Hotel review: Comfortable luxury at The Chester Grosvenor, Chester

The Chester Grosvenor hotel
Tim Firmager
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The Chester Grosvenor, located in the heart of Chester is known for its style and elegance. Boasting the Simon Radley restaurant, which has retained its Michelin star for more than 25 years and a spa for some relaxation from retail therapy, we at Vada checked-in to find out what The Chester Grosvenor really has to offer.

The Chester Grosvenor

On arrival we were greeted immediately for check-in with a glass of champagne, and with only 68 room and 12 suites we cannot imagine guests are ever kept waiting. Check-in was swift, after which we were escorted to our room, receiving a short tour of the facilities en route, and a tour of the amenities available in the room. The hotel is split over 3 floors (ground up to the second floor), and whilst there is a lift, a stroll up or down the bespoke wooden staircase seems much more fitting.

As well as the restaurants on the ground floor (Simon Radley, La Brasserie – serving meals throughout the day, and Arkle Bar & Lounge for afternoon tea), the first floor is home to the spa, fitness centre and a gallery space – where you can take a break or do some work with a cup of tea ordered from reception.

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About Tim Firmager

Tim divides his time being a Digital Consultant in The City and as a food and travel writer across the globe. When he's not working as one of the Lifestyle Editors here at Vada, he's planning his next trip, or on the lookout for the latest food crazes or unusual foods in London's markets.