Novotel Reading Centre (Reading) Reviews
Description:Address: 25b Friar Street / RG1 1DP / Reading / UK / Telephone: +44 118/9522600
Newest Review: ... fighting, screaming and police sirens. A bit like watching re-runs of The Bill. We were very high up, but these things are still audible from a height. It can become very tempting to throw something out the window, but let's not break the law. Breakfast Ahh, my favourite time of the day. There is truly nothing in my mind closer to heaven than getting up first thing and being welcomed by ... more
Customer Novotel Reading Centre (Reading) Reviews (3)
by - written on 14/09/11, updated on 14/09/11 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Between December 2007 and April 2008, my family and I were moved out of our comfy home and into hotels in order for building work to begin on our flood-washed downstairs. In comparison to many, we were lucky, and our insurance were happy to put us up somewhere decent knowing how long we would be away for. The first 3 weeks we spent in another hotel - one which caused us such disappointment we decided to move out and seek accommodation somewhere nicer. We stuffed our bags into the car and moved off down the road, to the Novotel. With no idea how long exactly we would end up staying, we wanted to view the rooms before agreeing to stay, but I can honestly say we ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/09 (Very useful, 12 readings)
I stayed in the Reading Novotel last night (14 August '09) whilst on a visit to meet up with a friend. The price for a Friday night compares very favourably to the rest of the week, exclusing general weekend rates (I got it for £59) and, on balance, it was well worth it. The rooms are quite well appointed, apart from the view I had - part of the Ibis next door, and an office block - but, hey, that's not what I went there for anyway. All rooms wil have a flat screen TV with the usual hotel room channels, plus the 'extras' that chain hotels usually offer. The bed, thankfully, was a 'Queen' sized affair, nice and bouncy, and with lots of plush pillows and multi ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/08 (Very useful, 163 readings)
It would seem over the last few months I've spent almost as much time staying in Hotel rooms as I have in my own flat, which can prove rather costly. One of my more recent excursions was to the Novotel in Friar Street in reading. Now being as how I only live in Basingstoke, getting a hotel for the night in Reading might seem a little bit pointless, but as it was my leaving do from work it seemed a cheaper and simpler option than trying to get home. That said, once all the little extra bits and pieces are added on it soon mounts up and what seemed like a good idea at the time, was perhaps a little too close to home to justify. As I'd decided upon the need to ... Read the complete review
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