Built in 1865, The Chester Grosvenor is situated in the heart of historic Chester and is one of a handful of hotels outside London to be awarded five red stars by the AA. Featuring eighty individually designed bedrooms and suites, each room is unique and reflects the hotel´s emphasis on comfort and elegance. The luxurious spa offers traditional, modern and holistic treatments and the two award winning restaurants provide both informal and gourmet dining. “Simon Radley at the Chester Grosvenor” has retained its Michelin star since 1990 and is one of just 26 restaurants in the UK to have been awarded four AA Rosettes. 'La Brasserie' undertook a delightful reconfiguration in 2012 and now has a Rococo Chocolates concession situated at its front. The Chester Grosvenor is the ideal choice for a city break and will complement any trip encompassing North Wales, Yorkshire, the Lakes and Scotland. The Chester Grosvenor has adopted a non-smoking policy throughout the hotel.
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The Chester Grosvenor is part of the following Editors' Picks:
"A hotel has stood on this site for centuries. First it was a Tudor inn, the Golden Talbot, named after the Earls of Shrewsbury, and then in 1784 the Royal Hotel was built. It became a meeting place for local politicians opposed to the powerful Grosvenor family. Ironically the Grosvenors then bought the Royal in 1815 and renamed it The Grosvenor. Finally in 1865 a new hotel, the Chester Grosvenor, was built in a splendid mock-Tudor style of the kind the Victorians enjoyed."
"Located in the centre of the historic City of Chester the 5 star Grosvenor ticks all the boxes for winter weddings. There could be no finer place for your photos than the imposing staircase at the top of which is a 12ft chandelier. Its central location means even in the worst winter weather its accessible with plenty of luxury accommodation for your guests."
"Cheshire – The Cheshire Food Festival (www.cheshirefoodfestival.com) Starts: 29th September in Warrington In the grounds of Walton Hall is the Cheshire Food festival, where you can bring a picnic or soak in the atmosphere of cookery demonstrations and cake competitions. Stay nearby in the beautiful city of Chester at The Grosvenor, whose “Simon Radley at the Grosvenor” restaurant has held a Michelin star since 1990."
"This 5 star hotel is right in the centre of Chester has an off road driving experience break. Chauffeur driven from the hotel the 3 hour experience includes tuition and then tackling scary obstacles. You can take 5 guests with you per vehicle and who can take part and drive. To prove you’ve done it you’ll get a c.d and certificate."
Information on The Chester Grosvenor hotel , Eastgate , Chester
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Types of room: 68 Double, 12 Suites
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Credit Cards Accepted: Amex, Diners, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed: Christmas Day
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome (under 12s not permitted in Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor or The Arkle Bar and Lounge)
Dog Friendly: No
Romantic Details: four-poster suites
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Accreditation: AA 5 Stars, AA 4 Rosettes & AA 2 Rosettes, Michelin Star, Good Food Guide 2011
CD player, radio alarm, direct dial telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi broadband internet access, Air conditioning, Luxury toiletries, trouser press, bathrobes & slippers, Mini-bar, 24 hour room service, Safe
Spa, Gym, Brasserie, Michelin Starred restaurant, Civil ceremony licence, Wedding receptions, 5 meeting rooms, Conference facilities, For up to 250 delegates, Computer with internet access
Board games, guest drawing room with books
Golf (20 mins), Leisure centre (10 mins), Riding (10 mins), Roman tours, Blue Badge Guides
|Local directions:||Follow signs for Eastgate and Foregate which will bring you to the inner ring road and on to the one-way system where you follow signs for City Centre Hotels. A hotel Linkman will allow you through the barrier so you can then drive to the front of the hotel.|
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Manchester (43 miles) (50 mins)
Manchester (33 miles) (40 mins) , Liverpool (26 miles) (30 mins)
Chester (2 miles) (10 mins)
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