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Holiday Inn Slough - Windsor

Church Street




SL1 2NH 

United Kingdom 

Check In: 3PM

Check Out: 12PM

Check-in Age: 18

E-mail Hotel

44 3333 209351



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Location Highlights
Direction from City Center to Hotel:
Distance from Hotel:
1 MI/ 1.61 KM
Convenience Store:
0.1 MI/ 0.16 KM East
2 MI/ 3.22 KM North
Indoor Tennis:
3 MI/ 4.83 KM South


  • Windsor Great Park
Must See

Must See

The stunning, Gothic St. George's Chapel, 10 minutes' drive from the hotel, is the place of worship at Windsor Castle. With architecture dating as far back as the 15th century, the chapel has been home to many royal weddings and funerals over the centuries. Marvel at the soaring, intricate arched ceiling, attend a service or just relax on the lawns outside and take in the chapel's ornate exterior.
Must Do

Must Do

The famed Royal Ascot Racecourse is only 15 minutes' drive from the hotel. Attend a race day and have a flutter on the horses – there are plenty of people-watching opportunities, too. If you're entertaining a client or have a special occasion, splash out on a private box. Ascot is a favourite of Queen Elizabeth, and you can often spot Her Majesty's thoroughbreds taking part in the races.
Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

A 15-minute drive from the hotel, LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort is a great day trip for kids and adults alike. At the Imagination Factory, children are given free rein to build with LEGO® pieces. Rides like The Dragon and Castaway Camp promise all the high-adrenaline thrills of a major theme park, while Miniland shows off LEGO® builders' artistry with famous European and US landmarks in miniature.


If you're visiting Windsor Castle with children, there are plenty of ways to keep them entertained. Kids can take part in arts and crafts sessions and mock battles on Saturdays, and you can pick up a headset for a multimedia tour geared towards little ones. Children will marvel at Queen Mary's doll's house, built in 1924 by skilled artisans, and the enormous suit of armour worn by King Henry VIII.