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Reading, ENG, United Kingdom
23 Oct — 24 Oct2
Reading, ENG, United Kingdom
Sat 23/10
Sun 24/10

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Low season

JanuaryCheapest month to stay with an average 34% drop in price.

High season

JulyMost expensive month to stay with an average 72% rise in price.

Average price (weeknight)

£68Average Sun - Thu price over the last 2 weeks.

Average price (weekend night)

£59Average Fri & Sat price over the last 2 weeks.

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Top tips for finding perfect Reading hotel deals

  • If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Reading, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Reading in January and June.
  • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Reading if you stay on a Wednesday. The opposite is true for, Monday, which is usually the most expensive day.
  • Book at least 77 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Reading accommodation.
  • The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Reading found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was £13, while the most expensive was £146.
  • How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Reading for 3 days.
  • If you’re visiting Reading for the first time, consider staying at the Novotel Reading Center hotel. It’s centrally located and is just a 2-minute walk from the Reading Railway Station, the Museum of Reading, The Forbury Gardens and the Kennet River. The Oracle Shopping center and the Broad Street Mall are no more than a 5-minute walk away.
  • For the wellness lovers, the Crown Plaza hotel on the banks of River Thames is a great choice. You can wind down and relax at the Revive Health Club and Spa here. It has scented steam and sauna relaxation rooms, an indoor infinity pool, a whirlpool, 5 beauty treatment rooms and a fully equipped fitness center. The Hilton Reading, a 3-minute drive to the city center, also has the LivingWell health club with a heated indoor pool, sauna and steam room as well as fitness classes.
  • Business travellers should look no further than the Holiday Inn Reading M4, Jct 10. It is near train stations and parking areas, making it very accessible. There are 8 meeting rooms and you can hold a conference with more than 260 attendees. A conference manager is available on site and you will be provided with all the audio-visual equipment to run your event smoothly. Also, there is an extensive catering menu to choose from. Bearwood Lakes golf club is just a mile away if you like to mix business with sport.
  • Consider staying at the Malmaison Reading if you are looking for an historical experience, since it is known to be the oldest surviving railway hotel in the world. This hotel is centrally located and, to add to your historical experience, you can visit the Reading Abbey ruins, which are just half a mile away. It’s a stylish hotel which has maintained its historical ambience.
  • If you’d like to stay close to the Stanlake Park Wine Estate (the largest vineyard in the Berkshire county) but still be centrally located in Reading, then the Mercure George Reading Hotel is a great place to stay. It’s no more than 5.3 miles away from vineyard. As one of the oldest buildings in Reading, it’s another historic hotel and has an outside courtyard.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Reading

  • Hotels are safe environments for travellers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in Reading. For more advice, please view our information page on what to know about coronavirus (COVID-19) and travel.

  • If you are looking for a hotel close to Reading City Centre, you should consider staying at Travelodge Reading Central, Crowne Plaza Reading and Novotel Reading Centre, as they are the most recommended by KAYAK users.

  • KAYAK users have found double rooms in Reading for as cheap as £23 in the last 3 days. The average price is £151.

  • The Millennium Madejski Hotel Reading is a four-star hotel next to the Royal Berkshire Conference Center and the Madejski Stadium, which offers free parking. The Beech House Hotel, a 15-minute walk to the Reading center, also has free parking.

  • There are a few 3-star budget hotels in the heart of Reading. Ibis Reading Center is one such centrally located property, which is a 2-minute walk from the railway station and several pubs on Friar Street. It is also close to all the transport connections. Easyhotel Reading is another reasonably priced, 3-star hotel that is close to many of the major attractions and the train station.

  • The Pentahotel Reading, which is in the heart of Reading, has a restaurant that serves European cuisine. There is also a lounge where you can enjoy light meals and cocktails. The Parkside International hotel in Reading has an on-site restaurant, bar and a lounge as well. The restaurant Park Brasserie is open for all three meals, and a continental breakfast is available at an extra cost.

  • After you launch a hotel search on KAYAK, you can refine your research by neighbourhood, which allows you to pick the central Reading districts. You can also do a search using the city map to choose a specific location, like Reading city centre

  • Take a look at our extensive hotel map to find the best hotels near you.

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