Abode Chester Hotel，Chester
The Hotel ABode Chester features 85 Comfortable, Desirable, Enviable and Fabulous bedrooms. All bedrooms are fitted to ABode's high standards and boast magnificent views of Chester and the Welsh hills. The jewel in the crown are the three Fabulous suites, spaciously fitted and designed to the highest levels of comfort and luxury, located on the 6th floor, each with private balcony and views over the city, race course or internal piazza. (p) On the 5th floor of the ABode Chester guests will find the stunning Michael Caines Restaurant together with a Champagne Bar and an outside terrace. The Restaurant serves Michael's award-winning modern British cuisine using the best local and regional produce. In addition to the à la carte and tasting menus, the Restaurant features the acclaimed Michael Caines dining concept of "grazing menus", whereby smaller portions of dishes from the à la carte menu can be enjoyed in either the Restaurant or more informally in the Champagne Bar. Private dining will also be available, and the entire 5th floor can be booked for exclusive use for upwards of 240 guests. (p) Located on the ground floor, the MC Café Bar & Grill of the ABode Chester offers informal and delicious food and drink throughout the day and evening, from coffee and homebaked pastries, to full à la carte dining. In the evenings, the BarMC becomes a late night lounge bar.
The site of the former Cheshire Constabulary headquarters, located at the gateway to Chester, has been developed to become ABode Chester. This boutique hotel is only 5 minutes by foot from the city center, the Chester Zoo is 4.2 miles from hotel, Chester Railway Station (National Rail) is 4 miles, and the nearest Airport is Liverpool John Lennon, 25 miles from the hotel.[查看地图]
|类型：||Epoque Classic Superior [学习更多]|
|地址：||ABode Chester [查看地图]|
|可否用信用卡结账：||MASTERCARD, VISA, AMEX, MAESTRO|
英国 | Chester
Chester is one of England's most attractive historic cities, situated in the North West of England in the county of Cheshire. Chester was founded as a "castrum" or Roman fort, hence the name, in the year 79 AD by the Roman Legion during the reign of the Emperor Vespasian. The city has various medieval buildings, although some of the black-and-white edifices within the city centre are Victorian restorations. Chester is one of the best well-kept walled cities in the British Isles, boasting a circuit measuring nearly 2 miles (3km). The town is thus particularly indicated for history lovers. The city abounds in medieval architecture and stunning half-timbered buildings, the most famous of which is the complex known as "The Rows", a series of covered galleries above street-level shops lining Watergate, Eastgate, and Bridge Street. The layout of The Rows dates back to the 13th century. One of the most amazing sites in Chester in the Chester Cathedral, a truly remarkable building, with a history spanning almost two thousand years. According to legend, a Druid temple existed on this site and was ensued by a Roman temple to Apollo. The first stones of the actual building were laid in 1092, originally conceived as an abbey church for a Benedictine monastery.