The hotel has 68 bedrooms and 12 stylish suites. Bedrooms at The Chester Grosvenor offer the ultimate in luxury and comfort with each room individually designed and beautifully furnished with the finest fabrics to offer a deeply sumptuous stay.
Spacious and adaptable, their suites are ideal if you would like to add an extra something special to a stay. In addition, most suites have as standard, a CD player with a selection of CDs and walk-in separate shower facilities. All rooms are fully air-conditioned and double-glazed, each having a wide screen digital television, Bose CD radio alarm clock, iPod docking station, modem point, complimentary WIFI, 2-line telephone with 3 extensions, towelling bathrobes, slippers, guest safe, trouser press, individually stocked mini-bar and exclusive luxurious toiletries. The majority of rooms have a DVD player.
From the chic sophistication of Michelin starred Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor, the elegance of The Arkle Bar and Lounge, to the relaxed Parisian style La Brasserie, there is a dining experience to suit all tastes and occasions.
The exceptional menus designed by executive chef Simon Radley change seasonally, with the emphasis on using the very best, fresh local produce in imaginative and innovative ways. The carefully crafted wine list complements the array of menus with an eclectic choice of wines from all over the world. The distinct grape varieties and styles chosen offer a selection of wines suitable for all tastes and palates.
Every detail of the boutique spa has been designed to evoke a state of relaxation, vitality and total wellbeing. A menu of rituals and treatments is designed to balance mind, body and spirit. Delivered by the skilful hands of experienced therapists using the finest lotions and potions from their chosen product houses, your unique spa experience will exceed all your expectations.
Chester can trace its origins back to Roman times, making it one of Great Britain's earliest towns. Established in 70 AD the Romans called their settlement Dewa (pronounced Deva). You can still walk the ancient city walls, the most complete in the country to catch a glimpse of the largest Roman amphitheatre in Britain and admire the architectural beauty of Chester Cathedral.
This historic city is renowned for its two-tier shopping galleries known as the ‘Rows’, its Victorian half-timbered buildings, and its racecourse which is reputedly the oldest in the country, dating back to the 16th century. Close to Chester is Chester Zoo, the beautiful gardens of Tatton, Ness and Arley Hall, a number of outstanding stately homes, historic medieval castles and the mountains of North Wales.