone happy.

Whether you are looking for a small quiet hideaway for a romantic weekend away without the children, or a large five star city centre hotel close to all the bars and restaurants, you are sure to find many Gloucester hotels which will match the requirements of and that shall suit you and your party.

Gloucester is a beautiful city located close to the England Wales border and being only 45 miles South West of Birmingham 32 miles north east of Bristol and 114 miles north west of London it is a great place to base yourselves for a exploring both England and Wales.

With such a central location it is a very easy to access city; the M5 provides fantastic entry to the UK motorway network which provides access to the rest of the country, and Gloucester train station has great links with London, Birmingham, Bristol, Nottingham and Cardiff, from where links are available to every corner of the UK and even Europe.

The closest airport is at Birmingham, a mere half hour drive away, making Gloucester a great place to stop off for a day or two either side of your holiday. There is however, no real need to leave Gloucester as the city is awash with attractions and things to do for everyone no matter what their likes are. History fanatics who stay at Gloucester hotels often do so because will be enraptured by the many museums on offer in this great city.

Gloucester city museum and art gallery has recently reopened too much acclaim after being refurbished; featuring interactive exhibits, fantastic educational facilities and a healthy new cafeteria, it is a great place to spend a day. Other historic attractions include the Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum, the Gloucestershire Folk Museum, the Beatrix Potter Tailor of Gloucestershire Museum and of course the fascinating 13th century Blackfriars Priory. Sudeley Castle and Gardens provides a great day out for all the family as does St James City Farm Park where you can get up close and feed all the animals.

Gloucester hotels come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, from small and intimate boutique style hotels in tranquil backstreets all the way through to sumptuous five star hotels in the bustling city centre; from family run establishments with an honesty bar to large hotel chains which have restaurants, bars, swimming pools and luxury health spas, there will be a Gloucester hotel for you. Whichever hotel in Gloucester you choose to stay at, you are guaranteed to find a warm welcome awaiting you. Rooms that have been well decorated in a choice of sizes, single, double twin and family rooms tend to be offered as standard with some larger hotels offering triple rooms or suites. En suite bathrooms come as standard unless otherwise indicated.

Facilities will vary between each individual hotel, but as standard you can expect to find clean and comfortable rooms with hospitality tray that is stocked with a variety of tea, coffee and hot chocolate for your enjoyment, hairdryers and televisions alongside alarm clocks to ensure you don't miss your breakfast the next morning.

Gloucester hotels provide a cooked breakfast daily between designated times see individual hotel descriptions for this information, special dietary equirements are well catered for if advised at time of booking.
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