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Stayed overnight after attending a wedding. Room was very clean with standard hotel facilities. Didn't book breakfast so can't comment. Only negative is the VERY long walk back to the room!
To be honest it ticked the boxes of having somewhere comfortable to change & sleep, as that's all we needed, although it would have been helpful if both vending machines had stocked up on water as both were out!
The Reception and Bar staff were delightful and very helpful. The decor was in very good condition and the room was spotless. There was free parking, it was very conveniently situated and quiet. I didn't use the restaurant or Leisure facilities. The fire alarm rang at 5am but went silent after about ...
ideal location for a one night stop over when visiting our daughter at Reading Uni. nice looking hotel, rooms were clean and comfortable, with enough room for extra bed/cot, which we needed. Breakfast buffet was OK, I did notice just after we were seated quite a queue formed to get into breakfast, ...
I have been to Reading for over 40 years and was looking for somewhere different to stay. It is a very short walk from the railway station & the Heathrow bus terminal. Ibis Hotel rooms are much the same the world over and this was no different. Breakfast was good value.
With two granddaughters to amuse this hotel provided all we needed for our short stay.. Loved the pool loved the content an quality of the breakfast. The room was spacious and spotless, Overal great value. Will certainly call again.
The Royal County of Berkshire is close to the M4 and enjoys excellent transport links both to London and into the heart of England. Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Surrey and Hampshire also surround the county, making Berkshire an ideal place to hold or attend a conference. There's also great independent and high street shopping to be found in Maidenhead, Reading, Windsor and Newbury. There are plenty of museums, castles and other historical attractions to discover. Ascot racecourse is nearby while the River Kennet and River Thames both flow the county, with lots of riverside pubs and cafés to unwind in. A stay in a Conference Centre Hotel in Berkshire means you can discover all that the county has to offer, and still have plenty of time to do business!
The River Thames winds its way through Berkshire en route to London. Here you'll find it passes through some delightful towns and countryside, affording plenty of opportunity for meandering and gentle strolling. There are also several locks on the Thames as it winds its way through Berkshire such as Cleeve Lock and Sonning Lock, where you can rest and enjoy a cream tea. Or once the conference is over why not head to Highclere Castle in Newbury - a country house in the Jacobean style set in 5000 acres with a park designed by Capability Brown. Highclere has a suite of opulent state rooms including a fascinating permanent exhibition of Egyptian artefacts. And if it seems a tad familiar that's no surprise - Highclere Castle was used as the setting for the popular drama Downton Abbey.
If you want to impress your business guests then why not have a flutter on the horses? Ascot racecourse is one of the leading and most famous racecourses in England. Used for thoroughbred horse racing, the racecourse was founded in 1711 by Queen Anne and still enjoys Royal patronage, not least with the Royal Meeting and Gold Cup event taking place every June. A conference centre hotel stay in Berkshire lets you relax in style and explore all of this at your leisure.
Conference centre hotels in Berkshire contain everything you need to ensure your business trip is as productive and as rewarding as possible. Facilities are excellent, room sizes are good and the array of amenities such as room service and WiFi enable you to work and relax in a hotel that's modern, comfortable and inviting.