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My wife and I joined a large group of people attending the annual SAAC (Starkville Area Arts Council) registration party. Heavy hors d'oeuvres from the restaurant at Hotel Chester were provided for the people at the party. Unlike many events in Starkville, there were many...More
The Historic Hotel Chester is exactly what it says....historic or as my 16 year old says "old". There was a distinct smell that you recognize when you enter, an old, musty smell. The air conditioning worked well in the room; however, when it turned on...More
Sometimes you just need something different from the standard, generic hotel chains found everywhere. Our stay at Hotel Chester provided just that difference and was a delightful experience all around. We'll be back!
My wife and I stayed here while in town for a memorial...More
Decided to try this hotel during the off season of Mississippi State University. Read that it had been the subject of Gordon Ramsey's Hotel Hell tv show. We have never seen the episode and decided we did NOT want to watch the episode before our...More
I have stayed at the Hotel Chester a half a dozen times for football weekends since I have graduated, and it is by far my favorite place to stay in Starkville. You are right in the middle of downtown within walking distance from the stadium,...More
It’s an independently owned small boutique hotel in an old, old building. That’s a niche accommodation. I believe the show helped with menus, redecorating some rooms, and starting an updated biergarten in the back (college... More
It’s an independently owned small boutique hotel in an old, old building. That’s a niche accommodation. I believe the show helped with menus, redecorating some rooms, and starting an updated biergarten in the back (college town). Fantastic location to me, too. It’s a very relaxed place, and I can only imagine what the walls could say from all that’s happened there over the years. I always enjoy returning - perhaps with rose-colored glasses from my memories there. I look forward to when I can return.