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Frequently asked questions
What should a history buff expect from a stay in Reading?
The historical places in Reading are likely a big part of your travel plans. During your visit, why not check out the festivals and riverfront?
What's the best accommodation in Reading that's close to historical sites?
Based on our travel expertise, SACO Reading - Castle Crescent is a top 4-star apartment for history seekers booking on Expedia, and it offers free parking and in-room kitchens. Basildon Park is a short 15-minute drive away. A couple of other options near historic sites include Mercure George Hotel Reading and Sure Hotel by Best Western Reading.
How many historically relevant hotels are located in Reading?
Reading is home to 304 hotel accommodations bookable on Expedia, including 59 designated as historic hotels or close to historic sites.
What are the must-see historical places and other sights in Reading?
Reading is notable for landmarks like Mapledurham House and Watermill, Basildon Park, and Reading Abbey Ruins. Cultural venues include Hexagon, Reading Museum and Town Hall, and Mill at Sonning. Other popular sights include Oracle and Madejski Stadium.
What is a historic hotel like in Reading?
By booking a historic hotel, guests can spend a night or two in a place that has a national historic designation. A castle, stately home, palace or even a pub, lodge, old police station, or skyscraper can be turned into a historic hotel provided that it has special significance. Traditional architecture and period features are often found within the guestrooms or public spaces of these historic hotels in Reading, giving a sense of history.
What is the difference between a historic hotel and a heritage hotel?
“Heritage hotel” is more common in Asia and Europe, wheareas the term “historic hotel” is more commonly used in the U.S. though overall the terms are quite similar. The physical building and architecture of historic hotels are generally the most significant aspect. For a heritage hotel, mainly, it’s cultural value as well as how it inspired the community.
Do historic hotels in Reading have modern facilities?
Hotel interiors feature the modern conveniences and safety features you expect to find, though efforts have been made to preserve historic facades and treasured traditions. Smart TVs, WiFi, updated bathroom facilities, and the popular amenities found in a hotel should be available at a historic hotel. Rest assured that when you select a historic hotel in Reading, you won’t find yourself staying at a place that’s uncomfortable for guests or simply rundown.