Welcome to Best Western Park Hall Hotel & Leisure Club, your Chorley “home away from home.” Best Western Park Hall Hotel & Leisure Club aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Astley Hall (2.7 mi) and Victory Park Stadium (2.8 mi), guests of Best Western Chorley can easily experience some of Chorley's most well known attractions.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, room service, and newspaper while staying at Best Western Park Hall Hotel & Leisure Club. In addition, Best Western Park Hall Hotel & Leisure Club offers a pool and a lounge, which will help make your Chorley trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Tapas Esteban and La Estrella, which are some Mediterranean restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Best of all, Best Western Chorley makes it easy to experience some great Chorley attractions like Yarrow Valley Country Park, which is a popular park.
Best Western Park Hall Hotel & Leisure Club puts the best of Chorley at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Another lovely long weekend stay at this hotel. The staff were very pleasant as always. The 2 evening meals we had in the restaurant were delicious,and Emma the waitress couldn't do enough for us. There is some renovation work in progress,but this in no way spoiled our stay,looking forward to my next visit in May 2022 to see the completed building works and further improvements to the village chalets. Also a big thankyou to Hayley on reception who was very helpful during our stay.
I booked a 1 night stay in a family room for my wife, 6 year old son and myself. Check in was fine, friendly and informative young woman on the reception desk. Explained about breakfast and gave clear instructions to find our room. The room itself was a chalet style building not in the main hotel building. The steps leading to the room consisted of broken and wobbly flagstones, and a rusty railing. When we arrived at 5pm for check in the room was cold, very cold. Heating was supplied by an electric heater under the window but this was turned off. The entry door to the room had a roller blind to cover the window which was a poor fit leaving a small gap either side and didn't roll properly. Inside we had a double bed and a single bed, two tub chairs, and a dressing table and chair. Kettle and minimal tea, coffee, sugar and milk sachets. There was no phone in the room despite all the welcome pack literature and fire escape plan explaining to dial 0 for reception. There was a distinct lack of power outlets in the room and none next to the beds. As a sufferer of sleep apnea I NEED to use a machine while I sleep to keep air flowing into my body. This was not possible as the nearest outlet was across the room at the dressing table. I could have packed an extension lead, but I've never encountered a hotel room without a power outlet next to the bed before. The television in the room was tiny. It was a small portable size TV mounted to the wall. Even with good eyesight it was impossible to read the on screen TV guide from a distance. The bathroom was tired, dirty and generally dilapidated. There was a distorted, damaged and dirty aluminium Venetian blind on the window, which was hiding a multitude of filth. There was a dirty 'tide mark' in the grouting on the tiled walls. The ceiling while appearing to be newer upcv clad, was distorted and in need of replacement in my opinion. There was no extractor fan in the bathroom so after a hot shower the room remained steamy and damp. The swimming facilities were undergoing refurbishment which meant the only open pool was a COLD, lane swimming pool. The men's changing rooms are in dire need of repair. I witnessed broken lockers, with pieces of wooden trim hanging loose leaving exposed nails. Many of the lockers I tried wouldn't accept the token to enable locking. Breakfast was the highlight of my stay but not without fault. Once again the staff were great, very friendly and welcoming, explained where everything was and quickly showed us to a table. There was a good selection of cereals, fruit and yogurt, croissant, toast and jams/marmalade, juice and coffee machines and of course the crowd pleasing cooked breakfast. Buffet style so one can help themselves to what they desire. The sausages and bacon were good. The black pudding and tomato were bad. Barely warm black pudding, why not show it some love and throw it in a pan to crisp the edges a little? (I accept this may be my preference so does not reflect my final score for the hotel) the tomatoes however were raw, still firm, warmed tomatoes. Just roast them properly or use tinned! I'd rather have a tinned tomato than an uncooked fresh tomato. The mushrooms lacked seasoning, which again, could just be my preference so I won't mark down for this. Overall, I'd say the hotel is adequate. The staff are great and should be commended, however, sadly I would not stay here again and would not recommend it to friends.…
Christine in the restaurant was so lovely she gave us the initial impetus to return with our children next year. The food is amazing. Staff are great and cant do enough. Rooms are huge and very clean. The lake is so picturesque and we cant wait to bring our children next year when its warmer. We hope the full spa renovations are finished then. Such a great place for families, couples, groups... Amazing value. We have stayed in a few best westerns in europe and have never been disappointed.
It’s all relative isn’t it? If you pay hundreds like we did at Lego land in the summer, then you expect a really high standard, if you pay £65 for a family of four including breakfast, then it’s right for your expectations to be a bit lower. We were in a chalet room round the back. Room 21. The good points overall. The room was clean, the bathroom was large, we enjoyed exploring especially around parts of the old Camelot theme park which is now all but demolished, the breakfast was really lovely, the heaters worked and our mattresses were comfortable. Needs improving. There was nowhere to get washed, the bath taps didn’t work and the trickle of a shower didn’t get hot. We didn’t realise until the morning otherwise we’d have asked to change rooms, but we only stayed one night so it wasn’t a huge deal. It would have had more of an impact if our children were younger and we were having a longer stay. The decor is tired and clearly hasn’t been refurbished since the 90s, but like I said, it’s all relative to the price you pay. The lagoon pool and jacuzzi were closed, which was a bit of a disappointment. Overall I would stay again, but I would make reception aware of the water situation and I’d test it as soon as we got into the room rather than the morning after.…
Great 2 night stay, Paul on reception was so helpful from the initial call to book a fab deal to allowing an early check in plus a drink on arrival. Emma in the restaurant was so pleasant and helpful. The food and the service was excellent. We will definitely be returning to this hotel.