Business and leisure guests are guaranteed a comfortable stay in this 4* contemporary hotel in the heart of Bracknell, just 10 miles southeast of Windsor. By booking with Secret Hotels, customers can receive savings of up to 35% in comparison to the premium prices ordinarily advertised. This excellent hotel features double en-suite rooms fitted with a flat screen LCD TV, air conditioning, minibar and complimentary luxury toiletries. A 24 concierge, night porter, laundry service and babysitting services are available to all guests and there is a fully equipped business centre with numerous conference rooms for those needing professional executive services.
Located in the heart of the Royal County of Berkshire, this Secret Hotel is within close proximity to a host of nationally celebrated tourist attractions and landmarks as well as the UK’s busiest airport, Heathrow. Take the short 10 mile journey south via car or public transport to the town of Windsor. Famously home to one of the Queen’s official royal residences, Windsor Castle, which attracts thousands of tourists after a guided tour of the ornate state rooms and the picturesque grounds. Originally built after the Norman Invasion for William the Conqueror, Windsor Castle has been a royal residence for centuries and its history is exemplified in the varying Baroque, Rococo and Gothic furnishings.
Due to the county’s royal association, Berkshire is home to numerous royal palaces and landmarks which are a must-see for tourists. The iconic Blenheim Palace is located just a short drive away from the hotel in Woodstock, Oxfordshire. The palace has UNESCO World Heritage site status and was also the birthplace of celebrated WWII Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Tourists can tour the opulent state rooms, wander the decorative gardens, marvel at the Column of Victory or take the Royal Blenheim miniature railway to the adjoining tourist attraction, the Pleasure Park.
Hampton Court Palace is situated in the nearby Richmond-upon-Thames, just 10 miles northwest of Charing Cross, and is another celebrated UK royal residence. The palace itself celebrates both Tudor and Baroque architectural styles and alongside St James Palace, it is one of the only palaces once home to King Henry VIII still surviving today. Legend has it that his ghost still haunts the main gallery to this day and guests have reported experiencing supernatural encounters, adding to the palace’s mysterious appeal and history.
Just 6 miles from Windsor Castle is arguably the most iconic racecourse in the country, Royal Ascot. The racecourse stages 26 days of racing each year, including the Royal Meeting and Gold Cup in June. Those wanting to experience an unforgettable event at Ascot and try their luck with a bet or two can take the short journey from the hotel by car for a fun day out.
Those travelling with children will enjoy the hotel’s close proximity to the UK’s second most visited theme park, Legoland. Themed entirely around the popular building block toy Lego and aimed at smaller children, Legoland Windsor features numerous rollercoasters, thrill rides and entertainment attractions for an exciting family day out.