The 10 best Hotels in Windsor for 2020/2021
The top 5 hotels in Windsor
Bustling with boutique shops and brasseries for the tourist trade, Windsor is a centre of English pomp and circumstance. Find the perfect stay in Windsor with these top 5 picks.
Our best hotels in Windsor
Idyllically situated across from Windsor Castle, this fabulous 16th-century hotel exudes style and sophistication. From its plush and extravagant interiors to the gourmet Marco Pierre White menu, guests can indulge in the finer things in life. Bedrooms are classic and elegant, with crisp white, silver and gold-toned furnishings throughout.
This decadent riverside hotel boasts a wonderful spa for post-sightseeing relaxation. With quintessentially English furnishings of country checks, hardwood and floral patterns, the rooms are welcoming and sophisticated. Guests can enjoy a delightful meal in the on-site restaurant, or take afternoon tea by the terrace or window for prized Thames views.
The MacDonald is just two minutes from Windsor Castle and close to the world-famous Eton College. Enjoy bright and airy rooms and a rich interior of plush furnishings. The award-winning restaurant, Caley's, is spectacular, with delightful afternoon teas too.
This central Windsor hotel exudes historic charm, with a tasteful blend of modern and classical styles. Guests have access to an indulgent spa, boasting mud chambers, saunas and steam rooms. Rest your tired legs after a day's sightseeing and enjoy a delectable menu of fresh local produce with an extensive wine list.
Nestled just 5km from Windsor, this award-winning hotel and restaurant has even hosted Her Majesty herself. With ornate gardens and captivating bedrooms brimming with antiques, this Gothic mansion is sure to enthral the imagination. Guests have access to an extensive list of premium services, including a gym, tennis courts, spa and golf course, among others.
Services will you find in our hotels in Windsor
- Free Wi-Fi
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Luxury toiletries
- Flatscreen TVs
- Luxury bathrooms
- Swimming pools
- Sauna rooms
- Leisure facilities
- Extensive wine lists
- Award-winning restaurants
Going on holiday in Windsor
There's no getting around Windsor's year-long crowds, but you can avoid the bulk of traffic by travelling outside of school holiday periods. These include shoulder seasons in spring and autumn when the neighbouring countryside becomes spectacular for walks and sightseeing. Winter is another delightful time to visit, with crisp walking weather, and plentiful shops, restaurants and attractions to visit. You’ll also find delightful Christmas decorations and many charming outdoor events. If you’re visiting the town for Windsor Castle, remember that it’s closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The town also gets busier around Royal Windsor Racecourse events, so try to avoid those periods if you’re not looking to attend the races.
Hotel offers at Windsor convenient for all kind of travel
Windsor is a magical place for all types of traveller. It’s got a host of child-friendly activities, not least the famed Legoland and Frogmore House. It can also be exceedingly romantic, with river cruises and first-rate Thames-facing eateries. Following the river out from town, you'll find pretty villages, cosy pubs and world-class restaurants that are perfect for anniversaries. As for groups, Windsor Castle is a must-visit for families and friends, while the premier shopping spots are great for retail therapy.
The range of hotels we offer at Windsor
- Historic hotels
- Country house hotels
- Spa hotels
- Boutique hotels
- Riverside hotels
Windsor: What should we bring for a hotel stay?
- Comfortable shoes
- Walking clothes
- An umbrella
- Evening attire
- Charging cables
Your best hotel at Windsor: how to get there and make your booking
How to get to Windsor
Getting to Windsor by train is quick and easy, with regular connections via London and the surrounding areas. There are plenty of road links too - but beware of peak times when motorways and local roads easily get congested. For arrivals via air, the closest airport is London Heathrow, which is just 20 minutes’ drive away. Unless you’re looking to explore the pretty countryside surrounds of Windsor by car, it’s recommended to travel into the town by public transport.
How to book your hotel in Windsor
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The opinion of the Voyage Privé travel expert on Windsor
Windsor Castle looms over the town, giving Windsor its regal and sophisticated grace. But there's more to Windsor. Explore the streets on foot and you'll soon uncover a wealth of inviting boutique shops, delectable eateries and historic attractions. What's more, it shares its river with Eton on the other side, where you'll find a more relaxed high street of antique sellers and galleries to peruse.
Windsor – come for the castle, stay for the parks
Windsor is prized for its glorious parks and countryside, which make great days out followed by a charming pub visit. South of Windsor Castle, you'll find the 2,020-acre Windsor Great Park, a surprisingly peaceful and vibrant wilderness given the hustle of Windsor's centre. This is where you'll find historic sites like Runnymede, where the world's first constitution, the Magna Carta, was signed.