Queens Hotel was opened on the 21st of July 1838, named in honour of Queen Victoria whose coronation fell in the same year. While she has predominantly retained her purpose as a fine hotel, gratified by the visits of such eminent figures as General Sir Charles Napier, Edward Elgar and Sir Arthur Conon Doyle, she has also served as a social refuge for women in WW1 and a military hospital.

The hotel has been listed as a Grade II English Heritage building since 1955. It retains many of its original features including the wallpaper designed by Pugin, a key figure in nineteenth century architecture and design. Guests will also be delighted to encounter the hotel’s towering Georgian staircase, drawing guests upward over the remarkable crowned glass roof.

Set amongst the backdrop of Cheltenham’s fashionable Montpellier district, The Queens Hotel offers a civilised haven for guests. Glide through the revolving doors and discover a truly majestic setting, complete with décor and architecture which encapsulates the elegance, heritage and grandeur of the neo-classical era. Experience 84 beautifully appointed guestrooms, relax in opulently finished public areas, or take in the stunning views of the Imperial Square Gardens during your stay.

Discover British cuisine with fresh, local produce in Victoria’s restaurant or enjoy a characterful Afternoon Tea in Duke’s Tea Room. Our kitchens operate all day, so we can accommodate your needs no matter what. The hotel is also well-equipped to cater events, from weddings to corporate meetings and seminars. The exquisite Regency Suite can accommodate 120 guests, while our dedicated team can cater to your every need, making your stay a memorable one.

Queens Hotel is located in the heart of Cheltenham, home of the Gold Cup and overlooks the beautiful Imperial Gardens and Promenade. It is easily accessed via the M5 at Junction 11 or a short stroll from Cheltenham Spa train station.