A bold new landmark on Surrey's most celebrated street, the Radisson Blu Edwardian Guildford gives the town a brand new 4 star hotel, and with it a stylish new place to meet, eat or retreat to a serene urban spa.
Equipped for business but designed for relaxation, the hotel’s sleek glass and cool stone fuses with the fabric of the town and brings a new heart to its social scene.
Guildford, nestling in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Beauty, is the county town of Surrey. A walk along its nearby cobbled High Street shows it to be steeped in history. Guildford was traditionally the stopping off point for travellers between Portsmouth and London. Lord Nelson was a frequent visitor. It is also the first recorded place where cricket was played.
Landmark attractions nearby include Guildford Cathedral, celebrating it's 50th Anniversary this year, Guildford Lido, offering a heated outdoor public pool until the end of summer, Spectrum - a highly rated leisure centre offering leisure and swimming pools and an ice rink amongst its attractions, National Trust properties - Box Hill, Clandon Park, Claremont Landscape Garden, Hatchlands Park, The Homewood, Leith Hill, Polesden Lacey, Shalford Mill, River Wey and Godalming Navigations and Dapdune Wharf, Winkworth Arboretum, Denbies Hillside, Headley Heath, brewery visits to the Hogs Back and Surrey Hills breweries.
Today Guildford offers visitors a wide choice of activities, from shopping in the nearby High Street, with all of the brand names you would expect to see in a major shopping location, to golf on one of our nearby courses (which we can arrange for you); from boat trips on the River Wey which runs through the town, to theatrical performances at the renowned Yvonne Arnaud Theatre; from wine tasting at Denbies Wine Estate in nearby Dorking to a concert at the G Live Centre, next door to the hotel.