Formulaic, old fashioned and very tired (the premises, not me), the place needs a complete refurbishment, preferably by someone whose head is not stuck in 1970s provincial Britain. Failing that, at lease please clean the bedroom carpets - they really were very nasty.
All that said, the whole experience was made so much better than bearable by the most impressive team of staff I've encountered in years: young and sparky, incredibly helpful and mindful of their guests' comfort. Breakfast was also pretty good for a place this large.
Convenient hotel in a village location to the south of Chester. Improvement works to the entrance etc taking place at present, but besides some extra contractor's vans in car park did not disturb. Our double room faced the inner court and although perhaps a little small, had a good bathroom. The room was only let down by squeaky floorboards in room above on one evening. The restaurant was good with attentive staff.
Traveller from Fareham, Hants
This 18th-century cottage-style brick building, surrounded by landscaped gardens, is located in the village of Pulford, five …More
Terrific location - kind and thoughtful staff - excellent food and refreshments - a spacious, immaculate room. Even the view on the courtyard was lovely. We LOVED that the floors/rooms were named after Royalty. The weather was terrific too, but I can't attribute that directly to Best Western Premier Queen. Maybe they just have connections at the Highest Levels!
Lovely hotel, close to the centre. 5 minute walk into the centre
. Parking free in private car park next to hotel.
Very clean and modern. Excellent breakfast with cooked and cold variety.
Room very spacious and lovely clean bathroom.
Traveller from Darlington
Situated on an historic Roman site the Mill Hotel was opened by its present owners in 1987. The original Griffiths Cornmill …More
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.