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If you’re looking for a romantic hideaway next time you’re Scotland-bound, Aberdeen’s newest house of slumber, The Chester Hotel, has opened in a stunning 19th century listed building in the city’s famous Queens Road.
 
Following a complete refurbishment, the newly extended premises boasts an exceptional restaurant, bar, private dining rooms, 54 bedrooms - including two suites - and a gym. A beauty room will open to residents and non-residents in April, and a function room for weddings and dinners for up to 300 people, plus conferences for up to 500 delegates, will also open in mid-April.
 
The Hotel's magnificent IX restaurant, led by Savoy-trained executive chef, Kevin Dalgleish will seat 90 diners, serving the finest Scottish food and drink, while the more relaxed but equally stylish lounge bar will serve premium whisky, spirits from around the world, cocktails, Champagne, fine wines and beers. Remarkably, The Chester Hotel will also serve its very own beer, The Chester Brew.
 
Afternoon tea guests will also be able to enjoy the most delicate confections created by the hotel's specialist pastry chefs. www.chester-hotel.com






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