Stayed here for one night, the room was clean think it had been recently decorated, the bathroom was a bit dated with the toilet taking forever to fill, but the shower worked fine. The breakfast was lovely worth the extra charge. We didn't eat in the restaurant for our evening meal we walked the short distance to the Indian near by where the chicken balti and garlic nan was good the rest was ok not great. Then we spent the rest of the evening in the bar but was a bit disappointed to be told they were closing at 11pm, it felt a bit like we were being told to got to bed. We weren't the only people in the bar there were quite a few others in there so not happy about that. The hotel it's self is on a very busy road and I did get woken up in the middle of the night by an idiot that thought it was a racing track, with the loudest exhaust possible. All in all I don't think I'll stay here again only really good point was the breakfast.
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- The Best Western Calcot Hotel is the perfect location for business or leisure in Reading and the surrounding Thames Valley area. Ideally located less than a mile from Junction 12 of the M4 motorway, on the A4 leading into Reading. Reading town centre is within 3 miles and access to the town centre is probably one of the least congested routes available. Very easy and quick to find and most importantly for a Reading hotel...an onsite FREE, floodlit car park for over 150 vehicles! ... more less
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