Shrewsbury Hotels

Shrewsbury boasts a population of 100,000 and is the county town for Shropshire; it is set amongst stunning countryside and is near to the Welsh border, it is renowned for being one of the UK's finest medieval market towns showcasing a fabulous history and at the same time being hugely progressive. Visitors to the Shrewsbury Hotels are spoilt for choice from deluxe luxury found through international chains, designer boutique hotels and grand mansions to comfortable family hotels and those suited for the business professional.

Its landscape is described through a vast range of picturesque timber framed black and white buildings, steep narrow streets and quaint alleyways. It is home to over 600 listed buildings including the Castle, currently transformed into a regimental museum and the world famous Shrewsbury Abbey, home of the fictional Brother Cadfael. Its most famous son is Charles Darwin who was born and educated here and the town is punctuated with reminders of his existence.

The town is looped by the River Severn offering gentle riverside walks or visitors may enjoy a trip on the new pleasure boat Sabrina, flanking this is the picturesque Quarry Park the location of Shrewsbury's annual flower Show. The town is decorated with a profusion of plants and blooms and is often referred to as the ''Town of Flowers'' and in 2007 the town achieved remarkable victories for the UK in two prestigious international floral community competitions.

Shrewsbury's yearly calendar is punctuated by the ''Darwin Festival'' and an Arts Festival that runs from May to September offering a range of music, visual arts and theatre events, there is a ''Folk Festival'' and an ''International Street Theatre Festival''. The Shrewsbury Hotels present doorstep access to its shopping centres packed with designer boutiques and high street brand names, the town offers lively Wines bars, nightclubs and excellent restaurants.

The Hotels range from luxury to comfortable convenience, the luxury hotels providing airport transfer directly to hotel steps and awaiting accommodations. The lobbies, entrances and reception halls may offer streamlined innovative areas hosting modern sculpture and bright colours the invention of top designers to olde worlde interiors hosting crackling wood fires, antique furniture, thick textured drapes and ornate light fittings.

Staff welcome warmly and check in is processed seamlessly, the concierge may provide an overview of the hotels amenities and offer information on surrounding attractions. Accommodations are showcased through extensive suites the choice of honeymoon couples and visiting VIP's to comfortable and convenient en suites best suited to the business guests. These rooms host expansive entertainment systems and communication devices and master bedrooms many detailed through romantic canopied beds to comfortable king, queen and twin beds.

En suite bathrooms are lavish and host designer fittings complemented with bathrobes, slippers and deluxe body products. The rooms provide fresh flowers, coffee and tea makers, mini bars and 24 hour room service.

Many brides to be choose a Shrewsbury Hotels venue to host wedding celebrations as the settings afforded are quite beautiful set on the river's edge and surrounded by landscaped grounds hosting flowered terraces and candlelight. The restaurants found within the hotels are some of the best in the city and provide international cuisines created by master chefs from the finest of seasonal produce companioned by vintage wines.

The executive guests are provided an impressive catalogue of business venues and complemented with comprehensive business centres. The Luxury Hotels provide Health Spas, Gymnasiums, Jacuzzis, steam rooms and indoor pools, extensive grounds allow for jogging tracks and tennis courses.

The Shrewsbury Hotels allow guests to experience a fascinating slice of English history, great food, lively entertainment and idyllic location ensuring returns again and again.