Parkside international hotel

A Hotel in Reading, Berkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

72 bath road
Reading
Berkshire
England
RG30 2BE

Parkside international hotel, Reading

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Spacious and comfortable bedrooms , all en-suite and complete with TV, tea and coffee making facilities, direct dial Telephone and Internet service. Flexible conference, function and banqueting facilities. Modern, stylish brasserie boats a relaxed , friendly ambiance and serves up generous and tasty dishes in modern English tradition, with the emphasis on freshness , quality and value - or - money.

Professional and dedicated host for wedding receptions, banquets and private functions with helpful staff and pleasant atmosphere. Prime Thames Valley location with Reading city centre within 2 minutes drive and M4 motorway just 5 minutes away. Excellent access to M4 corridor centres, including Bristol, Slough and London.

Free on site parking.

4 star rating

From: £55.00


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