The hotel, which is operated by the UK’s leading independent hotel management company, RBH, has seen around £250,000 invested in improvements to a number of guest rooms already and the next phase of work is under way for the ground floor and public areas.
A new buffet island on the ground floor will provide breakfast catering in the morning with hot and continental favourites alongside the new Generation 4 fixed coffee station.
The external courtyard will also be enhanced to allow guests to work, relax or dine with additional seating, including cosy couches and tables and chairs on the terrace.
Akshay Karkera, general manager of Holiday Inn Express Cheltenham, said: “These works will transform the hotel to position us at the forefront of excellent and affordable accommodation in Cheltenham.
“We can cater for business, leisure and family guests with ease and, when the refurbishment is complete in time for the festive season, we will be able to offer an even better experience.”