Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel in Chester
City-centered St John Street is dominated by the imposing Chester Cathedral which was the only structure remain untouched when Henry VIII was on a dissolution spree of all the monasteries. Apart from historic attractions, the area also features some of city’s most popular hotels like the Macdonald New Blossoms Hotel and more.
Eastgate Street gets its name from the outstanding Eastgate which features the colossal clock, built for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897. While walking along the street you will see the 2 mile long city walls. You will also find top luxury hotels like the Chester Grosvenor near the museum.
Grosvenor Park Road is home to the imposing Grosvenor Museum which features the biggest collection of collection of Roman tombstones in UK. From here you can also visit the nearby attractions including the Chester Castle, Old Dee Bridge and the Chester Racecourse.