Chester is a City worth a visit of several days in order to fully appreciate its delights. A fine place to stay in the City of Chester is the QUEEN HOTEL. We travelled to Chester on the train and the Queen Hotel is within easy bag-rolling distance of the Chester railway station. The Hotel celebrates Chester's two-thousand year history and its associations with Roman Legions and British Monarchy. The staff were very polite and helpful. The guest lounges are spacious and comfortable while the room we were given in the King's building was very comfortable and quiet.
All told this Hotel and its adjacent City are a delight worth enjoying.
"Good value and quality, easy to find, good parking"
I stayed one night on business during April. The room was easy to find but quite a long way from reception. However this meant it was quiet and had a nice view on a grassy area and trees beyond.
Car parking is excellent; it is spacious and safe.
Breakfast was in my room rate. It was mainly a nice buffet with a good choice. In addition toast, coffee and eggs bacon etc were available to order. Service was very quick. Good breakfast.
The restaurant was quite quiet and the staff extremely pleasant and attentive (perhaps I was asked a few times too many whether the food was OK). The smoked salmon starter was a bit boring and unadventurous but the main course steak was very nice.
The room was nice and large with a sofa and large bed. The bathroom was OK with good towels. The shower temperature was a little difficult to set. All very clean and tidy. The radiator in the room had an easy to use temperature control that allowed me to get the room temperature just right.
Recommended, nothing really wrong with this hotel.
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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.