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002 3C THE CHESTER GROSVENOR HOTEL


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Eastgate, Chester, CH1 1LT 01244 324024 hotel@chestergrosvenor.com www.chestergrosvenor.com


Owned by and named after the family of The Duke of Westminster, The Chester Grosvenor’s Grade II listed building, with its black and white timbered façade, belies the modern elegance of the interior. The hotel is situated in the heart of Chester next to the landmark Eastgate Clock and in close proximity to Chester Cathedral and the ancient city walls.


A series of fi ne traditions inform the way business is conducted at the hotel, and one of the proudest constants is the Michelin star that has been accorded to Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor, since 1990. Named after our esteemed Executive Chef, the restaurant is renowned throughout the country for its creative menus and extensive wine collection. The contemporary dishes are crafted exclusively from fresh, seasonal produce and perfectly complement choices from the 1,000 bin cellar. For more relaxed meals or cocktails, La Brasserie offers an elegant take on Parisian dining amidst black leather sofas and sleek granite-topped tables.


Immerse yourself in the serenity of The Grosvenor Spa in which every detail has been designed to evoke a state of relaxation, vitality and total wellbeing. Experience a luxurious and tranquil haven where a menu of rituals and treatments promises to balance mind, body and spirit. A steam room, herb sauna, ice fountain, footbath area, and salt grotto round off the list of sublime comforts.


In line with the hotel’s dedication to excellence, each of the 68 guestrooms and 12 suites feature unique designs and décor. All rooms are equipped with luxury amenities, Wi-Fi Internet access, and fully stocked minibars.


For meetings, events and special occasions you can choose from a variety of stylish and versatile meeting rooms suitable for events from 2 to 250. All have elegant surroundings and up to the minute equipment.


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