Set in the 2000-year old city of Chester in North-west England
Home to Michelin-starred restaurant, ‘Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor’ and one of the most extensive wine cellars in England, The Chester Grosvenor is a connoisseur’s haven in the heart of historic Chester. The Grade II listed building, with its appealing black and white timbered façade also houses a Parisian style restaurant, La Brasserie, where the black leather sofas, sleek granite table tops and hand-painted glass skylight all add to the feeling of French sophistication.Read more[SPLIT]Read less
The first floor hosts a truly indulgent spa where you can escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. It has five luxury treatment rooms, a peaceful relaxation area and a Thermal Suite featuring a Herb Sauna, Themed Shower, Ice Fountain, Crystal Steam Room, Salt Grotto and Foot Baths. The period façade belies the modern elegance of the interior. All rooms and suites are individually decorated in contemporary colours and fabrics with traditionally styled furniture, some with four-poster beds.
Discover the eclectic mix of boutique shops in the Medieval Rows’ shopping galleries. In summer, take a boat cruise on the river Dee or spend a day at Chester Races. Return to savour haute cuisine at ‘Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor’ named after its llustrious chef and with a Michelin star that it has retained since 1990.
Enjoy your stay!