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The Chester Grosvenor Hotel and Spa
Historic hotel with a spa, Michelin star restaurant, and Parisian brasserie. Close to the Chester Cathedral and Roman Amphitheater, the property is ideal for exploring the ancient city walls, two-tier shopping galleries, and mountains of North Wales.
Since opening in 1866, The Chester Grosvenor is an icon of understated style, glamour, and elegance. Overlooking the famous Eastgate Clock, the hotel is located in the heart of Chester, which traces its origins back to Roman times. The historic city is known for two-tier shopping galleries know as the "Rows," Victorian half timbered buildings, and a racecourse which is considered to be the oldest in the country, dating back to the 16th century. Guest rooms and suites feature elegant decor with fine fabrics, upholstered headboards, and comfortable sitting areas. There are flat-screen TVs, minibars, safes, and trouser presses, while bathrooms have luxurious toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers. The county's only Michelin starred restaurant, Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor is one of a handful of restaurants in the UK to have retained a Michelin star for more than 25 consecutive years. For a more relaxed setting, the Rosette La Brasserie is a classic Parisian brasserie with a hand-painted glass skylight, and a sophisticated French atmosphere. For relaxation and rejuvenation, The Spa at The Chester Grosvenor has ELEMIS trained therapists, and there is a Thermal Suite with a series of heat-related experiences.
Location & Map
- The Chester Grosvenor Hotel and Spa
- 56-58 Eastgate Street
- Chester, Cheshire CH1 1LT
- United Kingdom
Set about 30 miles south of Liverpool, the city of Chester traces its origins to Roman times. One of the oldest cities in Great Britain, the historic city is known for two-tier shopping galleries known as the "Rows," and Victorian half-timbered buildings. Chester Cathedral, Chester Zoo, the gardens of Tatton, Ness, and Arley Hall, stately homes, and historic medieval castles are nearby.
Directions to Hotel
The Chester Grosvenor is a 45-minute drive from Manchester International Airport, less than two hours from London by train, and two miles from M53, which links to M56 and M6.
Highlights & Reviews
Banquets & Meetings
A range of banquet and meeting rooms span across two floors for business and celebratory events with up to 200 attendees.
Fine Dining On Site
Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor is a Michelin-starred restaurant.
The Spa at The Chester Grosvenor has ELEMIS trained therapists, and a Thermal Suite with a series of heat-related experiences.
The hotel is situated on the main city high street, with an abundance of stores and boutiques.
The city of Chester is steeped in history, with a number of museums and history tours available.
Windsurfing and waterskiing are available on the River Dee and on other nearby waterways.
Deluxe Suites offer an open plan space, individually and luxuriously designed to provide added privacy for entertaining or an informal meeting. An entrance hall leads into an open plan area, discreetly separated by a wide pillar or a feature bed between the sitting room and bedroom.There is a bespoke king size bed situated on a raised area, with the wide pillar or the feature bed containing a flat screen television. The lounge seating area has a desk, and most include a formal dining area.
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The Chester Grosvenor
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- - Banquets & Meetings
- Meeting Space
- Disabled Access
- Fine Dining On Site
- Fine Dining Nearby
- Fitness Center
- High Speed Internet
- Spa Facility
- - Biking Touring
- Horseback Riding
- Jogging Running
- Theatre & Museums