Located within a Grade II listed, black and white timbered building at the heart of the charming city of Chester, The Chester Grosvenor exudes luxury, from its beautiful bedrooms to its award-winning restaurants.
Each of the spacious 68 bedrooms and 12 suites are individually designed and complete with lavish furnishings and the finest fabrics.
With a reputation for its exceptional service and outstanding cuisine, The Chester Grosvenor prides itself on its unforgettable dining experiences. 'Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor' has held its Michelin star since 1990 and offers exquisite menus created by Executive Chef Simon Radley, while the talented Sommelier is on hand to find the perfect accompaniment from one of the UK's most extensive wine cellars. The Arkle Bar and Lounge offers a vast selection of malts, ports and liqueurs, ideal for a pre-dinner drink. This is also the elegant setting in which the hotel's Traditional Afternoon Tea is served. The Parisian chic surroundings of La Brasserie make it the perfect place to unwind with a cocktail, light bite or leisurely lunch.
The award-winning Spa at The Chester Grosvenor offers a selection of pampering treatments using the finest lotions and potions from Darphin and ELEMIS.
Located next to the iconic Eastgate Clock, Chester's most popular historic sites are easily accessible by foot. Take a stroll along the country's most complete city walls, taking in the views of the scenic River Dee, Chester Racecourse and the architectural beauty of Chester Cathedral. The city boasts a plethora of boutiques, bars and restaurants, all situated along the dual-tiered shopping gallery known as the 'Rows' which are unique to Chester. The surrounding Cheshire countryside is home to several stately homes and award-winning gardens, including those at Chester Zoo.