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Hillingdon Prince
39 Christchurch Road
Reading
Berkshire

RG2 7AN | View map

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Located one mile from the city centre, this distinctive Victorian hotel with a bar and restaurant is within walking distance of the university and Royal Berkshire Hospital. A privately owned and managed hotel built in the 1890s, the Hillingdon Prince Hotel is centrally located by the Oracle Shopping Centre and Reading business parks, with Thames Valley, Warton Grange and Green Park close by. It is also just a short drive from the well-known Madjeski Stadium and within walking distance of the University and Royal Berkshire Hospital.

Many rooms have been recently refurbished and offer modern facilities. The restaurant and lounge bar offer a friendly atmosphere and quality food and service. Air conditioning is available on request. Conference facilities are also available. The Hillingdon Prince Hotel is completely non-smoking and prides itself on its quality of service and friendly atmosphere.

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