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Chester United Kingdom Accommodations

Find the perfect hotel in Chester using our hotel guide provided below. Search for the cheapest discounted hotel and motel rates in or near Chester, United Kingdom for your upcoming personal or group trip. We list the best Chester hotel rooms. Review the Chester hotel list below to find the perfect lodging. We also have a map of the Chester hotels. Coordinating a group? Get Chester Group Hotel Deals

The Chester center point is approximately the area of Chester Gateway Theatre and the area of Chester Cathedral.

Chester Hotels & Accommodations

Crowne Plaza Chester - Chester
Trinity St., Chester, CH12BD United Kingdom
  • 3 star hotel
  • 160 rooms in property
The Chester Grosvenor Eastgate St., Chester, CH11LT United Kingdom
  • Luxurious Five Star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 6 meeting rooms
  • Great room
  • Fabulous afternoon tea
Very Good 4.5 /5Recent Reviews CallBookMore Details
Holiday Inn Express Chester Racecourse - Chester
Chester Racecourse, Chester, CH12LY United Kingdom
  • 3 star Downtown hotel
  • 97 rooms in hotel
  • Desserts were ok, said 60%
  • Great view
Abode Chester
Grosvenor Rd., Chester, CH12DJ United Kingdom
  • Four star hotel
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
Dene Hotel : 95 Hoole Rd.
95 Hoole Rd., Chester, ch23nd United Kingdom
  • Midscale Suburban hotel
  • 9 suites in hotel
  • No wi-fi
  • Most guests criticized the small bathroom
Mollington Banastre Hotel & Spa : Parkgate Rd. Parkgate Rd., Chester, CH16NN United Kingdom
  • Four-star Suburban property
  • 8 suites in property
  • Bathroom could be optimized
  • Beds need improvement
Holiday Inn Chester South Wrexham Rd., Chester, CH49DL United Kingdom
  • 4-star hotel
  • Check-in time: 14.00
The Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa - Pulford Wrexham Rd., Pulford, CH49DG United Kingdom ~2.97 miles southwest of Chester
  • High end Rural hotel
  • 3 floors in hotel
  • Fabulous staff
  • Delicious food
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Rowton Hall Hotel in Chester
Whitchurch Rd. Rowton, Chester, CH36AD United Kingdom
  • Four-star property
  • Fitness center on property
  • Relaxing atmosphere
  • Friendly service
Doubletree by Hilton Chester in Chester Warrington Rd., Chester, CH23PD United Kingdom
  • Four-star Suburban property
  • 14 suites in property
  • Most guests thought the cleanliness of the hotel was average
  • Accessible parking
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Days Hotel Chester North
Welsh Rd., Flintshire, ch52hx United Kingdom ~4.82 miles west of Chester
  • Midscale hotel
  • 40 rooms in property
Village Hotel Club Chester St. David’s : St. Davids Park Interchange St. Davids Park Interchange, Ewloe Deeside, CH53YB United Kingdom ~6.55 miles west of Chester
  • Four star property
Village Hotel Club St. David's Park - Chester St. Davids Park Interchange Ewloe Deeside, Chester, CH53YB United Kingdom
  • Four star hotel
Average 3.5 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Days Inn Chester East Roadchef Motorway Service Area, Chester, CH24QZ United Kingdom
  • Affordable property
  • Hotel has 2 floors
Holiday Inn Ellesmere Port / Cheshire Oaks : Centre Island Waterways Lower Mersey St.
Centre Island Waterways Lower Mersey St., Ellesmere Port, CH652AL United Kingdom ~6.75 miles north of Chester
  • Mid-scale property
Very Good 4.5 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Mercure Chester North Hotel in Ellesmere Port
Berwick Rd., Ellesmere Port, CH664PS United Kingdom ~6.95 miles northwest of Chester
  • Midscale Rural property
  • 4 suites in hotel
  • Excellent staff
  • Expensive taxi
Brook Meadow Hotel : Heath Lane Childer Thornton Heath Lane Childer Thornton, South Wirral, CH667NS United Kingdom ~7.50 miles northwest of Chester
  • Midscale hotel
  • 3 meeting rooms in hotel
Holiday Inn Chester West
Westbound A55, Mold, CH76HB United Kingdom ~7.75 miles west of Chester
  • Three Star property
  • Check in: 14.00
Grove Guest House
36 Chester Rd., Wrexham, LL112SD United Kingdom ~10.36 miles southwest of Chester
  • High end Downtown hotel
  • 2 floors in property
Holiday Inn Express Liverpool John Lennon Airport - Liverpool
1 Speke Hall Ave., Liverpool, L241UX United Kingdom ~10.43 miles north of Chester
  • 3 star Airport hotel
  • Free breakfast available
  • Air conditioning was criticized by 78%
  • Disappointing food
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The Lemon Tree Hotel in Wrexham
29 Rhosddu Rd., Wrexham, LL112LP United Kingdom ~10.53 miles southwest of Chester
  • Economical Downtown hotel
  • 12 sleeping rooms in hotel
Hampton by Hilton Liverpool / John Lennon Airport in Liverpool
Speke Hall Ave., Liverpool, L241YD United Kingdom ~10.62 miles north of Chester
  • Mid-scale Downtown hotel
  • 160 rooms in hotel
  • Average beds
  • Good access to the airport, said 100%
Very Good 4.5 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
Best Western Forest Hills Hotel - Frodsham Overton Hill, Frodsham, WA66HH United Kingdom ~10.65 miles northeast of Chester
  • 3 star Rural hotel
  • Check-in time: 2pm
Crowne Plaza Liverpool John Lennon Airport
Liverpool Airport Speke Aerodrome, Liverpool, L248QD United Kingdom ~10.82 miles north of Chester
  • 3 star Airport hotel
  • 164 sleeping rooms in hotel
Ramada Plaza Wrexham : Ellice Way Ellice Way, Wrexham, LL137YH United Kingdom ~10.91 miles southwest of Chester
  • High-end Downtown property
  • Fitness + Health Center
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Sir John Vanbrugh, perhaps the most decorated of Chester residents and among the finest of British architects of all time, once remarked that, 'Building a home has been difficult enough. What, then, of building cities? Countries, anyone? The World?'
In a broad enough viewpoint, these words resound with meaning and significance like few other. What Sir Vanbrugh had in mind while uttering these immortal words is quite truly exhibited by his hometown of Chester, Cheshire. Often regarded as a city that has been rebuilt over and over again, Chester still hasn't lost an ounce of its passion for life, its charisma to draw in newer people and its influence over the ones who are already living there. 

Resting on the banks of the picturesque River Dee, Chester of the 21st century is a bustling city that houses more than 300,000 people. Its residents hail from various parts of the world, making Chester a real melting pot of races, languages, cultures and customs. Being among the most popular, and indeed, among the last of the walled cities of England, Chester has done well to realize and preserve its unique heritage in a way that few other cities have been able to. 

Budget Hotels in Chester 

Chester is not, quite admittedly, among the hottest of tourist destinations in the UK. However, that is not enough to change the fact that one can easily find traditionally kept cheap hotels and bed and breakfast establishments throughout the city of Chester with great ease. These establishments are chiefly run in order to provide people visiting Chester on business, or for pleasure, with affordable and pleasant accommodation to make their stay satisfactory. 

Even though these places, much expectedly, do not provide high end services like in-house round the clock room service, they are usually good enough to expect satisfactory accommodation from. 

Luxury Hotels in Chester 

If budget accommodation is not really your cup of tea, worry not, because Chester many other options all in the open for you. For travelers and tourists who love to spend money in order to get a classy, high-end treatment during their trip, there are over two dozen luxury hotels in Chester that can stand up to lofty expectations. 

Among the usual suspects are the Crowne Plaza, Grosvenor Chester and Edgar House. The last one, Edgar House, is situated on the banks of River Dee and is, perhaps, the best of the lot in terms of scenic beauty and the local reputation. The hotel is known to provide its guests with a complete package of lavish hotel stay and fully inclusive local sightseeing and guided tours. 

Another remarkable property in Chester is the Double Tree Chester by Hilton. Formerly an aristocratic mansion, the property has now been turned into a state of the art royal hotel that gives its patrons a feel of what it must be like to be a Victorian aristocrat in balmy, sleepy and rural England. 

Boutique and Independent Hotels in Chester 

We have covered budget and luxury hotels in Chester so far. In addition to these cheap hotels and incredibly steeply priced mansions, there is a curious third kind that has evolved during recent times. 

Independent and boutique hotel establishments in Chester are not only comfortable and convenient, they are usually very fairly priced. From converted holiday homes to antique villas and from room based rentals to family based guest houses, Chester has them all.

What Should I Know Before Sightseeing in Chester? 

If you are planning a trip to Chester, you should know that Chester is a city that you can typically see around in a couple of days. Perhaps that the main reason why many Liverpool residents seem to make a trip to Chester during weekends. When you are in Chester, you will come across heaps of historical sites and buildings. So, to really get the hang of what you are seeing or are about to see, you need to be at least mildly versed in Chester's history. Otherwise, there's a high chance that you will end up not enjoying the sightseeing stints in Chester. 

If you are a football fan, you will realize that making short trips to Liverpool is quite easy and rewarding. You can visit the Anfield, that famed home of the Liverpool FC and see up close how the football machinery of one of the most talked about clubs in the world really operates. Also, talking of Liverpool, a mention of the Beatles cannot escape, regardless of the context. For true Beatlemaniacs, Liverpool holds a treasure trove of memorabilia and collectibles, with a fat chance for posing against famous Beatles landmarks. 

Back in Chester again, gamblers and sports enthusiasts can visit the famous Chester Racecourse and perhaps, try their hand at one of the many horse races that are always on. As far as architecture is concerned, Chester Cathedral is one among the best in England. It wouldn't really be an overstatement to say that every other building in Chester, to new eyes, looks like an architectural wonder. 

For those who visit Chester along with a family comprising of children, a visit to the Chester Zoo can be quite a fun outing. The Chester Zoo is aimed at educating as well as entertaining people through various placards, audio-visual shows and documentaries. 

On the food front, sightseers should remember that Chester holds many hidden gems of restaurants, from Sticky Walnuts to Hanky Panky Pancakes, that are guaranteed to appeal to your taste buds with some true English cuisine. 

Hotels Near Airport in Chester 

Hawarden Airport is the nearest airport to the city of Chester, and often referred to as Chester Airport. Tourists generally find it difficult to locate a good hotel near the airport as the city centre is over 5 miles away from the airport. That said, there are still some affordable establishments in the vicinity of Hawarden Airport. They are, however, not really comparable with other Chester hotels. 

Best Time to Travel to Chester 

To get the best deal with Chester hotels, you will probably choose the option of traveling to Chester in the slow season, from October to December. Otherwise, the summer months of March to June are always the safest bet. 

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