Famous 5* luxury hotel in the heart of Chester
The Chester Grosvenor La Brasserie
With a relaxed Parisian style atmosphere La Brasserie is the perfect place for a coffee, a cocktail or a leisurely meal. The black leather sofas, sleek granite tabletops and hand-painted glass skylight all add to the feeling of French sophistication.
The recent addition of a Josper, burning Tregothnan Kentish estate sustainable coppice wood, is in layman's terms the hottest indoor barbeque in town, producing food superior both in taste and quality
The Chester Grosvenor Simon Radley
Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor offers contemporary dining in an atmosphere of chic sophistication. The award winning restaurant has retained its Michelin star since 1990 and has four AA rosettes. The 2014 Sunday Times Top 100 restaurants in the UK listed Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor in 14th place, also being placed 4th for best wine list.
Each dish which features on the menu has been lovingly prepared by our dedicated team of Chef's and the cellar is one of the most extensive in England with over 1000 bins from all over the world. With such a wide selection available, our resident Sommelier is on hand to assist with friendly advice and recommendations.
Please note that the Simon Radley restaurant is closed on Mondays.
The Chester Grosvenor The Arkle Bar and Lounge
The Arkle Bar and Lounge is a luxuriously comfortable area of understated elegance and sophistication. Serving morning coffee, light lunches and traditional afternoon tea, it is also the perfect place for a pre-dinner cocktail and is stocked with interesting malts, vintage ports and a wide range of liqueurs.
The Arkle Bar and Lounge also uses the innovative Coravin, allowing for an impressive selection of wine by the glass, click here to find out more
The Chester Grosvenor The Gallery
Situated on the first floor, 'The Gallery' is a space where guests can admire the magnificent Georgian chandelier, paintings and the grandeur of the main staircase whilst relaxing and enjoying afternoon tea.
The chandelier bought from London's Junior Carlton Club in 1966 for £15,000 has 28,000 pieces of crystal and weighs half a ton!
The paintings on the walls around 'The Gallery' are owned by the family of The Duke of Westminster. 'Doncaster', the painting of the horse which overlooks 'The Gallery' was painted in 1875 by British artist, Charles Augustus Henry Lutyens.
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