TilehurstCopyright Michael FORD

Tilehurst is a suburb of Reading at the western side of the conurbation, a bustling centre but with the Thames to its north and Moor Copse Nature Reserve to the west... Read More

Hotels in Tilehurst - 2 places to stay

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Calcot Hotel

Calcot Hotel

The perfect location for visiting Reading and the Thames Valley. Just a 2 minute drive from from Junction 12 of the M4 motorway with ample free parking. Comfortable, well appointed bedrooms with complimentary Wi-Fi.
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Somerton Lodge Hotel (0.00 miles)

Somerton Lodge Hotel
The Somerton Lodge Hotel, set within award winning gardens in a quiet and peaceful tree lined avenue, is only a few minutes away from the town, old village, Shanklin Chine, the sea and the theatre ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn London County Hall (0.16 miles)

Premier Inn London County Hall

Popular large hotel in the historic County Hall building. Fantastic Location. Located on the South Bank of the River Thames next to the BA London Eye.
The Premier Travel Inn County Hall boasts 313 bedrooms, a ... More | visit website

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London Marriott Hotel County Hall (0.16 miles)

London Marriott Hotel County Hall
Centrally located on London's South Bank, the luxury 5 * London Marriott Hotel, County Hall is traditionally elegant. Breathtaking views overlooking Big Ben & the River Thames await you & the hotel amenities and first-class ... More | visit website
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Thistle Royal Horseguards (0.22 miles)

Thistle Royal Horseguards

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This landmark hotel takes centre stage in an area of London renowned for its glorious pageantry. Located in a quiet area of Whitehall, on the banks of the River Thames, opposite ... More

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Citadines Apartments Trafalgar Square (0.33 miles)

Citadines Apartments Trafalgar Square

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A splendid classic building, very close to the Thames and Trafalgar Square, home of Nelson's Column. Your apart'hotel contains 187 fully equipped, air conditioned flats. Citadine Trafalgar Square is just one ... More

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Park Plaza Westminster Bridge (0.33 miles)

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge

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Scheduled to open in early 2010 in plenty of time for the London Olympics, Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London will occupy a dramatic position among the South Bank’s striking architecture ... More

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Northumberland House (0.39 miles)

Northumberland House

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Located in the heart of London just off the south side of Trafalgar Square. Northumberland House is a magnificent Grade II listed building, and is a short step away from ... More

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Charing Cross - A Guoman Hotel (0.39 miles)

Charing Cross - A Guoman Hotel

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This hotel is officially London's most central. After its multi-million pound refurbishment, every modern convenience is set against magnificent Victorian. Thistle Charing Cross is a protected historic building, convenient for both ... More

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The Wellington at Waterloo (0.41 miles)

The Wellington at Waterloo

The Wellington at Waterloo is a unique hotel, steeped in history. Located on Waterloo Road in London, directly opposite Waterloo Station, the whole of the capital is on your doorstep. The hotel is close to ... More

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The Savoy (0.47 miles)

The Savoy

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The Savoy, A Fairmont Managed Hotel. One of this year’s most eagerly anticipated openings, The Savoy has been undergoing the most ambitious hotel restoration in British history.

The Savoy’s reopening will ... More

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