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Apart from location, I have absolutely nothing positive to say about this hotel. It is old, tired and the rooms and bathrooms are small.
Our bathroom window was broken and couldn't be opened, which was actually a good thing since the smell from the kitchen...More
Wasn't what I was expecting. It's very fun down. Tv didn't work. Bathroom was so small I could hardly got in. I
It was very hot and incredibly noisy. Wardrobe had no doors. Damp stains on the walls. Bar wasn't even open.
I’d imagine coming back to Chester next year and this hotel will be a new student flat development. It’s a 1960 Hotel historians wet dream. Dated and old which needs updating or demolishing
But you know what - £60 for a night bang in the...More
Stayed one night while cycle touring. Staff helpful in putting my bike in a safe place.
Good price for myself in a twin room. Comfy bed and pillows.
Convenient for resteraunts and not too far to walk into the centre of Chester.
Very good location - next to the train station. The staff were very helpful and smiling.
The furniture is old and craves for renovation, but it was clean, we had everything we needed and the price was quite low.
It is on walking distance to...More
US$52 - US$132 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I'm here now, there's a small bar opposite reception but it was u staffed and unclear when/if it will be in use. They do breakfast for about a fiver, I won't be trying it, the Town Crier, a few doors down looks a better bet... More
I'm here now, there's a small bar opposite reception but it was u staffed and unclear when/if it will be in use. They do breakfast for about a fiver, I won't be trying it, the Town Crier, a few doors down looks a better bet. It's a Wetherspoons type place, not everyones cup of tea, but it looks clean, modern and busy with a good crowd.