Whether you're visiting on business, having a day or two at Newbury, Basingstoke, Theale or Reading, or perhaps just enjoying a well-earned weekend break, the Comfort Hotel in Padworth, just west of Reading, offers you clean simple accommodation at competitive prices.
From the moment you walk through the doors, you'll find a fresh, clean & contemporary reception with a friendly welcome. From Manager to Chambermaid, every member of our team will be dedicated to making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
If you're traveling on business (or if you just like to keep up with your e-mails) you'll be glad to know that the Comfort Hotel has wi-fi broadband Internet access throughout, FREE in public areas, copying and fax facilities are also available. The comfortable air conditioned lounge serves food and drink throughout most of the day and the hotel bar offers a comprehensive range of beers, wines and spirits, as well as a choice of delicious bar snacks.
You can also enjoy a first-class meal in our Willows Restaurant, situated in our bright, airy & refurbished conservatory. Here, our skilled chef offers a wide and varied menu - something for every taste, in fact.
The hotel is conveniently situated on the old Bath road, just 3 miles from Junction 12 of the M4 motorway, the Comfort Hotel Reading West offers rapid access to all parts of the M4 corridor (England's "silicon valley"), as well as bringing London and Bath within day-trip range.
The Windsor, Newbury and Ascot race-courses are within easy reach, while AWE Aldermaston is only about three miles away as is Thatcham and Bradfield College. Not forgetting what a great base the hotel will make for the world famous Reading Festival if camping out is not your style!
Make the Comfort Reading West your chosen hotel for whatever your looking for, from corporate accommodation to a civil ceremony venue, its your home from home!
Places to visit include Newbury Racecourse, Ascot Racecourse, Windsor Racecourse, Windsor Castle, LegoLand Windsor, Reading Festival, Bradfield College, Thatcham College, Museum of English Rural Life and The Savill Garden (part of Windsor Great Park) to name but a few.