Bracknell hotel goes from strength to strength in local community – Bracknell News

A new luxury hotel has opened it’s doors this month offering a state-of the art health and wellness club and a brand new co-working space.
The 210-bedroom hotel on Bagshot Road replaces the former Hilton site and follows the launch of Village Hotel Club Southampton Eastleigh in May 2021 and Village Hotel Club Basingstoke in February 2020.
It’s modern co-working space, VWorks makes it the perfect place for business meetings or a little change of pace away from the home office. With hot desks, private meeting rooms, free refreshments, it has all the tech you need to get things done.
As well as offering fantastic amenities, the hotel will be doing a wide array of work in the local community in the months ahead.
Their first community event will see them running a Thread-athon helping to raise money for the Pilgrim Hearts Homeless charity.
A spokesperson from the hotel said: “The hotel’s employees will be hosting a fitness challenge against the guests and visitors, battling to walk/run the highest number of miles on the treadmill.
“Local representatives from Bracknell Rugby Club, Community Matters Partnership Project, Bracknell FC, and South Hill Park Arts Centre, will all be there to clock-up the miles on the day.
“We’ll also be collecting fresh socks and monetary donations to provide to the charity this winter.”
Village’s extensive Health & Wellness Club, features cutting-edge Technogym equipment and premium cardio and functional training kit. Members will also enjoy a full range of Les Mills group classes and heated pool.
The hotel chain is ever evolving and growing with Village Bristol opening December 2018, now making 30 hotels across the UK.
 
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