About The Chester Grosvenor
Pride of Britain ''Hotel of the Year 2011'.
Housed in a historic listed building complete with a traditional black and white timbered façade, The Chester Grosvenor is owned by and named after The Duke of Westminster and his family. Situated in the very centre of the Roman city of Chester, the hotel is a delightful mixture of traditional and contemporary style.
The exceptional fine dining restaurant, Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor, has retained its coveted Michelin star since 1990 and is renowned throughout the country for its creative menus and extensive wine collection. For more relaxed meals or cocktails, La Brasserie offers an elegant take on Parisian dining amidst black leather sofas and sleek granite-topped tables.
If one arrives encumbered with all the tension of a long journey, then The Grosvenor Spa with its five treatment rooms and tranquil Thermal Suite should be the first stop after checking in. A menu of therapies, called Rituals, promises to knead and soothe all manner of complaints from tired bodies.
In line with this dedication to excellence, each of the 68 guestrooms and 12 suites features unique décor and is equipped with top-quality amenities.