Hotels in Chester

Why book with eDreams
  • The best prices
  • Quick online booking
  • The best hotel search engine

About Chester

How can I find hotels in Chester?

This ancient and tourist-friendly city is ideal for a city break or a longer stay. If you love history, you'll find signs of ancient Roman occupation, Vikings and Norman raiders. Take a tour around the original city walls and the Roman amphitheatre and see the ancient Medieval carvings in the 1,000-year-old cathedral. If you love independent, designer and high street retail visit the famous Roman Rows. These cobbled, winding streets are lined with hanging baskets, filled with atmosphere and are an Instagrammer's dream. You'll find a huge range of cafes, restaurants and bars, too, and so book in advance to find the best hotel deals in this area. Walk off any indulgences with a wander along the tree-lined River Dee or enjoy a leisurely boat cruise. Looking for a day trip? Enjoy a day of glamour, champagne and a flutter or two at Chester Racecourse, or head out to the excellent Chester Zoo, which is one of the largest in the UK. Chester city centre is also surrounded by a wealth of historic houses, gardens, museums and other family attractions, offering plenty to keep visitors busy. If you feel like taking a longer trip, it's also a great base for exploring North Wales, with the border only about 45 minutes away by car or train.

What must I see in Chester?

This ancient and tourist-friendly city is ideal for a city break or a longer stay. If you love history, you'll find signs of ancient Roman occupation, Vikings and Norman raiders. Take a tour around the original city walls and the Roman amphitheatre and see the ancient Medieval carvings in the 1,000-year-old cathedral. If you love independent, designer and high street retail visit the famous Roman Rows. These cobbled, winding streets are lined with hanging baskets, filled with atmosphere and are an Instagrammer's dream. You'll find a huge range of cafes, restaurants and bars too. Walk off any indulgences with a wander along the tree-lined River Dee or enjoy a leisurely boat cruise. Looking for a day trip? Enjoy a day of glamour, champagne and a flutter or two at Chester Racecourse, or head out to the excellent Chester Zoo, which is one of the largest in the UK. Chester city centre is also surrounded by a wealth of historic houses, gardens, museums and other family attractions, offering plenty to keep visitors busy. If you feel like taking a longer trip, it's also a great base for exploring North Wales, with the border only about 45 minutes away by car or train.

Where should I stay in Chester?

For a quality hotel, Chester doesn't disappoint. The city centre is an obvious place to find the larger, big-name hotels and there are some wonderful historic spa hotels with their own excellent restaurants to discover. On the outskirts of the city centre, you'll find plenty of smaller accommodations including private B'n'B's and boutique, independent hotels. Chester is surrounded by beautiful Cheshire countryside too which offers plenty of options for smaller, independent hotels with views and a beautiful rural location. Look at nearby villages and Chester's districts such as Helsby, Great Broughton, Hungtington and Eccleston. Just remember to book a hotel well in advance as the best cheap hotels tend to be heavily in demand, especially when there are large events on in the city, such as horse racing at Chester Racecourse or festivals.  The earlier in advance you book, the more likely you are to find an early-bird deal and the best hotel deals. Sign up to the eDreams alerts service for all of the promotions and offers as they go live!

Our International travel websites