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The Kings at the Queen, Chester, Cheshire

The Kings at the Queen
City Road
Chester
Cheshire

CH1 3AH | View map

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The Kings Executive rooms at the Queen offer stunning 5 star accommodation facilities with bedrooms enjoying individually designed themed bedrooms, free wireless and wired internet access, full entertainment system including satellite television CD and iPod players, oversized bedrooms and bathrooms, power showers, 24 hour deluxe room service and many more truly memorable added extras to make for a quite unforgettable stay.In addition the Kings at the Queen offers the "Kings' Quarters" - a VIP executive club bar and lounge on the ground floor, a chic new place to enjoy early evening drinks, cool cocktails, light snacks and is guaranteed to be the happening place in Chester. Be personally escorted to your individually named and themed Kings Suite with each floor devoted to a set of Kings from around the world with a Penthouse floor of aptly named emperors.These new designer led facilities located as part of the current Queen Hotel site enjoys the best of both worlds as our clients can also benefit from the existing Queen Hotel bars restaurants and award winning service.

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