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Stayed over with my boyfriend for my birthday, absolutely loved it! The hotel was easy to navigate and beautiful overall, the room was perfect with a lovely en suite bathroom, the pool and spa was amazing, really well priced, just loved it overall, thank you!
A basic business hotel that offers the essentials for the mid-week traveller. The room was 'minimalist' and somewhat sterile. The TV had an incredibly grey picture...probably to ensure it was in-keeping with the maroon and grey decor. Thankfully the room was incredibly clean and the mattress comfortable ...
A beautiful hotel set in beautiful grounds. The staff are very polite and extremely helpful. The room was very nice, spacious and comfortable, the only criticism I would have is although there were a lot of lights, the lighting in the bathroom were not bright enough to enable you to see well enough ...
A friendly welcome at the hotel and they let us check in early. Rooms clean but small and decor dated and in need of upgrading. Breakfast good selection but had to wait at buffet as some hot food had run out. Taxi into centre £5-6.
We needed somewhere to stay whilst visiting our daughter. It was a pleasant enough place very impressive grounds, rooms could certainly do with updating. Couple of weddings while we were there so very busy and noisy, but overall we would stay again. Mugs in rooms instead of cups and saucers, definitely ...
Cheshire is without doubt one of the most pleasant of the English counties, both in terms of weather and landscapes. This is a largely rural county, with cheese production from dairy herds still a major activity and market towns a very common feature of the landscape. It's a varied county, too, with hills in the south and east where the land begins to rise to the Welsh Hills and the Peak District, and castles and abbeys testify to its long and eventful history. With great attractions in places like Chester with its walls and castle, and the beaches at Warrington, you basically have everything in place here for a brilliant holiday. The good road and rail links also attract travelling executives and business reps, and specialist Cheshire business hotels have sprung up to cater for their needs also.
The business community has to be flexible, with travelling reps, for instance, often needing to book in and out at short notice, and have specialist facilities in place to make their stay a productive one. Above all, communications have to be good, so business hotels in Cheshire are generally close to trunk roads or in the centre of strategically positioned cities such as Chester and Stockport. Business hotels such as Village Hotel Warrington and Inglewood Manor at Ellesmere Port are close to conference centres and have high-speed WiFi as one of their facilities. Guestrooms with comfortable office chairs and desks are common, so that work can be carried on into the early hours. The staff will be trained in the needs of travelling executives and can put them quickly in touch with local suppliers and contacts where necessary.
A travelling company rep's life is not an easy one, and so many Cheshire business hotels offer a range of high-end services to help them relax when they're not attending conferences or burning the midnight oil. Sauna and massage treatments, indoor heated pools and fitness rooms are quite common, and a shuttle service to rail stations and airports can usually be arranged on request.