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Parkside International
72 Bath Road

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Welcome to Parkside International Hotel, a newly purpose built hotel located close to Reading city centre. Comfort is key at the Parkside International - it has all the facilities one would expect from a high standard establishment. Its elegantly designed rooms combine luxury with convenience.The hotel is located just 3 kilometres from the city centre and railway station. With the Oracle Shopping centre, bustling bars and restaurants and historic buildings, Reading offers something for everyone. London is only 30 minutes away by train and Heathrow is a 40 minute drive away. Other nearby attractions include Legoland (20 miles), Oxford (30 miles), Windsor Castle and town (20 miles), Henley-on-Thames (10 miles) and Ascot (15 miles). A spectacular reception with marble floor and chandelier welcomes guests as they arrive at the hotel. Our professional caring staff will always give a friendly welcome. The hotel has a lavishly furnished restaurant and the brasserie is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It offers fine dining with a la carte and table d'hote menus to choose from. The lounge bar is elegant and harmonious, offering comfortable seating and is available for coffee, light snacks, aperitifs and after dinner liquors. Ideal for a business or a break away. Ample off street parking. Leisure facilities coming soon. Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Regrettably, we cannot accept pets. Check-In time: 13:00 and Check-Out time: 11:00.

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