Tuesday - Sep 26, 2017

House of Fisher opens the first apartment hotel in the Thames Valley


House of Fisher opens the first apartment hotel in the Thames Valley

For the business traveller who wants to be within easy reach of the city of London, but still wants the taste of country life, then the town of Reading may well provide all of the answers.

Situated in the heart of the Thames Valley, where the Thames and Kennet rivers meet, against a backdrop of green rolling hills, Redding still has a number of traditional English thatched cottages as well as family-owned pubs and restaurants.

Now Reading can also boast to have the first apartment hotel in the Thames Valley, owned and operated by the House of Fisher, who have several similar hotel projects in and around the South of England.

Business travellers, who find themselves on a trip to the South of England, either short or long-term, are bound to benefit from staying at House of Fisher’s flagship apart-hotel, which offers all the facilities of a high-end hotel, well at a price that will not suit any budget.

Designed to the specifications of House of Fisher who have many years of experience in managing apartment hotels, their latest project in Reading provided the business traveller with the ideal combination of flexibility, space and privacy that only a private apartment hotel can provide, without sacrificing any of the comfort and hospitality of a conventional hotel.

The accommodation consists of 50 apartments, located a short ten minute walk from the city center and Reading’s recently modernised railway station, with £850 million having recently been invested in it, to make it one of the largest and most modern transport hubs in the UK.

The apartment hotel has a 24-hour guest services team manned reception, fully equipped kitchens, flat screen TVs, unlimited free broadband internet as well as CCTV-monitored car parking.

Centrally located close some excellent bars and restaurants, it is a short car, bus or train journey to Heathrow, Gatwick or Luton airports as well as London’s shopping and business centers.

The town of Reading is something of a business center in itself, centered in the heart of the Thames Valley region, which is becoming increasingly known as another “Silicon Valley of Europe”, with 10 of the top 50 global organisations, having a presence there, including a quarter with eleven of the world’s top fifteen tech companies operating in the UK offices in around the area.

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