Have you ever wanted to take a look inside some of the most high-end hotels in the region?

With the help of Booking.com, we have tracked found some of the most expensive and luxurious hotels in Cheshire to see exactly why they earned their four or five star rating.

A spokesperson for Booking.com said: “In the current climate, some travellers may wish to indulge a little more when it comes to their trips away- especially given that many of us have been booking trips closer to home in light of the current restrictions and therefore, saving money on other travel costs such as flights and transfers.

“Therefore, we may see people investing in more lavish accommodation than they would historically, and treating themselves to somewhere a bit higher in budget”.

Let’s take a look inside some five star hotels and apartments in Cheshire.

The Chester Grosvenor, Chester
Rating: Five stars

Warrington Guardian: The Chester Grosvenor (Photo:Booking.com)The Chester Grosvenor (Photo:Booking.com)

The award- winning hotel is home to a Michelin-starred restaurant and beautiful rooms which have been individually designed.

The Chester Grosvenor also has a spa with five luxury treatment rooms- here, you can enjoy a steam room, salt grotto or even a foot bath.

The rooms themselves have their own unique colour scheme along with large and comfortable beds.

Warrington Guardian: A classic room in the hotel (Photo:Booking.com)A classic room in the hotel (Photo:Booking.com)

The classic rooms are described as “stylish” and “spacious”, with a queen size bed and a feature desk.

Bathrooms have marble throughout and an integrated bath and shower.

For the ultimate in luxury, consider staying in a Superior King room- this room features the biggest and most luxurious bed at the hotel.

Prices for this room can cost anywhere upwards of £140 per night.

Want to learn more? Visit Booking.com.

The Park Royal, Warrington
Rating: Four stars

A focal point of this four-star hotel is the state-of-the-art health club inside.

After you have relaxed at the spa and taken a dip in the pool, you can head to The Topiary restaurant, which has an à la carte menu.

Warrington Guardian: A deluxe room (Photo: Booking.com)A deluxe room (Photo: Booking.com)

Deluxe rooms are generously sized, with top quality bedding and free toiletries.

One of the most luxurious rooms at the hotel is the suite- this is ideal for guests who are celebrating, or simply people who want more space.

This room features a king sized bed and even comes with luxury Espa toiletries.

Guests also have access to their own balcony, which boasts great views of the town.

Discover more on Booking.com.

Edgar House, Chester
Rating: Five stars

Warrington Guardian: Edgar House (Photo: Booking.com)Edgar House (Photo: Booking.com)

This luxe hotel has endless activities for its guests to try; after you have played on the tennis court, try to get a perfect strike at the on-site bowling alley.

Each of their boutique rooms are described as luxurious, with bespoke and locally made furniture.

All bedrooms are prepared for a movie night in, as they have Netflix, Disney Plus and various movies available.

Guests also get to look forward to a two course breakfast.

Warrington Guardian: Riverview Balcony Deluxe (Photo: Booking.com)Riverview Balcony Deluxe (Photo: Booking.com)

If you want to stay in the best room in the house, then look no further than the Riverview Balcony Deluxe.

With this room, you get to soak in the stunning views of the River Dee from your own private balcony.

There is comfy seating by the windows and you get to feel like royalty in your four poster bed.

Learn more about Edgar House on Booking.com.

Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa, Nantwich
Rating: Four stars

This historic building dates back to the 1800s and is set in 38 acres of scenic woodland.

Along with an award-winning restaurant, guests also have access to a luxurious spa and fitness centre- guests can even swim in a swimming pool with a glass roof.

As an added touch, guests will also get free designer toiletries.

Warrington Guardian: Wedgwood Suite (Photo: Booking.com)Wedgwood Suite (Photo: Booking.com)

There are 70 bedrooms to choose from, all of which have a traditional aesthetic.

Wedgwood suite is one of three suites at this hotel- it boats beautiful views over the front garden and lake.

The king size bed has a Hypnos Lansdowne cashmere mattress and a plush feather duvet.

Want to learn more? Visit Booking.com.

Mottram Hall, Macclesfield
Rating: Four stars

Warrington Guardian: Mottram Hall (Photo: Booking.com)Mottram Hall (Photo: Booking.com)

This hotel is set in 270 acres of Cheshire parkland- it also has an on-site spa, leisure facilities and two restaurants to choose from.

The historic hotel was first build in 1712 and it still has many original features.

Warrington Guardian: One Bedroom suite (Photo: Booking.com)One Bedroom suite (Photo: Booking.com)

The One Bedroom suite has a separate beautifully furnished living space, with an outdoor patio.

Arguably, the best part about this room is the view you get of the landscaped gardens.

Learn more on Booking.com.