Chester’s New Blossoms hotel has refurbished and renamed its restaurant.
Now known as 1650 St John’s – the year is a reference to the year one of the city’s oldest hotels opened – the restaurant has been completely refurbished.
New for this month is the wild fish counter which offers a selection of ‘catch of the day’, sustainably-sourced fish.
The menu from head chef Csaba Duddas has also been updated and features Scottish lamb and steaks.
General manager Ian Griebenow told Boutique Hotelier that the property, part of Macdonald Hotels, had worked with designer Adam Tippet on the update which cost approximately £70,000.
The hotel recently upgraded 18 executive rooms and four suites at a cost of £20,000. Accommodation at the executive level now features Bluetooth connectivity and crystal glassware.