46 Kings Road
Situated directly opposite the famous Long Walk is The Royal Adelaide Hotel with its striking blue front and its large bright sash windows, just a short stroll from the shops, restaurants and galleries of Windsor and Eton.The Hotel has undergone a multi million pound enhancement encompassing all 42 bedrooms and public areas achieving the highest standards possible and an AA 4 star rating and a Visit Britain Sivler award.Privately owned, The Royal Adelaide prides itself with high levels of genuine hospitality and is regarded as a true gem by past guests and tourists.At the heart of the building lies the Long Walk Restaurant and Bar which has an excellent reputation with locals and residents alike serving a variety of seasonal and freshly prepared dishes cooked to order. From the strong flavours of an authentic curry to the refinement of a fine dining experience, there is something for all the family to be found at the Royal Adelaide Hotel.The Windsor and Ascot Suites are the perfect setting for meetings and events and lend themselves fantastically to weddings and other social gatherings. Able to accommodate up to 120 people it is the ideal place for that important meeting or get together.
Both suites come with modern equipment. air conditioning and have natural daylight.All 42 bedrooms have been designed with the sophisticated traveller in mind and have modern bathrooms, comfortable beds, flat screen TVs, full size writing desks, air-conditioning and access to Wi-Fi. The close proximity to Legoland and other key attractions makes The Royal Adelaide an ideal base for a fun day out and full sized family rooms will ensure that your visit will be a pleasurable one.The Long Walk Restaurant and Bar can cater for all tastes and has a excellent reputation with the locals and residents alike.
The hotel was built for Queen Adelaide who was Consort Queen to William IV around the mid 1830s. Queen Adelaides name is probably best remembered in the Australian state of South Australia, founded during the brief reign of William IV. The capital city of Adelaide was named after her in 1836.Please note that if you wish to pay cash on check out a valid credit card will be required to guarantee for any extra services.
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Windsor Guildhall - 0.3 miles (Historic Building)
Windsor Castle - 0.4 miles (Castle)
St George's Chapel - 0.5 miles (Historic Church)
Eton College - 1.1 miles (Historic Building)
Legoland - 2 miles (Family Attraction)
Dorney Court - 3.1 miles (Historic House)
Dorney, St James the Less Church - 3.2 miles (Historic Church)
Savill Garden - 3.5 miles (Garden)
Runnymede - 3.6 miles (Garden)
Bray, St Michael's Church - 4.7 miles (Historic Church)
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