Completed at the end of last month, the multi-million pound project saw the transformation of 122 bedrooms, as well as a remodelled lounge, restaurant and new Delta bar.
Marriott said that the new hotel will provide guests with “modern luxury and convenience”, as well as a “superb location on the edge of the stunning Cotswolds, within easy reach of Regency Cheltenham and Historic Gloucester”. The refurbished site will feature “state of the art” conference and events spaces, as well as spa and leisure facilities.
General manager, Dan Kelly, said: “The Cheltenham Chase has always provided a perfect base for those wanting to explore the Cotswolds, whether that be for leisure or business.
“From corporate functions to weddings, attention to detail and providing excellent guest experiences has always been our focus, and will remain so now that we have rebranded.”
He added: “We anticipate the hotel will attract more business travellers, who will be drawn in by the globally recognised name, as well as stays generated from Marriott Bonvoy members, Marriott International’s travel programme.”