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The Roseate Reading

South East, Berkshire

Described as ‘UK’s Sexiest Townhouse Hotel’ by the Evening Standard, The Roseate Reading is recognised for its artful conception and luxury. 

The Roseate Reading was originally Shire Hall for the Berkshire County Council. The building, along with its wide hallways, vaulted ceilings, cornice mouldings and the original lift shaft have all been precisely restored to their original glory.

Together with its convenient location close to London city, The Roseate lends a prestigious context to all types of meetings, events and conferences. The stunning facilities are flexible, feature the latest technology; from boardroom meetings for 10 delegates, the cinema; a 30-seat private screening room through to a 120-guest reception in our restaurant. 



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General Information

  • 4
  • 55
  • yes, complimentary


  • From £55
  • From £240

Maximum Delegate Capacities

  • 60
  • 50
  • 24
  • 30
  • -


  • 0.2miles
  • 0.1miles
  • 20 miles

Official Star Ratings and Awards

***** 5-star Hotel


Other Facilities

Cerise Restaurant has a frequently changing menus, revolving around the freshest, seasonal ingredients and best of British produce. The food is modern European with a strong emphasis on British ingredients. The bar offers a carefully created cocktail list, specially selected wine list and a selection of simple in content and immaculate in execution all day bar meals.

Our Aheli spa has well-appointed spaces that include: 3 treatment rooms | sauna | a state of the art gym | steam room.



Beatriz Garcia

Meetings & Events Manager

Georgia Holt

Meetings & Events Assistant


Joke Lauwers


The person who makes the bookings in your hotel is very professional and even very commercial. She does do the right things to make it easy

Johanna Shannon

I just wanted to send a quick note to express our gratitude for all yours and your team's efforts, in planning and delivering yesterday's afternoon cinema and tea. It was a lovely event and thoroughly enjoyed by all. The children were beyond delighted and everyone felt truly spoilt - the items adorning the table, at afternoon tea, were just perfect.