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Thames Hotel
Ray Mead Road
Maidenhead
Berkshire

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The Thames Hotel is a privately owned hotel, idyllically situated on the banks of the River Thames on the outskirts of Maidenhead. The Hotel opened in the late 1880's during which time it has enjoyed a colourful history. The hotel can boast a convenient location, only 1 mile from Maidenhead centre and mainline railway station. Being only 3 miles from the M4 motorway (Junction 7) means Heathrow airport can be reached in around 20 minutes and London about 30 minutes. You are only 5 miles from Royal Windsor with all the attractions the historic town can offer. For Race lovers you can choose between Windsor, Newbury and Ascot racecourses and for those wanting to enjoy the social Calendar, there is always Henley Regatta..

The Thames Hotel has 35 well equipped en suite bedrooms. Comprising of 8 Singles, 23 Doubles, 2 Twins and 2 family Rooms located over three floors, two of which are designated non smoking. Each bedroom offers its guests Free ADSL2, Britains fastest available 22 Meg broadband connection, direct dial telephone, cable Television, Hairdryer, Iron and Board, Tea and Coffee making facilities and an alarm clock and radio. We are also able to provide a 24 hour out of house laundry service.

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Number of Rooms: 35
Number Ensuite: 35
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Name: Moorings Restaurant
Chef: Robert John

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