Best Western Westminster Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Westminster Hotel Chester
Clean, quiet, nicely situated close to train station. And an easy walk to all areas of interest and pubs and shopping. Only draw back was the stairs from street level to lobby. For seniors with luggage very difficult . The other best western has same issue. But has a fellow to help you. We broke the handle of one piece of luggage pulling the bag up the stairs. We had to go into town and buy a new one to get around the rest of our trip. So beware of stairs.
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