Housed in an historic building with a black and white timbered façade, The Chester Grosvenor is situated in the centre of the beautiful Roman city of Chester. The existing building dates back to 1865 and the five red star hotel is one of the city’s greatest landmarks.
Bedrooms at The Chester Grosvenor offer the ultimate luxury and comfort to help you relax after exploring the charming city of Chester. Each room has been individually designed and beautifully furnished with the finest fabrics to offer you a deeply sumptuous stay.
Be pampered in the tranquil and soothing haven of The Spa at The Chester Grosvenor, where every detail has been designed to evoke a state of relaxation, vitality and wellbeing, from the heavenly Thermal Suite to our carefully selected product partner, ELEMIS.
Savour the creative menus of ‘Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor’, which has retained its Michelin star since 1990 and where each dish is lovingly prepared by our dedicated team of Chefs. Our experienced Sommelier is on hand to find the perfect accompaniment from one of the UK’s most extensive wine cellars with over 700 bins from all over the world.
Offering modern, fresh cooking, La Brasserie’s vibrant 2 AA Rosette restaurant prepares beautiful dishes using flavours and ingredients from home and abroad. A glamorous Champagne bar takes centre stage, serving everything from Cappuccinos to Cosmopolitans and an exquisite selection of Champagne.
The Arkle Bar and Lounge is a luxuriously comfortable area of understated elegance and sophistication. Discover our worldwide collection of over 40 gins or choose from a selection of interesting malts, vintage ports and a wide range of liqueurs. It is also the perfect spot for picking up the paper and enjoying morning coffee, light lunch or afternoon tea.
The Chester Grosvenor has a variety of stunning event spaces, which set the scene for an unforgettable event or a fairy tale wedding.
Please visit in-line with current restrictions, and check their website before visiting to ensure they are open.