Carden Park Hotel

Address: Carden Park, Chester, Cheshire, England, CH3 9DQ, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Carden Park, Chester, is near Cheshire Farm Ice Cream, Beeston Castle, Spa at Carden, and Gresford Bells.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Carden Park Hotel Chester

      FABULOUS

      from

      Just returned from celebrating my partners 50th - we were upgraded to suite with jacuzzi bath for 2. Staff always helpful, spa excellent and dinner outstanding. This is our fourth visit and if you want an away from it all experience and to be pampered this is the place.

      Lovely upmarket hotel

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      My husband and I stayed for one night (Feb 05) at the Carden Park. We had a lovely time and would highly recommend it. The staff were all courteous and helpful. Our room was very spacious with a small kitchenette, balcony and large bath. We ate in the Brassiere, the food was reasonably priced and very good. We decided to treat ourselves and have morning papers delivered along with breakfast in bed, well worth the extra cost.

      The spa facilities were good although the Jacuzzi was alittle cold and smelt strongly of bleach. There are not many chairs or loungers around the pool and some people placed towels on them even when they were not using them, which is a little thoughtless. Towels were provided, one sauna and two steam rooms.

      There were extensive grounds around the hotel itself and if you feel energetic there are bikes for hire.

      Overall a nice hotel without the often snooty staff which can accompany a hotel of this standard.

      Excellent, first class

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      stayed August Bank holiday Monday and Tuesday, last minute deal, the hotel was excellent. We had a courtyard suite which had a lounge,huge bed in the separate sleeping area,two televisions,brilliant bathroom with speakers so that I could listen to music whilst I relaxed in the bath, dressing area,balcony with table and seats,fridge and kitchenette. The leisure facilities were first rate, loved the pool and the bucket shower, the grounds are huge, we don't play golf but loved walking around the golf course and the water features, the breakfast was excellent, the evening meal was cooked and served brilliantly, the staff were lovely.

      The bathrobes were fluffy and I loved every minute, try it !!!

      A great golf resort with some hotel flaws

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      We spent three days and nights here in August. The property is lovely and provides great golf and an enormous range of outdoor activities for people of all ages. It is a good base for a family that was active outdoors. The hotel accommodated our early arrival from the States most graciously. The rooms are adequate in size for a couple but a bit cramped for families, although that is to be expected. The two dining options (one formal, one informal) are adequate but another one would be necessary to gain a higher review. The service in both dining rooms was quite poor, to be honest. The formal room was full of people who did not speak english well. That excuse was not available to the young girls in the informal dining area! They were just inert! The wine selection is minimal for a 4 star restaurant. There were several other bizarre shortcomings - 1) at night an unpleasant sewage smell wafted across the front of the building and into our rooms on some nights. 2) the room windows barely open, and of course there is no aircon, so I would not visit at the peak of summer again. I was baffled why they have floor to ceiling windows but did not take the extra step of making a balcony or patio, and more than 80% of the window glass is fixed and not open-able: why so restrictive? There are no criminals lurking about! 3) the front desk would only change 50 pounds of travelers checks per day. Again, why so restrictive? A final note: it is a choice venue for weddings and other celebrations so be prepared for late noisy nights on weekends.

      Very Plush

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      Stayed over 1 night with my husband, had a manicure when I arrived, very friendly spa staff. Beautiful gardens, had a go at Archery. Room was very large and airy. Unusual layout, as the rooms were in blocks of 6 set out in the courtyard behind the main building. We had a small kitchenette, and a dressing area and the bathroom was also large and nicely decorated, Would recommend this to anyone.

      A late surprise!

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      We required a luxurious, restful, break, and this hotel fullfilled everything. The setting was superb, with views over landscaped gardens and golf course. Room was well presented, and quiet, no tournament on at the time. Food in the restaurant and brasserie was excellent, superb Caesar salad(better than Gordon Ramsay).The staff were very polite and couldn't do enough for us, this made our stay even more pleasurable.

      Well done DeVere! We will be back!

      Execellent atmosphere

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      Have been twice to this hotel. Friendly, discreet staff, nothing is too much trouble. The spa is to die for. Plan to visit on a regular basis

      Wonderful!!

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      I have stayed at Carden Park on a number of occasions for both business and pleasure. I can't recommend it enough. Peaceful location in the country, wonderful 'log cabin style' rooms and excellent service! A luxury stay!!!

      Fabulous Hotel

      from

      This wonderful hotel set amongst acres of lovely countryside with an impressive golf course, driving range and bicycle hire if you want to take advantage of the grounds (Chargeable). I was lucky enough to have a suite which was a godsend and made my stay extra special. Large bedroom, TV (with pay to view channels), Iron, Hairdyer, TV. A lounge with sofa, TV, table and chairs. Large bathroom with shower and jacuzzi bath and lots of wonderful smellies! Every morning I would recieve a note informing me of the weather that day, a bowl of fresh fruit and a bottle of mineral water. Completely spoilt! The staff are fantastic, really friendly and nothing is too much trouble. Two restaurants, worth trying both as the food is great. Spa, Steam, Swimming pool, Gym, Pool Room, Sunbed etc. If you are looking for a break in the country, it would be a shame to overlook this wonderful hotel.

      Bravo

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      my daughter got married at carden park on the 5th july this year it was wonderful all round i could not fault it we had family over from america and they were most impressed we al had such a wonderful weekend i cannot wait to stay again bravo

      TripAdvisor Reviews Carden Park Hotel Chester

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Chester

      A recap of the first full week.

      A travel blog entry by avery.kiesling on Jan 18, 2015

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... a good portion of my week. Sessions included a tour of the library, meet and greets with the police officers in Chester, a tour of the campus, an info session about traveling in the UK/Europe, a health seminar, and many more sessions with topics along those lines. It was extremely useful and helped make the transition a bit less stressful. One of the scheduled events was a tour of the city center. ...

      A day in the Medieval City of Chester

      A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Aug 12, 2014

      2 comments, 35 photos

      ... mark the 900th birthday of the Cathedral.
      The choir stalls, which were built in 1380, are both beautiful and grotesque. Part of their beauty lies in the delicate high spiky intricate canopy which is perched above the stalls, and part of their grotesqueness lies in the wonderful carvings at the end of each stall, and on the misericords.
      Thanks to Google I now know that a misericordia or act of mercy seat was a really clever medieval way of helping the old and ...

      From Edinburgh to Chester

      A travel blog entry by gtlr on Jun 11, 2013

      ... is really quite blunt and to the point. Rather well done I thought. After a walk in the sun and having taken some photos we all piled back into the car and headed to our hotel. It's in Chester and it's great as the kids each have a separate bed so hopefully will get a good sleep tonight. Tomorrow we are heading into Wales for a bit of a look about and there is a matchbox toy museum Maurice told us about here that we will try and get to see as well.
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      Exploring Chester and Missioning Back to London

      A travel blog entry by dylanandliz on Apr 27, 2012

      20 photos

      From out B&B in Euston London we went straight to the train station to book tickets to Chester and were given a massive shock - $146 pounds for us to just get there one way!

      Since I had to get there for a job interview we had no choice but to bite the bullet and pay. Thank god that my New Zealand Eftpos card worked as our new credit card was still in the mail after we lost the old one in Thailand.

      Once there Liz spent the day exploring while I did the ...

      A comedy of errors

      A travel blog entry by hkk on May 30, 2011

      54 photos

      ... Ikea on Thursday to collect the missing pieces (and some extras that weren't on the shopping list! It is Ikea after all - everyone has been guilty of leaving that big yellow and blue warehouse with more in the car boot then they'd planned on!). With the missing pieces firmly in place, we dressed the bed and decorated the rest of the room, ready for its first guest on Friday.

      Gemma arrived on the train at midday on Friday. I was happy to see her in my new neck ...