This was our first visit to this hotel, set in the centre of Chester. It was a surprise for my husband's birthday and to my delight we received a complimentary upgrade on our room when we arrived! The room was amazing and the staff were attentive and courteous at all times. We didn't manage to sample the food at the restaurants, as they were fully booked. However, the breakfast in the morning was perfect. The only thing I would mention is that I paid for breakfast to be included yet the following day I was charged for breakfast. When questioning I was advised I had only paid for continental so be careful.
We stayed on a Saturday night our room was a good size and very clean. We were offered breakfast at a reduced rate of £25, should have bee £35 which I think is very expensive for two people. Staff were very friendly and the location very central, with multi storey around the corner for £10 a day. When we arrived we just dropped our bags and went straight out. We arrived back at the hotel around 12.30 am to find out that there was a night club next door, and the front of hotel people were stood smoking and shouting. It was very unpleasant to see and worried that all the noise would keep us awake. We decided to go into the hotel bar and thoroughly enjoyed a cocktail and a good chat with folk. We went to bed around 1.30am and from our room 313 you could here the noise outside but it wasn't as bad as expected. We soon nodded off and had a very comfortable nights sleep. The night club doesn't belong to the hotel, and it's a shame really because if you are on first or second floor you would be disturbed badly. To sum up its a lovely hotel with good staff in a good location just make sure you get a room on top floor.
Looked for a hotel within walking distance of the city centre with parking and the Abode fitted the bill perfectly.
Throughout our short stay we couldn't find fault with anything regarding the hotel or the staff.
The room was large, modern and very clean indeed with a large comfortable bed, large bathroom, bathrobes and lots of lovely towels.
there was a good selection for breakfast, cooked to exactly what was asked for with an endless supply of coffee, tea and toast.
Car parking was under the hotel and had a £10 supplement. Well worth the cost as it was safe and on the day of checkout we were told we could leave the car there until later following a day in the city--very helpful as it saved us seeking another carpark.
We stayed two nights at this hotel during the week. It was well situated for chester zoo and down the road from chester. There was a good choice of food at breakfast we enojoyed dinner here also. The pool and changing facilities were clean and free for guests. The spa was busy but they managed to fit my wife in for the lat day of our stay.
Traveller from York
A delightful 4 star country hotel, the Mollington Banastre is a beautifully crafted manor house built in 1853, and is located …More
My partner and I stayed one night in Oddfellows, we had a brilliant time, lovely rooms, very friendly staff and immaculate throughout. Great range of drinks in the bar and lovely garden area to the rear. Although close to the centre of town it was quiet when in the bedroom. We both really enjoyed our stay.
Traveller from North Wales
Situated in the heart of Chester Cheshire minutes from the River Dee and the vibrant and chic boutiques in the city you will …More
Terrific location - kind and thoughtful staff - excellent food and refreshments - a spacious, immaculate room. Even the view on the courtyard was lovely. We LOVED that the floors/rooms were named after Royalty. The weather was terrific too, but I can't attribute that directly to Best Western Premier Queen. Maybe they just have connections at the Highest Levels!
Sitting on the banks of the River Dee, Chester is a beautiful city and the gateway to North Wales. The striking city walls envelop the medieval town, offering superb views of Chester Racecourse and the famous Eastgate Clock for those who walk the circuit. Grosvenor Park gives way to 20 acres of greenery, where visitors can ride the miniature railway and admire the fountains and streams along the way.
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