Chester & Queens Hotel

QueensHotel Lobby

The entrance is enticing with magnificent splendour as you walk through the revolving doors into the lobby. At first glance you can feel a certain ‘je nai said quos’. Eagerly anticipating the stay, after a late 3pm checkin, we headed up the grandiose stairs surounded by artwork and statutes pertaining to royalty, the fitting statue of Genghus Kahn was monumental to say the least. With statues surrounding the venue, the royal courtyard and a wedding suite to match. This would surely be a hotel to look at on a wedding venue list.

What a fabulous city and a stunning hotel, this 4* beauty is located just a 5 minute drive from the centre. Close to the railway station near to the canal. A walk up the canal will bring you to Chester River Cruises at mill point, which entails a three course dinner and music on a river cruise on a beautiful setting. Not a far walk is the old hakers arms, set on the riverside is a casual setting for a spot of brunch or afternoon lunch. A cool atmosphere on a hot summers afternoon.

If you take a stroll down the canal you will arrive at Chester Shopping centr and Chester Walls. Chester is a stunning city which has a lot to offer. Chesters shopping district is Upmarket with a great range of shops and a couple of bars, not to mention the famous Royal Ascot which is within walking distance, the Queen even races her horses here.

Due south is Chester Cathedral which is free to enter and even offers a Swarovski crystal last supper masterpiece. The cathedral is spacious and shrouded in history, you will be sure to enhance your knowledge with a visit here and if you need a last minute gift or two, the Chester Cathedral souvenir shop is the best place to buy ornaments, stones, beads and much more. The pieces are made with love, light and good intentions at heart.