Holiday Inn (Reading) Reviews
Description:Caversham Bridge, Richfield Avenue, Reading, RG1 8BD. Phone: +44(0)118 925 9988. Fax: +44(0)118 939 1665.
Newest Review: ... have to check don’t you) but there was only one pillow each on the bed and I found that a bit low, but after a bit more exploring we found 2 pillows in the bottom of the wardrobe wrapped in a plastic bag so that was sorted. Then it was off to the bathroom, the room was spacious, well lit with a large mirror and shaving socket. All the usual bits were laid out with 2 glasses, 2 ... more
Customer Holiday Inn (Reading) Reviews (2)
by - written on 20/05/01, updated on 20/05/01
It has a Tescos on the waterfront which is useful too - Advantages: Lovely Surroundings, Excellent Rooms, Good food - Disadvantages: Had to wait for dining in evening
by - written on 11/02/01, updated on 11/02/01 (Very useful, 276 readings)
As we have 3 young children, my wife and I don’t get much chance to go out for a nice quiet meal and the trouble we have trying to find a hotel that sleeps 5 people has meant that we don’t go away very often. My wife spotted a special offer at our local Holiday Inn where they were offering a 3 course dinner, a room for the night, and breakfast in the morning for £110 for 2 people as previously mentioned we don’t get out much so this sounded great, a little bit expensive, but pack the kids off to see their grandparents and off we go. My first impression when we arrived was ‘this can’t be the right place we cant afford to ... Read the complete review
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