News: 19 June 2019Investment in The Roseate

Following a period of renovation, The Roseate Reading, previously known as the Forbury Hotel Reading and the former headquarters of Berkshire County Council, has enhanced its product with the creation of 32 new hotel bedrooms in partnership with our architects and planners, based in the neighbouring Blade building in Reading, and the brands in-house interior designers.

The new hotel bedrooms have been created from 16 of the hotels previous apartments and a penthouse which were located in the hotel’s annex.

Each of the refurbished rooms at the five-star hotel have premium finishes, bespoke custom-made furniture, work stations and a luxurious marble bathroom with walk in shower. The new bedrooms to the rear of the grade II-listed hotel also feature a private balcony overlooking a courtyard.

Eight new House Studios located in the newly opened block feature a fully equipped kitchen in the living and dining area with an electric fire place.

Architecture Associate Romy Panesar said: “This has been a fantastic local project for our team to work on. Through improving the use of space, we have significantly increased capacity and enhanced the facilities for both guests and also passing trade/the general public, bringing a modern twist to this historic hotel in the heart of Reading, and ensuring the rooms meet the Roseate’s five-star standard.”

Ravi Birdy, Executive Director at Roseate Hotels & Resorted added: “Roseate Hotels and Resorts offers a portfolio of luxury hotels carefully curated envisaging the best in design, art and hospitality all firmly centred around the guest experience. These new developments at Roseate Reading reaffirms our commitment to the quality of the brand and enhancing customer satisfaction.”

As well as the new bedrooms, the part-refurbished hotel now also includes a new coffee shop for hotel guests and members of the public. A new spa with three treatment rooms, sauna, steam-shower and a state-of-the-art gym is due to open shortly. 


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