Boutique Hotels in Chester
Chester is home to a collection of fine boutique and five-star hotels for those visitors looking for a little bit of luxury when visiting our historic city.
The Chester Grosvenor is located in the heart of the city centre, and offers a spa, luxury suites and an award-winning Michelin-starred restaurant.
The four-star ABode Chester hotel is also a stone’s throw from the city centre, and features handcrafted vi-spring beds with cashmere throws, bespoke toiletries and panoramic views of Chester, the racecourse and the Welsh hills. ABode is home to Michael Caines, the award-winning Michelin star chef with his Fine Dining Restaurant & Champagne Bar
First opened in 1650, the Macdonald New Blossoms Hotel seamlessly blends charming period features with fine modern luxury. Boasting a fine restaurant, this is another hotel at the heart of the city, and perhaps the most historic to boot.
If you’re looking for large spacious hotel rooms with fine details and premium comfort, the Crowne Plaza Chester boasts 160 rooms and some excellent leisure facilties, all within the walls of the historic city.
With vaulted ceilings, spectacular staircases and regal public areas, the Best Western Premier Queen Hotel once attracted guests such as Charles Dickens and Lillie Langtree in this stately building. A recent £20m extension and refurbishment of the property have helped add a modern, contemporary twist to the original Victorian interior.
Finally, if you’re looking for a smaller hotel but with the same fine quality, the Green Bough Hotel on Hoole Road is a four-star graded hotel which has been won the Travellers' Choice Hotel Award for 2011 and 2012 in the category 'Top 25 Hotels in the United Kingdom'. Housing 15 individually-designed bedrooms and suites, the hotel combines classic elegance with a sophisticated blend of modern and traditional styling.