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At a glance

Leisure Break Venue

A venue offering good leisure facilities, such as swimming pool, steam room, sauna and treatment rooms, but not a specialised spa location


The restaurant at this venue comes highly recommmended

Local Attractions

Places to visit nearby include Chester Cathedral, Lyme Park, Chester Zoo, Blue Planet Aquarium, Oulton Park and Cheshire Oaks Outlet Village

Horse Racing

Located within a short distance from a renowned race course

Hen Friendly

Ideal for hen parties and group bookings looking for a relaxing or fun filled weekend


Chester Grosvenor Hotel and Spa

The Chester Grosvenor and Spa, Eastgate, Chester, CH1 1LT

Chester, Cheshire, 41 miles SW of Manchester, 21 miles south of Liverpool.

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Spa & Leisure

The 5* Chester Grosvenor dates back to 1865 and is owned by the family of The Duke of Westminster. This Grade II listed building sits right in the heart of Chester - the beautiful walled city which was built by the Romans.

The Grosvenor Spa has five luxury treatment rooms, where they use Molton Brown and Elemis products to perform a wide range of traditional and holistic treatments that will rebalance and soothe your body and mind.

Take pleasure in the Thermal Suite experience… The aromatic herb sauna detoxifies and improves circulation and a themed shower awakens all the senses. Rehydrate in the Crystal Steam Room and allow the foot baths to take the weight off your feet. The salt grotto aids the respiratory system and crushed ice pours from the ice fountain to balance the effects of the sauna and steam rooms. This is Hydrotherapy at its very best.

There is a modern, fully equipped gym awaiting those who seek solace in fitness and exercise.

Hotel & Accommodation

On arrival, the stunning Black and White exterior is an impressive sight. Within, you will be greeted by tasteful, contemporary décor and a warm welcome.

The 68 bedrooms are fitted with queen or king-size beds, luxury fabrics and fine crafted furniture, including a writing desk and armchair. If you opt to stay in one of the 12 spacious suites you will benefit from spacious designated seating areas.

For 18 years the gourmet restaurant has proudly held its Michelin star and after a refurbishment has recently re-opened under a new name; 'Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor'. This restaurant serves contemporary dishes in elegant surroundings. La Brasserie is a Parisian-style restaurant where you can enjoy an informal meal or coffee. Traditional afternoon tea is served in The Arkle Bar and Lounge, a comfortable lounge area serving coffee, lunch and evening drinks.