Set beside the Thames only 8 miles from the hotel, the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew is a great place to get some fresh air. Head inside their vast Victorian glasshouses to see more than 30,000 exotic species, from tropical palms to Amazonian water lilies. Stroll the elevated walkway for views of the tree canopy among oaks and chestnuts, or explore the Bamboo Garden and Chinese Great Pagoda.
Less than 30 minutes by car from the hotel, LEGO® NINJAGO® World is a recent addition to the Legoland® Windsor Resort. Test your balance on spinning platforms and your reflexes in speed tests, learning all the skills necessary to become a Ninja warrior, then use the latest hand-gesture technology to throw fireballs, ice and lightning as you battle against skeletons and serpents in interactive 4D.
Our hotel is ideally located for visiting two famous sporting landmarks. Ascot Racecourse is just 30 minutes away by road, with regular race meetings all year around. The highlight of the year is Royal Ascot, a 5-day event in June that’s often attended by HM The Queen. Twickenham Stadium, the home of England rugby, is 7 miles away, and hosts club matches or international games most weekends.
Twickenham is the home of England rugby, with matches including the annual Six Nations Championship held in the impressive 82,000-seat stadium. Book a stadium tour to visit the England players’ dressing room and the Royal Box, and to see England kits and a glittering array of trophies at the World Rugby Museum. It’s open year-round for big-name rock gigs – REM and Beyoncé have both played here.
Founded in 1348 by King Edward III, the Gothic St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle is only 25 minutes from the hotel by car. Visit to discover medieval choir stalls, sparkling stained glass and an ornate stone vaulted ceiling, alongside the tombs of 10 British monarchs including the Tudor King Henry VIII. It's a Royal wedding venue too – HRH Prince Harry married Meghan Markle here in May 2018.
Windsor Castle, Windsor and Maidenhead, SL4 1NJ
Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world and the Official Residence of Her Majesty The Queen. Its rich history spans almost 1000 years. The Castle covers an area of about 5 hectares (13 acres) and contains • Magnificent State Apartments furnished with treasures from the Royal Collection • St George's Chapel (one of the most beautiful ecclesiastical buildings in England and the burial place of 10 monarchs)
Winkfield Road, Windsor, Berkshire SL4 4AY
LEGOLAND Windsor Resort is a theme park dedicated to children aged 3-12 years old. Play your part in a world of LEGO® adventure. With over 55 interactive rides, live shows, building workshops, driving schools and attractions, all set in 150 acres of beautiful parkland, LEGOLAND Windsor Resort is a unique family theme park.
Staines Road, Chertsey,, Surrey KT16 8PN
The Thrill Seekers Capital. Thrill seekers of all ages can experience a non-stop adrenaline rush at THORPE PARK Resort, home to some of Europe’s most exhilarating rides and attractions, with fun and thrills for the whole family, with over 25 thrill rides and attractions
Amesbury, Wiltshire, SP4 7DE
A prehistoric monument in Wiltshire. One of the most famous sites in the world, Stonehenge is the remains of a ring of standing stones set within earthworks. It is in the middle of the most dense complex of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments in England, including several hundred burial mounds
200 Whitton Road, Twickenham, TW2 7BA
Twickenham Stadium is the home of England rugby. Seating an impressive 82,000 spectators, it is the world largest dedicated rugby venue in the world. Twickenham offers much more than just top flight sport and has become a destination for fans around the world to experience the excitement of a match day, sample the history of a stadium tour, visit the superb World Rugby Museum, take a trip to the Rugby Store or watch some of the biggest names in music perform.
Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey, Surrey KT89AU
Hampton Court Palace from its humble medieval beginnings to the ‘grace-and-favour’ period and today This is the story of two palaces: a Tudor palace, magnificently developed by Cardinal Wolsey and later Henry VIII, alongside a baroque palace built by William III and Mary II.