Macdonald New Blossoms Hotel

Address: St. John Street, Chester, Cheshire, England, CH1 1HL, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on St. John Street, Chester, is near Chester Zoo, Chester Cathedral, Blue Planet Aquarium, and Cheshire Farm Ice Cream.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Beverage Selection

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          • Airport Transportation
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          • Kids activities or Babysitting
           

          TravelPod Member ReviewsMacdonald New Blossoms Hotel Chester

          Reviewed by crazydutchmumma

          Noisy street

          Reviewed Jul 11, 2013
          by (21 reviews) Brisbane , Australia Flag of Australia

          Echoing night revellers keep you awake, particularly if you face the streets

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Macdonald New Blossoms Hotel Chester

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Chester

          Day 3 - A Vision Built on Soap Bubbles -Temp 22

          A travel blog entry by britt.mark on Aug 25, 2016

          3 comments, 10 photos

          Quite by accident Bernadette found a place called Port Sunlight. Built by William Lever of Sunlight Soap fame it is an amazing village created for his workers. Adjacent to his factory it had schools, open space, hot and cold water, Church, hospital and the biggest Art Museum West of the Pennines. And all this was stared in 1888. A true …

          Ferry across the Mersey . . . . . .

          A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Nov 01, 2015

          41 photos

          ... hours in the Museum of Liverpool (free entry) which was very interesting and worthy of a longer visit. The fog cleared a little bit as we headed to Lime Street station to start the trip home via Manchester and Sheffield so it did allow us to see the mythical 'Liver Birds' atop the Liver Building overlooking the River Mersey. A return visit to the city will be had at some point as there is plenty more to see and do and maybe have a side trip to Southport ...

          Liverpool

          A travel blog entry by chrisandbruce on Oct 26, 2015

          4 photos

          ... places such as America, Canada and Australia. We were a bit disappointed that there was very little mention of anything maritime-related before the 1860s. One floor of the Maritime Museum is devoted to the subject of International Slavery and covers the period from the 1600s to today and the different types of slavery during that time.

          Tomorrow we have another three museums to visit. We arrived in Liverpool with the aim to visit The Beatles museum ...

          Liverpool

          A travel blog entry by a.baker.abroad on Oct 25, 2015

          Sunday means game day! I packed a small day pack and headed to the train station to make my way up to Liverpool for the Liverpool vs Southampton game at the one and only Anfield. The 3hr train trip through the countryside was enjoyable and flew by. I arrived in Liverpool just after 2pm, checked into my hostel and made my way to Anfield just after 3pm. A couple of pregame beers, a new scarf and a ...

          Walk by the canal and seeing locks to be used.

          A travel blog entry by isabelle134 on Aug 08, 2015

          8 photos

          ... these "Narrow Boats", small barges where one can live on, and that people hire for the summer, to sail the canals. Sometime they are moored and I can give a glimpse inside, nice and cosy!

          Soon the walk becomes less "industrial", grass and trees. At my left, high, I see the old city walls. In fact I remember that I had seen this place, from up the walls!

          Suddenly, locks. Four of them ...