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Queen Hotel
Chester
Cheshire

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BRAND NEW - Secret Sanctuary Spa facility at the Best Western Premier Queen Hotel. From mid June you can now enhance your stay and book one of our luxurious and relaxing Beauty and Holistic Treatments with the Secret Sanctuary - exclusive to the Best Western Premier Queen Hotel. Treatments are available NOW - performed in your room creating your very own sanctuary. Its no wonder that the likes of Lillie Langtree and Charles Dickens were regular guests at the Best Western Premier Queen Hotel when you marvel at the vaulted ceilings, spectacular staircases, and regal public areas of this stately building. Beautiful hotel rooms and suites, the charming bars and lounges, magnificent, state of the art banqueting suites and the awe-inspiring Baltic Exchange Gardens all contribute to a fabulous stay in the heart of the wonderful city of Chester.

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