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Royal Adelaide Hotel
44 Kings Road
Windsor
Berkshire

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The historic 4* Royal Adelaide Hotel is an elegant Georgian hotel in Windsor located opposite the Long Walk to Windsor Castle and offers exceptional service and accommodation at affordable prices.
The hotel is located in a quiet residential area just a gentle stroll from Windsor Castle, the River Thames and the fashionable shops, restaurants and art galleries of Windsor and Eton.
The Royal Adelaide Hotel is easily accessible by major road links (M4/M25/M3). Ther is a £18.00 charge for the car park as space is very limited and must be pre booked, subject to availability.
For those travelling to or from further a field the hotel is 20 minutes from Heathrow and 25-minutes from London. Windsor Central train station is less than 10 minutes walk from the hotel.
The hotel is ideally located with easy access to Legoland, the racecourses at both Windsor and Ascot, Hampton Court Palace, Farnborough Air Show, Savill Gardens and various National Trust Properties.

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Ratings/Awards: AA/ETC 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 43
Number Ensuite: 43
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Name: Garden Restaurant
Cuisine: Modern English

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Credit Cards Accepted
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Open All Year
TV in Rooms - Flat screen
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Conference/Business Facilities - Air-Conditioning & Wi-Fi Internet connectivity

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