Your session will expire in 5 minutes, 0 seconds, due to inactivity. Stay Logged In
Your session has expired. Please sign in to your profile

Holiday Inn Rochester - Chatham

Maidstone Road

Chatham, Kent



ME5 9SF 

United Kingdom 

Check In: 2pm

Check Out: 12pm

Check-in Age:18

E-mail Hotel

44 3333 209347



Rochester - Chatham Maidstone Road Chatham, Kent

Book With Us Advantage

Location Highlights
City Name:
Direction from City Center to Hotel:
Distance from Hotel:
4.8 MI/ 7.72 KM
Closest Convention Center:
Not applicable


  • The Historic Dockyard Chatham
  • Capstone Farm Country Park
  • Rochester Castle
  • Buckmore Park Karting Circuit
  • Diggerland
  • Chatham Ski & Snowboard Centre
  • Leeds Castle
  • Bluewater Shopping Centre
  • Buckmore Park
Must See

Must See

The Chatham Historic Dockyard, five miles from the hotel, is a heritage site that's got the lot, from old buildings and new galleries to historic warships and heaps of activities. Explore the warships, have a go at rope-making, or chill out in the Commissioner's garden while the kids let off steam in the indoor and outdoor play areas – just make sure you leave lots of time to do it all justice.
Must Do

Must Do

Rochester's High Street, less than 15 minutes' drive from the hotel, has a huge range of charity and antique shops alongside such quirky spots as Dickens-themed sweetshop Sweet Expectations. There are even shops within shops. The Oxfam Shop has a separate music room and gentlemen’s closet, and you could easily get lost in the nooks and crannies of Baggins Book Bazaar.
Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

A ramble round imposing Rochester Castle, just 10 minutes' drive from the hotel, is a treat for all ages. Kids love travelling back in time as they wind their way up the worn stone staircases of the 12th-century keep, and the gardens are a great place for a picnic. Inside the castle, child-friendly exhibits and interactive elements tell the engaging, 1,000-year-old story of the building.


One of the most enjoyable ways to explore Rochester is to follow the trail of its most famous resident, Charles Dickens. Pick up a leaflet from the Visitor Information Centre at 95 High Street and discover how the Victorian writer was involved with many of the town’s key sites – including the 17th-century Guildhall and the Grade II-listed park the Vines, once a vineyard for Rochester Cathedral.