Mercure Queen's Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

The Promenade, (formerly Macdonald Queen's Hotel), Cheltenham, Cotswolds, GL50 1NN, United Kingdom
Mercure Cheltenham Queens Hotel
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Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 23% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families45
  • Couples68
  • Solo61
  • Business71

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B&B in Clifton

by rahulkav

Hi Guys,

I am looking for a nice B&B in Clifton , near whiteladies road or Suspension Bridge for one night's accomodation. I am going there for Anniv. Could you please suggest one nice hotel or B&B.


Re: B&B in Clifton

by suvanki

Hi, I sometimes have to stay overnight in the Clifton area. I've stayed at The Clifton Hotel and the Washington Hotel, which have been within easy reach of Whiteladies Road.

Have a Lovely Anniversary!

Best Wishes,

Re: B&B in Clifton

by zuriga

A good website to check is They usually have quite a few possibilities - plus photos, which is helpful.

Happy anniversary!

Travel Tips for Bristol


by Sjalen

My favourite thing in Bristol is to walk around the Clifton area. Away from the bridge, a whole part of the city unfolds with its own distinct atmosphere since it used to be a spa village. It is full of parks, pubs, wine bars, cafes and shops and feels very friendly and intellectual. Clifton also has lots of lovely houses such as these with their lovely balconies and other really colourful ones, looking like I expect parts of San Fransisco or Sydney to do.

For shopping, there is the...

by greebo

For shopping, there is the Mall at Cribbs Causeway, the Mall is based upon the american shopping malls and covers a large area with a variety of shops ranging from fashion shops, deli's, handmade chocolates and gifts. There is ample free parking. I try not to visit the Mall cos my bank manager gets really miffed with me and keep sending my reminders about my overdraft.

The WD Watts Memorial Drinking Fountain & Lampost

by TheLongTone

This is a very curious item of street furniture: I don't think I've ever seen anything quite like it. A very exuberant bit of cast iron commemorating a member of the County Council. I'm particularly taken by the decoration of the column, with a dado-like band of a foliage motif that recalls Arts and Crafts wallpaper. Someone has given their Dictionary of Ornament a real hammering here.
Of course the drinking fountain no longer delivers. And just as well, since the nearby Victorian cast iron pissoir has also been decommissioned.

On Horfield Common, intersection of Wellington Hill and Kellaway Avenue. If you're up here, yoa really are off the beaten track

Cheap drinks...

by JuliaK

Well Bristol IS expensive and the drinks are going up all the time (or is it me that I am not going out that often??!!)
Here is a list of some bars in Bristol that you can find reasonable prices

Po Na Na
Queens Road, Clifton (0117) 904 4445

Bar Essential
54 Queen Charlotte St (0117) 925 4839
Mon-Thu 12pm-11pm; Fri-Sat 12pm-1am Sun closed
Happy hour: Mon-Thu 4pm-8pm; DJs Fri-Sat
Food served: 12pm-2.30pm
Recommended dish: Club sandwich £5.45 House wine £8.65

Bar Med
47 King Street (0117) 922 1846 Mon-Wed 11am-12.30am; Thu 11am-1.30am; Fri-Sat 11am-2am; Sun 12pm-12.30am. Food served: All day
Recommended dish: Chicken fajitas £8 House wine £8.95

Tequila Max
109 Whiteladies Road (0117) 946 6144
Mon-Sat 5pm-11.30pm
Recommended dish: Fajitas £9.95
House wine £9.95 per litre

Henry J Beans
93-95 Whiteladies Road (0117) 904 0061
Mon-Sat 11am-11pm; Sun 11am-10.30pm
Food served: 12pm-8pm
Rec dish: Burger £5.95 House wine £9.95

I will add more as soon as I have the address and the tel. numbers Most of the bars want to to be well dressed, some dont want trainners.. probably it is not good for their floors (irony....)

coffee time

by mindcrime about Nero café

Although there are many cozy cafes in Bristol we were desperate for a coffee after visiting the City Museum so we visited Nero Café that was opposite the museum. It was nice sitting there and watch the people passing by on Park street.

The self service stuff was quick and the cappuccino that costs £2.35 tasty :) They also have hot chocolate and several pastry to choose from. Actually Nero Café is a huge coffee chain in UK with about 400 stores (I saw 3 of them in Bristol!)!


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 Mercure Queen's Hotel

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Queens Hotel Cheltenham
Mercure Cheltenham

Address: The Promenade, (formerly Macdonald Queen's Hotel), Cheltenham, Cotswolds, GL50 1NN, United Kingdom