Hotels in Chichester: the perfect base for escorted group tours
The group travel market is buoyant at the moment, and with good reason: escorted tours offer great value for money whilst showing you the best a region has to offer in a short space of time, and often throwing in slightly more ‘off the beaten track' destinations for good measure. Hotels in Chichester offer the perfect base for groups visiting West Sussex, and there's plenty to do once you're there too!
Accommodation in Chichester to suit every group
Whether you're a group organiser organising a tour for a private group or society, or you're a tour operator offering escorted tours for individuals who go on to form a group, you'll know that there are certain things groups like in their accommodation.
In Chichester, you'll find hotels with restaurants on site for those groups who prefer half board tours, hotels with leisure facilities, which always appeals to groups, and hotels with lounge and bar space for groups to congregate after a hard day's sightseeing.
Cheap hotels: Chichester offers accommodation to suit every group's budget
While some groups will want upmarket accommodation, others are budget sensitive and that's why the hotels in Chichester are so accommodating. For school and student groups, there's the Premier Inn Chichester, and even for those groups looking for three or four star hotels which are still good value for money, there are budget friendly cheap hotels. Chichester accommodation often offers the option of half-board, which is one way of keeping the cost of the tour down, but similarly, there's plenty of choice when it comes to nearby restaurants for those groups who prefer to stay on a bed and breakfast basis and allow their members to pick their own dining budget.
Bed and breakfast accommodation in Chichester also works well for tour operators selling to individuals forming an escorted tour, as this type of holiday maker, be they couples or singles, often want to dine on their own rather than being forced into a group dinner.
Hotels in Chichester: the perfect starting point for exploring the surrounding area
If you're the group organiser for an art and culture or educational group, such as a branch of NADFAS or the U3A, you'll want to visit Goodwood House. Hotels in Chichester are the base when it comes to visiting this Regency House, which is the family seat of the Dukes of Richmond and Gordon.
Similarly, your group may want to take a day trip from their accommodation in Chichester to the nearby Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, which is a collection of over fifty historic buildings lovingly restored within the South Downs National Park, and Petworth House and Park, offering a world famous art collection to explore. Horticultural societies may wish to visit the arboretum at Stansted Park, and sports groups will have a ball exploring the South Downs National Park. As you can see, accommodation in Chichester really does open the gateway to some brilliant group escorted tours!