We stayed at the Chesterfield hotel for 1 night on 28th Feb 2012. We specifically asked for a room on the lower floor as my wife was expecting and going into hospital the morning after to be induced. We had the 1st floor room 105 (adapted for disabled, had a walk in show which we were very pleased about. It was obviously a very grand hotel at one time. It still is but a little worn with age (Like me) We would definately stay again and recommend it :) thank you
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel first opened on 6th October 1877. It had 16 bedrooms and 'good stabling'. The hotel was owned by the Chesterfield Brewery Company and was originally named the Station Hotel. In 1895 the hotel received its first extension, the number of bedrooms increased to 24. It now has 73 bedrooms, all of which are en-suite, with television, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, iron and ironing board. The Chesterfield offers a range of different capacity bedrooms and also has a number of rooms suitable for disabled use. The hotel is disabled friendly with accessibility to all levels of the ground floor including bars and function rooms. The Chesterfield Hotel also has a residents bar where guests can unwind and a restaurant where breakfast and dinner are served. The hotel has numerous function suites along with banqueting and conferencing facilities. Whether its an intimate meeting for 2 or a party for 200 the hotel can accommodate this. The hotel is also pleased to announce we are pet friendly. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Legacy Hotel Chesterfield
- Chesterfield Legacy Hotel