Crowne Plaza Chester

Trinity Street, Chester, Cheshire, England, CH1 2BD, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chester

A Day at the Races

A travel blog entry by parkdel

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After leaving Edinburgh we knew we had to make our way down to London as we are to fly out of Heathrow airport. Our original intention was to say at Liverpool. We had also noticed that the Grand National horse race was coming up (which is run at the Aintree track – close to Liverpool) so we decided that this would be fun to attend. We then …

We're home!

A travel blog entry by jon-and-nic

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So, 18,198 miles later our trip is complete and we are home!

The past 3 and a half weeks have gone so fast. Both had a fantastic time and did not want to come home. We have seen some amazing sights ranging from the hustle and bustle of cities such as Las ...

A List of 60 Cultural "Tidbits"

A travel blog entry by rkarolanne

... will say English, Scottish or Welsh depending on what area they are from.

24. The Welsh are very proud of being Welsh and therefore will tell you immediately that they are Welsh.

25. There are running jokes between the Welsh, Scottish, English, and Irish making fun of one another.

26. The English are not so "into" Kate and William as you would think. They are actually talked about more in the States then here.

27. Every English ...

Travelling home

A travel blog entry by marionbenson

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The flight from Hong Kong took 12hrs and 30mins.Again, we had our welcome glass of champers and then not long into the flight we had our meal,which was chicken,potatoes and broccoli, followed by chocolate chip ice cream and tea.We settled down as much as we could with our blankets,pillows and eye shade.We both managed to sleep fitfully,whilst looking at the onboard map identifying where we were going and ...

Day 18 - Caernarfon & Walled City of Chester

A travel blog entry by franmart

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Cross the Irish Sea and travel to Caernarfon for a stop in the shadow of the mighty fortress. On through North Wales, past Conwy Castle to Chester. See the ruined Roman amphitheatre, city walls Tudor Rows and cathedral. Hotel Queen
Ferry ride to Hollyhead, Wales.
Arrived to a misty overcast day in NW Wales. Brief stop ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Trinity Street, Chester, is near Chester Zoo, Chester Cathedral, and Grosvenor Museum.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Crowne Plaza Chester

    Make sure you ask for rooms with air conditioning!!

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    My lovely sister organised a surprise birthday stay for me on sept 15th.She had beauty treatments booked and had requested a nice room if possible.

    Wish i could have stayed longer!!!

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    wow! this hotel was fab!!

    i booked it as a treat for my boyfriends birthday and it was well worth it!!

    the hotel is really luxurious and the service was excellent!

    we stayed for one night and could have used all heath club facilities but unfortunately, due to the huuuuuuuge buffet breakfast we munched, we had to go for a lie down and then had no time to sample it!!!

    (we looked thru the window though!!)

    the entrance to the hotel is concealed under a car park and is hard to find! other than that we had an amazing time

    Well located to city centre shops

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    my girlfriend and i stayed here for 2 nights 9th-10th aug. reason for our trip was to do a bit of shopping and visit family in north wales( no hotels of any standard in north wales!)

    Dingy hotel lobby but with rooms are comfortable

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    Booked a deluxe room with this hotel but only found out that the room has no air-con after checking in. It was during the hot summer and air-conditioning has become a must. Service staff suggested to bring us a fan but its not good enough. We decided to downgrade to a standard room where there is aircon and the service staff threw in complimentary breakfast for us. She was also very kind to check that everything in the standard room was in perfect condition before transferring us. Overall, it is a very nice stay with all the places of interest within waling distance.

    Nice on the inside

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    The renovations that have been discussed are pretty much done as far as I could tell though the AirCon was not yet turned on the night I stayed there. The desk clerk gave us a fan and luckily it cooled off enough to make the night bearable. The rooms were very nice; the bed was comfortable and the bathroom modern and functional. The swimming pool was quite nice. The outside of the hotel is quite ugly and not fitting for the city but if you can overlook that it's a great place to stay. The only trouble I had was that when I went to exit the carpark in the morning I found I had to go into the hotel to get a token which meant backing up the parking ramp accomplish this. Perhaps there was a sign I didn't notice but when I checked in I did ask the girl if she needed my car license number which should have been a clue that I needed a token .

    Well worth the money

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    Arrived in Chester by train so wanted to stay in centre. There is a free shuttle bus from Chester station to the bus station which is about 200 yards away from hotel. The reception staff were very helpful and changed our room which had been wrongly booked.There is a good choice at breakfast which at the weekend stopped at 11.30 so you could really lie in. There is a small pool which is kept at a very nice temperature and the gym is adequate.

    The hotel is just off the main shopping streets with numerous restaurants and if you take a Busybus tour (we did a day trip to North Wales) they pick you up from your hotel. I would definitely stay there again.

    Fantastic stay!

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    I had an absolutely wonderful stay here at the hotel! The staff were great, a credit to the hotel, from the reservationist that took my booking to the housekeeping staff that cleaned my room! The refurbishment is almost finished, they are just finishing the air condtioning. I had read the reviews on this website and was nearly put off, but I was so glad that I ignored them, I couldnt fault my stay one bit! Of course there would of been fire alarms and a bit of disruption throughout the refurbishment, you have to bear with these things. The leisure facilities are great and the restaurant & bar are stunning! Also, Chester is great city with lots of fantastic restaurants & bars! Dont let the comments on this website put you off, you'll have a great time!

    Good Central Hotel

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    We were upgraded to an executive suite on arrival, which was an added bonus, as we'd only paid 60 per night including breakfast. The hotel is also very central to shops, bars and restuarants.

    The room was clean and facilities sufficient for what we required. The drinks are quite expensive in the hotel bar, however, on balance the staff were friendly and helpful.

    The hotel was good value for 60 (inc breakfast), however, if I'd have paid more than that I would have been dissapointed.

    Diastrous stay

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    Stayed here on nights of June 16 and 17, 2006. Returned home in the early hours of June 18 following a two hour drive after checking out at 11.15pm on June 17 due to excessive noise from a wedding disco/band in a function room immediately below ours. What annoyed us most was that we first complained around 5pm when the band was rehearsing and our room on the first floor was vibrating with noise. The air conditioning in our room didn't work so we had to have the window open which didn't help. Following two complaints we went out for a walk and then took refuge in the bar where we had a lukewarm and not particularly pleasant meal. We thought the function had been moved to another room as it was quiet until 10pm when the racket started up again. Following a third complaint when we were told the event was going on until 1.30-2am we were offered a room on another floor which had a small double bed when we needed twin. When the duty manager came to the room he said he could hear the noise the length of the corridor. We received a refund of our second night's stay but that didn't make up for the ruined weekend and the fact that a treat which was intended to last all Sunday in Chester was cut short. I'm writing to the general manager asking how he intends to make amends for our disappointment and I'll post the result here in due course. It's just ridiculous that rooms were booked over what the management must have known was going to be a noisy event. We checked in really early too so I can only think that people on special weekends, ie inclusive packages with DBB are treated less favourably, no airconditioning and overlooking a roof. Our credit card was also charged twice in error before we even arrived.

    Sense of humour required

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    My husband and I stayed at this hotel for 1 night only - special treat. Although we knew the check-in was 2.00 pm we arrived a little earlier 12.30 parked our car and checked-in. We were told the room wasn't ready but would be at 2.00 pm - no problem and off we went to do some shopping. We returned to the hotel at around 4.00 pm we were greeted by the fire alarm and had to leave the building - 3 fire engines arrived and after the hotel was checked out we returned back to the Reception to re-check.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Crowne Plaza Chester

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent