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The Roseate Reading, 26 The Forbury, Reading, Berkshire RG1 3EJ
Built in 1911 as the Shire Hall for Berkshire County Council, this listed building is most impressive and one that lends itself effortlessly to become a luxury hotel. The wide hallways, vaulted ceilings, cornice mouldings and even the original lift shaft have been lovingly restored; in fact the central lift shaft that runs the full height of the building is the setting for the stunning Italian chandelier, with 86,000 individual glass beads from top to bottom. Eden is the original council chamber and its imposing fireplace and elaborate wood carvings around the doors and mantelpiece have all been restored to their former beauty.
The Sanskrit derivation of ‘Aheli’ is pure, while in Hebrew, it symbolises a feeling of purity, grace and elegance. Wellness at Aheli encompasses every element – design, service, experts and a bespoke menu of treatments. Signature services at the spa are designed to detox, cleanse, nourish, nurture, heal and rejuvenate. These include body rituals, scrubs, wraps, facials and skin.
The spa has well-appointed spaces that include:
3 treatment rooms | sauna | a state of the art gym | steam room.