Grade-Listed Accommodation in Chester

Chester is a coveted destination for lovers of history and architecture alike. Attracted by its fascinating past and unique buildings like Chester Cathedral and the Medieval Chester Rows, travellers with a taste for fine design and the antiquity flock to the city each year. Fortunately, Chester also offers Grade-listed accommodation for them that harks back to yesteryear.

The Queen at Chester

Constructed opposite Chester Station on City Road in 1860, the hotel was designed to serve the needs of first-class passengers arriving by rail. A Grade II-listed Italianate building, it has a stately stucco and brick façade and is just 10 minutes from the heart of Chester. History buffs staying can marvel at its esteemed guest list, which over the years has included writer and reformer Charles Dickens and socialite Lillie Langtry.

The Chester Grosvenor Hotel

A Grade II listed hotel, the Chester Grosvenor belongs to the Duke of Westminster. Constructed between 1863 and 1865, the building retains several period features. It also enjoys vistas of historic Chester landmarks like the famous four-sided Eastgate Clock, which earned its Grade I listed status in 1955.

The Doubletree by Hilton

This Warrington Road Hotel boasts is an 18th century manor house nestled in acres of well-groomed grounds. A Grade II-listed building, it features original Italian mosaic floors and Corinthian columns. Guests can enjoy tea in the terrace restaurant of wander its walled gardens. Three miles from the centre of Chester, it’s also in easy reach of Chester Racecourse and Chester Zoo.

Next time you stay in Chester, consider one of these elegant accommodation options.

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