Guests will enjoy amenities like free coffee and access to copy and fax services. The meeting room accommodates up to 35 people for most events and business functions. This is a pet-friendly hotel. All guest rooms have in-room amenities like trouser presses, voice mail and cable television. Handicap accessible rooms are available. Plenty of parking is available on the premises for added guest convenience. Whether traveling for pleasure or business, the Comfort Inn Chester provides a complete set of amenities and an ideal location in the Chester area. We look forward to extending our hospitality to you in our beautiful city.
Welcome to the Comfort Inn Chester, a hotel near the University of Chester The Comfort Inn Chester is conveniently located near the University of Chester, the Grosvenor Museum and the Chester Racecourse horse racing facility. This Chester hotel is within minutes of the Chester Zoo, Blue Planet Aquarium and Cholmondeley Castle. The Alexanders Jazz Theatre Bar & Restaurant is a popular hangout in Chester, one of the leading historic cities in Europe. The city owes its existence to the Romans who built a fort on the site in the first century A.D., and has been continuously occupied ever since. The walls around Chester, two miles long and up to 40 feet high, form the most complete circuit of Roman and Medieval walls in Britain. Chester also boasts a fine cathedral founded in the 10th century. The Chester Roman Amphitheatre is also located in the area, forming an example of the rich history found in the city. Today Chester is a lively business and tourist destination. The Cheshire Military Museum at Cheshire Castle shows guests another side of this history. The Liverpool-John Lennon Airport and the Manchester Airport are less than one hour away. With all of the city's fascinating destinations, it's easy to understand why so many visitors return every year. Guests of this Chester hotel will enjoy strolling through the city's famous shopping rows, consisting of black-and-white, half-timbered double-deck shops built in the 1840s.
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