The Bard of Avon himself might have written a sonnet for the Best Western Grosvenor Hotel. Situated in the center Stratford-upon-Avon - the town of Shakespeare’s birth - this Grade II listed building is certainly as you like it. Just three minutes away from the local shops and amenities, yet still a world away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
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If you’re looking for a hotel in Stratford-upon-Avon, the Best Western Grosvenor Hotel is a real home away from home. Individually styled bedrooms combine with comfortable lounge areas for a totally relaxing ambience. And just to add to the feeling of gentility, our pastry chef serves up homemade delights and delicious afternoon teas. It’s a genuine taste of traditional England.
The Best Western Grosvenor Hotel is also a fantastic place to celebrate a wedding or hold a business event, we have extensive facilities to accommodate both.
The Warwickshire town itself pays full tribute to its most famous son. At the renowned Royal Shakespeare Theatre, some of the finest actors and actresses take to the stage to perform the most celebrated plays in the world. Many of the places he would have known are still in existence – including the house where he was born and grew up, which you can visit.
But it’s not just about Shakespeare – there’s also some beautiful countryside nearby, as well as the equally historic Warwick Castle. Whether you’re here on a family getaway or a short break, you’ll be inspired by the Best Western Grosvenor Hotel.
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“Amazing location with parking”
Brighton, United Kingdom on 12-Feb-18
We stayed here as a group of 6 ladies meeting up after many years. The staff were extremely helpful and friendly. The hotel was clean and nicely presented and the room was comfortable and a good...
Excellent location close to theatre and tourist attractions. Nice old building but with modern facilities, rooms clean and fine for a short stay. £3 charge to park for a day, we were able to park on...