Why to book a hotel in Windsor and Maidenhead
Just 37km west of the bustling capital of England, Windsor is a picturesque market town in Berkshire. It is renowned for the royal residency of Windsor Castle, the largest and oldest inhabited castle in the world. However, this is a town that isn't just famous for its culture and history. As a London suburb, Windsor is also filled with an eclectic mix of bars, restaurants and nightlife, as well as a busy commercial centre. Book a hotel in Windsor and Maidenhead - Windsor so you can make the most of this beautiful town.
What can I expect to find if I stay in Windsor?
The best way to explore this beautiful town is by boat. Take a trip on the River Thames to see historic Windsor in all its glory. Given its royal connections and its status as home to one of the most prestigious schools in the world, Eton College, the town is filled with luxurious hotels and restaurants. For a truly chic British meal, indulge at Windsor Grill, owned by renowned chef Antony Worral Thompson.
Why should I choose Windsor for my next business trip?
Windsor is the perfect location for all your business needs. It is less than 15km from Heathrow Airport, a five terminal airport with destinations all over the world. In addition, the town is well linked by rail and road to other UK destinations, due to the popularity of Windsor Castle. It is just a little over 30 minutes on the train to London's Paddington Station, and is a short drive from Reading and Oxford. Windsor hotels also offer a number of in-house business and convention centres.
What can I do if I book a hotel in Windsor?
You couldn't say you've stayed in a Windsor and Maidenhead hotel without having seen Windsor Castle. Originally built in the 11th century, the castle is comprised of a diverse range of architecture thanks to several expansions over the past 900 years. Experience British luxury and extravagance wandering through the halls where the Queen herself spends her weekends. For something completely different, take a trip to Windsor and Eton Brewery. This independent beer producer offers tours and tastings – be sure to try their typical British ales as well as the selection of wines they offer.