A much-preferred hotel with a high-repeat clientele, Potter's International, is perfectly situated between Farnborough and the military town of Aldershot on the Hampshire, Surrey and Berkshire borders.
This business-class hotel occupies the premises of the former Royal Aldershot Officer's Club and offers a range of conferences and banqueting rooms.
After a hard day's work or play, enjoy a relaxing and comfortable night's rest any of our 103 standard or executive en-suite rooms. We have twin rooms, double rooms with queen size beds, king double wih over-sized king bed, family room, executive suite and a bridal suite with lots of privacy. All rooms have Telephone with a direct line, Free Broadband WiFi, Desk, Internet, Hair dryer, Ironing board and iron, Complimentary hot beverages.
Catering to 100 guests in a single seating, King Edwards is one of the most popular restaurants in Aldershot, particularly for its Sunday Carvery and Lunch Time Carvery during the week. Adjacent to the restaurant is the Cambridge Lounge and bar while the Cricketers Tavern is a lively pub opened daily until 11pm.
Beach bodies are made right here at the Pavilion Health and Fitness Club, complimentary to guests and popular with local residents with its full dry and wet facility. Featuring a gym, full length swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, circuit training, changing rooms and showers. Personal monthly or annual membership is available to residents across Surrey.
Large or small, simple or sophisticated, business or personal - our dedicated team of experienced event planners will make your event memororable. We have a one of the largest capcities in the South from 6 to 1600.for business meetings, lunches, dinners, Western and Asian weddings, parties, disco, birthdays and more.
Whether it is a peaceful and restful break around the tranquil lake or a more active getaway - from nightlife to shopping sprees - there is something for everyone staying at Potter's International Hotel. Nearby attractions include Hampton Court Palace, Epsom Racecourse, British Wildlife Centre, historic houses, cathedrals and churches, gardens, rivers and canals and themed parks.