CHESTER BOUTIQUE HOTEL
The Townhouse is Chester’s hidden gem and one of the best boutique hotels in Chester for luxury accommodation. Located within the historic Roman walls, The Townhouse Hotel boast views of the famous Tudor and Victorian architecture, as well as its very own Georgian townhouse features.
Whether you’re in pursuit of a hideaway for a romantic weekend away or hoping for a place to celebrate with friends for a special occasion, this boutique hotel has 28 bedrooms, serviced apartments for group accommodation, the 1699 Bar and Brasserie, and Chester’s first party pad for 10 guests.
Just moments away from the picturesque River Dee and its beautiful Groves, the Townhouse Hotel is a short distance away from some of the city’s best boutiques and attractions.
After a day taking in the sights or shopping, take up residence in our 1699 Bar and Brasserie, or Secret Garden. Enjoy a luxury afternoon tea, evening meal or choose from a distinguished selection of the finest beers, wines and spirits before taking to your room for a peaceful night’s sleep. Choose the Townhouse for your hotel stay in Chester.
Welcome to The Townhouse Boutique Hotel Chester
WHY CHOOSE A BOUTIQUE HOTEL?
Boutique hotels are primarily focussed on offering quality in everything they do over quantity. One of the key differences of a compared to a standard hotel is in terms of size. These petite hotels usually consist of at least 10 rooms but less than 100 rooms. An important benefit of the size is that it’s easier for the hotel to be maintained in the best condition that guests expect.
With fewer guests staying at the hotel, you’re guaranteed to receive a personal service catered to you. The hotels are designed to make guests feeling like they are staying in their own private home. Staff share an exceptional level of passion and enthusiasm for what they do and will do what they can to achieve the desires and requests of every guest.
Boutique hotels pride themselves in providing a unique atmosphere that emits a strong personality. They are not commercialised like corporate hotels but aim to deliver an independent ethic and a potent ambiance. The hotels usually create a themed environment and put extreme effort into attention to detail. There is freedom to innovate and each room will typically be individually decorated so that it stands out from the rest. As location is an essential element, the hotel usually incorporates this into the design so that there is an ever-present feeling for the location. When it comes to providing an authentic dining experience, boutique hotels usually have their own stylish and trendy restaurant & bar. The menu will generally consist of an extensive array of food and drink options that have been locally sourced.
With a boutique hotel, you will receive more value for money than any other type of accommodation due to the diversity and personalisation of the services that are offered.
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