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  • Thames Hotel Circa 1890

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Historic Thames Hotel

The Thames Hotel Circa 1889

Princess Frederica of HanoverThe “New” Thames Hotel was built in the late 1880s by Mr H.Woodhouse, a prosperous local Boat Builder.

At the time it was considered gigantic. It boasted a Telegraph Office, and enjoyed the patronage of “Peers Galore”.

Distinguished visitors included Princess Frederica of Hanover, great-granddaughter of King George III.

An exciting history was enjoyed by the Hotel with the arrival of the motor car and the prospect of a visit to the river.

The Proprietors seem to have had an equally adventurous time. It is believed that one owner lost the freehold on a single ill-fated game of cards. Today, in keeping with the restored character of this hotel, the public areas display many photographs of local views in Victorian times, which can also be seen in our Gallery.

The Thames Hotel offers some of the best accommodation in Maidenhead with 35 well equipped, en suite bedrooms - from Executive to Single Bedrooms.

The Thames Hotel offers an excellent choice of Dining experiences, from the intimate Trevi Italian Trattoria, to the relaxing surroundings of The River Bar

If you need a Business or Conference Venue in Berkshire, then look no further than The Thames Hotel. Excellent off-street Parking gives ease of access to delegates.

The Thames Hotel is an Ideal Base for visiting the many attractions in London, Berkshire,and surrounding areas. From Historic Windsor, to Family Fun locations such as Legoland - they are only a short drive away