Skyways Hotel in Slough Review

Skyways Hotel Review Slough UK

Skyways Hotel Review Slough

We stayed at the infamous Skyways Hotel for one night on the way to visiting Thorpe Park. Simple reason for staying at the Skyways Hotel was the location is near to Thorpe Park and good price.

It would be a lie to stay the Skyways hotel was the best I’ve experienced, but it wasn’t that worst either.

Ok, the building was dated, the paint job was dodgy, and the window wouldn’t properly shut in the room. However, the room was clean (ish) and the beds were comfortable – I had a great sleep.

Tea & coffee are provided, and there is plenty of parking spaces at the back of the building. All in all, you get what you pay for, the price was reasonable, and the stay was OK.

Skyways Hotel Review Slough UK

Skyways Hotel Review Slough UK

Skyways Hotel Review Slough UK

Skyways Hotel Review Slough

Even though the building is a little shabby, the receptionist did upgrade us to a larger room than the twin we booked. Granted this might have been because she couldn’t find our booking and I had to show her the Agoda receipt.

Skyways Hotel Review Slough UK

Tip: Try the Italian place for food next door…they cook huge pizzas which will destroy your stomach!

Skyways Hotel Slough Info

  • Tea/Coffee in room
  • Good location to Thorpe Park / driving to London
  • Buildings a little run down, but OK for a short stay
  • Large car park
  • Good price for area

Location: 21 London Road, Slough SL3 7RL, England

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Barry Sproston
Barry is a traveller and expat who spends most of his time between Asia and Australia. He has spent 12 months training at a Gung Fu school learning Wing Chun. Explored the island of Taiwan by scooter more than once. Been tricked into eating raw horse meat sushi in Japan. Even tried to overcome the fear of heights by bungee jumping in Thailand. One day he plans to open a guesthouse.
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