Ideally situated right in the historic centre of Chester, overlooking the famous Eastgate Clock, The Chester Grosvenor is a top class 5-star hotel with impeccable service to match the location. The iconic black and white timbered façade is already striking, but inside gets even better as timeless historic elegance is perfectly matched by contemporary luxury. The bedrooms are individually designed with super-comfortable King or Queen-size beds and sumptuous fabrics, creating a light and airy feel. All rooms are fully air-conditioned and double-glazed, with wide screen TV iPod docks, Bose CD radio alarm clocks, free Wi-Fi and luxurious toiletries. For those looking for even more space, the twelve Suites also have a CD players with a selection of CDs and walk-in separate shower facilities. Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor is one of Britain’s great temples to gastronomy – this is Cheshire’s only Michelin starred restaurant, one of only a few restaurants in in the country to hold a Michelin star for over 25 years. This is fine dining at its sophisticated best, complemented by one of the England’s finest wine cellars featuring over 1000 bins from all over the world. For lighter meals, the 2 AA Rosette La Brasserie keeps up the high standards with a bustling and relaxed atmosphere. The art deco room and hand painted skylight provide an excellent backdrop for light bites, as well as more substantial meals. Drinks in the Arkle Bar are also recommended for the large selection of wines by the glass, as well as fine malts, vintage port and delicious cocktails. After a thorough exploration of Chester, there’s nothing more indulgent or relaxing than a spa escape. 5 treatment rooms and a wide range of expertly soothing treatments await you, not to mention a herb sauna, salt grotto, steam room, ice fountain, foot baths and a relaxation area. A small gym and personal training are also available for those keen on keeping fit while away. The Chester Grosvenor’s prize location puts you in good stead to explore the historic centre’s zebra-like Tudor buildings, the excellent boutique shopping, Chester Racecourse, Zoo and historic city walls, not to mention riverside strolls and a host of excellent nearby bars and restaurants.
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