Booked for a one night stay only but would definitely stay again. There was one downside. On returning to the Hotel bar, very hungry, at around 9.30 pm, having been at an Ordination Service since 5.30 pm. We were informed that the kitchen had closed at 9 pm. On mentioning that one of the party was diabetic and he really needed something to eat soon, we asked if there was anything that could be rustled up such as a scone, bread and butter, biscuits - anything at all. The waiter just shrugged and re-iterated that the kitchen had closed at 9 pm. Surely there must be something in the housekeeping stores such as biscuits, we replied. No effort was made on his part to satisfy our request. We then asked if he could find some crisps or buts which he did. I think that in the circumstances, and given the potential medical problems of a diabetic hypo attack, a better effort could have been made to find something from somewhere. Staff need to be alerted to the seriousness of diabetes and ideally, a supply of biscuits (say), kept in the bar for such incidences. Still not sure why the kitchen closed at 9 pm either. Seems to be very early for a first class hotel. We all remained hungry. Car parking is far from intuitive too. You need to aim for the Grosvenor Shopping Centre car park and find the hotel lift on Level 2. We couldn't, and ended up dragging our things all through the centre to the Hotel front door. Better signage in the car park is certainly needed.
We have stayed at this hotel before and found it to be very comfortable. Ate in the excellent restaurant as we did on our previous visit. Nice room, huge bed with all the necessary facilities. We will definitely go again
Hotel in the heart of the town, 10 minutes walk from train station. Staff at reception very informative and keen to help, as are all staff in the restaurant and bar. We had a room on the second floor, room at the rear of the hotel, which was very peaceful. room a little on the small side but adequate for the two of us. Great hearty breakfast set us up for the day. We had a meal in the restaurant after a couple of half price cocktails in the bar. Would stay again and recommend to others.
Staff were helpful and room was clean. Although I was only there for two nights my room was refreshed on the second day with new towels/shampoo etc this was done without request. This is quite a nice hotel.
This is obviously a well-run hotel. There has obviously been a lot of investment already in the infrastructure and more importantly in the staff. More improvements were ongoing when we stayed. The staff are motivated and proud of where they work.
Traveller from Quebec
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Disappointed with cleanliness and maintanence on arrival. Given another room by understanding helpful staff + robes/water/half bottle wine but expected robes and water for £216 per night! General standard of cleanliness not good enough. dinner in Marco Pierre White restaurant very disappointing and mediocre
A comfortable room Excellent breakfast Friendly and helpful staff. Hotel is let down by grim surroundings. Chester is supposedly a beautiful historic city. This hotel faces the back of Chester Market. Grim fascade of brick and concrete dating back to the seventies, probably. . A real eyesore. Not the hotel's responsibility but it is the grimmest ugliest setting imaginable for a four star hotel in a supposedly historic city.
Pleasant rural setting, within easy drive to Chester. The reason for our stay was an evening visit to the races, so not much time spent in the room - an outside chalet with basic accommodation, but clean and comfortable. Nice, wooded grounds and location with a very noisy dawn chorus!
Good value with a decent breakfast included, just adequate for a short stop over. They have weddings and conferences, and can see its a peaceful setting for them.
Roseville is an exceptionally well run and professional bed and breakfast establishment set in a quiet country road
nearly 3 miles from Chester. The owners Jerry and Tracy are very attentive without being intrusive, something that I quite like. A nice touch was a chocolate truffle on our pillows when we returned from the Chester races and the bedroom freshened up for our return.
Overall this B and B is faultless in my opinion.
Traveller from Plumley nr Knutsford
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Sitting on the banks of the River Dee, Chester is a beautiful city and the gateway to North Wales. The striking city walls envelop the medieval town, offering superb views of Chester Racecourse and the famous Eastgate Clock for those who walk the circuit. Grosvenor Park gives way to 20 acres of greenery, where visitors can ride the miniature railway and admire the fountains and streams along the way.