The Best Hotels in Reading England

by | Jul 18, 2013 | Hotels And Motels

Reading in Berkshire, England is a large city best known for the annual music festival. The Reading Festival is huge and has many famous bands from around the world, as well as up and coming bands. Of course, there is much more to do in Reading than the music festival. While there, you’ll need to find hotels in Reading that fit your style and budget. Here are some of the best Reading Hotels.

Rainbows Lodge

Rainbows Lodge is one of the cheaper hotels in Reading for those on a tight budget. It is a full service bed and breakfast. Its location is perfect because it sits near the train station so you won’t have to pay or a taxi to explore more of England. It also sits right near the town center so you can explore by foot. The rooms are simple with a modern feel. Rainbows Lodge also has apartments for people who plan an extended stay.

Beech House Hotel

If you want to stay in a renovated Victorian house then rent a room at the Beech House Hotel. The house has 13 rooms with different designs. It is like a home away from home, but without having to do your own cleaning and cooking. The hotel has gardens for you to relax in when you’re not exploring Reading. It is also only a half hour walk from the Reading Festival grounds.

Thameside Hotel

The Thameside Hotel gets its name because it sits just a few minutes from the River Thames. The beautiful hotel has single rooms for business travel and apartments for families that want to stay a month or more in Reading. There is a café and bar inside the hotel and it is open 24 hours a day. If you’re going to the Reading Festival, you can’t beat the location. The Thameside Hotel is just a five-minute walk from the grounds.

The Forbury Hotel

The Forbury Hotel is a luxurious hotel dubbed "the sexiest." The Forbury is lavish with rooms decorated with four-poster beds. Some of the suites even have copper bathtubs right in the middle of the room. It is the perfect hotel for your honeymoon or Valentine’s Day getaway. The hotel also has its own restaurant and cocktail bar. You’ll never want to leave The Forbury so it doesn’t matter how close it is to the Reading Festival grounds.

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