It was OK, the rooms were very grey in theme, a bit dated in style, and poorly lit. The hyped roll topped bath in room was there, but given it was in front of a window overlooking the patio with tables and the public car park, you either had to bathe with the curtains closed or get in and out with the world able to watch. As it was summer and did'nt get dark until 8pm a major flaw easily solved if they had bothered to have some voile curtains to pull over the window but no feeling the staff cared. It was an executive room so 3 up from standard but apart from the size just not special, messy furniture, pushing products as viewed from bed.
The public spaces rather cramped either the bar or restaurants. Not as chic as the 3 the Malmaison sister properties I've stayed in.
Similarly the restaurant was 3/4 empty (it was a Monday night) and again food adequate but nothing special.
Did'nt wow me I'm afraid.
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- Formerly the Carlton Hotel and located in the chic Montpellier district of this historic spa town. Hotel du Vin Cheltenham offers forty nine bedrooms and suites, all decorated in inimitable Hotel du Vin style. The wonderfully spacious public areas centered around a showpiece spiral staircase, include a trademark Bistro with extensive al fresco dining, both a Champagne and Sinners Enclosure Bar, beauty treatment rooms and private dining rooms. The general manager is Tom Ross. ... more less
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