Chester Residence

If you want to see how the other half live, stay awhile in the Chester Residence; it's absolutely stunning.

Although you pay for the privilege, a night's stay at this hotel is akin to living a footballer's life for 24 hours. Contemporary décor, fantastic staff and every extra you could want at no extra cost. The Chester Residence can't be beaten.


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Scotland 's capital Edinburgh stands as a capital should, proudly powerful and magnificent. Its location on high rocky land gives it an air of superiority over the generally flat areas around, and the grand towering castle leaves one in no doubt about its former might.

The old town area, between Castle Rock and the Palace of Holyroodhouse , is a delight to explore, and the city as a whole has lots to offer. Scottish architecture is wholly different from anywhere else in the UK , with its dark stonework giving an impression of strength.


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The beautifully scenic Holyrood Park belies its city surroundings, and the National Museum of Scotland houses some of the nations most important artefacts. In late summer each year, the Edinburgh Festival brings around a million visitors to see the wealth of arts events on offer, making it the largest arts festival in the world.

It also makes an ideal stopping off point for those heading north to visit the highlands and islands. The impressive Forth Bridge crosses the river just a few miles from the city carrying travellers north towards Perth , Loch Leven, and the imposing Stirling Castle.

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Edinburgh Castle, Castlehill, Edinburgh EH1 2NG (0131) 225 9846
One of the world’s most famous castles; Edinburgh’s foundations were set by nature around 340 million BC. Sometime later (339.9 million years, to be precise), humans first inhabited the rock.

Built around the 12th Century, the castle which stands today has seen siege after siege during its troubled history. Now Scotland’s most popular tourist attraction with 1.25 million visitors per year, it has the most fantastic story to tell.

National Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street, Edinburgh EH1 1JF (0300) 123 6789
Due to reopen in summer 2011, the National Museum of Scotland promises to be a 21st Century museum experience showcasing key exhibits from Scotland’s incredible history.
Beginning with the evolution of Scotland as a land; the museum takes the visitor on a fantastic journey through the Ice Age, troubled times, right up to Jackie Stewart’s F1 car.

Our Dynamic Earth, Holyrood Road, Edinburgh EH8 8AS (0131) 550 7800
Taking the visitor on a journey through the planet’s past, present and future; Our Dynamic Earth showcases all aspects of the planet.

Billed as ‘The Mother Earth of all adventures’; the exhibition looks at the state of the earth; its casualties and survivors; and what lies beyond.

St Giles’ Cathedral, Edinburgh EH1 1RE (0131) 225 9442
Known as the High Kirk of Edinburgh, St Giles’ Cathedral stands on the Royal Mile between Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse.
Notable for its ‘Crown Spire’ on the tower, the cathedral is named in honour of St Giles; a 7th Century hermit who later became an abbot and patron of the town of Edinburgh.

Palace of Holyroodhouse, Canongate, The Royal Mile EH8 8DX (0131) 556 5100
The official residence in Scotland of Her Majesty The Queen, the Palace of Holyrood House stands against the backdrop of Edinburgh’s other focal point; Arthur’s Seat.
Best known as the home of Mary Queen of Scots; the palace is now used regularly by The Queen and members of the Royal Family.
Visitors are able to enjoy the Royal Apartments, the Great Gallery and (during the summer season) the Royal Gardens.


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