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Visit with my family group of 4 with two children 13 & 11. Some areas of the hotel are in need of a refresh and the rooms are just above basic, but the hotel offered very good value overall.
Superb relaxing hotel. Close to centre of Reading with river Thames directly behind. Friendly staff, excellent food, secure parking and reasonable prices for four stars!
Centrally placed hotel with pool and spa. Comfy well appointed rooms. Just missing a few tricks, for example, the pool area could be checked more thoroughly for cleanliness. The sauna wasn't working on Sunday morning. Plus there needs to be more staff serving at peak times, late weekend breakfast ...
Stated on ground floor in a recently refurbished standard room. It was very nice and looked to be a far higher grade of room. Shower was a bit dissapointing. Overall great room and very large tv.
I just needed somewhere to stay for the night, and needed somewhere close to where I was going. This hotel was recommended by a friend. The reception staff were helpful. The room was clean, although I was unable to adjust the room temperature, which was too warm. All in all, it was ok for one night. ...
Took a taxi to Heathrow Marriott only to be told we had no reservation there. Turned out it was the Heathrow Marriott Windsor. Another taxi. When we arrived at the second hotel we were told we were the fourth group to have the same thing happen to them that day. And it was only noon. This must have ...
Many people visit Berkshire because of Windsor Castle, built by William the Conqueror and famous for being the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world. However, there's also a wealth of other attractions to be found throughout the county too. Take Reading, for example, with its museum and Abbey ruins, or Pangbourne, a pretty riverside town that's the perfect starting place for a country stroll. There's also indoor go karting and indoor rainforests, helping out on a working farm to hunting for a totem pole in Windsor Great Park. A stay in a hotel with a pool in Berkshire lets you dip your toes into everything else the county has to offer, and then take a dip at the end of the day to relax and unwind!
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. Swimming in the Thames, however, isn't recommended! Check out your hotel pool if you want to take a dip.
Elsewhere, Forbury Gardens is a public park in Reading where Reading Abbey once stood. The abbey was founded in 1121 by Henry I before being destroyed by Henry VIII in 1538. There was also a school in the grounds which survived the Dissolution of the Monasteries and was once attended by Jane Austen when it was called Reading Ladies Boarding School. The name Forbury is derived from 'the borough in front', was an area of open land that served as a meeting place between the residents of the town and the abbey and is now where the gardens are sited. A stay in a hotel with a pool in Berkshire enables you to explore this beautiful county at your leisure, and then relax in the evening after a hard day seeing the sights.
Hotels with a pool in Berkshire also contain a number of other features such as health and fitness rooms and spas to ensure that you can thoroughly make the most of your break. Room service and WiFi is available while rooms vary in size from single to deluxe.