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Town Hall Square, Reading

Booking a hotel in Reading can be the ideal place if you want to explore the county of Berkshire, home to the Queen, as well as the Thames Valley area. Not to be overlooked as a UK city break destination, the borough of Reading has plenty on offer to attract visitors and tourists. Best Western has one hotel in Reading, Calcot Hotel on Bath Road. It is located close to the town centre and provides easy access to the town's attractions as well as the surrounding countryside.

Reading neighbourhoods

Dating back to at least the 8th century, Reading holds an important position on the confluence of two rivers, the Kennet and the Thames. To the north, the district of Caversham opens up on to the Chiltern Hills which run into Oxfordshire. A chalky escarpment of this range has been designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. The store-lined central streets Minster Street and Broad Street run through the heart of Reading city centre. The inner-city banks of the River Kennet offer a refined location for a number of chic restaurants and bars. To the west, suburbs of Reading such as Tilehurst, sit in the foothills of the Berkshire Downs. To the east, the high-tech business-oriented Thames Valley Park hosts a highly-popular annual rowing regatta, so book your Reading hotel in advance if your visit coincides with this event, a guaranteed day out of fun and frolicking.


Shopping in Reading

Shopping is one reason many people select a UK city break destination. With a range of retail facilities, there is no reason to overlook Reading as a shopper's haven. High-street brands are all under one roof at Friars Walk mall, while The Oracle, a large indoor shopping and leisure centre that lies near to the Kennet, goes up market with Hobbs and Reiss. It houses over ninety shops and several large department stores. It was opened in 2000 and was subsequently named as the best new centre by the British Council of Shopping Centres - quite an accolade! Wander from your hotel in Reading centre to the independent boutiques on Union Street, a roadway dotted with sweet, little outdoor cafes in which to relax after browsing. Built in 1930, Reading's Harris Arcade is home to a plethora of independent retailers selling anything from vintage clothing to souvenirs. This is the place to come to find something different and interesting. Surprise your family by taking them something unique and fun back to your Reading hotel.

Eating and drinking in Reading

Booking a Reading hotel will give you access to a host of wonderful eating and drinking experiences. The award-winning Rasa chain of restaurants brings a taste of authentic Indian cuisine to the town. For some posh, traditional food go to some of the Kennet riverfront restaurants like London Street Brasserie (an ex-toll house), or for some delicious seafood, check out Loch Fyne Reading. Forburys Restaurant and Malmaison Brasseries offer fine-dining French menus that are guaranteed to blow your socks off. The standard of cuisine in our Best Western hotel in Reading is extremely high with a varied selection, but to treat the kids, head down to Zizzi, Nando's or Wagamama, all of which are firm, fun family favourites.

Culture and nightlife in Reading

Culturally, Reading has a lot to offer visitors looking to enjoy their UK city break. There is an annual Reading Real Ale and Jazz festival in the town as well as an Arts Week, held in June, so it is advisable to flick through your calendar before booking your Reading hotel. The Hexagon, a popular and intimate performance venue, plays host to number of comedians that would impress the best, including Reading-born Ricky Gervais. Every summer 80,000 visitors descend on the outskirts of the town for Reading Festival. Year round, the town has a wide variety of nightclubs and bars that will suit all musical tastes. Or, if you prefer something quieter, try one of the town's pubs or bars such as Po Na Na or Ivory Lounge instead. Book a Best Western hotel in Reading, the perfect setting for a short UK break.

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BEST WESTERN Calcot Hotel,
98 Bath Road, Calcot, Reading, Berkshire, RG31 7QN
3 stars

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The BEST WESTERN Calcot Hotel is perfectly placed for business or leisure pursuits in Reading and the Thames Valley. Offering comfortable 3 star accommodation the hotel is ideally situated less than 1 mile from the M4 ju ...

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Distance from centre:
3.30 miles
5.31 km
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BEST WESTERN PLUS Reading Moat House,
Mill Lane, Sindlesham, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG41 5DG
4 stars

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Mill house charm in Berkshire BEST WESTERN PLUS Reading Moat House Hotel successfully combines the individual elegance of a modern hotel with the charm of a once thriving 19th Century Mill House. The Mill itself used t ...

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Distance from centre:
3.96 miles
6.38 km
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BEST WESTERN West Grange Hotel,
Cox's Lane, Bath Road, Midgham, Berkshire, RG7 5UP
3 stars

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Modern convenience near Newbury The BEST WESTERN West Grange Hotel near Newbury offers contemporary comfort, with the added bonus of having the countryside as its back garden! Peace and quiet join style and convenience ...

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Distance from centre:
11.09 miles
17.85 km
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BEST WESTERN Frensham Pond Hotel,
Churt, Farnham, Surrey, GU10 2QB
3 stars

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Fresh air near Farnham The BEST WESTERN Frensham Pond Hotel is a short distance from the lively market town of Farnham. In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, overlooking Frensham Great Pond on the edge of The Surrey ...

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Distance from centre:
22.12 miles
35.60 km
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BEST WESTERN Ship Hotel,
70 High Street, Monument Green, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8BQ
3 stars

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Get away from it all in Weybridge. The BEST WESTERN Ship Hotel is located in the beautiful market town of Weybridge in Surrey. A former coaching inn, dating back to the 17th Century, the hotel has retained much of its ...

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Distance from centre:
23.07 miles
37.13 km
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