Travelodge Chester Central
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTravelodge Chester Central
I think the building is a conversion, but not well executed. Hotel reception staff were nowhere to be seen and had left their pager on the desk so were not contactable for about 15 minutes until he returned. The room was extremely plain and with tall ceilings was very cold. The undersized heater / airconditioner took all evening to raise the temperature. Car parking was an NCP nearby but not that near. Well located however for the city walls.
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