Small Luxurious multi-functional hotel on the outskirts of Chichester, West Sussex
Located on the outskirts of the historic cathedral city, the Chichester Park Hotel accommodates tourists, businesspeople, and those celebrating a special occasion alike.
With the beautiful South Downs and the antique West Sussex city as a backdrop, visitors can expect a restful stopover at this 3-star location. The hotels 77 rooms are all fitted with an en-suite bathroom and guests can choose from a variety of styles. The luscious four poster bed option is top of the list.
In each room at the Chichester Park Hotel guests are supplied with the essentials as well as a few luxuries. Television, telephone, internet connections (including wireless), tea and coffee making facilities, and a trouser press and iron are included within.
A restaurant serves the hotel offering fresh food throughout the day and evening. The morning meal consists of either a full English breakfast or a lighter alternative. Lunch and dinner menus vary light snacks with larger meals and desserts. Room service is available between 11am and 10pm every day.
Those looking to enjoy a relaxing break can take advantage of the hotels various leisure services. As well as an indoor swimming pool, visitors can enjoy a steam room, sauna, and a number of health and beauty treatments. Each service is available to members of the public at a cost, but is free for those with a room booked.
As well as appealing to those looking for a relaxing break, a number of conference and meeting rooms, housed in the Masonic Lodge, make this an ideal spot for those looking to settle a little business away from the hustle and bustle of the city boardroom.
Similarly, a function room makes this an appropriate venue for those wishing to enjoy a private wedding or other celebratory event.
Should you wish to leave the luxuries of the hotel you can take in some of Chichesters historic sites, including Chichester Cathedral, Chichester Cross (which originally housed an undercover market), and the Corn Exchange (which has been utilised in the recent past as a cinema, McDonalds restaurant, and now a clothes store). The Chichester Festival Theatre is one of the citys hotspots, commonly attracting West End performers and directors.
A little further afield you will find yourself in the South Downs, a range of chalk hills that spans Englands South East coast. Not only is the area perfect for a leisurely stroll but you can also visit the South Downs Planetarium and Science Centre. With a 100 capacity theatre, the venue regularly has star shows for the public to see.
Another benefit of staying at the Chichester Park Hotel is its good transport links. Trains run from the city along the south coast stopping at such towns and cities as Southampton, Brighton, and Eastbourne. A train to Victoria station takes roughly 95 minutes, so youre not too far from the multitude of attractions London has to offer. Trains also run via Gatwick Airport. Road links are also convenient in connecting you with all of these locations and more.