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Largest room ive ever had in all my travels through out the uk. I even had a super soaker bathtub! Loved the yummy soaps and tasty teas. Breakfast was gorgeous and staff were lovely and quite efficient. Hotel was a quick walk to/from everything and across from the rail station. Very hip and tim burton ...
I've overnighted here from Terminal 5 on at least four or five occasions. Why? - Close and easy to get to. Uber is about 10pounds. London taxi a little more. I've gone away from using the shuttle which is not free and tediously slow. Just make sure you DONT GO TO THE HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS. - Super ...
Friendly welcome and comfortable spacious room.. also quiet, not easy in a busy 'wedding weekend' hotel. Good breakfastr, itt was very busy but there were no holds ups. Would stay again ,
Perfect location for the Stadium and good access to the M4! Rooms and facilities were great but the local area is a bit sparse for entertainment and Reading is a £10 taxi ride, but we'll worth it for a night out!
Wow, what a superb hotel with a mix of old and contemporary styles. Very friendly and experienced staff. The facilities, Accomodation and food were of a very high standard. You certainly get what you pay for. I will be recommending to family/friends and I definitely will be returning
Chose hotel for location across street from Castle and adjacent shopping streets. Although on High Street with lots of crowds the room was quiet. Clean modern hotel with excellent front desk and bar staff. Rooms are good sized with large bath. Only minor negatives were; My room smelled like cooked ...
Easy check in, friendly and professional staff. Problem with hot water in room was resolved by Charlotte- trainee receptionist - who arranged for showers to be available in the leisure suite and supplied us with robes and slippers. Lovely breakfast, though very busy on Sunday morning. Swim and spa ...
With its royal connections, sculpted countryside and regular regattas, Berkshire is a county for those who appreciate the finer things in life. Although it's just a stone's throw from the hustle and bustle of London, Berkshire boasts enough greenery and tranquil villages to make you forget the stresses and strains of daily life. However, if you want chic shopping, bubbling bars and remarkable restaurants, it's all within easy reach. It's also home to plenty of excellent accommodation, from friendly B&Bs to luxury spa hotels.
Berkshire is easy to get to and is served by excellent rail links, three motorways and Heathrow Airport conveniently nearby. However, if you really want to put the cherry on the cake, booking a room in a four star hotel in Berkshire is the best way to do it. The plentiful four star hotels in Berkshire come in a variety of shapes and sizes and there's always something to suit all tastes and most budgets.
For royal associations, there's no better town to visit than Windsor. Its magnificent castle, set in the heart of the town, has acted as home to kings and queens for almost a thousand years and is currently the family home of Queen Elizabeth II. At the back of the castle you'll find the regal serenity of the Long Walk, where you can sometimes catch a glimpse of the Queen and Prince Philip as they venture out into Windsor Great Park.
In the town itself, there is excellent, cosmopolitan shopping to be had in the pedestrianised shopping centre. However, if you're after more unique shops, a short stroll across the bridge will take you into the charming, narrow streets of Eton. While there, you can soak up the Hogwarts-style splendour of Eton College or take a picnic to the Brocas and watch the swans on the Thames. There's a good selection of four star hotels in the area, such as the stunning Oakley Court - which was once used as the setting for Dracula's castle in the films made by Hammer.
While there are plenty of large towns in Berkshire, such as Windsor and Reading, there are also small villages peppered throughout. Taplow is one such example. With the Thames running through it, you'll find plenty of boating activity on a summer's day, along with numerous regattas. Cliveden House, built by King Henry VIII is an enduring attraction, replete with landscaped gardens and regular music events. The Taplow House Hotel is one of Berkshire's most impressive four star hotels, boasting six acres of stunning grounds and individually-designed bedrooms that practically crackle with character.
For those who want to lose themselves in the Great Outdoors, Bracknell Forest is a must. The forest itself has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest and houses an abundance of wildlife. If you're visiting with children, there's a Nature Discovery Centre in nearby Thatcham. However, if your trip to Berkshire is part of a special occasion or a well-earned treat, you'll find some beautiful four star hotels in the area; perfect for couples looking to enjoy some quiet time together. The Coppid Beech Hotel is designed in the style of Swiss chalets, while the Royal Berkshire hotel, built for Winston Churchill's family, is sophisticated and serene.
With fine-dining restaurants and leisurely cruises among the many things to see and do, booking a four star hotel in Berkshire is the best way to make your time away something to remember.