BEST WESTERN Rose Quartz Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Rose Quartz Inn Chester
Small town folk are great. Small town motels are often not. This was great both for the people and the accommodations.
It's a BW Plus -- the minimum for us with BW now. It's fairly new. Nice rooms. Quiet. Comfortable beds. And friendly small town hosts.
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