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Eaton Hotel
Chester
Cheshire

CH1 3AE | View map

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Right in the very heart of the city and with some limited secure parking, the Eaton Hotel is a great base for your visit to Chester. The hotelís excellent location means that there are many bars and restaurants nearby and the cityís main shops are just 5 minuteís walk away. Limited secure parking is available at the rear of the hotel, free of charge, and free parking is available overnight on City Road, right outside the hotel, until 10:00.

The hotel is family owned by Mr and Mrs Swift, whose aim is to provide high standards of accommodation and service in a relaxed and friendly environment. Helped by an excellent team of staff, you will find nothing is too much trouble. If you are looking for city centre accommodation without the high prices of the larger hotels, but with the professional, personal service Eatonís regulars enjoy, they would be very pleased to welcome you.

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