Hotel Indigo Chester

Ian Jones, Food and Drink Editor
Ian Jones

Hotel Indigo Chester is one of Chester’s must-stop places for those looking for luxury in this stunning historic city. It’s based a short walk from the train station, in the very heart of the city centre, with the excellent Wood Chester restaurant attached – and well worth a visit in its own right.

The rooms are, not to put too fine a point on it, stunning. We stay in the corner balcony suite on the top floor, which is immense, with acres of space, high ceilings and incredible views over the beautiful skyline of Chester – all towering spires and enormous trees. The beds are huge, the bathrooms are huge, the sheer sense of luxury is, that’s right, huge. A free-standing bath, with a range of scented bath salts, takes the concept of luxury and runs with it. And runs some more.

But this isn’t some standard high-end hotel that you could find anywhere, it has a unique charm to it. The walls are full of fascinating artwork, but it combines this with a modern feel – high-quality furnishings and the finest bed linen money can buy.

Hotel Indigo Chester is the definition of a special occasion destination. Treat yourself, at least once. High-end hotels don’t get much more high-end than this.

 

Grosvenor Park Rd,ChesterCH1 1QQ View map
Telephone: 01244735745 Visit Now

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